A moniker as recognized locally as The Swamp Fox or Hootie, The Critic has been delighting the ears of Charleston radio listeners for years. Voted Best Local Radio Personality by the readers of Charleston City Paper two years in a row, The Critic has a sound and style that throws back to the days of vinyl and cruisin’ the strip.
Tune in to hear The Critic every week day from 3PM – 7PM, and make sure you don’t miss The Critic’s Choice on Sunday mornings from 9AM – Noon – one of the most eclectic music shows in the Charleston area, playing independent artists, rare tracks and more!
Critic's Choice Playlists
playlist goes by artist-song title-lp title-year 1st hour 1)bob dylan-one too many mornings-the times they are a changin’-1964 2)cat power-robbin hood-wanderer-2018 3)mumford & sons-timshel-sigh no more-2009 4)goodnight moonshine-bowie-i’m the only one-2018 5)poco-honky tonk downstarirs-poco-1970 6)the beatles-here there
playlist goes by artist-song title-lp title-year 1st hour 1)bob dylan-talkin’ new york-bob dylan-1962 2)molly burch-dangerous place-first flower-2018 3)willie nelson-summer wind-my way-2018 4)belly-starry eyed-dove-2018 5)belle & sebastian-there is an everlasting song-how to solve-2018 6)ray davies-a street called hope-our
Trippin' With the Critic
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Block Party at Park Circle is the biggest St. Patty’s Day celebration in the Lowcountry- you know Critic was there!
What better place to enjoy the festival than one of the best BBQ spots in town? Critic coming to you from Lewis BBQ for the Charleston Wine + Food Festival.
What’s even better than listening to live music on a beautiful day? Doing it for a great cause! Check out Critic at the Power to Puerto Rico Marsh Jam at The Bend in North Charleston.
BBQ, live music, and beer from 18 local breweries around Charleston- now that’s our kind of Saturday! Critic lets you in on all the fun from the Charleston Craft Beer & BBQ Festival at Bohemian Bull on
The College of Charleston men’s basketball team is heading to San Diego for the big dance!For the first time since 1999, CofC is going to the NCAA Tournament, and Critic was at TD Arena to celebrate Selection