Live at the Charleston Music Hall

About the Show

Live At the Charleston Music Hall (LCMH) is a half hour show packed full of superior song writing, award winning artists, interview segments, and scenes from one of the most historic cities in our nation. Mark Bryan of the legendary band, Hootie & The Blowfish, is the creator and host for LCMH set to air on PBS nationally in Summer 2016.

Mark Bryan

Being the lead guitarist for Grammy-winning Hootie & The Blowfish is just one of Mark Bryan’s many musical accomplishments. In addition to his work as a singer/songwriter and producer, Mark is the Advancement Leader and Adjunct Professor for the Music Industry Concentration in the Arts Management Department at the College of Charleston.  Mark is also the creator, and host of the forthcoming PBS series “Live at the Charleston Music Hall.” 

Ashley Flowers

Ashley Flowers spent her early career launching talent with Atlantic Records. Now she is an instrumental part of guiding artists in realizing their true potential. “Live from the Charleston Music Hall” is the most recent of her many film and television credits. Ashley successfully managed musical performances for her label’s artists on MTV (including episodes of Unplugged, Rocumentary and TRL), VH1 (Storytellers, Behind The Music). She has also worked on numerous soundtracks including The Crow, Space Jam , Batman Forever, ER and Mad About You.

Tim Fennell

Tim Fennell has been working in television production for over 35 years. Tim is Director of Television and Video Production for the College of Charleston and teaches documentary studies as an adjunct professor in their Communication Department. In 2009 & 2010 Tim directed U-Cook with Chef Bob Waggoner that aired on national PBS. Independently and/or with CofC, Tim has won three SE Regional Emmy, Addy and Case awards, among others

Charles Carmody

Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, Charles Carmody currently runs the Charleston Music Hall. He has been managing the The Charleston Music Hall for just over a few years now and is excited to continue re-vamping one of Charleston’s best venues as well as encouraging and invigorating Charleston’s growing music scene.

John Barnhardt

One of he hardest working and creative cinematographers working in the business, John holds a National Emmy for his camera work for Litton Entertainment’s Born to Explore, part of the ABC morning program line-up

Landry Layson

Award winning lighting designer, Landry is recently retired from a career with SC-ETV. Landry also has designed lighting for many films and video series.

Lee Dashiell

Co-founder and owner of Osprey Productions, Lee works seamlessly in the film and television world. Lee is a member of International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE Local 600).

Charleston Music Hall

Steeped in history and centrally located in the Upper King Street area of Historic Downtown Charleston, the Charleston Music Hall is an outstanding venue for shows of all varieties.

The Hall is conveniently located next door to two award-winning hotels and three nationally acclaimed restaurants. Combine this with popular shopping destinations, museums, and three public parking garages located within two blocks of the venue and you get the perfect Charleston setting for any event.

This versatile space combines historical elegance with modern functionality. Above all else, the Music Hall is a listening room; an intimate environment in which the audience and the artist can interact on a more personal level. In this space, that boasts the best acoustics in town, there literally is not a bad seat in the house.

Charleston Music Hall


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