Picture Book & Live Review: Justin Townes Earle, John McCauley (from Deer Tick), & Seven Handle Sideshow @ Atlantic Station – December 1st, 2012

Photos and Review by Chandler Mays Atlanta kicked off December and the holiday season with the first show of Atlantic Station’s Winter Wonder Jam, a month-long concert series with a multitude of great artists. The evening began with a glorious performance by half the members of Seven Handle Circus, appropriately nicknamed Seven Handle Sideshow. Armed […]

5GB Interview with Justin Townes Earle, playing the Winter Wonder Jam Series at Atlantic Station, Saturday, Dec. 1st

Justin Townes Earle accepted the 2011 Americana Music Award for Song of the Year, Harlem River Blues, and then took off to the western mountains of North Carolina to record his next album, Nothing’s Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now. With a perfect blend of Country and Soul, Justin has secured his […]

5GB With Deer Tick; Playing The Buckhead Theatre Friday Oct. 21

By Eileen Tilson Did you know that the guys from Deertick consider themselves, “metal heads?” I love these Rhode Island boys, who have been wooing the hipsters and non-hipsters, alike since 2004. Even though they have been compared to the likes of Bright Eyes and Modest Mouse, Deer Tick have always remained a little punk […]

AMG Weekend Picks: Young Orchids, Caddy Shack, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Deer Tick and Crowded House!

We’re all looking forward to a weekend inside, with cool drinks and the AC turned up way, way high. So for this week’s Weekend Picks, we’re staying away from the outdoor events and have even included a movie at The Fox, because when it gets this hot, sometimes you just want to sit in a […]

Buckhead Theatre Opens with Shows by Deer Tick with Dead Confederate and Built To Spill

We’ve missed the Roxy Theater. Despite all the things working against it – the expensive parking, Buckhead traffic, Buckhead in general – it was a venue of a certain size that was not too small (The EARL) or too big (The Tabernacle) for acts like Echo and the Bunnymen and Flogging Molly. But there was […]

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