There’s an old saying here in the South. It goes, “When the world gets cold, go take in some hot jams.” Our suggestions for the weekend…
Friday, January 24 – Cody Simpson @ The Loft
All the way from Australia, this heartthrob of a singer/songwriter/guitarist takes his special Acoustic Sessions tour to Center Stage this weekend. He says his music is finally the way he wants it to sound. Hope you got a ticket to hear his surf-tastic tunes!
This show is SOLD OUT.
Friday, January 24 – Atlanta Symphony Orchestra @ Morgan Hall
Pianist Wu Han and ASO conductor Robert Spano team up for this low-key classical concert at KSU’s Bailey Performance Center. Go get cultured, y’all.
Friday, January 24 – Matthew Mayfield @ Eddie’s Attic
On his decision to pursue music, Matthew says, “When I was 9, I decided I was either going to be a bank robber/surfer or play in a rock n roll band. I’m not brave enough to ride the big waves and not radical enough to rob banks, so here I am with a guitar in my hand. I think my mother is very happy with that call.”
Doors open 6pm. Tickets are $10.
Friday, January 24 – Halcyon @ Eddie’s Attic
Deb Hunseder and Steph Callahan of Halcyon produce incredibly well received original songs, showcase excellent musicianship, chemical harmonies and energetic, engaging performances. They have opened for national acts including John Mayer, India Arie, Joan Osborne, Sister Hazel, Wynona Judd and many more. These girls rock.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Tickets are $12.
Saturday, January 25 – Susi French Connection @ Eddies Attic
Not to be confused with Philly Connection. There are TWO SHOWS!
For the first show, doors open at 6pm. For the second show, doors open at 8:30pm. Tickets are $15.
Saturday, January 25 – Lee Ranaldo & The Dust @ Graveyard Tavern
Lee Ranaldo – composer, visual artist, writer, etc. – is a founding member of Sonic Youth. Songwriting and performing with his band The Dust (Steve Shelley, Alan Licht, Tim Lüntzel) is his current focus. Lee continues to perform experimental events with partner Leah Singer as well… large scale, multi projection quadraphonic sound and cinema events with Lee performing suspended electric guitar phenomena.
Doors at 8:30pm. Tickets are $10.
Sunday, January 26 – Catie Curtis @ Eddie’s Attic
Catie Curtis is a remarkable artist and person. She believes in stretching her own boundaries to ensure that, despite the rough edges in life, there will always be those moments of beauty. Share a musical moment of beauty with her at Eddie’s this Sunday, but FIRST, read this interview.
Doors at 7pm. Tickets are $18.
Sunday, January 26 – Erick Baker @ Eddie’s Attic
If you listen closely, you can hear a heartbeat in the songs of Erick Baker. A warm familiar pulse of love and loss echoing from somewhere just under the surface. Written with unguarded lyrical honesty, Erick’s songs are passionate confessions that reflect many of our own deeply rooted emotions and secrets.
Doors at 9pm. Tickets are $12.