What’s Up Monday 12/1

Happy December, Atlantans! If you aren’t ready for the workweek just yet, check out Kristian Bush tonight and let the weekend continue! Kristian Bush and Friends – Encore with special guests, Ellis Paul, Canaan Smith & Larkin Poe at Eddie’s Attic For a decade, Kristian Bush built his reputation as one half of the multi-platinum, […]

Michael Martin Murphy

Show Preview: Michael Martin Murphey at Eddie’s Attic on 9/24

Michael Martin Murphey is a legendary songwriter and performer originally from Dallas, Texas. In the early 1970s, Rolling Stone Magazine hailed Murphey as “one of the best songwriters in America.” He was a part of the so-called original Outlaw country movement, playing alongside other maverick performers such as Willie Nelson and Jerry Jeff Walker. Since that […]

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 Ashley Monroe; Playing Rome River Jam 5/18

Ashley Monroe is a country music singer/songwriter. Her first album, Satisfied, was released in May 2009. Two years later, Monroe, Miranda Lambert and Angeleena Presley formed a group called the Pistol Annies. Pistol Annies released their debut album, Hell on Heels, in late 2011. Monroe released her latest studio album, Like a Rose, in March […]

Live Review & Picture Book: Cole Swindell @ Peachtree Tavern, 4/5

Small town country boy, Cole Swindell left Bronwood, Georgia with a lot of inspiration and just enough experience to begin his career while he attended Georgia Southern University. While at Georgia Southern, Cole met fellow Sigma Chi fraternity brother, Luke Bryan, and sparked a remarkable musical relationship. The two played shows together at local bars […]

Interview with Angie Aparo; Playing @ Eddie’s Attic Friday, March 15th

EMI recording artist Angie Aparo is the songwriting talent behind such big hits as Faith Hill’s “Cry”. A highly respected and accomplished singer and performer himself, Angie has appeared on stage and recordings with Tim McGraw, Edwin McCain, Matchbox 20 and Faith Hill to name but a few. We took the time to ask the […]

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