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What’s Up Wednesday?

What’s Up Wednesday?

[ 0 ] May 2, 2012 |

Good Morning Atlanta! I won’t try and be witty at this morning, because frankly I haven’t finished my cup of coffee yet. Regardless, here are your events for this fine Wednesday, hope you get into some kind of trouble. -The older rockers will be at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater for the Eagles. -Yes, this might […]

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CD Review: Efren — Write A New Song, Playing The Five Spot, April 26

CD Review: Efren — Write A New Song, Playing The Five Spot, April 26

[ 0 ] April 18, 2012 |

Efren Write A New Song Slo Pro Records By Ellen Eldridge While the clichéd ideas in country music – losing a job, dog, and wife and so on – stick out as trite, mundane and self-pitying in a way that should be reserved for Goth music, Efren takes the simplicity of everyday life, love and […]

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AMG Weekend Picks: John Wesley Harding, Iggy Azalea, Mathis Hunter, Kimya Dawson and More!

AMG Weekend Picks: John Wesley Harding, Iggy Azalea, Mathis Hunter, Kimya Dawson and More!

[ 0 ] March 29, 2012 |

Happy Thursday everyone! We’re barreling full-speed ahead into the weekend, and it looks like it’s going to be a beauty. There are cool gigs a plenty, more on the hip, cozy side, so you can get up close and personal on some great local rock ‘n’ roll.

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Live Review: Pearl and the Beard at The Five Spot, March 18

Live Review: Pearl and the Beard at The Five Spot, March 18

[ 0 ] March 20, 2012 |

Review and photos by Ellen Eldridge The Five Spot was nearly packed on Sunday night, and that’s not bad for a band’s second appearance in Atlanta. Pearl and the Beard opened for Ani DiFranco in February and the air of contagious joy captured the attention of many fans who bought the CDs and headed back […]

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Dave Daniels Celebrates CD Release Party at Five Spot on Saturday, August 27!

Dave Daniels Celebrates CD Release Party at Five Spot on Saturday, August 27!

[ 0 ] August 25, 2011 |

By Scott Roberts Difficult to categorize, but easy to like, singer-songwriter Dave Daniels celebrates his newest eight-song release with a show at L5P’s Five Spot this Saturday, August 27. From the soulful, Memphis horn–influenced opener “Got One” to the Buffett-like acoustic reverie of “Back to the Island” Daniels mixes a winning combination of classic genres […]

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What’s Up Thursday?

What’s Up Thursday?

[ 0 ] August 11, 2011 |

Oh thank the Heavens, it’s Thursday! Thursday is definitely the new black. Here are a couple of cool events to get your weekend started right! -Death Cab for Cutie will be taking their coolness out to Alpharetta at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, playing with Frightened Rabbit. -Have you had a chance to check out The […]

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Live Review: Lloyd Cole and the Small Ensemble at The 5 Spot, June 18

Live Review: Lloyd Cole and the Small Ensemble at The 5 Spot, June 18

[ 0 ] June 20, 2011 |

By Scott Roberts; photos by Sue Volkert Growing up gracefully in rock and roll is not always easy, but singer-songwriter Lloyd Cole has figured it out quite nicely. The once asymmetrically-coiffed, raven-haired leader of Glasgow’s The Commotions is now a 50-year-old based in Massachusetts and his accountant’s haircut now sports graying temples; his clothing looks […]

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CD Review: The Head — Hang On; Playing The Five Spot, June 17

CD Review: The Head — Hang On; Playing The Five Spot, June 17

[ 0 ] June 17, 2011 |

The Head Hang On Self-Released By Al Kaufman At a time when great musicianship is conveyed by showing up at an award ceremony in an egg, or by wearing a meat dress, Atlanta’s power-pop trio, The Head, have something to prove. They are showing the three nice guys (twin brothers Jack and Mike Shaw, and […]

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CD Review: The Memorials — The Memorials; Playing The Five Spot, January 28

CD Review: The Memorials — The Memorials; Playing The Five Spot, January 28

[ 0 ] January 18, 2011 |

The Memorials The Memorials Bungalo By Ellen Eldridge The Memorials released its self-titled debut much to the excitement of The Mars Volta fans and those who have been following the prestigious career of Thomas Pridgen, the band’s drummer who founded this project. A fine line between soul music and music to break up a thick […]

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