What’s Up Tuesday?

[ 0 ] October 11, 2011 |

Happy Tuesday Everyone! Yesterday I found out that Paul McCartney  gets married on John Lennon‘s birthday, former Weezer bassist prophetically tweets about his own death, and a woman drove into Tin Lizzy’s! I know it is a full moon, but this is a bit much! Here are some things to do tonight, just make sure you don’t let any black cats in your way.

-Tonight at The Tabernacle, British geezers Arctic Monkeys will be spilling the Stellas all over their feisty crowd (which might be made up almost entirely of ex-pats). If you have never seen the band live, however, you must go. They are definitely entertaining.

-It is impossible to live in this city and not have at least heard of the great and talented Mr. Clay Cook. Besides being one of the members of the Zac Brown Band, Clay is one of the most incredible musicians I have ever seen in person. It is a special solo show at his original stomping ground, Eddie’s Attic for Mr. Cook tonight; joining him will be long time friend, and local Atlanta chanteuse, Emily Kate Boyd.

-Sometimes you just need a little soulful music to get your week going right. Tonight, The Drunken Unicorn presents Gospel Music featuring Owen Holmes of the Black Kids.

-In the Atlanta Room at Smith’s Olde Bar, Righteous Babe Records Ed Hamell a.k.a. Hamell On Trial, a one-man punk show, brings you (mostly) loud, fast music informed by politics, passion, energy, and intelligence, played by a guy with a sharp tongue and a wicked sense of humor.

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