Concerts in Atlanta This Weekend!

[ 0 ] March 28, 2014 |

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Friday, March 28th

Grocery on Home Presents: Jim White and His Band with Special Guest Daniel Clay at Eddie’s Attic

If it has anything to do with creating art, Jim White’s probably had a hand at it! Not only has his released two critically acclaimed albums in the past three years, Sounds of the Americans and Where It Hits You, he now has found himself producing for other artists such as Stanton, The Skipperdees, and Mark Lotterman. He also plans to spend two weeks in Denmark serving as artist in residence at the big Aarhus Arts Festival in late August. After that it’s down to New Orleans to mount a one man show of his photography and folk art at the prestigious Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Catch this man of many hats at Eddie’s tonight!

Doors at 6 p.m. Tickets: GA $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Table seats are $18.75 in advance and must be purchased in multiples of 4. Online and phone sales close at 5 p.m.

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Back N Black at Hard Rock Cafe’s Velvet Underground

This over band delivers a set list of classic AC/DC hits spanning over 4 decades. You’re guaranteed for a night of the next best thing to AC/DC with jams like Highway to Hell, Rock And Roll Train, Hells Bells and more!

Doors at 9 p.m. Tickets: $10 Online and phone sales close at 4 p.m.

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The Black Lillies With Special Guest Josh Oliver at Eddie’s Attic

Self-proclaimed Indie roots rock via Appalachia, The Black Lillies have created their own unique brand of country, roots, rock and blues. The group, formed in 2008, also includes electric guitar and pedal steel whiz Tom Pryor and drummer Jamie Cook, both formerly of the everybodyfields, bassist Robert Richards, and vocalist Trisha Gene Brady. Highlights have included stops at festivals including Bonnaroo Music + Arts, Pickathon, CMA Festival & Fan Fair, Americana Music Festival, Four Corners Folk Festival and Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion; appearances on National Public Radio’s Mountain Stage, four separate PBS concert specials, and in June 2011, the band’s debut on the Grand Ole Opry – which they have since played fifteen times.

Show starts at 9:30 p.m. Tickets: GA $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Table seats are $18.75 in advance and must be purchased in multiples of 4. Online and phone sales close at 5 p.m.

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The Free Byrds with The Dirty Doors and Scene of the Crime at Smith’s Olde Bar

Read up on AMG’s preview of the show here, and be sure not to miss these up and coming rockers tonight at Smith’s Olde Bar!

Doors at 8 p.m. Tickets: $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Online and phone sales close at 2 p.m. day of show.

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Cody Marlowe & The Dead Flowers with Black City Woods at Vinyl

Also featuring: Young America

Georgia born singer-songwriter and roots-rock artist Cody Marlowe found his inspiration at an early age in the soulful sounds of B.B. King, Merle Haggard, and the Allman Brothers. Marlowe’s songs explore the polarities of good and evil in an intriguing blend of lyrics featuring lost loves and hopeful musings.

Doors at 8 p.m. Tickets: $8 in advance, $12 at the door. Online and phone sales close at 4 p.m.

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Friday, March 28th- Doctor P, Cookie Monsta, and Mizuki at Opera Nightclub

Three great Circus Record dubstep DJs will be headling Opera’s Illuminate tonight. Mizuki, one of Circus Records’ newest female artists, will be kicking off the night. Cookie Monsta, no stranger to Atlanta club life will spin his dirty beat next, and capping off the night will be co-founder of Circus Records and one of the filthiest dubstep producer ever, the infamous Doctor P.

Doors at 10 p.m. Tickets: 21+ $20, 18+ $25, VIP $40

Saturday, March 29th

Callaghan at Eddie’s Attic

Following January’s sell out Atlanta show the Callaghan trio is back! Callaghan’s gorgeous vocals will be backed up by Okorie Johnson on cello and Julia Sinclair on guitar. Performing live Callaghan plays piano and guitar and delivers a vocal which earns frequent comparisons with artists like Sarah McLachlan and Emmy Lou Harris. Her songs chronicle stories and moments from her own life and from others. Watching her show you’ll enjoy thoughtful lyrics, haunting vocals, and catchy melodies.

Show starts at 9:30 p.m. Ticket: GA $15 or $20 at the door. Table seats are $18.75 and must be purchased in multiples of 4. Online and phone sales close at 5 p.m. day of show.

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Blue Sky Black Death with RBTS Win at The Basement at Graveyard Tavern

Blue Sky Black Death, commonly abbreviated as BSBD, is a production duo based in Seattle, Washington, consisting of Kingston Maguire, better known as Kingston, and Ian Taggart aka Young God. They are known principally for their hip hop and instrumental music, made with a mixture of live instrumentation and sampling. Their name is “a skydiving phrase alluding to beauty and death.”

Doors at 9 p.m. Tickets: $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Online and phone sales close at 4 p.m. day of show.

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Lotus at Buckhead Theatre

Equal parts instrumental post-rock and electronic dance, the band’s distinguishing feature is the ability to maintain a decidedly unique musical voice and remain current while bucking passing trends. If you haven’t seen Lotus in person yet, then now’s your chance. Their Terminal West show may have sold out, but the good news is they added a second night at the Buckhead Theatre so that all fans could get a chance to see them while their in town.

Doors at 8 p.m. Ticket: $26

Cherry Blossom Music Festival in Downtown Macon

We can’t think of a more festive way to ring in Spring than at Downtown Macon’s Cherry Blossom Music Festival! Artists will include Drivin’ N Cryin’, The Futurebirds, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Old Southern Moonshine Revival, Stevens Layne, Cranford Hollow, SunDollars, Benton Blount, Milk Money, Stokes, Barry Darnell & The Mobile Slim Band, Boothill, All the Locals, Bootz & Katz, DJ Swype, Stereotype, Hey Kid, St. Francis, Lingo, Sumilan, Death on Two Wheels, and many more!

Festival passes are $15 Online and phone sales close at 4 p.m. day before the event.

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Saturday, March 29th- Netsky at Terminal West

Also appearing: Sorted, Logam X Legion

Leading a wave of new school drum and bass talent from Europe with his blend of uplifting, melancholic melodies and heavy dancefloor bass and beats, Netsky’s popularity as both a DJ and producer is second to none.

Doors at 9 p.m. Tickets: $17

Cousin Dan and Pls Pls with Special Guests at The EARL

Also appearing: Twin Tigers

Cousin Dan is white R&B singer/gunshot survivor. His live performance is something of legend, and his new wave infused electro-pop ballads will surely inspire greatness.

Dan Dixon has been a staple of the independent Atlanta music scene for a decade plus. A revered producer who mans the helm at The Factory Recording Studio in his hometown, Dixon is perhaps most recognized for his prowess as a songwriter with PLS PLS and his previous band, Dropsonic.

Doors at 9 p.m. Tickets: $7 Online and phone sales close at 6 p.m. day of show.

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Nathan Angelo at Vinyl

Also appearing: Matrimony and Steve Means

In the ever-changing landscape of modern pop, Nathan Angelo shines as a refreshing alternative, embracing the classic elements of popular music and celebrating the backbeat of American tradition. As the revival of music in the 60’s and 70’s brought together the heritage of the Great American songbook, the flair of jazz and heartache of the Delta blues, Angelo integrates these forms into his own music with great ease and delight.

Doors at 8 p.m. Tickets: $10 in advance, $12 day of show. Online and phone sales close at 4 p.m. day of show.

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Old School Saturday at Crowne Plaza Atlanta Perimeter at Ravinia

“All Old School Music. All Night. All That.” That’s the OSS motto. Since 2003 the party has been delivering the best jams from the 80′s and 90′s to the Atlanta area across different premiere venues. From house to R&B to reggae, Old School Saturday has you covered with the soundtrack to your memories. And if you can’t make this specific OSS, don’t worry! Events are scheduled often so stay tuned for upcoming dates and venues!

Event starts at 9 p.m. Tickets: $20 ADVANCED SALES ONLY! No tickets will be available at the door! Online and phone sales close at 3 p.m. day of event.

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Sunday, March 30th

Greg Trooper with Special Guest Brandon Reeves at Eddie’s Attic

Greg Trooper is a singer/songwriter who has released 12 albums since 1986. Trooper has made an impact on the music scenes in all the places he’s lived since leaving home after high school: Austin, Texas, Lawrence, Kansas, Nashville and New York. Music critics praise his poetic feel, infectious melodies and insightful lyrics. His songs have been recorded by numerous artists including: Vince Gill, Steve Earle, Billy Bragg, Robert Earl Keen, Maura O’Connell, Lucy Kaplansky and Tom Russell. Touring nationally and internationally, Greg usually performs solo but on occasion you can find him fronting anything from a trio to a five-piece band depending on the gig.

Doors at 6 p.m. Tickets: GA $15, $19 at the door. Table seats are $18.75 and must be purchased in multiples of 4.

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Waxahatchee with Radiator Hospital at The EARL

Katie Crutchfield is a natural at writing confessional pop songs. Since picking up the guitar as a teenager she has spent the better part of her young adult life travelling the country to play basement shows for feminist punks with bands like P.S. Eliot, Bad Banana and The Ackleys, all of which she sang for. Crutchfield and her twin sister Allison started these bands in high school, inspired by touring bands that would pass through Alabama, as well as a local community-run show space called Cave 9 where they both volunteered. The sisters were best known as P.S. Eliot, a band that developed a cultish underground following until disbanding in 2011. Deciding to go it alone, Crutchfield became Waxahatchee and released her debut album American Weekend in 2012 and its lo-fi acoustic guitar-pop songs made for one of the year’s best unsung records.

Check back with AMG Monday for a picture book of the show!

Doors at 8 p.m. Tickets: $10 Online and phone sales close at 6 p.m. day of show.

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