What’s Up Tuesday? September 10

[ 0 ] September 10, 2013 |

Striking Matches It’s a beautiful day filled with great music! Wouldn’t you rather spend your Tuesday night at Eddie’s Attic or The Earl rather than on your couch? Read below to figure out which of tonight’s shows is the perfect one for you!

Striking Matches with special guests, The Breedings and Seabird @ Eddie’s Attic

Simply stated, Striking Matches, made up of Sarah Zimmermann and Justin Davis, came to Nashville to play music. Sarah, a Philadelphia native, and Justin, from Atlanta, met when a professor at Belmont University paired them at random to play for a classroom full of guitar majors. Consequently, their first performance was the first time they had ever played together. The pair has been writing and performing ever since. Their influences range from Jerry Reed to the Beatles, John Mayer to Patsy Cline, and back again. It becomes more obvious every day that they were born to play music together.
Show starts at 8pm and doors open at 6:30pm
Advance general admission: $10
At the door: $14
Table of 4 reserved seats: $50
Online, phone, and outlet sales end at 5:00pm TODAY.

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An English Place with Highlander and The Low Ready @ The Earl

An English Place is the project of young atlanta music veteran Will Raines. Having backed The Long Shadows, Street Violence, Ben Trickey, West End Motel and more. Will now comes to the front of the stage to focus his his energy on songwriting and full time frontmanship. Joined by Nick Lynds (Lucy Dreams) and Jake Thompson (Wowser Bowser, Tomahawk Deb), An English Place brings thoughtful, energetic, sometimes menacing, catchy pop rockers.
Show starts at 9pm and doors open at 8:30 pm.
Tickets are $5.
Online, phone, and outlet sales close at 6pm TODAY.

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Funky Knuckles with Progress @ 529

The inevitable result of a talent-soaked soul and jazz community, the Funky Knuckles are taking the sound of Dallas to an entirely different level. The band is comprised of sidemen from some of the biggest artists in the industry (Beyonce, Erykah Badu, Talib Kweli, P Diddy, etc.), yet possesses a sound distinctly separate from any of their individual projects. The Funky Knuckles move together musically as a school of fish, never complacent and always stretching the boundaries of improvisation and composition. 9pm | $5 | 21+

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Jack Daniel’s Honey Concert Series featuring The Valley Roots @ Smith’s Olde Bar

Born out of a blend of modern rock and southern soul, The Valley Roots are leading the way in the new revitalization of the “Muscle Shoals Sound.” Hailing from the The Shoals area, The Valley Roots combine the best of the old and new schools in a unique sound that’s fashioned from southern rock, funkadelic rhythms, and sweet soul music merging together. When The Valley Roots make music, there is something for everyone to enjoy. There are still two more acts TBA for tonight’s show! The Valley Roots play at 10pm and tickets are $5. Doors open at 7pm.

Mumford & Sons with The Vaccines and Bear’s Den @ Centennial Olympic Park (SOLD OUT)

Mumford & Sons are returning to the road and have included Atlanta on their latest itinerary, performing here at Centennial Olympic Park TONIGHT. The concert will highlight tracks from the band’s newest album, “Babel,” as well as many of the band’s most popular hits. The British band behind the hits “Little Lion Man” and “I Will Wait” scored big at the Grammys in February when “Babel” nabbed Album of the Year honors. It’s sure to be a night to remember! Gates open at 5:30pm and the show starts at 7:15pm.

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