Archive for November, 2008

Zac Brown Band’s Thanksgiving Playlist

Zac Brown Band’s Thanksgiving Playlist

[ 0 ] November 26, 2008 |

Local rising stars The Zac Brown Band have a "featured playlist" on Myspace Music.  The band put together their favorite songs for drinking cider and hanging with family and friends this Thanksgiving.  On the playlist, you will find some pretty classic tunes, from Crosby, Stills and Nash, James Taylor, and Jeff Buckley… Worth checking out […]

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Music Man–Grumpy Old (music) Man

Music Man–Grumpy Old (music) Man

[ 4 ] November 25, 2008 |

I go to see four or five different unsigned bands every single week. That doesn't make me cool, it's my job, it's what I do for a living; I go to shows. What makes me cool is that I show up on time for virtually every one of them. Now that I think about it […]

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Its Tuesday.  You know what that means.

Its Tuesday. You know what that means.

[ 0 ] November 25, 2008 |

Tuesdays = New Music! This week's new releases range from local rock to cocky rap… to Scott Weiland acting like Gwen Stefani.  Here are the noteable releases, that you might want to check out. Kanye West- 808's and Heartbreak: A bit more singing than rapping as seen in singles "Love Lockdown" and "Heartless". Many are […]

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Ryan Adams Returning to Atlanta… Hopefully WITH His Voice

Ryan Adams Returning to Atlanta… Hopefully WITH His Voice

[ 0 ] November 25, 2008 |

On October 17th, Ryan Adams' and the The Cardinals, were supposed to play a full concert at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park.  Instead, Adams played for about an hour, complaining that he was losing his voice and did not like the way he was sounding.  Then he abruptly left the stage and never returned.  […]

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No Doubt in ’09!

No Doubt in ’09!

[ 0 ] November 24, 2008 |

No Doubt has posted on their official website that the band will, in fact, be packing up the babies and going on tour in 2009.  In lieu of waiting on a new album to be ready, the band is going to take it on the road. How exciting! The news was posted on their website as […]

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8 outlets for Ticket Alternative!

8 outlets for Ticket Alternative!

[ 0 ] November 23, 2008 |

Eight Ticket Outlets for TA Ticket Alternative now has 8 convenient ticket outlets for you to purchase tickets in person. Ella Guru  – Elizabeth St in Little 5 Points/Inman Park CD Warehouse – Barret Parkway in Kennesaw CD Warehouse – Buford Drive at the Mall of Georgia CD Warehouse – Pleasant Hill Road in Duluth […]

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CD Review: George Duke — Dukey Treats

CD Review: George Duke — Dukey Treats

[ 0 ] November 20, 2008 |

George DukeDukey TreatsBPM/Heads Up International 4 stars by Al Kaufman George Duke is to be excused if he chooses to revisit the days of yesteryear, for he was a major player back in the day of old school funk, and if anyone can make it fresh again, he is the man. Duke is a titan […]

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CD Review: The Gay Blades — Ghosts

CD Review: The Gay Blades — Ghosts

[ 0 ] November 18, 2008 |

The Gay BladesGhosts4 Never Records/Triple Crown 2 stars by Al Kaufman Everyone knows people who are smart, but not nearly as smart as they think they are. These people also tend to not be nearly as funny as they think they are. But they sure as hell think they are smarter and funnier than you. […]

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The Conflicting Demons of Ryan Adams

The Conflicting Demons of Ryan Adams

[ 0 ] November 17, 2008 |

Ryan Adams & The CardinalsCardinologyLost Highway Records ** By Kevin C. Madigan When he's good, he's great, and when he's bad, he's atrocious. The self-obsessed and over-prolific David Ryan Adams has already delivered 11 albums this decade, and there's a box set on the way, and even a book, Infinity Blues. The newly released Cardinology […]

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CD Review: Amanda Palmer — Who Killed Amanda Palmer

CD Review: Amanda Palmer — Who Killed Amanda Palmer

[ 0 ] November 17, 2008 |

Amanda PalmerWho Killed Amanda Palmer?Roadrunner Records 4 stars by Al Kaufman As the front half of the punk-Cabaret duo, Dresden Dolls, singer-pianist Amanda Palmer has an obvious theatrical flair. And she has found her soul mate in Ben Folds. Folds produced and performs on half the songs on this CD. The two are both creative […]

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Music Man: Memories on Shuffle

Music Man: Memories on Shuffle

[ 0 ] November 17, 2008 |

I'm stating the obvious here, but the shuffle feature on the iPod might be the greatest invention of all time. How many times have you been listening to music on your iPod or iPhone or whatever you have, when something comes on that you love, but haven't heard in so long that you've actually forgotten […]

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Special Deal on OneRepublic Tickets, This Weekend Only!

Special Deal on OneRepublic Tickets, This Weekend Only!

[ 0 ] November 14, 2008 |

This weekend only you can purchase tickets to see OneRepublic, Augustana, The Spill Canvas, & The Hush Sound at the Tabernacle on Saturday, November 22! From 10am on Sautrday, November 15th until Sunday, November 16th at 8:00 p.m. visit the Tabernacle's ticket sales page or charge by phone at (404) 249-6400 to get your discounted tickets! […]

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New ATL events added going into the New Year!

New ATL events added going into the New Year!

[ 0 ] November 14, 2008 |

Be sure to visit the Ticket Alternative website to order your tickets today! Thu Dec 4 – Michael Tolcher w/ Graham Colton, & Tim Brantley – VinylThu Dec 11 – Darren Michaels w/ The Power Triplets, Myron Bennel, & Fuzzy Logik – East ATL IcehouseTue Dec 16 – Antic Clay w/ Larkin Grimm – EarlFri […]

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CD Review: Whitley–The Submarine

CD Review: Whitley–The Submarine

[ 0 ] November 14, 2008 |

WhitleyThe SubmarineDew Process by Al Kaufman This sound is going to need its own label soon: electro-folk, folktronica, or techno-Americana. Whatever the case, 23-year-old Aussie Lawrence Greenwood, aka "Whitley," used to be in hardcore bands. Then he saw alt-country singers Kieran Kane and Kevin Welch and his new sound was born. The Submarine was released […]

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CD Review: Catie Curtis — Sweet Life

CD Review: Catie Curtis — Sweet Life

[ 0 ] November 13, 2008 |

Catie CurtisSweet LifeCompass Records by Al Kaufman Ask any great songwriter and they will tell you the hardest song to write is a happy song. Using that criteria, Catie Curtis is one of the greatest songwriters of all time. With a mature but sweet voice, Curtis opens her CD with the title cut, in which […]

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