The Head Puckered By Al Kaufman Teen musicians are usually poster ready heartthrobs who sing songs other people wrote and require a lot of vocal tweaking in the studio. The Head are about to change that notion.
Archive for January, 2010
The next few months are going to be big over at The Tabernacle. February 12 brings the huge reunion show of one of our favorite local hip-hop groups, Goodie Mob. The original lineup (Cee-Lo, Big Gipp, Khujo and T-Mo) will be taking the stage with B.o.B. AKA Bobby Ray opening. Jam band moe. will play […]
Just wanted to remind everyone that our DRINKSHOP Live is tomorrow night! The lovely Rebecca Loebe will be playing two sets, so come on by, grab a fancy drink and enjoy the swanky space.
Some gifts just keep on giving. Like this competition from Hightide Blues. The band is playing Smith's Olde Bar on January 8 with Front Wheels and Hottboxx, and you can win tickets for the show by emailing email@example.com! Not only can you win tickets, but there will also be free beer at the show. The […]
By Micah McLain Band of Horses celebrated the arrival of 2010 the same way they did the arrival of the two years previous – with a sold-out two-night stand in Atlanta. The venue this time around was downtown's Tabernacle and the band was able to secure the Dynamites featuring Charles Walker to help them ring […]
By Jhoni Jackson There’s something about country-based music that makes one year for a stiff drink, preferably – considering current below-freezing temperatures – one that warms both the soul and the body. Just as I was wondering why Atlanta bars don’t serve hot toddies in winter, Maryland’s Cotton Jones took the stage. The early show […]
To get us off to a great start this year, we have two ace local bands playing sure-to-be spectacular shows at The EARL. Athens' horde of all-stars, AKA Dark Meat, will be playing The EARL on February 13. Get your tickets at Ticket Alternative. Atlanta's own golden children, Snowden, will play March 16 (note: this […]
By Al Kaufman Jeremy Aggers has one of those soothing voices that works better than Xanax. It's a sweet voice that resembles the folk-rock renderings of David Wilcox or James Taylor. Just put him in the player and everything is okay. His voice is a bubble bath after a long day at work. On his […]