Kentucky’s “All the Little Pieces” is coming to Charleston to promote new album and provide great live performances

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All the Little Pieces has a new album called The Legend of Lavinia Fisher.  This is a concept album that was inspired by a ghost tour the band took while they were performing in Charleston in 2016.  You probably know that the story is that of Lavinia Fisher who was hung in the early 1800’s and is thought to be one of the nation’s first serial killers.  The album was nominated for Album of the Year at the Lexington Music Awards.

 

Links to the Band’s EPK, Website and Official Video for Lavinia’s Song. 

 

The band is coming back to Charleston in late March , early April.  They will be doing the Barn Jam at Awendaw Green on March 29, will be playing the Cooper River Bridge Run on Saturday April 1 as well as at the Runners’ Lounge on Thursday March 30.
The big news is that they will be doing a set in The Old City Jail in Charleston on Friday March 31 in the cell where Lavinia was held and is rumored to haunt to this day.  The band will also be playing a gig in Charleston the evening of Saturday April 1 but the location has not been determined yet.

 

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