Greensky Bluegrass

AMG Weekend Picks 9/25-9/27

Friday, September 25 Lydia w/ Seahaven, The Technicolors, Turnover @ The Loft Genre: Ambient, Indie Sounds like: Copeland, Straylight Run, The Dear Hunter Tickets are $15. Doors open at 6pm. Find Tickets Here! CUSSES w/ Cinemanica & Bear Girl @ The Drunken Unicorn Genre: Rock & Roll Sounds like: Tea Cozies, Ume, Featherface Tickets are […]

Neon Trees

What’s Up This Week 7/13-7/16

Monday, July 13 Neon Trees, Coin, Fictionist @ Center Stage Genre: Indie, Alternative, Alt-Rock Sounds like: Fun., Two Door Cinema Club, Foster The People Tickets are $25. Doors open at 7pm. Find Tickets Here! Grand Vapids, Mail the Horse, Sydney Elise @ The EARL Genre: Indie Rock Sounds like: Two Times, Lee Paradise, Wilder Maker […]

Aaron’s Amphitheater at Lakewood 2014 Summer Concert Lineup

Who’s got time for “summertime sadness” when you’ve got a full season of amazing concerts to attend to? Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood has already kicked off their year with Lady Antebellum, Kip Moore, and Kacey Musgraves last weekend, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band this weekend, and Arcade Fire to welcome in May. Check […]

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Concerts in Atlanta on Tuesday, 4/22

Dan Deacon at The Drunken Unicorn Self proclaimed “a growing, a great gathering of moss”, Dan Deacon is an electronic musician best know for his killer live performances. When we say killer live performance, we mean it. Deacon once got a crowd of 10,000 people to get into a crazy dance competition at an Occupy […]

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 […]

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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 […]

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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.” […]

Concerts in Atlanta This Weekend!

Friday, April 18th Sweetwater 420 Fest: Galactic, Conspirator, Steel Pulse in Centennial Park This weekend Centennial Park will belong to the hippies! Sweetwater 420 Fest 2014 will be hosting a killer lineup of jam, reggae, and jamtronica acts all weekend. Friday’s acts will include Galactic and Steel Pulse and the main Sweetwater Stage, Honey Island […]

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Win Tickets to Elephant Revival!

The five members of Elephant Revival share a deep commitment to certain ideals: community; recognizing one’s place in the flow of the natural world; harmony. Holding on to these ideals in the midst of heady career growth and strong individual creative forces can be difficult, but they weather these storms with aplomb, and in doing […]

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