What’s Up Wednesday?

[ 0 ] March 14, 2012 |

Good glorious morning Atlanta! It’s going to be a gloriously sunny and warm day, I feel like it’s safe to say that we might officially be in Spring! My favorite part about warm weather is all the great music that comes our way. Go enjoy some tunes tonight in this wonderfully warm day.

-Don’t you just love Lyle? Two of the most venerable voices to collaborate, Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt, will be taking the stage together tonight at the Atlanta Symphony Hall.

-A fusion of southern rock and funk, The Delta Saints, are coming all the way from Nashville to entertain you tonight at Smith’s Olde Bar. 

-Chicago indie rockers, Life at Sea, has critics like Don Yates from KEXP callusing LAS “well-crafted indie-rock with a definite ’80s tinge, highlighted by rich guitar textures and hooky pop melodies.” See them tonight at The Earl.

-With over 15 albums to his name, Livingston Taylor was born to be a musician. Brother to legend, James Taylor, Livingston joined his four siblings in the music business in the early seventies, being one of the first artists signed to Capricorn Records, home to the Allman Brothers Band, The Marshall Tucker Band, and many other notably Southern rock artists. He will be at Eddie’s Attic tonight for what will definitely be a packed show.

-My dear friend John Driskell Hopkins, also know as Zac Brown’s awesome bass player, will be shaking his own tail feathers tonight at Tavern 99.

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