By Ken Lackner (www.kenlacknerphotography.com) Full gallery after the jump.
Archive for March, 2012
By Hillery Terenzi Full gallery after the jump.
By Hillery Terenzi. Full gallery after the jump.
Remember the good old days when there was sweet music coming out of the park? Well Centennial Olympic Park is proud to present the inaugural Party in the Park! Featuring performances from The Flaming Lips, Young the Giant, AWOLNATION and Dawes, the party starts on Saturday, May 19, running 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Centennial […]
Will Hoge Number Seven Ryko By Al Kaufman Will Hoge is the type of guy you’d expect to see doing Chevy commercials. The guy is the heart of America. His songs are big and majestic with the right amount of twang, and they cover the topics that Americans care about; stuff like love gone sour, […]
Happy Official Spring Week! After a long weekend of drinking, get ready for a week of great shows! -While in town working on a play, country legend, Dale Watson, will be at Smith’s Olde Bar every Monday playing some good ole honky tonkin’ music. -Semi-doomsday-esque band , A Storm of Light, is at The Earl […]
Polica (pronounced po-lisa) began as a collaboration between fellow Gayngs’ members Channy Casselle and Ryan Olson in June of 2011. By July they had completed 11 songs, made the key additions of drummers Ben Ivascu and Drew Christopherson, bass player Chris Bierdan, and headed into the studio. After Mike Noyce (Bon Iver) lent his voice […]
It’s pretty impressive to be know as the “Jimi Hendrix of the accordion,” although probably more so impressive if you live in Ireland. On this St. Patrick’s Day, Ireland’s own Liam O’ Connor will be jigging it out with traditional Irish music to get your Patty’s day groove on. He joined is for our 5GB […]
AMG Weekend Picks: St. Patrick’s Day at Atlantic Station, Fado, RiRa, The Buckhead Theatre, Eddie’s Attic and More!
You all know what day it is on Saturday. We don’t have to tell you. You’re getting your green eyeliner, green shoes, green hat, green cupcakes, green beer, green wig… you know what we’re getting at. Even if you’ve never danced a gig or taken a swig of Guinness, there’s a good chance you are […]
To kick off their Atlanta show, MUTEMATH will be performing at Criminal Records in Little Five Points at 2:00 PM this Sunday! Later that evening see MUTEMATH – LIVE @ The Tabernacle – Tickets Available Now!
Oh holy mama, it’s Thursday! We made it to the end of the week, and as we all know Atlanta likes to get it’s St. Patrick’s Day on!! Start the weekend out right by checking out on these killer shows. -Back by popular demand to play a SOLD OUT show, Young the Giant will be […]
The kids in Atlanta’s own Young Orchids have been busy! With a new EP and some shows at SXSW, we are excited to see just where they headed to next! Knives is now available as a free download for a limited time as a gift to their fans, friends, and family. Download it, burn it, […]
Review by Jenna Hughes, photos by Ken Lackner Full gallery at the bottom of the post. With a band name like fun. (the period is intentional), one would expect a lively, upbeat and well, fun live show. The band definitely lived up to its name on Friday night, touring in support of their new album […]
By David Courtright; photo by Michael Koenig (full gallery HERE) Grimes is blowing up right now. The 23-year-old from Montreal by way of Vancouver (by way of the Mississippi River) is on the minds of every blogger and music critic worldwide, and her exuberant futuristic music is on repeat on college radio countrywide. It was […]
By David Courtright I saw Dr. Dog about five years ago at the late Tasty World in Athens – one of the more respectable dives back in those days. A friend of mine asked them after their set, “Hey, how do you guys sound like that?” to which a member replied, “Listen to all Beatles […]