Everyone loves Scoutmob, right? They hook us up with the best deals around town on food, shopping and more. Well, are you ready to love them a whole lot more? Scoutmob and The EARL are giving one lucky person $800 worth of concert tickets for a whole year. Yes, that’s two zeros after that eight […]
Archive for November, 2011
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Hello city of Atlanta! So let’s be honest, how many of you already have your Christmas decorations up? I can’t help but to laugh at the amount of folks that cannot even wait till December before putting up their holiday lights! But it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas, […]
By Lisa Keel Full gallery after the jump.
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn I remember hearing about Thomas Dybdahl when Leslie Fram received his CD at WRXP in NYC. She gave me the CD, and said “Listen to this, you will love it.” Well, she was right. Within the first few songs of listening to the Norwegian singer/songwriter I was hooked. Like Scandinavia’s version […]
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Happy Tuesday y’all! Well there is definitely not that much going on in Atlanta tonight! However, if you do feel like taking a little gander outside, here are some events worth checking out. -The Queen of the Keys is back! And she is kicking off her first tour in years right […]
By Hieu Nguyen Full gallery with Manchester Orchestra, Cage the Elephant and The Dear Hunter after the jump. Did you go to the gig? Find your pic in our photo gallery HERE.
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Happy Monday everyone! I hope you had an enjoyable and restful holiday weekend. Now, I know it’s Monday and the thought of going back to work simply seems tragic, but at least the countdown to Christmas has begun! If you feel like heading out in this dreary weather, here are a […]
After releasing their fifth studio album, The Hunter, earlier this year, our favorite hometown metal guys are back on the road, and will be coming back to Atlanta for a show at The Tabernacle on December 2. The likes of The Black Lips, DIllinger Escape Plan, Red Fang and more will be making the merriment […]
By Justin Lyons; photos by Matthew Smith Lykke Li’s transformation from curious and blooming songsbird to take-charge chanteuse over the past few years was on great display at Buckhead Theatre on Sunday night. Li’s latest album, Wounded Rhymes, brushes aside all of the come-ons and questions from her debut Youth Novels and transitions to actions […]
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Today is the day folks! The Favorite Gentlemen boys and Manchester Orchestra present their SOLD OUT show The Stuffing, taking over the Center Stage Complex this Wednesday, Nov. 23. All week leading up to the show, we are doing a “Whatta Ya Thankful Fer” series with the acts. Today we feature Chris […]
Bob Seger Ultimate Hits: Rock and Roll Never Forgets Capitol Records By Ellen Eldridge An amusing thought always occurs at the mention of the words “Greatest Hits” or, in the case of the collected works of Bob Seger, “Ultimate Hits.” I wonder what makes a song a “hit,” especially in light of the fact that […]
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Happy Day Before Thanksgiving!!!!! Hopefully many of you are with family right now or working a half day and getting ready to stuff your face! But considering today is a traditional day for going out and waving your own tail feathers here are some fun events to get you ready for […]
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn One more day!! The Favorite Gentlemen boys and Manchester Orchestra present their SOLD OUT show The Stuffing, taking over the Center Stage Complex this Wednesday, Nov. 23. All week leading up to the show, we are doing a “Whatta Ya Thankful Fer” series with the acts. Today we feature O Brother […]
By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn There is just something about the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, that just makes me want to stay in my pi’s all day long, and do nothing! But alas, here are our events for the eve, just in case you feel like getting squirrelly. -Emperor X is the project name of American songwriter […]
R.E.M. Part Lies Part Heart Part Truth Part Garbage 1982-2011 Warner Brothers By Al Kaufman For many people outside of Georgia, R.E.M. broke up about 15 years too late. They should have called it quits after Bill Berry retired and before Michael Stipe started bitching in his songs. R.E.M. had a few lean years in […]