Eddie’s Attic ticketing help

A couple of weeks ago a small ticketing company in Raleigh, NC collapsed and abruptly emailed their clients to let them know they were stopping business effective immediately. Eddie’s Attic was one of those clients. Eddie’s Attic had already been in discussions with Ticket Alternative to switch to their system, a process that was quickly […]

Picture Book & Live Review: Staind, Man Made Machine at The Tabernacle, December 18

Review and photos by Ellen Eldridge Full gallery at the bottom of the post. Anyone who read my review of Staind knows that the new material returns to the earliest days of angst-driven rock. But even fans of Aaron Lewis’s solo country-style material enjoyed the rescheduled show at the Tabernacle on Sunday night. After opening with […]

What’s Up Tuesday?

By Eileen Tilson / @tktalt_tn Well kids I literally could not sleep last night because I was so excited to be leaving tomorrow for OHIO! I know what you are thinking, “what is in Ohio besides loads of corn!” Tis the season! I hope all of you are going to be around your loved ones […]

Picture Book & Live Review: SciaticA, Permanent Waves at The Local at Sidelines, December 17

Review & photos by Ken Lackner Full gallery at the bottom of the post. I’ve never been a fan of cover bands. As with most rules, this one has an exception. Two exceptions, actually. It takes a very talented and impressive voice to recreate the vocal styling of Geddy Lee. Matthew Trautwein — better known […]

What’s Up Monday

By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Oh we are in the last days!!! Two days till vacation, and I am desperately trying to keep my focus! Even though this is not the busiest week for music, here are your Monday outings: -Nashville’s happiest couple, Amy Grant and Vince Gill are in town spreading some Yuletide cheer. Join […]

CD Review: Black Keys — El Camino

Black Keys El Camino Nonesuch By Al Kaufman It surprises nobody anymore that a couple of white boys from Akron, Ohio (Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, to be precise) can pack their music with so much blues and  soul, but the fact that with El Camino, their seventh album, they continue to get better and […]

AMG Weekend Picks: A Charlie Brown Christmas, Old School Saturday, Josh Erwin and More!

You can tell everyone is dashing around this weekend doing last-minute holiday shopping, cleaning, cooking and the rest of it. Because this weekend sees Atlanta being a little on the quiet side for gigs, with the exception of a rockin’ holiday party gig or two, some great Christmas-themed shows and a few other gems that […]

Legendary rock band KANSAS Headlines the 23rd Annual Peach Drop on New Year’s Eve

The party starts at 11 a.m. on Saturday, December 31 and goes until 3 a.m. New Year’s Day. The celebration features fun for the whole family, live performances and of course, the Peach Drop at midnight. Rocking in 2012 will be legendary rock band, Kansas! They’re responsible for chart toppers “Carry On My Wayward Son” […]

CD Review: Smashing Pumpkins — Gish and Siamese Dream Deluxe Boxed Sets

Smashing Pumpkins Gish and Siamese Dream Deluxe Boxed Sets Virgin Records By Ellen Eldridge Amazing as it may sound, I had never actually heard Gish even though Siamese Dream punctuated my teen years. I never considered myself a huge fan of Smashing Pumpkins, but when I saw them live I was utterly blown away by […]

What’s Up Wednesday?

By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn Sorry for the late start guys, there is some jerk cold that keep trying to sneak into my system, making it increasingly hard for me to keep my eyes open! But I am determined not to get sick for the holidays! Here is your Wednesday update on all things music in […]

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