Charlie’s Place was a Jim Crow-era supper club on Carver Street in Myrtle Beach that’s said to be the birthplace of the Shag, South Carolina’s official state dance.
Willie Bradley will close out a jam-packed opening night at the fourth annual Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival.
Phil Denny initially chose a career in marketing and mortgage lending, before returning to his first love: music.
The move follows an “overwhelming request by the local community,” Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival president Mickey James says.
Herbert Riley Jr., a key early supporter of the Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival, leaves behind an incredible legacy of community leadership.
Interested in becoming a vendor at the expanded Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival? Here’s how!