In addition to their impressive sound and hard-earned success, Savannah-Based POP group Tell Scarlet has become fondly known to many in their area as “that family band”.

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Before they were freshly minted recording artists with a hot EP and a slew of concerts and private events throughout the Southeast, . . . they were family. . . . Dual-threat vocalists Mary Davis and Julia Shuman are mother and daughter, joined onstage by the padre de familia Jeff Davis, Julia’s husband, Cory, and the newest addition, Will Davis, the youngest of the Davises and the group’s resident rapper.
— Barry Kauffman, The Bluff

Throughout the span of its career, the group's focus has evolved from high-end event entertainment to include playing shows as a well-established regional act, and has seen continued success after the 2017 release of its debut album, “Clean Slate”.

Over the years, Tell Scarlet has played on a vast collection of stages ranging from smaller venues to high-end resorts and establishments. They have played both headlining and opening slots, and shared the stage with a myriad of local and regional acts, including South Carolina-based act, Cranford Hollow, and Ed Roland and the Sweet Tea Project (formerly of Collective Soul fame).

Some of their more notable venues and clients include, 

  • Hard Rock Cafe | Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

  • House of Blues | Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

  • Palmetto Bluff | Bluffton, South Carolina

  • The Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds Plantation | Greensboro, Georgia

  • Piedmont Driving Club | Atlanta, Georgia

  • Sea Island Resort | Sea Island, Georgia

  • Wexford Plantation | Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

  • The Orlando Magic

  • Critz BMW

  • Gulfstream

  • Whole Foods

  • The American Diabetes Association

  • Savannah Magazine

  • South Magazine