Happy Wednesday Atlanta! We hope your week is going well! Make it even better with one of these great shows.
Yo Gabba Gabba at The Fox Theatre
Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! is going on the road this fall with a new show, Music Is Awesome! The coolest rock concert for kids (and parents!) is back to celebrate our fifth anniversary on the road. DJ Lance Rock and the Yo Gabba Gabba creators Christian Jacobs and Scott Schultz carefully hand-picked the setlist to make the most awesome show yet!
Hero The Band w/ St. Beauty, Jordan Linton at Vinyl
Stephen Kellogg at Eddie’s Attic
“My music has been described as Americana, Country-Rock, Folk, Singer/Songwriter, and, somehow, pop. I have always thought of it as American-rock n’ roll. It’s a product of my father’s record collection, from Jim Croce and Cat Stevens to Eagles and The Band. Somewhere along the way, I fell in love with showmanship and acts that put on great concerts. Sometimes that meant Van Halen, other times it meant the Grateful Dead, and most recently it’s probably more to do with John Prine. For what it’s worth, Tom Petty is my favorite artist. Although it’s been pointed out to me by one quite popular publication that I’m “no Bruce Springsteen”, I’ve decided to continue making music anyway (I’m laughing as I write this in case that’s not clear).” -Stephen Kellogg
The Blind Shake at The EARL
The Blind Shake are a detuned, garage-stomp, punk trio from Minneapolis, MN. Two brothers, Mike and Jim Blaha, front the band and play baritone and regular guitar respectively, while longtime friend Dave Roper plays drums. Known for ferocious live shows and collaborations with psychedelic noise legend Michael Yonkers, The Blind Shake have toured North American basements and bars for several years and have released six albums and a handful of singles.