AMG Weekend Preview 04/18/2019 – 04/21/2019

Here’s a quick look at the best shows happening in Atlanta this weekend Thursday, April 18th through Sunday, April 21st!   Plini / Mestis / Dave Mackay at The Masquerade Thursday, April 18th at 7:00pm Event Link PLINI is from this generation of devoted musicians pushing forward the boundaries of the genres they explore, incorporating […]

Atlanta Music Guide Weekend Preview 10/25/18 – 10/28/18

Here’s a quick look at some of the best events Atlanta has to offer this weekend Thursday, October 25th through Sunday, October 28th! 10th Annual Atlanta Mess Around ft. Roky Erickson, Protex and more in East Atlanta Village Friday, October 26th – Saturday, October 27th Event Link The Atlanta Mess–Around turns 10 the weekend of Oct. 26-28, and […]

Top 10 Weekend Picks 8/8-8/10: Jay Brannan, Hello Ocho and more!

Friday, August 8th OK Productions Presents: Jay Brannan @ Eddie’s Attic Everything about Jay Brannan’s young career is improbable. Defying legions of critics both personal and professional, he has managed to build a shockingly dedicated following in a very non-traditional way. Urged to stick to society’s conventions during his Southern upbringing, Jay has become a […]

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How to Ring in 2011 in Atlanta

We’ve put together a handy little list of how to rock ‘n’ roll into the New Year in our hometown. And we’ve even got a little video from The EARL to get you in the celebratory mood. Noot d’Noot with Gentleman Jesse and his Men at The EARL Gringo Star joins eclectic funky bunch Noot […]

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Get Ready for The Atlanta Mess-Around, April 23-24 at The EARL and 529

The Atlanta Mess-Around is back with a weekend packed full of musical goodies! Nearly two-dozen bands will grace the stages at the EARL and 529 for the Douchemaster, Rob’s House and Triple D’s hosted annual event on April 23-24. A limited number of two-day passes are still available, which allow entry to both nights at […]

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Live Review: GG King, The Fresh & Onlys, King Khan & the Shrines @ The EARL, March 27

Written by Jhoni Jackson Locally grown from Carbonas seeds, GG King played their raw, punk-inclined tunes as fast as their sound’s general tempo, cramming in as many songs as possible in the allotted time. The whole gang’s serious looks of concentration dominated their presence – until the drummer started making pig noises before the last […]

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