Tonic’s former lead singer Emerson Hart is hitting in the road in promotion of his new solo album Cigarettes and Gasoline. Cigarettes and Gasoline marks Hart’s solo debut, which the talented singer/songwriter started penning in 2005. The video for the emotional charged first single, "If You’re Gonna Leave," is below. Check out Hart on April […]
Archive for March, 2008
Legendary British rocker Steve Winwood is returning to the music spotlight with a new album and tour this spring. On April 29, Winwood will release his new album Nine Lives on Columbia Records. It will mark his first album release since 2003’s About Time. "Dirty City," the first single off Nine Lives, features Winwood’s longtime […]
The Tabernacle is still undergoing repairs, due to storm damage from the tornado, but several shows originally slatted for the Tabernacle stage have been moved, postponed or canceled. Check the list below to see where your favorite acts will now be staged. The Mars Volta– CANCELED– Originally scheduled for April 5 has been canceled. Refunds […]
Underworld finally made their first appearence in Atlanta on Friday night at Center Stage for just one of 2 shows in the US. The band used the gig as a warm-up show before their performance at the Winter Music Conference in Miami. The band played a 2 hour set that included hits from all […]
The Coca-Cola Roxy will host it’s last ever show on Friday March 21st. The Gutter Twins will be the last band to play one of Atlanta’s best and most loved venues. The venue is being remodeled as part of the Buckhead redevelopment project. The venue will reopen in about a year.
Stars, an upcoming rock group from Canada, will make their US television debut tonight on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. They will perform their latest single "Take Me to the Riot" off of their new album, In Our Bedroom After the War. Stars is also gearing up for a short tour, before they play Coachella […]
Van Halen‘s postponed tour will resume the middle of April. The rockers will make up their previous missed shows (February 25th and March 19th) at The Arena at Gwinnett on Sunday May 11th. Tickets for the previously scheduled shows will be honored. For tickets or more information, visit here.
One of Atlanta’s most beloved musical venues, the 98-year old historic Tabernacle, was badly damaged in Friday’s tornado. The downtown tornado that harmed so many attractions, homes, and business left its mark on the venue, by blowing out windows and causing other structural injury. Engineers and experts are currently assessing the building, and LiveNation will […]
*NEW* Went On Sale: Friday, March 14 (Ticket Alternative)Wednesday, 5/21/08 – VinylHOOTS & HELLMOUTHDoors: 8pmShow: 9pmPrice: $8 advance / $10 day of showAges: 18+ *NEW*On Sale: Monday, March 17 @ 10am (ticketmaster)Saturday, 4/12/08 – Center StageGrown Folks Radio Presents…MICHAEL BAISDEN LIVE w/ Lalah HathawayDoors: 8pmShow: 9pmPrice: $30 general admissionAges: 21+ *NEW*On Sale: Monday, March 17 […]
BoDeansStillHe and He LPBy Al Kaufman For over 20 years, Kurt Neumann and Sam Llanas, the core of the BoDeans, have been doing what they do. They play their Wisconsin rock and roll with a lot of melody, some harmony, a little twang, and a whole lot of sweat. Call it rock from the heartland, […]
Comedian and frequent Adam Sandler collaborator, Nick Swardson, will be taking his act to the Tabernacle on Friday, April 25th. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, March 15th at 10am. For more information regarding tickets and Nick Swardson’s show, click here. Also catch Nick on screen this summer in the comedy release Don’t Mess With […]