What’s Up Thursday?

[ 0 ] January 19, 2012 |

By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn

You ever just wake up and feel like all you way to do is get in trouble? Or at least spend the whole day telling everyone around you just exactly how you feel about them? Today is one of those days for me, but hopefully you will spend your frustration at one of these fine shows coming up this fine Tursday.

-Brilliant bicoastal songwriter Cass McCombs is as known for his double entendre lyrics as he is his sassy, ill tempered mouth. Catch him live tonight at The Earl.

-Psychostick will make you laugh all while giving you whiplash. It’s a metalhead’s dream at The Masquerade where they will be joined by the likes of Ventana and more for the Punch Your Cock in Tour.

-Eliot James is bringing along his pals to serenade you at Vinyl.

-Nashville’s fine folky artists of Humming House will be at Eddie’s Attic tonight joined by the folk dup in Carolina Story.

-Do you the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has been nominated for Grammy’s? If you have never seen them live, check it out tonight when Canadian violinist James Ehnes performs Benjamin Britten’s “Violin Concerto.” Principal guest conductor Donald Runnicles makes his season debut.

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