Good morning and good Tuesday to you, Atlanta! It’s a perfect day for show-going and there looks to be some good ones just waiting for you to attend. Check ‘em out and let us know about all the fun you have! Beck @ The Fox Theatre Beck Hansen has made his return with his first […]
Puddles Pity Party @ Smith’s Olde Bar Big Mike Geier is the man behind Puddles the Clown. Geier is from Atlanta and has an amazing voice that you don’t want to miss! Tickets are $17.50. Online and phone sales close at 2pm. Show starts at 7pm. PHOX w/ Trails & Ways @ Vinyl PHOX is from Baraboo, WI, […]
Friday June 20th Prince Paul @ MJQ Concourse Doors open at 11pm. Tickets are $15. Online and phone sales end at 4pm on the day of the show Mood Rings w/ Wild Mocassins @ Eastern Sea @ 529 Forming from mists of solid-state polished chrome out of cavity closets, Mood Rings fought against the constraints of […]
David Dondero w/ Coyote Bones featuring Madeline @ The EARL “This is the sound of a man on fire. Smart, funny and honestly out of his mind; but he comes back long enough to sing about it. One of the best singer/songwriters I’ve ever heard.” – Bob Boilen, NPR Tickets are $8 in advance, […]
Friday June 13th Love Canon @ Eddie’s Attic Sprouting from the fertile musical foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Charlottesville, Virginia’s LOVE CANON is not your typical bluegrass band. The musicians, led by guitar pioneer Jesse Harper, are all seasoned, virtuoso string players fused together by the stage to become one—the 80’s hits machine LOVE CANON. With […]
Photos by Hillery Terenzi The Rock*A*Teens @ The EARL Ringo Deathstarr @ 529
Eric Dodd w/ Josh Brannon Band / Moriah Domby @ Smith’s Olde Bar At the tender age of 11 years old, Dodd attended his first concert, which happened to be the Counting Crows. Dodd was enchanted by that intangible bolt of awareness that hits you when you really feel something. This was real. This was […]
Stu Larsen w/ special guest Adam Burrows @ Eddie’s Attic [Saturday, May 10] STU LARSEN has no home. Three years ago he made a decision to leave behind normality, security and comfort, choosing to live as simply as possible and to follow the opportunities that would lay themselves down in front of him. A bold […]
Whether you’re spending your Friday afternoon groovin’ at Shaky Knees Fest and looking for something to do after or maybe you’re just too cool for the festival scene, this Friday’s Atlanta concert itinerary has a little something for everybody. Man Man w/ Black Cadillacs @ The EARL Man Man is a fearlessly unique band […]
Photos by Chandler Mays
Photos by Ken Lackner.
Photos and Review by Chandler Mays Let’s face it, no matter your race, gender, creed, culture, or geography, all of humanity can come together and celebrate a single commonality: We all have asses… And they can shake. Big Freedia (pronounced “Freeda”) is an artist out of New Orleans that has played the largest role in […]
Photos by Ken Lackner.
Photos by Ken Lackner. Full Gallery after the jump…
Photos and Review by Chandler Mays Every once in while, a show comes along where afterwards, you say to yourself, “Well, I haven’t seen THAT before.” Zammuto at The Earl was one of these shows. The opening act was aptly titled “Duet For Theremin and Lap Steel”, where Scott Burland and Frank Schultz used these […]