What’s Up Thursday? November 7

On this date in 1967, Elton John, still going by Reg Dwight, and Bernie Taupin signed their first major publishing deal. Both of their parents were there to witness the signing since they were both still minors. Also, in 1988 – Michael Jackson released the seventh single from the album Bad, “Smooth Criminal”. Now check […]

What’s Up Monday? September 9

Happy Monday! Hope your weekend was great! Let the fun continue because we have some great shows going on tonight! Check them out below! Chelsea Wolfe with True Widow @ The Earl How often nowadays do we read of an artist’s “intensity”, or their rhetorical, one-of-a-kind individuality? Journalistic hyperbole routinely contorts the mundane into the […]

What’s Up Thursday? August 1st

Is it really August already? Where has this year gone? We’ve been enjoying all of the Atlanta music festivities so much that the time has just flown by! Check out the lineup tonight and enjoy yet another awesome show! Jackson County Line @ Eddie’s Attic (7:30pm) According to Paste Magazine, Jackson County Line “camps out […]

What’s Up Wednesday? July 31st

What’s Up Wednesday? July 31st

The rain may be back, but we’re not letting that put a damper on our Wednesday! We’ve got a stellar lineup tonight with shows happening at smaller bars, larger indoor venues and outdoor amphitheaters! Don’t let a little drizzle keep you away from an awesome show! Plain White T’s @ Smith’s Olde Bar Plain White […]

Picture Book & Live Review: Sevendust @ The Tabernacle 4/24

Review and photos by Ellen Eldridge Stolen Babies and Lacuna Coil opened for Coal Chamber and Sevendust at one of the most aesthetically pleasing shows to grace Tabernacle Atlanta. The guttural growls and high-pitched squeals reached by cabaret metal singer Dominique Lenore Persi got the early crowd’s blood pumping. Persi commanded attention as soon as […]

Live Review and Picture Book: Dropkick Murphys with Old Man Markley & Jim Lockley and the Solemn Sun @ The Tabernacle 3/4

Photos and Review by Hillery Terenzi If the ancient wisdom is to be believed, March comes in like a Lion. That lion roared loud and proud on March 4th when Boston’s beloved Dropkick Murphy’s brought their unique blend of Irish-Folk, Punk and Hardcore to the Tabernacle. Supported by Los Angeles’ countrified kindred spirits, Old Man […]

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