Interview: David Leinweber @ Eddie’s Attic 1/5

David Leinweber has played in a wide variety of venues and musical styles, ranging from rock, to blues, to folk, to gospel. He has been featured as the “Flatpicking Professor” Dr. Leinweber at the Scottish Bluegrass Association Festival in Perth, Scotland and has also performed widely at regional acoustic music festivals in the South. This […]

What’s Up Tuesday? December 31

New Year’s Eve is finally here! We’ve got plenty of local events going on today, ranging from live music to themed parties, so there’s something for everyone. There’s sure to be a big turnout tonight at all of the events, so make sure to get your tickets in advance so you’re not stuck at the […]

Interview: Bonaventure Quartet @ Eddie’s Attic 1/3

Initially formed as an all-acoustic trio brought together by a mutual adoration for French gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt, Atlanta’s Bonaventure Quartet quickly grew beyond the four musicians that the name suggests. The band found and added more great musicians they just couldn’t live without, and forged a diverse sound unlike anything else heard in the […]

What’s Up Monday? December 30

There are just a couple of days left until the New Year, so make the days count, and come out to see some of these great shows we’ve got going on tonight! Zach Deputy w/ Johnny Awesome and People’s Blues of Richmond @ Smith’s Olde Bar On his newest release Another Day (Eusonia Records, 2011), […]

Q&A with Michelle Malone; Plays Eddie’s Attic New Years’ Eve

By Al Kaufman It’s been a busy year for Atlanta’s preeminent blues mama, Michelle Malone. While she spent the whole year on tour behind 2012’s Day 2 album, she also found time to collaborate with Rocky Mountain Slides to make a guitar slide bearing her name. And, more importantly, she just put the finishing touches […]

Interview: Zach Deputy @ Smith’s Olde Bar 12/30-12/31

  While visiting Zach Deputy’s website, his music is described as “Island-Infused Drum N Bass Gospel Ninja Soul.” Upon listening to the music, this unique genre classification starts to make more sense, as his soulful music blends a variety of influences, all of which make for an interesting take on songwriting. Having released four albums, […]

What’s Up Thursday? December 26

How was you Christmas, Atlanta?? Get anything good? Like, concert tickets perhaps? We’ve got a couple of good concerts in store for you tonight… Coincidentally. Reelin’ in the Dan @ Smith’s Olde Bar Atlanta’s latest musical aggregation Reelin’ In The Dan was born out of a love for the timeless music of Steely Dan.  This 9-piece ensemble […]

Interview: Mike Willis @ Eddie’s Attic 12/27

Nashville based songwriter Mike Willis has developed a regional following by playing his intensely heartfelt music. Originally from Atlanta, the singer songwriter returns to his roots this Friday at Eddie’s Attic for the annual Christmas Hangover Throw-Down Spectacular. Interview by Andrew Chatwood of Eddie’s Attic.   What’s the first gig you ever attended? I am […]

CD Review: People’s Blues of Richmond, Good Time Suicide

By: Emily Jackson  A sip of PBR evokes images of sticky dive bars, red bandanas, ironic mustaches and hazy Instagrams. Its nostalgia-inducing white can (and, let’s face it, its affordability) has made it the drink of choice for the thrift store combers, the facial hair groomers, the tattooed and the irreverent among us. Another Great […]

AMG Weekend Picks: Please PleaseRock Me, Blind Boys of Alabama & More!

This weekend, all you need is love. And eggnog. See a Beatles tribute at Smith’s or listen to live renditions of all of your holiday favorites! Friday, December 20 – Eddie’s Christmas Special @ Eddie’s Attic  Eddie’s Attic presents a holiday showcase of talent including Ryan Horne, Micah Dalton, Nathan Angelo and Jonathan Rich. Independent […]

What’s Up Thursday? December 19

Akara @ The Basement at Graveyard Tavern Also Appearing: Futexture & Deloscinari  Akara is a symphony for the post-digital age. Elegant composition, detailed psychedelic production, mystical vocals with lyrics beyond language and a deep synth bass. Independent of dance music trends without being unaware of them, Akara combines fragments of Baroque music, twentieth-century minimalism and […]

Interview: Joe Gransden @ Eddie’s Attic 12/22

Having performed worldwide and released ten CDs, Joe Gransden is a veteran of his craft. Renowned first for the hard bop approach of his trumpet, Gransden’s singing voice has been compared to that of Chet Baker and Frank Sinatra, and his latest holiday show demonstrates his keen ability to interpret the classics. Joe Gransden will be playing […]

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