What’s Up Wednesday?

Bloc PartyTonight is going to be fun. Let me just say, there are so many great shows going on tonight that there has to be at least one awesome show for you to go to. Have fun Atlanta.

-Bloc Party quickly distanced itself from its 2005 breakthrough album, Silent Alarm, bringing out the beat and synth-oriented facets of the group’s arty dance-punk with its subsequent two albums. Oh this is going to be fun at the Tabernacle tonight.

-This lineup has talent to burn. You’ll already know Cyril Neville: poet, philosopher, percussion master and perhaps the South’ last great soul singer. Devon Allman. As the son of Gregg Allman, the 39-year-old has rock ‘n’ roll in his DNA, but he’s always walked his own path. Mike Zito: the blues ace whose ear for melody provides the counterpoint to his wingman’s rocking tendencies. Nominated in 2011 for the Blues Music Foundation’s ‘Best Blues Rock’ award, and winner of 2010′s Blues Music Award. They are at Smith’s Olde Bar.

-Influenced by some of the legendary names of pop and soul, such as the Beatles, Elton John, Otis Redding, and Stevie Wonder, Californian ERNIE HALTER first began to make waves for himself with the release of his 2005 collection, Lo-Fidelity. See him tonight at Eddie’s Attic.

-Fki & friends are a duo from Atlanta mixes Step-Electronic Dance Music with Hip Hop birthing hot, fun, and great music. Tonight at Smith’s Olde Bar.

-Black Veil Brides are at the Masquerade this evening.


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