On his new release Another Day (Eusonia Records, 2011), ZACH DEPUTY demonstrates his extraordinary ability to perform and record in multiple contexts and conveys the sensibilities of a mature singer/songwriter. Another Day offers another look at Zach Deputy and seeks to help him cross over into other audiences. Rich with ballads and mid-tempo songs, the [...]
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Getting close my friends, getting close! It’s Thursday y’all, I seriously hope you do something really fun tonight! -Two of faves are at the Tabernacle tonight! Head on over to see Keane and Youngblood Hawke tonight -Augustana will be heading out on their first tour of 2013 in a rare, stripped down/acoustic format. Playing material [...]
Augustana will be heading out on their first tour of 2013 in a rare, stripped down/acoustic format. Playing material from the band’s three LP’s as well as new songs…Daniel Layus will be joined by longtime touring band member David Lamoureaux. Acoustic act Lauren Shera will be opening the shows… What’s the first gig you ever [...]
SEX BBQ have been wailing a unique brand of psych-pop/surf-rock throughout the Atlanta local small venue scene for just short of a year. In that time, they have emerged as a powerful force delivering a dynamic mix of fierce, sassy, and creepy tunes. Their vibrant performances reveal a collective of entertainers who embrace mischievous humor, [...]
Colorado bluegrassers, Yonder Mountain String Band are coming to Atlanta on January 26th, and we are giving away tickets! Buy your tix in advance, or enter below for your chance to win!
Born near Detroit, Michigan, Marshall Crenshaw began playing guitar at age ten and he received his first break playing John Lennon in the off-Broadway company of Beatlemania. In 1987, he played Buddy Holly in the Richie Valens biopic “La Bamba.” While living in NYC, he recorded the single “Something’s Gonna Happen” for Alan Betrock’s Shake [...]
Happy Hump Day kiddos! Here’s Atlanta Music Guide’s top choices for your Wednesday night entertainment. -Well there is no way around this: Justin Bieber is playing Atlanta tonight at Phillip’s Arena. So expect traffic. And screaming little girls. -RED JUNE is a powerful acoustic trio from Asheville, North Carolina performing beautifully distilled original American music. [...]
Happy Tuesday my friends! I know it’s back to work for everyone, but it’s only a four day week! Here’s some suggestions for your entertainment this eventing. -Jessta James may not be from the South, but the Montana native surely knows what country is. “Out here it’s about the cowboy way, ranching and rodeos,” country’s [...]
Don’t be sad that the Falcons lost, be proud to be from a city who has such a bad ass football team! I hope you have the day off and are remembering that most amazing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his courage and belief in freedom! Go out and celebrate tonight! -He has completely [...]
The Fox Theatre, Saturday, Feb. 23! – The SoSo Def 20th Anniversary Concert: featuring Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat, Jagged Edge, Xscape, Bow Wow, Anthony Hamilton, Lil Jon, Franchise Boys, Bass All Stars, INOJ, Bone Crusher, Jaquon, Dondria, Young Bloods, and special guests: Nelly,Ludacris, and more!
Rocking ain’t easy. History has shown us countless examples of bands that couldn’t hold it together, ending in either a spectacular on-stage explosion, or by quietly fading into nothingness. And yet here we have San Francisco’s Stroke 9, happily celebrating over 20 years in the music business. In an industry notorious for churning and burning, [...]
We are almost to the weekend folks…just keep moving along! Enjoy your day! -Singer-songwriter David Berkeley has graced the stages of Atlanta before, and is back at his old stomping ground of Eddie’s Attic. -If you’re familiar with bluegrass music, then you’re tuned in to some of what Greensky Bluegrass does. They’re also known to [...]
In response to overwhelming fan demand, Leonard Cohen’s acclaimed “Old Ideas World Tour” has just added a second North American leg. After enchanting audiences worldwide, the legendary singer/songwriter/poet culminated the first series of North American dates with breathtaking engagements at New York’s Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center – and fans were left wanting more. Night after night, Leonard Cohen and his band of [...]
Some music cannot be found on a map or within iTunes categories. Some music is so original it seems snatched from the great, invisible substrata that runs below all human activity, a sound aching to be born without a flag or fixed allegiance – free, questing, overflowing with immediate, tangible life. This is the music [...]