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GABBIE ROTTS talks about making punk music her mother will like and how to best torment your friends.
James Carr is organizing FARMERS JAM on Wed., NOV. 14, to gather some musical farmers from the region and highlight jam made from local produce. Proceeds benefit future good food in your belly. Show’s at The Star Bar!
NIKKI & THE PHANTOM CALLERS are making some beautiful music for your earholes.
Angel Poventud shares his suggestions for engagement to create a more affordable, easily accessible, and better connected Atlanta through the potential light rail asked for by BELTLINE RAIL NOW. Learn more about the More MARTA plan being voted on this week.. tell your friends and let folks know what you think!
ALEX GORDON HIFI provides the marvy “tweener” music.
Show is Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018 at Switchyards Downtown Club and $15 tickets are available for another week - then $20 and at the door.
Kyshona Armstrong, Blaire Erskine, Lexi Street, Nicki Salcedo, Friday JR, Critical Crop Top, Kate's Club, Octave Atlanta and MORE will surprise and delight at this Patsy Cline Birthday celebration of STRONG SOUTHERN WOMEN. Get your tix HERE.
Amanda Plumb explains the Japanese origins of the international experience known as PECHA KUCHA. You like storytelling done in 20 slides with 20 seconds of talk per slide? Next one is Sunday, Nov. 12. Click HERE for Dana Robinson's presentation.
Come see our next LIVE show on Saturday, Aug. 26, at a new venue - The Switchyards Downtown - with Andi Kezh, Dad's Garage, Alex Gordon, Pony League, Mark Kendall, Paint Love, Shannon Turner, Tray Dahl & the Jugtime Ragband, & more. Get your tix HERE!
Nick Niespodziani talks about his passion project INDIANAPOLIS JONES and balancing live between Yacht Rock Revue, Venkman's, CHARM, and a beautiful family. See IJ at The Earl on 10/20 with Diane Coffee.
Shannon M. Turner shares her passion for storytelling and the program she and David Russell have cooked up for this year's STORIES ON THE EDGE OF NIGHT event on Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Biergarten at The Wrecking Bar.
ANTHONY APARO talks benefits of having singing-songwriting dad & upcoming album release.
ALE SHARPTON explains why he doesn't rate beers, engaging the African-American community in craft beer, and more.
Spencer Smith explains how Amplify My Community flips the typical benefit concert model to look like June's AMPLIFY DECATUR with The Milk Carton Kids, Elephant Revival, Penny & Sparrow, and Eliot Bronson.
Dad's Garage hosts BACONFEST on Saturday, March 26th and talks new digs in O4W.
Emily Oppelt unveils the mysteries of their SQUADCAR MOONSHINE and their challenges in Georgia.
THE TIN MAN (aka Marshall Seese) explains latest EP and new video project connecting folks with music.