Written by Molly Segers Joan Baez is an American folk singer, songwriter, musician, and a prominent activist. Baez’s recordings include material dealing with political and social issues. Her career began performing in coffeehouses and her fame rose as a performer at the 1959 Newport Folk Festival. She achieved immediate success when she began recording in […]
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AMG Weekend Picks: Life in Color, Atlanta BAR-B-Q Festival, East Atlanta Strut, Love & Theft, plus more!
Atlanta is certainly cranking out fun concerts and festivals over the next few weeks! Every time I open my computer I’m hearing about a new band coming to Atlanta and this weekend we’re just getting a taste! We want in on the action, so tweet us your weekend highlights and pics @Atlantamusic ! Friday, September […]
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 […]
Amy Ray Lung of Love Daemon Records By Scott Roberts Though Amy Ray is rightfully considered the more rock ‘n’ roll half of Atlanta’s beloved Indigo Girls (with Emily Saliers known more for the prettier songs), she’s also capable of flexing her melodic muscles, and she does so on her latest CD, Lung of Love, […]
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 […]
This weekend is turning out to be a rocker – albeit a pretty cold one. Luckily, you’ll be dancing, bopping, laughing and grooving enough not to notice. Take a break from the mad shopping to enjoy some music. And if you must buy some Christmas presents, we have a great list of on sales too.
By Ken Lackner Full gallery after the jump…
We’ve got quite a lineup this weekend. Hometown heroes returning to Atlanta, up-and-coming acts, a legendary beer festival, and the Dalai Lama. That’s quite a lot to live up to, Georgia.
Various Artists AthFest 2010 Ghostmeat Records By Eric Chavez Athens and its music scene all have a flavor of their own. Hit acts from The B-52’s and R.E.M., to the Indigo Girls and Bubba Sparxxx have all sprung from Athens, making it one of the most recognized, and diverse, small towns in America. At times, […]