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What’s Up Monday?

I WANT MY MTV!!! Well, even with the return of Matt Pinfield’s famed “120 Minutes,” MTV still isn’t what it used to be, but we still wish a happiest 30th birthday to the network that made it cool to rock some spandex and hypercolor tees… While you are doing keg stands celebrating, here are some […]

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Ok Go Release New Interactive Music Video

And they have done it again! Always setting musical trends, OK Go teamed up with director Trish Sie (sister of lead singer Damian Kulash), the modern dance troupe Pilobolus and a team from Google to create the latest HTML5 Chrome Experiment and musical experience.The project showcases the latest in modern browser technology, using 12 separate windows to create a kaleidoscopic dance that is […]

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Is Social Media Really Making You Fans?

By Eileen Tilson There was a fascinating article in Hypebot today, that really nailed the reason why social media can actually be hurting your ability to get fans. Over the past week, Google+ has been all the rage, being called the “Facebook-killer” and even a “Twitter replacement,” but is it really? And now the music […]

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What’s Up Wednesday?

If you live in the City of Atlanta and love music, you have absolutely NO reason not to be at one of the amazing shows going on tonight! -It will be a night of whiskey-fueled debauchery at Aaron’s Lakewood Amphitheater tonight, as the Kings of Leon rock it out with the Band of Horses. And […]

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What’s Up Tuesday?

– Oh, they grow up so fast! Come see two of our little Georgia Peaches, Paul McDonald and Lauren Alaina, and the rest of the “American Idol” 2011 finalists at the Gwinnett Arena as they do the best damn cover songs this little country has voted on. – If you find yourself “in limbo,” check out […]

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Q&A With Steve Gorman (Black Crowes) On New Supergroup Trigger Hippy; Playing Smith’s Olde Bar, July 27

By Eileen Tilson You might not recognize the name “Steve Gorman,” but I guarantee you have heard his work. For the greater part of two decades, Gorman has been the drummer for Grammy nominated Georgia boys, The Black Crowes. In 2010, The Black Crowes officially decided to put the brakes on for a bit. Although […]

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What’s Up Monday?

– Philadelphia sensation Christina Perri will be singing her “So You Think You Can Dance” hit, “Jar of Hearts” with special guest Honey Honey at The Loft. Make sure and read our AMG interview with her here. – Make sure and bring your earplugs or your neck brace to The EARL tonight where YOB, known […]

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What’s Up Thursday?

-The residents of Alpharetta are gonna be bouncing in their khaki shorts as Cleveland’s favorite hip-hop son, Kid Cudi, blows out the speakers with his musical wizardry at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. Joining him on stage is Chip Tha Ripper. – The Mayor of Little Five Points, AKA Team Luis, presents his FREE show at […]

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What’s Up Wednesday?

Happy Hump Day! Here’s a few things to keep your mind out of the gutter: -Keeping busy with side projects like Tool and Ashes Divide, the members of A Perfect Circle haven’t disappeared from the music scene during their break. The reunited band returns to Atlanta after a six years to play the Tabernacle with […]

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Georgia Music Partners Takes Initiative To The Golden Dome

By Eileen Tilson An interesting article was in the Atlanta Business Chronicle‘s SaportaReport today. Tammy Hurt, co-founder of the Georgia Music Partners, explains just how, if their initiative passes, the Georgia music community will benefit financially. A study recently done for the  “Economic and Fiscal Impact Analysis of the Music Industry in Georgia,” recently published […]

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