Q&A With Kirk Waldrop of Nine Times Blue; Playing Smith’s Olde Bar 2/21

By Al Kaufman Atlanta’s Nine Times Blue have made quite a name for themselves. Besides their raucous live shows at Smith’s Olde Bar, they released Falling Slowly in 2012. The Grammy-winning Don McCallister-produced album garnered the hit single, “Falling Slowly.”  The guitar fueled, power-pop quartet follow that up with a six-song EP, Matter of Time. […]

Interview: Willie Sugarcapps @ Eddie’s Attic 2/1

Willie Sugarcapps’ collective musical experiences mingle together to create a new kind of organic and artisanal music. It’s laid back, it rocks, it comes from classic country, from the blues, from New Orleans and from the best kind of rock ‘n’ roll. It tells a story through five individual voices full of character and experience […]

Interview: The Wild Feathers @ The Loft 2/1

The Wild Feathers finished last year with several accomplishments under their belt. Performing over 200 shows, releasing their first full length, and even performing their single “The Ceiling” on Conan, the Wild Feathers are quickly becoming one of the most talked about bands in the scene. The band is coming to the Loft this Saturday, […]

Interview: The Soul Rebels @ The Loft 1/31

The Soul Rebels came together under the idea of combining contemporary music with traditional New Orleans Jazz fundamentals. What results from this foundation, is a unique brass section with exciting originals and  amusing renditions of popular songs. Coming to the Loft this Friday, drummer Derrick Moss spoke with Alex May about their unique sound and increasing […]

Interview: Neulore @ Vinyl 1/29

Neulore is a modern folk band based in Nashville, TN, created in 2009 by band members Adam Agin and William T. Cook. After releasing a well-crafted debut EP, “Apples & Eve,” they have begun to take their heartfelt songs to the masses. With a live show that not only entertains, but affects, leaving the audience with […]

Interview: Catie Curtis @ Eddie’s Attic 1/26

Since the release of her last album in 2009,  Catie Curtis has toured extensively, playing a number of diverse venues ranging from Chicago’s legendary Old Town School of Folk Music to the White House. On her new album Stretch Limousine,  Curtis delivers some of the finest material of her career: ten original songs that push at […]

Interview: Jerry Joseph @ Eddie’s Attic 1/22

  Jerry Joseph has worn a lot of hats over more than three decades in the music trenches – righteous rocker, hyper-observant cultural observer, spiritual & political firebrand, force of nature live performer – but the bedrock of what he does has always been songwriting of the highest caliber. Joseph is a kindred tunesmith to […]

Interview: John Jones @ Eddie’s Attic 1/19

A native of South Florida, John has been producing, writing and performing his music in the Atlanta area now for the last 7yrs. John’s music is a contemporary blend of jazz, blues, pop with soulful vocals. His purpose with music “is to unite all the different audiences of music together and make each and every person feel […]

Interview: The Shadowboxers @ Eddie’s Attic 1/16

The Atlanta-based Shadowboxers have a passion for captivating lyrics, tight harmonies, and soulful vocals. Founding members Scott Schwartz, Matt Lipkins, and Adam Hoffman experienced an almost-instantaneous musical compatibility when they first started jamming. This young band’s unified sound has an R&B-soaked, smart perspective replete with an abundance of vocal talent and songwriting skill. In the short time […]

Interview: Tom Rush @ Eddie’s Attic 1/9

Tom Rush is a gifted musician and performer whose impact on the American music scene has been profound. His musical career began in the early ’60s playing the Boston-area clubs while a Harvard student, demonstrating an uncanny knack for finding wonderful songs, and writing his own. His distinctive guitar style, wry humor and warm, expressive voice have made him […]

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