CD Review: Seth Glier — The Next Right Thing; Playing Eddie’s Attic, February 22

CD Review: Seth Glier — The Next Right Thing; Playing Eddie’s Attic, February 22

Seth Glier The Next Right Thing MPress By Al Kaufman The late Chet Baker and Jeff Buckley had them. Rufus Wainright and KD Lang have them. We’re speaking of voices that transcend gender in their beauty. They are gorgeously androgynous voices that make you want to sleep with their owners regardless of your gender or […]

CD Review: Rachael Sage — Delancey St.; Playing Eddie’s Attic October 10

CD Review: Rachael Sage — Delancey St.; Playing Eddie’s Attic October 10

Rachael Sage Delancey St. MPress Records By Al Kaufman Rachael Sage is a pop goddess. Equal parts chutzpah and glamour, her songs are glittery and shiny, but carry enough weight that they never never fly away. She’s constantly in fishnets of some sort, but she’s smart enough to start up and maintain her own record company. […]

Q&A with Wild West Picture Show; Playing Reunion Show at Eddie’s Attic, August 27

Q&A with Wild West Picture Show; Playing Reunion Show at Eddie’s Attic, August 27

By Scott Roberts One of the busiest and most beloved bands on the local Atlanta scene during the 1990s was Wild West Picture Show. Their ahead-of-the curve blend of country, rock, and punk influences never failed to please crowds and fill bars and clubs in the metro area and beyond. After more than a decade […]

Live Review: Lissy Rosemont of the Junior League Band, John Pringle at Eddie’s Attic, August 13

By Jim Simpson, photos by Ashlee-Jean Trott Lissy Rosemont came back home on Friday, literally and figuratively. The Atlanta native and current D.C. resident recalled coming to Eddie’s Attic as a child with her father, a local fixture on the Bluegrass scene years ago — and here she was headlining.

CD Review: The Junior League Band — Jelly Roll; Playing Eddie’s Attic, August 13

CD Review: The Junior League Band — Jelly Roll; Playing Eddie’s Attic, August 13

The Junior League Band Jelly Roll Beaver Records By Jim Simpson The Junior League Band’s third full-length release begins with the most promising and enticing invitation to a party as ever there was one: “Give me some sugar and hold me tight/The whiskey’s out, don’t be a stranger tonight.” With banjo player/lead singer Lissy Rosemont’s […]

CD Review: Will Kimbrough — Wings; Playing Eddie’s Attic, July 25

CD Review: Will Kimbrough — Wings; Playing Eddie’s Attic, July 25

Will Kimbrough Wings Daphne By Al Kaufman Like his musical friends  Tommy Womack, Rodney Crowell, and, to a lesser degree, Todd Snider, Will Kimbrough has comfortably settled into middle age. On his fifth solo CD (he has released at least five others as part of various bands and produced a few others) Nashville/Americana stalwart Kimbrough […]

UGA Music Business Program Hosting Music Business Panels at Eddie’s Attic on April 24

The smart folks at the UGA Music Business Program are hosting a couple of music business panels at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur this Saturday. Here’s the details: Panel 1, “HOW I GOT MY MUSIC BUSINESS OFF THE GROUND” will run from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm and panel 2, “30 SECONDS TO PITCH YOUR PLAN” […]

CD Review: George Winston — Love Will Come: The Music of Vince Guaraldi, Vol 2; Playing Presser Hall at Agnes Scott College

George Winston Love Will Come: The Music of Vince Guaraldi, Vol 2 By Eric Chavez Looking for that little something to calm your nerves and put a smile on your face? Grammy-award winning solo pianist George Winston knows a thing or two about how to tickle the ivories for that effect. The disc, a collection […]

Live Review: Justin Townes Earle, Dawn Landes @ Eddie’s Attic, January 31

Live Review: Justin Townes Earle, Dawn Landes @ Eddie’s Attic, January 31

By Jennifer Gibson Anyone remember uber-geek Waldo from the Van Halen video for “Hot for Teacher”? Well, if I didn’t already know Justin Townes Earle was the eldest progeny of former junkie and sometime-musician Steve (sorry, but his records have been hit or miss for me for the past decade), I’d swear he was sired […]

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