Give Thanks For Awesome Giveaways!
We’re thankful for the Atlanta Music Guide community and we’re celebrating the holiday by giving away tickets to a ton of awesome events! We’re giving away two pairs of tickets to each of the following shows! Winners will be selected the day before the show and notified by email. Enter below and GOOD LUCK!
Jim James, vocalist, guitarist, producer and lead songwriter of the band My Morning Jacket, takes the stage at The Tabernacle to promote his new album, Eternally Even.
Join New Zealand indie electronic band as they promote their new album, Simple Forms, which was released in October.
The Shelters, The Hunna & Night Riots at Terminal West on 11/22
from Sirius Radio
THE SHELTERS are a blast of Southern Californian rock and roll from a four-piece like they used to make them when the factory was still up and running.
THE HUNNA are set to be the first band on your playlist, the one you listen to when you’re driving around with the top down. Bleeding of a wistful nostalgia and teamed with an unremitting lust for life that is as infectious as it is relentless, The Hunnas unabashed sound has seen them play in front of sold-out rooms across Europe on a headlining tour and will bring them to the States in Spring of 2016.
NIGHT RIOTS is setting the alternative underworld ablaze as swift and smartly as their brooding, melody-rich and timeless songs have already endeared them to critics.
Andra Day, nominated for Best R&B album in 2015, is kicking off her Cheers to the Fall tour this month, promoting her album of the same name which was released last summer.
Thievery Corporation was formed in the summer of 1995 at Washington D.C.’s Eighteenth Street Lounge and their sound mixes elements of dub, acid jazz, reggae, Indian classical, Middle Eastern, hip-hop, electronica and Brazilian (such as bossa nova).
Flosstradamus is a musical duo consisting of DJs J2K (Josh Young) and Autobot (Curt Cameruci), When it comes to EDM acts that are huge on the Internets, Flosstradamus are kings of the castle. They’ve been bubbling since the MySpace days, and have built the majority of their career on connecting with their fans digitally, then having them turn up at their live gigs