This weekend there are trees to trim, stocking to stuff and parties to go to. But there’s also music to hear! And plenty of it! Get out there, dance, sing and whatever you do… avoid the mall.
Friday, December 13 – ATL Collective Presents: Dolly Parton’s Home for Christmas @ Eddie’s Attic
The ATL-Collective is back for 2 amazing shows on Friday to cover Dolly Parton’s classic holiday album “Home for Christmas.” If you’ve not been to a Collective event, you’re missing quite a happening. Hand-picked local artists cover a legendary album from start to finish. And what a better way to kick off (or rev up) your holiday season than with this beautiful collection of some of the classics – “First Noel,” “Rudolph,” “Jingle Bells,” even “Joy to the World.” Don’t be a Scrooge. Go watch the coolest take on Christmas music you’re going to hear this year.
Friday, December 13 – Beatles vs. Stones @ The Loft
Lenz and 97.1 The River present a Beatles vs. Stones rock ‘n’ roll showdown at The Loft in Midtown. Thirteen bands, three songs each in battle of the bands featuring music by two of the greatest rock bands of all time!
We interviewed Brazos about his sure to be spooky Friday the 13th show with Ski Lodge. He’s a cool guy.
Friday, December 13 – The Sundogs @ Smith’s Olde Bar
YES. The Sundogs present the third annual TOM PETTY SHOW with special guests. All the hits! Some of the B-sides! All rocked to the utmost by our six-piece rock show! It’s the show of shows, come join the fun and bring two cans of food for the Atlanta Food Bank.
Saturday, December 14 – Kristy Lee, Eric Erdman & Ryan Balthrop @ Eddie’s Attic
That mighty rumble you hear coming from the general direction of Alabama from time to time is none other than Kristy Lee. Her voice like thunder, rolling in before a sweet southern rain. Kristy Lee’s unique rhythms are pure, nourishing, and unapologetic. This woman means it when she takes her voice out to play!
Little Tybee is something of a mini orchestra with its ever-evolving five to ten members all engaged in intricate musicianship. Their name comes from a tiny island off the coast of Georgia where, legend has it, an undetonated atomic bomb from the 1950s lies missing. They jokingly attribute the quirkiness of their tunes to the long-term effects of eating radiation-drenched seafood, but it’s more likely they were just born that way.
Sunday, December 15 – Everything is Terrible! Holiday Special @ The EARL
This holiday season, Everything Is Terrible!, the world famous psychedelic foot soldiers, return with another masterpiece. O’er the last 6 years EIT! has built upon their classic Holiday Special, each year creating a more abominable video collage of everyone’s least favorite time of the year! Decades’ worth of VHS memories of misplaced sentiments, fist fights, erotic Santas, Nazi elves and an endless parade of singing kids will surely destroy everything you love about Christmas. After the dust settles, will we have learned the true meaning of the season? There is only one way to find out. Watch the special!