What’s Up Wednesday?

[ 0 ] November 14, 2012 |

Well good morning Atlanta! How are you? The air is crisp and the holidays are approaching. I love this time of year, it just reminds you off all the things you are thankful for. Here are some great events for you to choose from:

-Tonight at the Tabernacle, check out A$AP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Danny Brown, who by the way is one of Detroit’s most up and coming hip-hop stars.

Lucy Wainwright Roche comes from a long line of musical family members (you might recognize her brother, Rufus). She is playing with Lindsay Fuller at Eddie’s Attic.

Simon Joyner is known for challenging, lyric-driven, story songs which keep him on critic’s lists, inviting comparisons to Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Townes Van Zandt, Nick Drake, and other masters. Often called the godfather of the Omaha scene and major influence on Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes (who has covered Joyner’s “Burn Rubber” and “Joy Division”), Joyner has been releasing one challenging song cycle after another on indie labels such as Jagjaguwar, Team Love, Shrimper, Truckstop/Atavistic, Brinkman since the early 1990’s. Tonight at the 529.

David Choi is an established singer/songwriter/producer within the Los Angeles area. In a few short years David has amassed over 1 million subscribers online, completed a worldwide sold out tour, won prestigious competitions, received over 100 million views online and released 2 albums. Check out this act for yourself at Vinyl.

-Over 20 million people have seen Jarrod Harris’ popular Action Figure Therapy characters and most recently the series was named LA Weekly’s “Top Comic To Watch in 2012.″ See him tonight at The Earl.

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