What’s Up Wednesday? March 13th

Aaron Carter
Happy Hump Day fellow Atlantans! We’ve got a great show lineup for you tonight! Do you want to fulfill your teenage dream? Catch Aaron Carter performing at Eddie’s Attic tonight! Or maybe you’re feeling a post-grunge, noise sound? Check out Vaz and Multicult playing at 529! Whatever your musical preference may be, we’ve got you covered!

Aaron Carter @ Eddie’s Attic
Aaron Carter, the youngest male solo artist to have four Top 40 singles, began his music career at age seven – singing lead for the band “Dead End”. Two years later he made his first solo appearance, opening for the Backstreet Boys at their concert in Berlin Germany, March 1997. The performance was followed by a record contract and, in the fall of 1997, Aaron Carter released his first hit single, “Crush On You”. Aaron has won multiple awards over his 14 year career including TEEN Choice Awards, Kids Choice Awards, and RTL Young Artist of the Year Award. In addition to music he has also established himself as an Actor in Film, Television and on Broadway.

Yale Women’s Slavic Chorus @ The Earl
The Yale Slavic Chorus is a performing group of women from a variety of cultural and academic backgrounds who share a common interest in Slavic music. Most of the music comes from Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Russia and Ukraine. During their performances, the women’s chorus strives to maintain the original mode of presentation, which often includes dissonant harmonies, unusual rhythms, and distinctive vocal qualities which make Slavic and Eastern European music unique and exciting. The talented group has also begun adding more traditional folk dances into their performances.

VAZ & Multicult @ 529
Vaz is an extremely ominous Brooklyn noise-pop band, spun off from the revered and semi-defunct ’90s outfit Hammerhead. Multicult is a post-grunge band out of Baltimore that builds on noise rock with sharply strummed chords and battle cry vocals. Both bands will be playing SXSW this Friday!

Eddie Bush @ Peachtree Tavern
Eddie had formed his first band before he entered junior high school and by the time he was 16, Eddie was playing club dates as lead guitarist and singer with his own original rock bands. With Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Van Halen as major influences in the development of his playing style, Eddie committed himself to becoming a great guitar player.

The Stone Shakers @ The Drunken Unicorn
You won’t want to miss this Blues and Rock & Roll quintet playing at The Drunken Unicorn tonight!

Sleeping with Sirens @ The Masquerade
Now three years into their existence, the post-hardcore quintet Sleeping With Sirens continue to evolve and mature as artists, gradually shaping their unmistakable blend of fury and melody into a sound that’s wholly their own. The band’s new five-song acoustic EP, If You Were a Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack, presents another crucial step on the band’s ongoing journey toward their sonic destiny.


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