On Second Thought For Thursday, March 9, 2017

Mar 9, 2017

We did a live show from The Grey restaurant in Savannah, Georgia for the Savannah Stopover Music Festival.



The Stopover Music Festival has been going strong now for seven years. More than 80 bands will perform this weekend, including musicians Kishi Bashi and Julien Baker. Kayne Lanahan is the founder and organizer of the festival. We spoke with her about the festival and what she’s excited to see and hear this weekend.

Go back almost 110 years, and you couldn’t find a place in Savannah that was legally serving alcohol. Georgia went dry the first day of 1908, and stayed that way more than 25 years, until Prohibition was repealed. A museum in Savannah that’s opening next month tells the Prohibition story from the first drop to the last. We got a preview from the museum’s manager, Kayla Black.


A group of artists are coming together in Savannah to champion women’s rights. "The Personal is Political" is a new exhibit which explores “the relationship between personal experience and the political structures we navigate in our daily lives.” Art Rise Savannah and Planned Parenthood Southeast are teaming up for this exhibition, which opens Friday at the Art Rise Gallery. We talked with Heather McRae, who is exhibitions director at Art Rise Savannah. We also spoke with artist Niki Johnson, whose work is featured in the exhibit.

Finally, we return to Stopover founder Kayne Lanahan, who adds her two picks to our ongoing series, the Georgia Playlist.