What’s Up Thursday? April 18th

[ 0 ] April 18, 2013 |

MilkCartonKidsAnother beautiful day and another crazy AWESOME lineup! WOW! The bars, clubs and theaters are poppin’ tonight with all kinds of music! Check out the schedule below and grab tickets NOW to the show of your choice!

The Milk Carton Kids (7:30pm) @ Eddie’s Attic

The New York Times raves, “a sweetly dazzling variation on close-harmony vocals, part Simon and Garfunkel and part Everly Brothers, with occasional acoustic prestidigitation.” This show is nearly sold out!

 

Check out our 5GB interview with The Milk Carton Kids!

The Milk Carton Kids (9:30pm) @ Eddie’s Attic

Didn’t make it into the early show? Grab your tickets to see the Milk Carton Kids play again at 9:30pm!

Drivin N Cryin @ Star Bar

Rolling Stone claims, “Crunching hard rock is the drivin part, brittle countryish balladry the cryin, with the two linked by a heavy dose of Led Zeppelinphilia. If Paul Westerberg had grown up worshipping Angus Young instead of Alex Chilton, the Replacements might have sounded something like this Atlanta band.”

Kenny Howes and the WOW! @ The Earl

Kenny Howes is a singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, specializing in power-pop. Howes latest solo LP, Tornadoes Here And Past, was released in November 2012, with a vinyl version following in December 2012. PowerPopAholic.com had this to say: “A triumphant comeback in a year full of them. Don’t miss this one.”

Solar Bears @ Smith’s Olde Bar

The Solar Bears are an original Rock/Funk/Blues trio based in Atlanta. Prior to the formation of The Solar Bears, the guitarist and drummer had been recognized as premier musicians, winning the Atlanta Blues Challenge two consecutive years leading to media attention in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Club owners and audiences alike are consistently floored by their performances and songwriting.

The Rockin’ for Relay Benefit Concert ft. The Digits @ Hard Rock Cafe’s Velvet Underground

Come enjoy an evening of rockin’ live music and stellar food and drink in support of the world’s largest walk to end cancer. Featuring local favorites, Penny Western and The Digits, Rockin’ for Relay is a benefit concert for The American Cancer Society and Relay For Life of DeKalb/Adams Stadium.

The Left Field Experiment: RYAT @ 529

The Left Field Experiment joins forces with Wumbhi Live. This event will broadcasted live over the internet. Brainfeeder’s latest artist RYAT (pronounced “riot”) is the brainchild of Christina Ryat, a producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and sound manipulator who uses live electronics, instruments, pedals, and software to create avant compositional tunes.

VOLT Concert Series ft. Jade Novah @ Vinyl

After signing a publishing deal with Rondor/Universal Music Publishing, Jade Novah set out on an adventure to the town of Atlanta, GA to begin her solo career. In 2012, Jade teamed up with producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Devin Johnson, to begin working on her debut album entitled,“In Search of Me.” This album will feature a unique fusion of musical theater and R&B, creating an experience described as “visuals through sound.”

All Time Low & Pierce the Veil @ The Tabernacle

Hopefully you scored your tickets to this SOLD OUT show! It’s going to be a killer time!

Andy Grammer @ Center Stage

In 2012, Andy Grammer emerged as one of the biggest success stories in the music business. He performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (three times), and Good Morning America. He shared the stage with Taylor Swift, Train, and Colbie Caillat, and he is the first male pop star, since John Mayer in 2002, to reach the Top 10 at Adult Pop Radio on his first 2 singles, “Keep Your Head Up” and “Fine By Me”.

 

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