More live music options for Myrtle Beach

July 24, 2013 

Death of Paris. Courtesy photo.

There’s so much live music going on this weekend in the Myrtle Beach area, not everything could make it into this week’s On the Fly report.

So here’s a few more note-worthy shows featuring live music with some local ties.

•  On Friday, local reggae/rock/jam trio TreeHouse! celebrates a homecoming of sorts by headlining the House of Blues’ Myrtle Beach Rocks Reggae showcase, also featuring Sun Dried Vibes, South Street and Jay D Clark. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Friday, the show starts at 8. Tickets are $5, but if you know someone associated with the bands, hit them up, they have piles of free tickets to give away. House of Blues is at 4640 U.S. 17 S., Barefoot Landing, North Myrtle Beach. Call 272-3000 or visit www.houseofblues.com/myrtlebeach.

•  Tabbed as one of Surge’s must-see baker’s dozen concerts of Summer ’13, Aaron Lee Tasjan and Findlay Brown collaborate on the Pirate’s Cove stage on Sunday and Monday. “You’re simply not going to find a bill with two more different and talented singer-songwriters than Aaron Lee Tasjan and Findlay Brown,” wrote Surge scribe Christina Knauss. Show times are at 9:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday. There is no cover charge. Pirate’s Cove is at 205 Main Street, North Myrtle Beach. Call 249-8942 or visit www.piratescovelounge.com.

•  The Deck at the House of Blues is the setting on Sunday for local rock station 96.1, WKZQ-FM’s listener appreciation party featuring anthemic rock quartet Mona, which has drawn many comparisons to Kings of Leon, and Columbia’s female-fronted pop-rock act Death of Paris (which includes Myrtle Beach native Blake Arambula). Things get started at 8 p.m. Sunday; and there is no cover charge.

Kent Kimes, Editor

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