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 […]

Throw Back Thursday: Q & A with Jay Brannan – October 2009

This interview was originally published in October 2009. Jay Brannan is back on August 8th at Eddie’s Attic!  Singer/songwriter (and actor) Jay Brannan is coming to Atlanta on October 20 to showcase his latest album, In Living Cover.  The album is Jay’s second and features two original tunes, as well as seven impeccably-performed covers, including The Cranberries’ “Zombie,” The Verve Pipe’s “The Freshman” and  “All I Want,” […]

5GB With Jay Brannan; Playing Eddie’s Attic Saturday August 18th & 19th

Singer/songwriter Jay Brannan is a New Yorker by way of Texas, California, and several stops in between. He first made headlines as an actor in John Cameron Mitchell’s indie film sensation “Shortbus”, offering an international platform for his first full-length musical release, entitled goddamned, which made its debut as the No. 25 overall Top Album […]

What’s Going On Tuesday?

By Eileen Tilson Happy Tuesday Y’all! Now just because it is a Tuesday,  does not mean that there are not a ton of music happenings going on around town, so just in case you find yourself itching to get out, here are some AMG suggestions: -The ever so talented, David Gray, returns again for an […]

CD Review: Jay Brannan — In Living Cover; Playing Eddie’s Attic, September 7

Jay Brannan In Living Cover Great Depression Records By Al Kaufman Jan Brannan is not a happy guy. He is a self-described “antisocial misanthrope.” His Christmas song is titled “Christmas Really Sucks.” His record company is called Great Depression Records. He hates dogs, Air Canada, and the Best Buy on 23rd and 6th in Manhattan. […]

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