TV on the Radio

TV on the Radio

Brooklyn’s TV on the Radio are ready to follow up the success of 2006’s Return to Cookie with Dear Science; their third full length album which will be released on September 23. In support of their new album, the quintet will hit the road for a national tour starting in September. TV on the Radio […]

Eat Like a Rockstar

Eat Like a Rockstar

Starting tonight at 10pm, you can indulge in some of your favorite rockers late night treats at Denny’s. Yes, Denny’s. The Americana eatery has teamed up with Plain White T’s, All- American Rejects, Taking Back Sunday, and Eagles of Death Metal to create a rocker friendly late night menu. Such dishes like Taking Back Burger […]

Kevin Devine and Matt Pryor play Vinyl

Kevin Devine and Matt Pryor play Vinyl

Kevin Devine is pop tunesmith in the realm of Michael Penn and Pete Yorn. His melodies are warm and infectious. His songs are clever, yet without an ounce of pretension. It is this fact that distinguishes him from the likes of Conor Oberst. Lately, he’s taken on a more political tone, releasing the 7" "Another […]

Tuesdays with Clay Cook

Tuesdays with Clay Cook

Beginning tomorrow night Atlanta’s own Clay Cook will embark on a three week tour around town in promotion of his new album, The Year I Grew Up. Every Tuesday night, Cook will perform at some of Atlanta’s most unique and best local music venues. Cook will also be joined by some of the city’s greatest […]

Bill Morrissey — Come Running

Bill Morrissey — Come Running

Bill MorriseyCome RunningTurn and Spin by Al Kaufman Bil Morrissey is a storyteller. His songs can be seen as well as heard. He sings of small people in small towns doing or thinking small things. The net result is also something small; in the same way that a polished diamond is also small. Morrisey’s songs […]

Clay Cook — The Year I Grew Up

Clay Cook — The Year I Grew Up

Clay CookThe Year I Grew Up by Al Kaufman If you know Georgia music you’ve heard Clay Cook. You may not have heard of him, but you’ve heard him. The multi-instrumentalist plays flute, saxophone,keyboards and guitar with the Southern rock Marshall Tucker Band. He was the original bass player for the country upstarts Sugarland. Before […]

The EARL announces new shows.

The EARL announces new shows.

The EARL in East Atlanta has just posted it’s latest line-up. There are a couple of interesting events this weekend. On Saturday, Fringe Factory and Movie Lounge present: "Cult Candy:" a night of cult cinema, cocktails, lounge, and visuals.  The Fringe Factory ladies will be screening "Riot on the Sunset Strip" and the Spencer Garn […]

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