What’s Up Thursday 11/13

Brace yourselves for the cold front coming in with an Atlanta concert! There’s lots going on tonight, so read below to decide which show you’ll attend.

Von Grey at Eddie’s Attic

Atlanta-based indie-alt-folk group von Grey has checked off more things on the proverbial band wish list in the past year than many bands do in a decade.They’ve appeared on “Late Show with David Letterman,” “Conan,” NBC’s “Rock Center with Brian Williams,” and CNN’s “Road Warriors.” The harmony-laced foursome has been called everything from an “Americana masterpiece” to simply “crazy-talented” by the media. The group has opened for Indigo Girls, Sarah McLachlan, Lindsey Stirling, Rusted Root, and Company of Thieves, and performed standout sets at SXSW, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, and Gathering of the Vibes Festival.And, the group of four classically trained sisters has accomplished all of this without the help of a record label and before their 20th birthdays.

General admission tickets are $12 in advance, $16 at the door. Table seats are $15 each and must be purchased in multiples of 4. Online, phone, and outlet sales close at 5pm on the day of the show. Doors open at 6:30pm.

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Eric Hutchinson & Tristan Prettyman at Center Stage

As Eric Hutchinson journeyed toward the making of Moving Up Living Down, the delightfully witty and supremely wise follow-up to his hit debut Sounds Like This, he developed a very simple rule regarding new songs. “I traveled so long and got to see so many people and places,” he says. “And sharing music with the fans every night got me thinking: The best concerts are when people sing along with me. So for the next one, what kind of songs do I want people singing with me? What kind of songs do I want people dancing to?” Get ready to sing and dance.

Tickets cost $20 in advance, $24 day of show. Doors open at 7pm.

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Neil Hamburger w/ Major Entertainer Mike H. at The EARL

America’s Funnyman Neil Hamburger is the hardest working comedian in existence, performing up to 399 shows a year internationally to critical acclaim and audience bewilderment. He’s toured as the hand-picked opener for Tenacious D, Tim & Eric, and Faith No More, and his TV credits include Fox News’ Red Eye, Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Tom Green Live, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. His most recent album “Live At Third Man” was produced by Jack White in Nashville; an earlier Hamburger album was among SPIN’s “40 Greatest Comedy Albums Of All Time.”

Tickets are $12. Online, phone, and outlet sales close at 6pm on the day of the show. Doors open at 9pm.

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The Life and Times w/ Pls Pls at Drunken Unicorn

Since August of 2005, The Life and Times has played over 200 shows in support of their debut full-length release Suburban Hymns (DeSoto) on US tours with bands like the Appleseed Cast, Murder By Death, Pelican, Mono, Sparta, Pinback, Engine Down, and William Elliot Whitmore. In June of 2006, they headlined a two week tour of Spain in support of an eponymous split CD/10″, both of which with urgent post-rockers from Barcelona, Nueva Vulcano (ex-Aina).

Tickets cost $8. Doors open at 9pm.

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Weedeater w/ Full of Hell at 529

Weedeater are a stoner metal band formed in Wilmington, North Carolina in 1998. The band has released four full length albums and recorded their fifth album in September 2014. The band formed in 1998 and was initially planned to be the side-project of Dave “Dixie” Collins, the band’s vocalist and bassist who was occupied with his primary project Buzzov*en, however the band disbanded the same year so decided to concentrate his efforts on Weedeater and made it his new primary project, recruiting members Dave “Shep” Shepherd on guitar and Keith “Keko” Kirkum on drums.

Tickets are $15. Online and phone sales close at 6pm day of show. Doors open at 9pm.

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Comments

  1. Who would I speak to, to feature our concert series at our venue?

  2. Hi Dona! You can send those inquiries to info@atlantamusicguide.com, thanks.

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