Atlanta native Kelly Hogan is back in her hometown tonight playing with her employer Neko Case (she is in her backup band). In the 1990s, Hogan sang with The Jody Grind (with Bill Taft), singing on their full-lengths One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure (1990) and Lefty’s Deceiver (1992). The group disbanded after two […]
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Lately, it seems that Kelly Hogan is the talk of the town and the music scene in general. With a voice so smooth, and amazing new tracks on “I Like To Keep Myself in Pain”, we definitely understand all of the well-deserved buzz! This Friday, Kelly will be joining Neko Case at the SOLD OUT […]
By Amanda Miles His voice is immediately recognizable–a warm melodious tone that melts deliciously over each note. Vince Gill is widely acclaimed as a top vocalist and guitar player in country music. Gill has sold more than 26 million albums, earned 18 Country Music Association Awards and has 20 GRAMMY wins under his belt. At […]
Nothing represents summer in Atlanta more, than Atlanta Botanical Garden’s “Concerts in the Garden” series. Music fills the air amidst flowers and nature in the heart of Midtown during the 10th annual Concerts in the Garden. Atlanta’s most intimate outdoor music event has been recognized as “Best Outdoor Concert Series” by Atlanta Magazine. This year’s […]
Believe it or not, summer is supposedly winding down to a close. Weird, because it still feels like the middle of the hellish hot season. But we can dream of cooler days. And this weekend is a perfect way to look forward to the fall, with some uber-summeresque parties and outdoor gigs.
Looks like that the brief respite from the unbearable heat last weekend was just that – brief. We’re plunging back into the unyielding mugginess. Thankfully there are some amazing gigs to keep you cool with AC, or at least keep you distracted with legendary tunes.
Folks, we know it’s unbearably hot outside. So we’ve got a list of awesome shows that are (almost all) guaranteed to help you keep your cool. Or they will at least have you enjoying yourself so much that you’ll forget that you’ve just sweated out your weight in water. And, to remind you that cooler […]
Now that the holiday weekend is over, live music is fully back on a roll. One of our favorite venues, The EARL, celebrates its 12th anniversary with a weekend of amazing shows, and we fully recommend that you stop by and raise a glass in the great club’s honor. And by the looks of the […]
By Eileen Tilson When you think of Jonny Lang, what is the first thing that pops into your head? He has been called a blues guitar prodigy, a virtuoso, and a once-in-a-generation blues artist. His debut solo album, Lie to Me, was recorded when he was just 15 years old. It went platinum, as did […]
Atlanta is getting into the summer spirit with an onslaught of open air shows. The Atlanta Botanical Garden, Chastain Park Amphitheatre and more are kicking off their summer music series, and the Starlight Six Drive-In will have their awesome Rock and Roll Monster Bash too. Don’t forget to pack the sunscreen and drink plenty of […]
Happy Mothers Day weekend everyone! Hope you didn’t forget. Maybe some of these options will help with last-minute gifts. Or, maybe you need a little treat for yourself after brunch, shopping, tea etc. with your mother. At any rate, we have some great stuff for you to choose from, whether it’s a local music charity […]
Lent is coming to an end this weekend, so why not celebrate a little early by indulging in some rock ‘n’ roll? Atlanta’s local music scene will be out in full force with some great gigs this weekend!
Moreland and Arbuckle Flood Telarc By Al Kaufman Aaron Moreland and Dustin Arbuckle are doing everything they can to keep to blues alive. Arbuckle tears apart his harp every time he brings it to his lips. His voice is rich and just rough enough to sound like he’s lived about which he sings. He sounds […]
By Micah McLain The She & Him show at the Atlanta Botanical Garden last Friday evening featured everything from gorgeous throwback pop music and vintage dresses, to dangerous weather and a drunken idiot in a moat. The show started off innocently enough, with The Chapin Sisters taking the stage under a foreboding, yet peaceful, sky. […]