The Embers started making music playing a mix of rhythm and blues and heart and soul that came to be known as Beach Music.
Over the years they've played for presidents and princes, students and bankers, at the beach and in the city, on record and in concert. A musical marvel, the Embers have survived disco, punk, new wave, hip-hop and house and continue to take the stage as one of the tightest and entertaining bands to ever perform.
They've been inducted into the South Carolina Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame and act as North Carolina's Official Musical Ambassadors. They've opened for the Rolling Stones, done commercials for Budweiser, played the Olympics and President Clinton's inauguration, and created the soundtrack for endless summers.
If you've seen their show once, you've undoubtedly come back for more. The classics never go out of style.