Mindless Behavior is a boy band from Los Angeles that was assembled in 2008. Before even releasing a recording, the quartet trained on rudimentary singing and dancing skills, to make sure when Mindless Behavior did go on tour and showcase itself to the public, it would be a well oiled machine. The group has opened up for Justin Beiber and Backstreet Boys on tour; and even though the group is relatively young (with all the members being in their teens), it has found a fairly large fan base that thinks highly of the band's characteristically adolescent vocal style.
Taste of South Carolina, is a special reception to be held on Wednesday evening, January 14, 2015. This reception spotlights South Carolina Agriculture and Agribusiness as one voice. The invited guests will include agriculture leaders and organizations, political leaders, commodity groups, commodity boards, exhibitors, producers, and additional special guests. There will be an opportunity to sample some great food and beverage pairings during the taste, as the spotlight will focus on SC Agriculture-based commodities, commodity organizations, farms and companies.
Like most alt-country acts on the scene today, the Georgia based group Drive-By Truckers believes in the undaunted power of analog recording equipment. The group employs no real synthesized instruments--in fact, the group has three guitarists--and when the band goes into the studio, it prefers to lay down its songs on two inch tape as opposed to digital recording methods, the industry standards. The nostalgic approach to song writing/recording that Drive-By Truckers employs is working to the group's advantage, however. The band has been a favorite of critics ever since it released its debut LP in 1998 and with a rousing stage show that highlights each member's instrumental prowess, Drive-By Truckers has proven to be one of the more rewarding alt-country bands to track.