What’s Up Tuesday? December 3

Anthony Green @ The Loft The Circa Survive frontman brings his solo show to Atlanta tonight at the Loft, performing songs off of the newly released Young Legs. Doors at 7pm. Tickets are $17. $21 admission includes a digital pre-order of Anthony’s album “Young Legs.”     Patterson Hood & The Downtown Rumblers @ Eddie’s Attic Worn out […]

What’s Up Monday? December 2

With Thanksgiving having passed, it’s officially time to start preparing for the holidays! What better way to start than to see your favorite artists? Kristian Bush and Friends w/ Chris Young and Brett James @ Eddie’s Attic Kristian Bush is a Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist who started his career with folk rock […]

What’s Up Monday? November 25

We start off this Thanksgiving week with a healthy dose of music and comedy, so step out of the cold and into an evening show!   An Evening with Emily Kinney @ Eddie’s Attic Emily Kinney is an actor and songwriter best known for her role as Beth Greene on AMC’s hit television series The […]

What’s Up Tuesday? November 19

What’s Up Tuesday? November 19

Still getting used to the early darkness brought on by daylight savings time? No need to fret, just come on out to one of these great concerts we’ve got going on tonight! Charli XCX w/ Kitten @ Vinyl Charli XCX’s persuasive lyricism, sweeping synths, and coy raps reflect her belief of the need to reboot British […]

What’s Up Monday? November 11

We’ve got a great selection of shows happening this week. Start the week off right with some of our top picks!   Kung Fu @ Smith’s Olde Bar Blurring the line between intense electro-fusion, and blistering dance arrangements, Kung Fu are bringing their unique sound to Atlanta, tonight at Smith’s Olde Bar. Doors open at […]

AMG Weekend Picks: Mary Chapin Carpenter, Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers and Grand Funk Railroad

By: Shelby Lum Look no further for plans, Atlanta, we know what your doing (and it’s probably something on this list!). Whether you are wanting to make the most of your time with a trip to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens paired with some fantastic music, or looking for something a little different in the electronic […]

Music Midtown 2013 Lineup Announced!

The official 2013 Music Midtown lineup has been announced and man, are we stoked! Music lovers will unite once again on Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21, at Piedmont Park to enjoy set after set of killer tunes! Tickets will go on sale THIS Saturday, June 22, at 10 AM through all Ticketmaster outlets. […]

Interview with Travis and Zach of Coheed and Cambria; Playing @ the Tabernacle Tonight (3/5)

Sitting comfortably on a plush, brown couch backstage at the Tabernacle, Travis Stever and Zach Cooper of the band Coheed and Cambria, seem completely relaxed and at ease. The guys have been on tour for a while now promoting their new two-part album, The Afterman Ascension and The Afterman Descension. I took some time to […]

Rock N Roll Ride Benefitting Grady Health Foundation This Saturday

Get your helmets on! On Saturday AirTran Airways is hosting their Rock-n-Roll Ride to celebrate public safety personnel from across Georgia and support traumatic injuries treated at Grady Health System, metro Atlanta’s only Level 1 trauma center. The ride, which begins at Killer Creek Harley-Davidson, also benefits Gold Shield Foundation of Metro Atlanta, an organization dedicated […]

CD Review: Taylor Moore Band — Taylor Moore & The Bordeaux Brothers EP; Playing Smith’s Olde Bar, February 28

Taylor Moore Band Taylor Moore & The Bordeaux Brothers EP By Sam Parvin Taylor Moore is good at fooling people.  While his sounds are obviously blues-influenced, do not expect the usual three-chord B-Side Blues here.  His guitar skills are reminiscent of a well-seasoned musician; with tricky riffs, tempo changes, and seamless harmonies.  But the kid […]

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