AMG Weekend Picks! Vince Gill, Robert Flack and Peabo Bryson, Lower Dens, Matthew Perryman Jones, and More!

We’re always on the lookout for great new artists and this weekend you can certainly check out a variety of bands in many different settings! If you’re feeling the summer heat, and we are, then you must see and hear the legendary artists at Atlanta Botanical Garden and The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater! Dread these […]

5GB With Lower Dens; Playing The Earl, June 22nd

Based out of Baltimore, MD, Lower Dens is one of many side projects from singer/songwriter Jana Hunter. Hunter is also joined by guitarist Will Adams, bassist Geoff Graham, and drummer Abram Sanders. Together, the freak folk quartet has a sound that is psychedelic and murky, embodying the experimental nature of the Baltimore music scene with […]

Presale Code For Allen Stone; Playing The Loft, Oct. 4th

From backwoods barbecues and community gatherings; Allen Stone emerges to share personal melodies, telling his tales of life after just 24 years. Getting his start singing at his father’s church in small-town America; it wasn’t until later when introduced to the greats of soul music (Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin) and then to the confessional lyrical […]

5GB With The Corduroy Road; Playing Their CD Release Show Tonight At Smith’s Olde Bar

These days, it is not uncommon to find a band bio that reads “Americana folk-rock,” in fact, if you grow a beard and start wearing plaid you pretty much would fit right in to the hipster East Nashville scene. However, few of these bands are actually from the South, and certainly less than that have […]

Preview: The Big Bang Ball, Saturday, June 23 at The Goat Farm

By Gini Strobel When most of us think about carnivals and circuses, cheesy clowns and lion tamers come to mind.  While the major circus companies have taken on more of a Disney-like spin, there are a few groups trying to recreate the original sideshow style, dust bowl, carnival attractions.  Circuses were created hundreds of years […]

What’s Up Thursday?

You know, honestly I don’t have much to say this morning, so instead of trying make some cheesy joke, I’ll just tell ya what we got going on in this little city of ours: -Since its inception by Drew Carman and Dylan Solise in early 2006, The Corduroy Road has melded bluegrass, Americana, folk rock, […]

Interview with Phil Jones of Dog Bite; Playing the EARL, tonight, June 21

By Jhoni Jackson Dropping out of art school and moving back home could do well to clog an 18-year-old’s creative flow. But when Phil Jones left the SCAD’s Savannah campus four years ago, he stumbled upon a new medium for materializing his ideas: music. “I was bored because all my friends were still in Savannah,” […]

5GB With Roberta Flack; Playing Frederick Brown Amphithteater With Peabo Bryson, Saturday, June 23rd

Internationally hailed as one of the greatest songstresses of our time, Roberta Flack remains unparalleled in her ability to tell a story through her music from pop to soul to folk to jazz. In 1972, a re-release of her song, “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” from her first LP, zoomed to number one and […]

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