Last of the Red Hot Lovers at the Tybee Post Theater

Coming up at the post!

Posted By Charissa / August 19, 2016 / , , / 0 Comments

Coming Up at the Tybee Post Theater!

Delta Moon Live! Sat., Aug. 20, 8 pm

deltamoonDelta Moon is a roots rock quartet from Atlanta featuring the unique double-slide guitars of Tom Gray on lap steel and Mark Johnson on bottleneck slide.

Their sound is solidly based in American roots and blues music, but they always manage to add their own twist.

Lead singer Tom Gray is well known to the music industry as a superb songwriter (he penned the hit “Money Changes Everything” recorded by Cyndi Lauper. With seven studio albums and three live CDs to their credit, Delta Moon tours extensively in North America and Europe.

The band’s latest album, Low Down, is a rocking set of 12 songs, including nine originals by Gray, the Roots Music Association’s 2008 Blues Songwriter of the Year, and covers penned by Bob Dylan, Tom Waits and Skip James. Net Rhythms (UK) has called Delta Moon’s signature sound, “Music as it should be – raw and honest.”

The band calls it a voice, a groove and two slide guitar. Click HERE for a preview!
Tickets $25, general admission; members $22.50.

(And here’s a special deal for our newsletter subscribers. If you buy your tickets online, you can type in the coupon code NEWORLEANS and get $5 off the price of your ticket!)

Tybee City Limits, Sun. Aug. 21, 7 pm (new time!)


Tybee City Limits, the Best in Live Local Music, is our monthly showcase of Savannah area bands and singer-songwriters. Loosely based on the long-running Austin City Limits TV show, we feature the best of the best homegrown musicians in the Coastal Empire.

This month, we’ve got a rockin’ show starring the energetic roots rockabilly band, Johnny Octane, which grooves to the sounds of jump blues, swing, early rock and surf music. The band includes founders Scott Snyder and Jim Reeseman, along with Walt Sowers and Dennis Goldbaugh.

Also on the play bill, the Ben Keiser Band, a trio of hot young musicians fronted by guitarist and vocalist Ben Keiser, who often also plays with blues songstress Danielle Hicks, along with Jon Willis on bass and Paxton Willis on drums.

And our opening solo singer-songwriter is CC Witt, a dynamic vocalist who also fronts the popular country band Lyn Avenue.

Tickets $15 general admission; Theater members, $13.50

Girls Night Out at the Movies, “Casablanca” Thurs. Aug. 25, 7 pm

Gather your gal pals, and guys with a heart, for this legendary love story starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. This classic romantic melodrama is set in Casablanca, of course, in December 1941. It focuses on an American expatriate who must chose between his love for a woman and helping her Czech Resistance leader husband escape the city to continue his fight against the Nazis.

One of the most celebrated films of all time, “Casablanca” won three Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. If you haven’t seen it on the big screen lately, you need to be here tonight!

And your $10 ticket at this monthly series gets you a complimentary glass of wine and pack of hankies. You bring the shoulders to cry on. It’s the tears, dears!

Tickets, $10, Theater members, $9.

Endless Summer Beach Bash with The Hypnotics and Magic Rocks Sat. Aug. 27, 8 pm


We’re not ready to let go of summer here at the Post! So, we bring you the biggest beach bash of the season, featuring one of the most anticipated EPs of the year!

The Hypnotics are back with their cool surfer rock sound and their brand new EP. The three-piece garage rock heart-throb gunslingers playing rock n’ roll covers and originals are Ty Thompson, Ford Natirboff and Ryan Sylvester. If you saw their concert here in June, The Rockabilly Beach Bash with Crazy Man Crazy, you would be clicking on the Buy Tickets button right now! These guys are a blast!

Opening the show is one of Savannah’s top party bands, The Magic Rocks, This is the must-see concert as we give one last salute to summertime at the beach.

Tickets, $15 general admission; 13.50 for Theater members.

Collin’s Barefoot Comedy Club, Sun. Aug. 28, 7 pm (new time!)


National headline comedian Collin Moulton’s stand-up comedy show featuring his own brand of hilarious and family-friendly comedy is the fourth Sunday of every month at the Post!

And this month, he launches a live comedy podcast as part of the show! Be a part of this unique experience as the show goes live on the internet with laughs from Collin and his special guest headliner, Bengt Washburn of Conan and the Late Late Show with Craig Fergusen fame, followed by the live interactive podcast starring the two national headliners and you, the audience! Join the Barefoot Comedy Club!


Tickets $15, Theater members, $13.50, children under 12, $5.

Elvis: Down at the End of Lonely Street, Sat., Sept. 3, 8 pm


That’s right! Elvis is back! Join us for this special one-night only show, as Russ Lanier and his Dream Team Band bring to the Tybee Post Theater a Black Leather and Blue Suede rendition of Elvis Presley’s live shows at the peak of his performing days.

What a way to kick off your Labor Day weekend! The show, called “Down at the End of Lonely Street,” features a 9-piece band, complete with backup vocalists, and the most endearing Elvis you’ve ever laid eyes or ears on. Enjoy this trip down memory lane as the King’s most memorable songs are brought to you in iconic Elvis fashion…..”Heartbreak Hotel,” “Hound Dog,” “All Shook Up,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” “Are You Lonesome Tonight” and many, many more!

This one will rock the house. Sure to be a sell-out, order your tickets now!

And don’t be shy: Put on your poodle skirts and bowling shirts. Dust off those saddle oxfords! The two coolest cats in the audience win great prizes! Elvis fans, you won’t be Lonesome Tonight!

Tickets: $25 reserved seating; $22.50 Theater members

For complete event listings, go to

Tybee Post Theater, P.O. Box 2356, Tybee Island, GA 31328, 912-472-4790



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