Georgia Goes To SXSW

As festivals go, the SXSW Festival in Austin, TX is one of the biggest, most diverse and longest running music festival around. What started back in 1987 at the Driskill Hotel featuring a handful of up and coming and regional bands the festival has grown into an enormous gathering of passionate creators and consumers working […]

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Today is Georgia Music Day!!

Georgia Music Partners (GMP) cordially invites you to attend the Georgia Music Day Event! Wednesday, March 2nd 2016 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM At the State Capitol in downtown Atlanta.     Georgia Music Day is your opportunity to be a part of the collective voice of Georgia Music Partners as we address our lawmakers on the key […]

AMG Weekend Picks 8/1-8/3: AJ Ghent, Blair Crimmins, Chinua Hawk, and more!

Happy weekend, Atlanta! Check out all the awesome shows happening all around the city this weekend and let us know what you get into. Friday, August 1st, 2014 Whores @ The Basement Local Noise Rock band, Whores. hit The Basement @ Graveyard Tavern this Friday. They were in other bands. Now they’re in this band. Soon we […]

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What’s Up Tuesday, May 6th

If you’re not headed out to Lady Gaga’s artRave tonight, here are a few equally awesome shows to check out instead. Grouplove @ The Tabernacle Grouplove’s latest album, Spreading Rumors, is an incredibly special album where soaring harmonies coupled with sweeping anthems lead you through their powerful journey. Like the members of GROUPLOVE, their music […]

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Rockin’ It In The Sticks: Rock to Stop Childhood Cancer

Rockin’ It In The Sticks Music Festival will take over Downtown Dawsonville, Georgia, Friday, May 9th and Saturday, May 10th, but this will be no ordinary music festival. A portion of the ticket sales will go towards the “Livi’s Wish” Olivia Graham Benefit Fund. “Livi’s Wish” strives to share the story of Olivia’s battle with […]

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What’s Up Monday? March 10

Spring is in the aiiiir! The birds are a little chirpier, the sun is a little brighter, and you know what that means? More shows! Bear’s Den @ the EARL Bear’s Den are London trio Andrew Davie, Joey Haynes, and Kevin Jones. The music they make is wholesome, warm, and engaging, and takes its influence […]

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What’s Up Monday? March 3rd

Rainy days and Mondays always get me down, but awesome concerts are the perfect pick-me-up. Start your week off right with these: Lion in the Mane / Rookie of the Year w/ Microwave @ Smith’s Olde Bar Formerly known as The Atlas, Lion in the Mane formed in 2009 and brilliantly executed the debut of […]

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What’s Up Wednesday? February 26

Teddy Geiger with special guest, Russell Howard @ Eddie’s Attic Teddy Geiger catapulted to stardom with the million selling hit, “For You I Will”, featured on Geiger’s critically acclaimed debut album, Underage Thinking, which entered the Billboard charts at #8 in 2006. Just 16-years old, Teddy launched a 3-year international tour and grabbed silver screen […]

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Live Review: Odesza @ Terminal West, February 21

On February 21st, Odesza hit the stage at their sold out show Terminal West @ King Plow. Opener Real Magic primed the first few attendees for a spirited production and the masses filled in slowly but surely. After publicly scolding whoever touched their laptop in between performances, Odesza dove headfirst into their seamless, beat-based setlist. The […]

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What’s Up Monday? February 24

Sleepy Sun @ The Basement at Graveyard Tavern In the six years since Sleepy Sun released the White Dove 7”, the Northern California band sometimes seemed to live the lives of a hundred bands. It’s that core, and the experiential sum of those hundred lives, that shape the band’s new songs. In the sounds of […]

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Local Spotlight: Sarah Michaud “More Than Ordinary” EP Review

Written By: Patrick Moffett The tried-and-true story of love: from the elated highs down to the devastating heartbreaks and the customary torching of past memories, it will never retire from the songwriting world. Love songs are invariably there for us, from a tear-soaked crutch and the indignant middle finger, to the celebration of true love […]

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