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South Carolina Music, Movies, and Documentaries

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Curious about South Carolina music and movies? This guide features CDs and DVDs by SC musicians and bands ... documentaries about South Carolina and its people ... and movies filmed in our state. We also publish the best guide to South Carolina movies anywhere. Finally, don't miss our South Carolina Soundtrack, which is 15 songs of pure fun!

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South Carolina Soundtrack

South Carolina Soundtrack
South Carolina Soundtrack

From beach music to country, blues to bluegrass, rock-n-roll to jazz – the South Carolina Soundtrack has it all. Perfect for SC roadtrips, gifts for SC friends and loved ones, or anyone looking to hear some good South Carolina tunes. Find music by artists from South Carolina and songs about our state. The whole CD can be purchased from iTunes. You can read about each of the songs in our liner notes plus print a custom palmetto tree CD cover. Happy listening!

Music and DVDs about South Carolina

BIN YAH BIN YAH: There's No Place Like Home

This powerful documentary, presented by the ChasDOC Film Society, explores the loss of historic African-American communities in Mount Pleasant due to relentless growth and development. Featuring interviews with long-time residents, the film explores "the culture, the history, the importance of land, and the concept of home – giving a voice to those who seldom have had a chance to be heard."

Darius Rucker Charleston, SC 1966

Darius Rucker, lead singer for Columbia's Hootie and the Blowfish, introduces his solo country album, Charleston, SC 1966. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts, and the New York Times called it "one of the year's most vibrant country albums." Variety added, "Country music has a new major star, and the genre may never be the same."

South Carolina Christmas Music Johns Island, South Carolina: Its People & Songs

This is a documentary disc that features the secular and religious musical traditions found on Johns Island, a once isolated sea island along South Carolina's coast. Johns Island is renowned for its Gullah culture, which has been lovingly preserved over the years.

Living Landscapes Living Landscapes: An Escape for the Senses, featuring Kiawah Island, South Carolina

Bring the beauty of South Carolina's beaches, swamps, and sunsets into your home with this 60-minute collection of tranquil videoscapes. This DVD offers a unique and practical escape from the stresses of everyday life.

Shag the Movie Shag: The Movie

This film features the lighthearted tale of four teenage girlfriends in 1963 who escape the small town of Spartanburg for a weekend in Myrtle Beach. Their story chronicles their good-bye to girlhood, the bond between friends, and of course the love of our great South Carolina state dance, the Shag.
Sounds of Gamecock Spirit Sounds of Gamecock Spirit

A favorite of all South Carolina Gamecock fans, this collection of music played during football games by the Mighty Sound of the Southeast is sure to bring out your Gamecock spirit. Makes a great gift for any USC fan!

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Music by South Carolinians

South Carolina Christmas Music The Complete James Brown Christmas

Even though Georgia repeatedly tries to claim Brown for its own, he was actually born in Barnwell County, South Carolina. He also spent the last 30 years of his life on an estate in Beech Island, near Aiken. Let the Godfather of Soul get you in the Christmas spirit with his collection of Christmas melodies!

Hootie and the Blowfish Cracked Rear View

The Cracked Rear View album has sold over 16 million copies worldwide. Of course, many South Carolinians knew about Hootie long before the rest of the world did, and remember listening to them play at local bars and parties. All four members went to the University of South Carolina in Columbia, where guitarist Mark Bryan first heard Darius Rucker singing in the dorm shower. This CD is a must have for any record collection.

Dizzy Gillespie Music Music by Dizzy Gillespie

Born in 1917, John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie grew up in Cheraw. He taught himself to play trumpet at age 12 and began recording at the age of 20. Dizzy was known for his puffy cheeks and adventurous musical style. He was a pioneer of bebop and modern jazz. Gillespie's trademark upswept trumpet was supposedly adopted by the artist after one of his trumpets got bent in an accident in 1953.

Far Far from Home Far, Far From Home

The 2nd South Carolina String Band plays a musical camp concert using real Civil War-era instruments. This concert was filmed live in Gettysburg.

Marshall Tucker Band Marshall Tucker Band Carolina Christmas

The Marshall Tucker Band formed in 1972 in Spartanburg. The origin of their name is attributed to a rehearsal in an old warehouse, when one of the band members looked at the key tag to the building and it said "Marshall Tucker." Marshall Tucker was actually the name of a blind piano tuner that had rented the building before them. Enjoy their spirited collection of Christmas carols during your holiday!

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