Throwback Thursday: Roxie Watson

Talk about girl power…female quintet string band Roxie Watson from Decatur, GA has certainly created a name for themselves. Word of mouth and perseverance has gained them attention the surely deserve. James Kelly from Creative Loafing claims, “these musicians have jelled into a nifty little bluegrass band… nice blended vocals and easy-going picking give the […]

Throwback Thursday: Eliot Bronson

The cover of Eliot Bronson’s latest self-titled album shows a more contemplative side of the artist than previous releases. The folk/rock/country hybrid has been drawing attention from critics who call the album “one of the best this year.”(Glide Magazine). In honor of his success, and his upcoming show at Eddie Attic, we take a look […]

Throwback Thursday: Countdown to Five Eight

Athens alternative rock foursome, Five Eight, has been rocking stages all across the country since signing with Sky Records in 1990. Now, more than 20 years and countless hit records later, the band is preparing for the re-release of its album Weirdo and an accompanying tour! Today we revisit a 2012 AMG interview with the band as […]

Throwback Thursday: There’s Something About Gabe

When we first caught up with Nashville sweetheart, Gabe Dixon, he was a newly solo artist. Now, three years later, the indie rock/pop chanteuse, formerly of The Gabe Dixon Band, has proven that he can stand alone, and do it well. In December 2014, Gabe’s single, One Thing, was featured on Tone Free Music’s independent artist compilation, Nashville’s Indie Spotlight 2015. Dixon’s […]

Throwback Thursday: Catchin’ Vibes With Theophilus London

There’s no question that alternative hip/hop artist Theophilus London could be found under ‘swagger’ in the dictionary. Fresh, fly and confident, London has recently released his latest album Vibes, executive produced by his close friend Kanye West. According to critics, London’s genre-bending approach draws from a range of styles, from soul-pop and post-punk to electro and […]

Throwback Thursday: The Rocketboys

“We want to play music because we want to. We’re not seeking any ridiculous fame and fortune or anything like that. We just want our music to be heard and for people to like it. We’re trying to do something legitimate and artistic.” -The Rocketboys (Billboard Music Interview) Young, old, male, female; this band has that special […]

Throwback Thursday: Flying Upside Down with Griffin House

Its been more than 5 years since AMG reviewed Ohio crooner Griffin’s House’s 6th self-released album Flying Upside Down. Since then, House has released 3 more albums on his imprint label, Evening Records. The latest of which, Balls, boasts nine tracks co-produced by House. The album “comes from a place I’ve never written from before,” claims House who turned to crowdfunding site, Kickstarter, […]

Throwback Thursday: 5GB With Kelly McFarling

This interview was originally published on April 11, 2012. See Kelly McFarling at Eddie’s Attic on December 28, 2014.  Homegrown and haunting,Kelly McFarling‘s voice spirals powerfully, and progressively over a bed of oldtimey instrumentation. She is from Atlanta, GA, where she learned to sing in church choirs and baseball stadiums, and learned to write through the stories […]

Throwback Thursday: 5GB with Ryan Horne

This Interview was originally published November 29, 2012. Ryan Horne will be taking part in the  5th Annual Christmas Extravaganza with Nathan Angelo, Dwayne Shivers & Jonathan Rich at Eddie’s Attic on December 19, 2014.      Independent singer-songwriter, RYAN HORNE, brings his insatiable creative thirst to the table with his latest release, The Whistler and […]

Throwback Thursday: 5GB With Cory Branan

 This interview was originally published June 14, 2012. Corey Branan will perform Jon Snodgrass and  special guests on December 14, 2014 at The EARL.  We’ve had our eye on Cory Branan for just about as long as he’s been honing his air-tight, clever version of the perfect storysong. For those who don’t know him, though, Branan is […]

Throwback Thursday: Interview with Molly Stevens of Stevens Layne

This interview was originally published on July 29, 2013. Stevens Layne will be performing at Eddie’s Attic on December 7th, 2014. Molly Stevens and Whitney Layne formed a dynamic duo after meeting in Nashville, Tennessee in 2010. Stevens is a graduate of Mercer University and after graduating taught high school theatre and Humanities for four years. Stevens […]

Throwback Thursday: Q&A with Stephen Kellogg

This Q&A was originally published September 15, 2010 by Alec Wooden. Stephen Kellogg will be performing on December 3, 2014 at Eddie’s Attic. There are plenty of ways Stephen Kellogg, frontman of Americana rockers Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers, could have celebrated his band’s 1000th show. In the end, he chose to do it in a […]

Throwback Thursday: 5GB with The Blind Shake

This interview was originally published on October 5, 2012. The Blind Shake will perform at The EARL on December 3, 2014.  By Jhoni Jackson Garage-stomp is the choice term for the Blind Shake. The Minneapolis band employs it in press releases and on their website. There’s no use in arguing—they’re right. There’s no better way to […]

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