Fast Cars, Surprise Stars & Turnt Up Tunes

As you probably already know, Gumball 3000 Supercars & Exclusive concert is making a stop at Centennial Olympic Park on Thursday, June 5th, but what exactly can you expect from this supercar event and exclusive concert? Let us break it down for you with three of our favorite words: cars, celebs & music. Have you […]

Live Tunes for Tuesday 5/27

Ed Roland and the Sweet Tea Project @ Eddie’s Attic For the past two decades, Atlanta native Ed Roland has been the front man and heart of the platinum-selling rock band Collective Soul. He has written seven #1 radio hits, and has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide. For Roland’s new project, Ed Roland […]

Interview with Roxie Watson- Playing Eddie’s Attic 5/24

Don’t be fooled by the name- Roxie Watson is more than a woman- in fact, it’s actually 5 women who make up this mandolin-picking, guitar-strumming, harmonious quintet. The bluegrass group is made up of longtime friends-  Beth Wheeler (mandolin), Lenny Lasater (bass), Linda Bolley (acoustic & electric guitar), Sonia Tetlow (banjo) and Becky Shaw (lap […]

Thursday 5/22 Concerts

  Eric Dodd w/ Josh Brannon Band / Moriah Domby @ Smith’s Olde Bar At the tender age of 11 years old, Dodd attended his first concert, which happened to be the Counting Crows.  Dodd was enchanted by that intangible bolt of awareness that hits you when you really feel something. This was real.  This was […]

Party in the Park Artist Spotlight: Girl Talk

  Ludacris, Elton John, Gwen Stefani, Lil Wayne, Beyonce, Nirvana – all greats in their own right, but you probably wouldn’t expect to find them all on one album, unless, of course, that album is the product of Girl Talk. Since the early 2000’s, Gregg Gillis, the mastermind behind Girl Talk, has been creating music […]

Party in the Park Artist Spotlight: MGMT

  Best known for their hits like, “Your Life is a Lie,” “Kids,” and “Electric Feel,” MGMT has been in the game since 2002. Well, they kind of accidently stumbled into the game. Ben Goldwasser, one of the founding members of the group, put it like this, “It just came from us hanging out, messing […]

Party in the Park Artist Spotlight: The Joy Formidable

  SPIN called The Joy Formidable’s music “ambitious… drenched in fuzzy bass, propelled by… driving percussion… the album transforms ear-stabbing reverb into something pretty, airy, girly, and sometimes dark.” While The Guardian praised the band as “darkly joyous soft-loud racket.” There’s no doubt that reviewers LOVE The Joy Formidable and if you don’t yet, you will […]

Live Music For Wednesday, May 14

  Go Down Moses with special guests MamaDear @ Eddie’s Attic Go Down Moses first met each other at college in Nashville, TN back in 2010. Since then, they’ve been writing, recording, and touring the southeast, opening for acts such as Love & Theft and Mac McAnally, among others. Following a sold out show at […]

The Twitterverse is Abuzz Over WRAS Format Change

The Twitterverse is Abuzz Over WRAS Format Change

  On Tuesday, May 6th, Georgia State University announced a new partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting. The agreement states that, as of June 2nd, Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) will begin broadcasting using the University’s radio station, WRAS-Atlanta, signal during daytime hours. The format shift will allow GPB to broadcast its programming, which will primarily be focused on news and […]

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