What’s Up Tuesday?

Can you believe that tomorrow is the first day of Feburary??  I don’t think we have had a single day that actually felt like Winter! All I keep thinking is that it is gonna be an insanely hot summer….End the first month of the year right and go out to one of these rad shows. […]

Live Review and Q&A: Carnivores at the High Museum of Art, January 28

Review and photos by Stephanie Roman From 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. last Saturday night, a line of young artists and muses snaked to the entrance of the High Museum. For only $7, college students could gain access to the museum’s permanent collection, two bands, one DJ, two art workshops, and the museum’s featured exhibition, […]

What’s Up Monday?

By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn What a weekend it has been! I know a lot of folks hate Mondays, but there is something about the beginning of a new week that just makes me hopeful. And, although tonight is not totally bangin’ there are a few pretty rad shows happening in Atlanta tonight, so make sure […]

Bruce Springsteen, Odd Future, and The Fray, Oh My! New Shows Announced!

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will launch the first US leg of the 2012 ‘Wrecking Ball’ World Tour on March 18 in Atlanta at Philips Arena. Tickets are $ 99.00 and $ 69.00 for reserved seating and general admission standing floor. Tickets go on sale Saturday, February 4th at 10AM at www.livenation.com, the Philips Arena […]

Q&A with Dirty Guv’nahs; Playing Smith’s Olde Bar Tonight 1/27

By Amanda Miles The Dirty Guv’nahs from Knoxville, Tennessee have been described as “a passionate, jubilant slice of rock meets Americana.” Their gritty roots sound brings crowds to their knees and awakens a funk vibe that has long been missing from the rock scene in the south. Interestingly, The Guv’nahs were born from academia, members […]

What’s Up Thursday?

By Eileen Tilson/ @tktalt_tn This week has flown by! With all the craziness of the week, now is about the perfect time to slow down and catch one of these amazing shows tonight. –Gabe Dixon is no stranger to the music community. The Nashville based singer songwriter has  earned accolades from Paste, The Village Voice, […]

Q&A with Drake White; Playing Smith’s Olde Bar Tonight 1/25

By Amanda Miles There is no simple way to describe Drake White. Raised in Hokes Bluff, Alabama, Drake is reminiscent of an era bygone, filled with soulful cowboys and storytelling troubadours. Drake is no overnight success story, tirelessly playing the bar scene in Nashville for years before a fateful meeting with producer/songwriter Jeremy Stover that […]

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