Photos By: Molly Free Atlanta Music Guide was up close and personal with Moon Taxi and Earphunk at The Buckhead Theatre on Friday, November, 29. Moon Taxi Earphunk
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Nashville rockers Moon Taxi have been busy this year. From their television debut on Letterman, to releasing their third album, Mountains Beaches Cities, the band has a momentum that’s taking audiences by storm. Alex May caught up with guitarist Spencer Thomson to talk about their 11/29 show at the Buckhead Theatre, their upcoming Acoustic EP release, and […]
Pictures By: Rosie Judd Two Door Cinema Club St. Lucia Bad Veins
Dwight Yoakam is a man of many talents. Between his long, successful music career and his numerous acting roles, Yoakam is one of the few entertainers that has maintained icon status. Musically, Yoakam is known for his pale cowboy hat with the brim pulled low, poured-on blue jeans and intricate, catchy melodies paired with poignant, […]
Review By: Molly Segers Photos By: Hillery Terenzi “For the first time ever, East Coast meets West Coast!” John Doe decreed Tuesday night at Buckhead Theatre as X, legends of LA punk, opened for Blondie, one of the biggest acts to come out of the NYC punk scene of CBGB’s. The show may have been […]
It certainly is a wonderful Wednesday! Not only is the weather outstanding, but the lineup tonight is killer! Check it out. Alice Smith @ Vinyl At first glance, the title may be simple, but Alice Smith’s new album She is anything but. An intoxicating mixture of rock, pop and R&B, the album reveals a […]
Review and photos by Ellen Eldridge After a rousing rock performance by Blind By Sight, the band that later won the award for Best Alternative Band, GA Music Awards co-founder Christi Chambers welcomed the audience of the Buckhead Theatre to the inaugural show. GA Music Awards founder Omar McCallop stood at the podium and […]
Dr. Dog Be the Void Anti- Dr. Dog has returned with some new tunes that are blowing me away. The band’s newest album, Be the Void, was recently released on February 8 and it’s their sixth full-length in the past 10 years. Typically by this point in a band’s career, I’ve given up hope and […]
Country outlaws, soul divas, college rock heroes, experimental indie rock legends… oh my! This weekend is ridiculously packed with the best music the past five decades have given us. We’re not sure how you’re going to make all these choices, so let us know what you decide on in the comments below.
By Amanda Miles Kurt Thomas knows how to kick off a show. Grabbing the audience’s attention with a strong riff and never letting up is his signature honky tonk style. The cold December wind was no match for the heat emanating from the Kurt Thomas Band at Dixie Tavern on December 9. The venue may […]
Brrrrrr! Wrap up warm folks, this chilly weather isn’t messing around. It’ll get a bit milder over the weekend, but regardless, the wintery temperatures shouldn’t deter you from getting to some great gigs. Local music is especially being represented well this weekend, with record releases and more abound! And if you fancy the field-trip, get […]
Washed Out at Buckhead Theatre By CatMax Photography, LLC Full gallery after the jump.
By Jeremy Frye Rockford, Ill.’s power-pop institution, Cheap Trick, have an undisputed legacy of four decades of continuous touring and widespread influence in both the hard rock and alt-rock communities. This is a band that built their name (and had their first taste of mainstream success with 1978’s Cheap Trick at Budokan) on their live […]
By Justin Lyons; photos by Matthew Smith Lykke Li’s transformation from curious and blooming songsbird to take-charge chanteuse over the past few years was on great display at Buckhead Theatre on Sunday night. Li’s latest album, Wounded Rhymes, brushes aside all of the come-ons and questions from her debut Youth Novels and transitions to actions […]