Celebrating 40 Years of Georgia’s Music with Chuck Leavell & Friends!

By: Ryan Swerdlin It was an incredible night of celebrating 40 years of Georgia’s music this past Saturday at The Woodruff Arts Center with Chuck Leavell & Friends along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The lobby of the Alliance Theater was buzzing with folks excited for what the night may bring. With the likes of […]

Live Review: Iris DeMent @ Eddie’s Attic, January 12

Review by Scott Roberts In a plain gray dress and black-rimmed glasses, singer-songwriter Iris DeMent looked more like a stereotypical librarian than the musical treasure that she actually is when she took the stage at Eddie’s Attic last night. But she came out swinging as she, armed with an acoustic guitar, and her skilled backing […]

Live Review: Jamie Lynn Spears @ Eddie’s Attic 12/5

By: Emily Jackson  Last night, Eddie’s Attic in Decatur was packed with high school girls, Southern boys, done-up women and serious musicians. One particular group by the bar in back grew increasingly noisy as the night progressed. That proud, rowdy bunch consisted of none other than Jamie Lynn Spears’ family, friends and soon-to-be husband. Britney […]

Picture Book & Live Review: Third Eye Blind @ The Tabernacle November 22nd

Photos & Review By Jenna Hughes Alternative rockers Third Eye Blind returned to Atlanta on November 22nd after a long hiatus, selling out The Tabernacle effortlessly and proving that the band still has a devoted following after sixteen years together. Shrouded in shadows, the band took the stage to teasers of “Don’t Believe a Word” […]

Live Review: Drake @ Philips Arena

Minutes after bringing a middle-aged Atlantan on stage and sweetly serenading her with “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” Drake spat some heavy threats on another new song, “Worst Behavior.” Such is the duality of Aubrey Graham. “Hold On, We’re Going Home” is a refreshing, though slightly misplaced, piece of ear candy dropped in the middle […]

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