What’s Up Thursday 11/6

Get your weekend started one day early with an Atlanta concert! Keep reading to see where you’ll end up tonight!

Howe Gelb and Grant-Lee Phillips at Eddie’s Attic

Desert-folk iconoclast (SPIN) and Giant Sand visionary Howe Gelb has returned with The Coincidentalist, a transfixing collection of songs steeped in the dusty and discerning Americana he first began experimenting with more than 30 years ago. Produced and recorded by Gelb largely in his home base of Tucson, at Wavelab studio and Harvey Moltz’s studio, his latest solo album is somewhere between his 40h and 50th release, but characteristic to Gelb’s quizzical self he doesn’t know exactly; he thinks it’s bad luck to know. Superstitions aside, the record, self produced by Gelb and mixed by John Parish, is his strongest in years and culminates three decades of freewheeling and forward-thinking music making either as Howe Gelb, Giant Sand, its larger incarnation Giant Giant Sand or under the guise of The Band… of Blacky Ranchette, Arizona Amp & Alternator, ‘Sno Angel and OP8.

General admission tickets are $18 in advance, $23 at the door. Table seats are $22.50 and must be purchased in multiples of 4. Online and phone sales close at 5pm day of show. Doors open at 6:30pm.


Har Mar Superstar and The Pizza Underground w/ Special Guests at The EARL

Bye Bye 17, the new album from acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Har Mar Superstar (aka Sean Tillmann), is currently out on Cult Records. Already receiving widespread critical praise,BULLETT calls the album, “impossibly groovy and infectious,” while KCRW asserts, “I’d call the album a guilty pleasure but I don’t feel guilty at all. It’s just packed full of hooks.” Additionally, of the album’s first single, “Lady, You Shot Me,” Death + Taxes declares, “Har Mar Superstar returns with the song of his career,” while MTV Buzzworthy calls it a “Buzzworthy Obsession.”

Tickets are $15. Online, phone, and outlet sales close at 6pm on the day of the show. Doors open at 8:30pm.


Phillip Phillips at Atlanta Symphony Hall

One of the biggest singles of 2012, the quadruple-platinum “Home” announced Phillip Phillips as a singer/guitarist of both rare authenticity and massive pop appeal. Centering on the American Idol season 11 winner’s rich, raspy vocals and masterful guitar skills, “Home” served as the lead single from The World from the Side of the Moon (19 Entertainment/Interscope Records)—a platinum-selling album that shot to #4 on the Billboard Top 200 Album chart upon its November 2012 release. Phillips’s widely acclaimed debut also features the platinum single “Gone, Gone, Gone” and the Phillips’ penned “Where We Came From,” as well as a host of numbers that flaunt the 23-year-old Georgia native’s songwriting chops.

Tickets cost $39.50 or $59.50. Show starts at 8pm.

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Rancho De Lunatics Rock N Roll Road Show & Traveling Celebration at 529

A Night of pure Rock & Roll excitement featuring MOJAVE LORDS, DiNOLA, MISSI PYLE, and RANCHO DE LA LUNATICS. All of these bands have recorded albums at RANCHO DE LA LUNA recording studio in JOSHUA TREE, California, where QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, ARCTIC MONKEYS, UNKLE, MASTERS OF REALITY, MARK LANEGAN, THE DESERT SESSIONS, DANIEL LANOIS, BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB, EAGLES OF DEATH METAL, AFGHAN WHIGS, FOO FIGHTERS, EARTH, and many others have recorded some of their best music.

Rancho De Lunatics

Tickets are $10. Online, phone, and outlet sales close at 6pm on the day of the show. Doors open at 9pm.



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