What’s Up Thursday?

[ 0 ] June 21, 2012 |

You know, honestly I don’t have much to say this morning, so instead of trying make some cheesy joke, I’ll just tell ya what we got going on in this little city of ours:

-Since its inception by Drew Carman and Dylan Solise in early 2006, The Corduroy Road has melded bluegrass, Americana, folk rock, and old-time country with the rawest of live performances. The two, born and raised in the Central Kentucky Bluegrass Region where they learned their craft, now reside in the musical gem of the southeast: Athens, GA. Catch their CD release show tonight at Smith’s Olde Bar.

Dog Bite is the brainchild of Atlanta’s 22 year old Phil Jones, a project of sun-baked anthems that caught the ears of London’s Young Turks Records (The XX, Wavves, Gang Gang Dance, Holy Fuck). For the past two years Dog Bite has been releasing a steady stream of creepy psychedelic/folk pop songs, gaining praise from taste-maker media outlets like Pitckfork and Fader. They are at The Earl tonight.

-Piano-driven roots rockers, Melodime are at Vinyl tonight with The Well Reds & Neil Cribbs.

Steff Mahan & Chelsey Tackett are bringing their alt-country, Lucinda-esque tunes to Eddie’s Attic tonight.

-If you are out in Sandy Springs, you could swing by Steve’s Live Music to see Scott Glazer.

The Masquerade brings another great show to Atlanta tonight, this time with The Rocket Summer, The Scene Aesthetic, States.

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