Interview: Filligar- Playing @ Smith’s Olde Bar August 4th!

Filligar’s new album Hexagon has just been listed as ‘Best New Music’ by American Songwriter Magazine. This is the latest endorsement in a whirlwind year for the band. SPIN dubbed them “One of Music’s Next Big Things” after CMJ Music Festival, they were listed alongside Wilco, Delta Spirit, and Heartless Bastards as “One of America’s […]

What’s Up Wednesday? July 31st

The rain may be back, but we’re not letting that put a damper on our Wednesday! We’ve got a stellar lineup tonight with shows happening at smaller bars, larger indoor venues and outdoor amphitheaters! Don’t let a little drizzle keep you away from an awesome show! Plain White T’s @ Smith’s Olde Bar Plain White […]

Interview: The Howlin’ Brothers- Playing @ Eddie’s Attic August 1st

Meet The Howlin’ Brothers, a Nashville-based band that likes to keep one foot in tradition — and use the other to kick it right out the door. Though they certainly incorporate bluegrass rhythms, these Ithaca College graduates say they’re better described as Americana, where multiple hyphens are the norm and boundaries are not. Earlier this […]

Austin Mahone & Bullet For My Valentine Heading to the Tabernacle!

Austin Mahone @ The Tabernacle October 20th Pop sensation, Austin Mahone, is appearing at the Tabernacle on Sunday, October 20th at 6pm. Special guests are Becky G, Midnight Red and W3 The Future. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, August 2nd at 10am at, charge by phone at 800-745-3000 or […]

Interview: Railroad Earth Playing @ Atlanta Botanical Garden August 10th!

When Railroad Earth started out in 2001, they were a bunch of guys interested in playing acoustic instruments together. As Railroad Earth violin/vocalist Tim Carbone recalls, “All of us had been playing in various projects for years, and many of us had played together in different projects. But this time, we found ourselves all available […]

What’s Up Tuesday? July 30th

Happy Tuesday Atlanta! The sun is shining bright and there are some great musical festivities going on today! What’s not to love about this day? Check it out for yourself! Faye Webster with Special Guest, Foreign Fields @ Eddie’s Attic “There are only a small handful of songwriters and performers who, no matter what song […]

Interview: Molly Stevens of Stevens Layne Playing @ Eddies Attic July 31st!

Molly Stevens and Whitney Layne formed a dynamic duo after meeting in Nashville, Tennessee in 2010. Stevens is a graduate of Mercer University and after graduating taught high school theatre and Humanities for four years. Stevens knew that Nashville was where she had to be to take the next step and packed her bags in […]

Picture Book & Live Review: Last Summer on Earth Tour @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, July 26th

Photos by Ken Lackner & Review by Ryan Swerdlin Every once in a while it is healthy to take a step back and remember where you came from. This was the case for the attendees at Verizon Wireless Encore Park Friday night July 26th when “The Last Summer on Earth” tour passed through town on […]

What’s Up Monday? July 29th

Supposedly the rain is going to hold out until Wednesday, so I’m thinking this is going to be one good Monday! Plus, Kat Edmonson is in town! I’ve heard she puts on a solid show! Check out what else is happening in Atlanta tonight. Lineup below! Kat Edmonson with Special Guest Eliot Bronson @ Eddie’s […]

Interview: Goo Goo Dolls- Playing @ Lakewood Amphitheater August 3rd!

After more than two decades as a band, with nine albums, a catalog of songs that have become ingrained in the pop consciousness and countless concerts for millions of fans, the Goo Goo Dolls are feeling particularly good about their new album: Magnetic. The guys have recently hit the road with Matchbox Twenty to share […]

What’s Up Thursday? July 25th

Happy Thursday everyone! So far, it’s a beautiful day! What’s even better is tonight’s lineup! It’s poppin’ in Atlanta this evening! Check it out. Brendan James @ Eddie’s Attic The Derry, New Hampshire-native started his professional career in New York City. An early champion of his refreshing folk-based sound was Carly Simon, who personally called […]

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