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Columbia is the state capital of South Carolina, as well as its largest city. Although Columbia is not the first place people might associate with the music biz in general, it is home to active music scene with bands and musicians playing in a variety of genres in venues throughout the area. While larger touring acts regularly make stops at venues such as the Colonial Life Arena or the historic Township Auditorium, smaller acts can regularly be found playing in popular spots such as the New Brookland Tavern or The White Mule. Notable bands and musicians with ties to Columbia include pop/rock band Hootie and the Blowfish, Rob Thomas (frontman for Matchbox Twenty), rapper Young Jeezy, and alt-country act Iron & Wine.
Columbia is home to several quality recording studios which meet the ongoing needs of the music community. If you are thinking about a career in audio as a recording engineer, live audio engineer or music producer, Columbia is a place with plenty of opportunity.