What’s Up Wednesday? April 24th

born_ruffians_480Happy Hump Day Atlanta! Is everyone enjoying this fabulous weather or WHAT?! Tonight is going to be the perfect night to go out with some friends and catch some live music! We have a killer lineup tonight, so you definitely won’t have a difficult time finding a show to go to! Now, it may be hard choosing between all these great venues and bands though! Check it out!

Born Ruffians @ The Earl

Born Ruffians from Toronto, Canada recently released their third album Birthmarks. These songs – Birthmarks – came out of a dusty living room in an old house, in between chopping wood and building bonfires, playing crokinole at the kitchen table, cooking family dinners and shooting beer cans with a bow and arrow. Check out our album review of Birthmarks, and make sure to read our interview with the guys of Born Ruffians!

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ROCK COMEDY w/ Rodney Perry @ Hard Rock Cafe’s Velvet Underground

Join us and celebrity host Rodney Perry for an evening of side splitting laughter. You’ll never know who’s going to grace the Velvet Underground stage. The last event did sell out. Don’t miss it!

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Steve Moakler @ Eddie’s Attic

“You’re sweet, like I can’t deny,” are the opening lyrics of Steve Moakler’s first full-length album, All The Faint Lights. The same words can be spoken about the music that this Pittsburgh native has been making for the past five years. Having previously released two EPs, The Weight of Words (2007) and Like I Mean It (2008), Moakler has proved himself to be a master pop craftsman. His music is artistic, but accessible; indie roots with mass appeal. Listen to his music, and you too won’t deny his gift for sweet melodies and moving narratives that stick in your head like happy memories.

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The Parlotones @ Smith’s Olde Bar

The Parlotones are known for their electric, polished stage performances delivered against the backdrop of their deftly crafted and darkly romantic lyrics. Their sound, described as alternative in their formative years has evolved substantially becoming more refined and focused with each album. It took the bands debut album ‘Radiocontrolledrobot’ two years to reach Gold status and their follow up ‘A World Next Door To Yours’ achieved this in three months. Three months later the album was certified Platinum. Testimony to just how much the band has grown over the past few years.’ Check out our interview with the band opening for The Parlotones, Dinner and a Suit!

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Sevendust @ The Tabernacle

Sevendust is an American alternative metal band from Atlanta, Georgia. Formed in 1994 by bassist Vince Hornsby, drummer Morgan Rose and guitarist John Connolly. After their first demo, lead vocalist Lajon Witherspoon and guitarist Clint Lowery joined the group. Following a few name changes, the members settled on the name Sevendust and released their self-titled debut album on April 15, 1997. Sevendust recently released their ninth studio album, Black Out the Sun.

The Ghosts Project @ The Drunken Unicorn

Formed in 2006, The Ghosts Project is comprised of Paul Mercer on violin and Davis Petterson on percussion. The band, which is located in Atlanta, features an ever changing lineup of special guest musicians from all over the country.

The M Machine @ The Masquerade

The M Machine is an electronic music trio hailing from San Francisco, CA. Formed in 2011 by Ben Swardlick, Eric Luttrell, and Andy Coenen, the group has quickly risen to prominence on the strength of their wholly original and forward-thinking sound. Transcending genre, the group effortlessly bounds between hard-hitting dance tracks and thoughtful, indie-styled vocal songs, tying it all together with a distinctly cinematic presentation.



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