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Southern Sound Radio
All stations: Sat, 6-8 pm | November 6 - 27, 2021

SC Public Radio's Southern Sound Radio, produced in partnership with the Culture & Heritage Museums of York County, is a special limited series presenting Americana and bluegrass concerts recorded live over the last seven years as part of the Museums’ Southern Sound Series.

Featured artists in this year's radio series include Carolina Chocolate Drops, Chatham County Line, Tim O’Brien & Darrell Scott, Ruthie Foster, Della Mae, and Steep Canyon Rangers.

Support for Southern Sound Radio is made possible in part by Comporium Security.

Latest Episodes
  • This performance by Steep Canyon Rangers was recorded January 15, 2020 at the McCelvey Center in York, SC. This concert was part of the Southern Sound Series presented by the Culture and Heritage Museums of York County.
  • This performance by Della Mae was recorded January 16, 2015 at the McCelvey Center in York, SC. This concert was part of the Southern Sound Series presented by the Culture and Heritage Museums of York County.
  • This performance by Ruthie Foster was recorded February 6, 2015 at the McCelvey Center in York, SC. This concert was part of the Southern Sound Series presented by the Culture and Heritage Museums of York County.
  • This performance by Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott was recorded February 22, 2014 at the McCelvey Center in York, SC. This concert was part of the Southern Sound Series presented by the Culture and Heritage Museums of York County.
  • This performance by Chatham County Line was recorded January 18, 2020 at the McCelvey Center in York, SC. This concert was part of the Southern Sound Series presented by the Culture and Heritage Museums of York County.
  • This performance by the Carolina Chocolate drops was recorded March 7, 2014 at the McCelvey Center in York, SC. This concert was part of the Southern Sound Series presented by the Culture and Heritage Museums of York County.