Julian Marley, reggae icon’s son, and more live music coming to Midlands this week
David Travis Bland
·5 min read
Julian Marley, son of reggae icon Bob Marley, stands out in a week of live music in Columbia and Lexington County. You can check out bands and artists playing country, modern blue grass and other Southern-associated genres all across the Midlands.
Venues like New Brookland Tavern and Art Bar won’t let you miss out on heavier genres if that’s more your speed.
Check out venues’ websites in this list of live shows for details on times and cost.
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