Interview with Roger Miller of Mission of Burma, Playing @ The Earl Saturday, March 16th

Mission of Burma is an American post-punk band formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1979. The band was formed by Roger Miller (guitar), Clint Conley (bass), Peter Prescott (drums) and Martin Swope (tape manipulator/sound engineer). Miller, Conley and Prescott share singing and songwriting duties. Many bands have cited Burma as an inspiration, including Nirvana, Pearl Jam […]

Interview with the Buddy O’Reilly Band; Playing @ Eddie’s Attic, March 17th

Interview with the Buddy O’Reilly Band; Playing @ Eddie’s Attic, March 17th

Born in a pub and raised on concert and festival stage, the Buddy O’Reilly Band has been a driving force for Irish and American roots music for the past twenty five years. “The Buddies”, as they’re known to their fans, have the uncanny ability to present great time-honored traditional music in a vibrant, engaging way. […]

Interview with Angie Aparo; Playing @ Eddie’s Attic Friday, March 15th

EMI recording artist Angie Aparo is the songwriting talent behind such big hits as Faith Hill’s “Cry”. A highly respected and accomplished singer and performer himself, Angie has appeared on stage and recordings with Tim McGraw, Edwin McCain, Matchbox 20 and Faith Hill to name but a few. We took the time to ask the […]

What’s Up Tuesday? March 12th

It’s a beautiful day in Atlanta and what makes it even better is that there are some great shows going on tonight! If you want to kick it with friends and listen to some awesome music, then look no further! Here’s the lineup for tonight:     Natural Vibrations @ Smith’s Olde Bar Natural Vibrations, […]

Interview with Bad Bad Lola; Playing @ Smith’s Olde Bar Saturday, March 16th

Dim lighting, candles, wine and beer set the mood for the intimate house show put on by Bad Bad Lola for close family and friends this past Sunday night. Wearing gold glitter heels, a sultry black wig and red lipstick, singer Simone Irwin belted out four soulful tunes, while guitarist Julio Miranda, and bassist Monty […]

What’s Up Monday? March 11th

It may be a dreary Monday, but there are some great shows going on that will brighten up your night! Whether you enjoy the bar scene in the East Atlanta Village or a rowdy, club-like venue like Terminal West or the Masquerade, we have a show for you! From punk-rock to disco-y standout music to […]

2013 MEEHAN’S SHAMROCK & ROLL featuring Kingsized & The Breakfast Club, Sandy Springs, Sat Mar. 9

Rock 100.5 & Guinness present 2013 MEEHAN’S SHAMROCK & ROLL. Celebrate St. Partick’s Day a week early at Meehan’s Shamrock & Roll, the biggest St Paddy’s party around, featuring Kingsized and The Breakfast Club! ** Free Entry until 3:30pm ** 10:30 a.m. – Pub Opens, Kegs & Eggs until 12 p.m. 12 p.m. – St. Baldricks Head Shaving […]

5GB Interview with Moontower; Playing @ Eddie’s Attic Saturday, 3/9

Based out of our hometown, Atlanta, Georgia, Moontower was developed by the simple fact of good friends getting together to do what they love: play music! Moontower’s music does not fit into one genre; it is best described as a melodic mix of Rock, Acoustic, Jam, Folk, and Country. Influences range from The Allman Brothers […]

Interview with Travis and Zach of Coheed and Cambria; Playing @ the Tabernacle Tonight (3/5)

Sitting comfortably on a plush, brown couch backstage at the Tabernacle, Travis Stever and Zach Cooper of the band Coheed and Cambria, seem completely relaxed and at ease. The guys have been on tour for a while now promoting their new two-part album, The Afterman Ascension and The Afterman Descension. I took some time to […]

Q&A with Offbeat Hooligans; Playing at The Vinyl at Center Stage, March 2

Offbeat Hooligans was formed at the end of 2010 in Atlanta, GA by bassist/singer Ben Rickard, guitarist Austin Saxon, singer Boris Adamack, and drummer Chris Rickard. OBH started out as a cover band but later evolved into something completely unique. Later, in early 2011, the band was joined by friend Eric Jefferson on drums. The […]

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