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 […]

Interview with Bill Taylor of The Bitteroots; Playing 6th Anniversary Show at Eddie’s Attic May 17th

The Bitteroots, a local Atlanta band that has shared the stage with a who’s who list of legendary musicians, are celebrating 6 years of awesome music this Saturday at Eddie’s Attic. Atlanta Music Guide sat down with Bill Taylor,one of the founding members, and chatted about the band’s musical influences, Atlanta’s awesome music scene and […]

Interview with Andrew Burri and Dan Molad of Lucius; Playing Buckhead Theatre May 15th

By Al Kaufman We hear often about the woman behind the man, but occasionally it is worth it to hear about the men behind the women. With Wildewoman, indie-pop band Lucius quickly became known for the infectious harmonies of lead singers Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, the two friends and Berklee grads who often dress […]

Johnnyswim

Interview with Johnnyswim: Performing Live at Smith’s Olde Bar 5/8

Johnnyswim, a folk, soul, pop music duo, consists of husband and wife duo Amanda Sudano and Abner Ramirez whose voices and musical styling blend perfectly (and they’re pretty freakin’ good looking if you ask us). Individually they are each talented singer/songwriters, and together they are a couple with undeniable chemistry that is seen in both […]

The Road To Counterpoint: Exclusive Interview with GRiZ

Grant Kwiecinski aka GRiZ describes himself as “somewhere between classically trained fuckin’ jazz instrumentalist saxaphone meets stoner meets technology meets bass music.” And for that very accurate, no holds barred, depiction of himself, we love him even more. As sad as we are at AMG that our Road To Counterpoint artist spotlights are coming to […]

Interview with Paul Deakin of the Mavericks

By Al Kaufman Back in 1989, when country music stars were pseudo-cowboys wearing oversized hats, a band formed in Miami, fronted by a Cuban-American who sounded like Roy Orbison’s long lost kid brother. They called themselves The Mavericks, but nobody knew what to call their music. They were country, but because they infused their music […]

Exclusive Interview with Seth Glier: Folk Singer, Grammy Nominee & Philanthropist

Seth Glier first found his passion for singing and songwriting amidst the chaos of the September 11th tragedies back in 2001. “The events of that day we’re running around in my head and I didn’t have an outlet. I didn’t know how to process so I starting writing my thoughts down which ultimately became songs.” […]

Catching Up With Ben Taylor, Playing Eddie’s Attic 4/8

You probably recognize Ben Taylor. Perhaps from his recurring role on NBC’s American Dreams or while flipping through the pages of your People, Vogue, or Rolling Stone magazines. While you will recognize him from his time in the spotlight, you’ll remember him by his wit and skill as a singer-songwriter. The rave reviews surrounding Ben […]

Amy Black

Interview with Amy Black

Amy Black is a Boston-based singer/songwriter. She has storytelling and Southern tradition in her blood. She’s been playing, touring and writing ever since a late night, kitchen table epiphany.  Riding high on the release of her sophomore album, “This Is Home,” (February 2014) Black set out on a series of showcases across the Southeast. Now she […]

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