November is in full-swing, as is Atlanta’s concert series! See what is happening tonight to determine where you will be spending your evening.
Ed Roland and The Sweet Tea Project at Eddie’s Attic
For the past two decades, Atlanta native Ed Roland has been the front man and heart of the platinum-selling rock band Collective Soul. He has written seven #1 radio hits, and has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide. For Roland’s new project, Ed Roland and The Sweet Tea Project, he teamed up with a group of friends and musicians for a new approach to his classic hit-making style.
General admission tickets are $12 in advance, $16 at the door. Table seats are $15 and must be purchased in multiples of 4. Online and phone sales close at 5pm day of show.
SOHN w/ Special Guests at The EARL
Since signing to the label in Spring, Vienna-based Londoner SOHN has been busy collaborating with various acts, including producing the recent Banks track ‘Waiting Game’ and remixing Angel Haze’s debut single ‘Echelon (It’s My Way)’. Following on from his 4AD debut release, ‘Bloodflows’, SOHN has confirmed details of a new single, ‘Lessons’. Focused around a spiralling arpeggio, ‘Lessons’ will be available digitally on iTunes from September 23rd and as a limited 12” on November 25th.
El-P and Killer Mike at The Masquerade
Born Jaime Meline, El-Producto or El-P is an underground hip-hop producer & rapper from New York City. As a member of Company Flow, he honed his production skills alongside DJ Mr. Len and Bigg Jus. His unique style helped Company Flow gain critical, then popular success, culminating in 1997 with Funcrusher Plus. Eventual differences between the group & label Rawkus, lead to El-P & Len leaving the label in 2000. El-P then decided to start his own record label, Definitive Jux.
Tickets cost $16 in advance. Doors open at 7pm.
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Jamestown Revival w/ Lefty Williams at The Loft
At the heart of Jamestown Revival is a friendship that spans over a decade. Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance grew up together in the small Texas town of Magnolia. At one point or another, music from Creedence Clearwater Revival and The Everly Brothers, to fellow Texans Willie Nelson, Guy Clark and Stevie Ray Vaughan found it’s way through an old pair of speakers that sat on the back porch. At the age of 22, they moved to Austin and began to craft a sound of their own. Deeply rooted in harmony, they merged the sounds of the South with classic American and Western rock.
tickets cost $15. Doors open at 8pm.