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Big Something Interviewed Live from Music Farm

In recent years, alternative rockers Big Something have played at Jake’s, Five Points Pub, and New Brooklyn Tavern, but this past Thursday night, they took the stage at one of the city’s larger music venues, Music Farm Columbia on Senate Street.

Hailing from Burlington, North Carolina, the band consists of lead vocalist Nick MacDaniels, bass player Doug Marshall, keyboardist and trumpet player Josh Kagel, saxophonist and EWI player Casey Cranford, drummer Ben Vinograd, and lead guitarist Jesse Hensley.

The members of Big Something sat down with Midlands Anchor’s Allison Willingham to talk about their musical influences, touring life, and why they love Columbia, S.C.

Before they took the stage at Music Farm this past Thursday night with Moon Taxi, the musicians sat down with Midlands Anchor’s Assistant Publisher & Events Manager, Allison Willingham, to chat about the show.

According to Vinograd, the band’s favorite part about playing Music Farm Columbia?  The fans.

“Everyone in Columbia seems to be out to have a good time when we get here,” he said.

The band also chatted with Midlands Anchor about their musical influences, highlighting a variety of artists, including Pink Floyd, Nirvana, and Stevie Wonder.

Watch the full interview here.

For more information about Big Something or for a list of upcoming performances, visit www.bigsomething.net.


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