Jingle jingle y’all! We’re feeling proper seasonal here at Atlanta Music Guide, and it looks like the rest of the music scene got the memo too, because there are holiday parties galore and all the traditions that local music fans have grown to love. So wrap up warm and go forth and rock!
Thursday, December 8 – Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion at The EARL
Sarah Lee Guthrie is the granddaughter of Woody Guthrie and daughter of Arlo Guthrie. Johnny Irion is descended from opera singers, classical violinists and fiddlers, not to mention his aunt is married to Thomas Steinbeck (son of John Steinbeck). With families thick with talent, music and storytelling, it’s no surprise that this folk duo are so impressive. See for yourself tonight at The EARL.
Thursday, December 8 – Wale at The Tabernacle
With his latest record, Ambition, out on the streets for just over a month, Wale is one hundred percent a hip-hop star now. Check his flow at The Tabernacle tonight.
Friday, December 9 – The Sundogs Present: The Tom Petty Show at Smith’s Olde Bar
Moontower joins Atlanta’s rising stars to pay tribute for the great American songwriter Tom Petty on Friday night.
Friday, December 9 – Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun at The Basement
One of Atlanta’s best bands out there right now, Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun make you rock and dance at the same time.
Friday, December 9 – Third Annual Yacht Rock Holiday Special at The Buckhead Theatre
Get your holiday spirit on the soft rock way – with the incredible talents of those smooth sailors in the Yacht Rock Revue. Bring in two cans of food for the Atlanta Community Food Bank and get a swell picture in Santa’s lap.
Saturday, December 10 – Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa at The Tabernacle
The old guard presents the new with this powerful hip-hop doubleheader at The Tabernacle on Saturday.
Saturday, December 10 – Rachael Yamagata at Vinyl
If you’re in the mood to listen to a sultry dame sing a song or 23 about the boys that did her wrong, and we sure are, then you’ll be catching Miss Yamagata in the intimate location of Vinyl.
Saturday, December 10 – The Happenstance at The EARL
Every year the folks at The EARL throw together some of Atlanta’s best local musicians and get them to come up with some music together for charity. They call it The Happenstance and it’s lovely.
Saturday, December 10 and Sunday, December 11 – Eddie & Agnes Present: The Civil Wars at Presser Hall at Agnes Scott
There are still a few tickets left for the rescheduled Civil Wars shows being presented by Eddie’s Attic and Agnes Scott, so if you weren’t so luck the first time around to grab a seat, get going now!
Evanescence at The Tabernacle, January 14 – on sale Friday, December 9
David Mead and Harper Blynn at Smith’s Olde Bar, January 23 – on sale Friday, December 9
Marc Broussard at Center Stage, January 27 – on sale Friday, December 9
Anthrax and Testament at The Tabernacle, February 2 – on sale Friday, December 9
David Ball at Smith’s Olde Bar, February 4 – on sale Friday, December 9
Trey Anastasio at Symphony Hall Atlanta, February 9 – on sale Friday, December 9
Big Gigantic at Buckhead Theatre, February 10 – on sale Friday, December 9
Please PleaseRock Me at Smith’s Olde Bar, February 24 – on sale Friday, December 9
Aretha Franklin at Fox Theatre, March 5 – on sale Friday, December 9
Fun. at Center Stage, March 9 – on sale Friday, December 9
Childish Gambino at The Tabernacle, March 16 – on sale Friday, December 9
Andrew Bird at The Tabernacle, March 17 – on sale Friday, December 9
Neon Indian at Masquerade, March 19 – on sale Friday, December 9
Missing Cats at Smith’s Olde Bar, April 12 – on sale Friday, December 9
The Hackensaw Boys at Smith’s Olde Bar, April 20 – on sale Friday, December 9
Brothers of the Sun Tour featuring Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw at the Georgia Dome, June 3 – on sale Saturday, December 10