April Shows in Atlanta, #1-9 (with a Spotify Playlist)

This month saw the return of our #3 artist from December and few more of my favorite artists, including a band that has never played in Atlanta until now!  Check out our April list and click the link for more info.  See ya at the show!

#1:  Pickwick at The Earl 4/30

#2:  Charles Bradley at The Masquerade 4/21

#3:  Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears at Sweetwater 420 Fest 4/20

#4:  Lake Street Dive at Star Bar 4/5

#5:  My Morning Jacket at Centennial Park 4/5

#6:  Marcus Foster and The Lone Bellow at Eddie’s Attic 4/3-4/4

#7:  Foals at The Goat Farm 4/30

#8:  Hurray for the Riff Raff with Sam Doors, Riley Downing and The Tumbleweeds at 529 4/11

#9:  Lee Baines III & the Glory Fires at The Earl 4/25

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April Shows in Atlanta, #7: Foals at The Goat Farm

Atlanta, Tue. 4/30:  Go see Foals at The Goat Farm Arts Center in West Midtown!  Foals, a rock band from Oxford, England, might be one of the hottest bands in the world.  After the release of their third studio album, Holy Fire, back in February, Foals began an extensive tour of North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.  Along with headlining gigs, they’ll be playing at music festivals like Bonnaroo, Coachella and Lollapalooza as well as the Subbotnik Festival in Russia, Fuji Rock Festival in Japan and Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium, just to name a few.  Several gigs are already sold out so get your tickets today!

“Inhaler” from the new album…

Tickets & Such:

  • $23.25 online
  • Doors: 7pm / Show: 7:30pm
  • Openers: Surfer Blood, Blonde Fire
  • RSVP on Facebook
  • The Goat Farm, 1200 Foster St, Atlanta, GA 30318

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March Shows in Atlanta, #1-9 (with a Spotify Playlist)

Every month becomes more and more difficult to choose the top 9 shows in Atlanta.  But with that, comes more and more fun!  Check out our March list and click the link for more info.  See ya at the show!

#1:  Nicki Bluhm & the Gramblers at Smith’s Olde Bar 3/21

#2:  alt-J at The Masquerade 3/6

#3:  Kopecky Family Band and Leagues at The Basement 3/4

#4:  The Stone Foxes at Smith’s Olde Bar 3/25

#5:  Little Tybee at The Goat Farm 3/7

#6:  Henry Wagons at The Masquerade 3/8

#7:  Mount Moriah at The Drunken Unicorn 3/9

#8:  Lotus and Moon Hooch at Terminal West 3/1-3/2

#9:  The Wild Feathers at Smith’s Olde Bar 3/6

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March Shows in Atlanta, #5: Little Tybee at The Goat Farm

Atlanta, Thu. 3/7:  Go see Little Tybee at The Goat Farm Arts Center!  One of my favorite Atlanta-based indie rock bands will be celebrating the release of their upcoming album.  For Distant Viewing, due April 9th, will be their third studio album and I can’t wait to hear it.  Get to the show early to hear Nashville’s Colorfeels and enjoy some delicious treats from the Good Food Truck.

“Hearing Blue” is a track from their debut album, but this updated version will be on the new album…

Tickets & Such:

  • $9.27 online / $10 at the door
  • Doors: 7:30pm / Show: 8:30pm / Goodson Yard
  • Opener: Colorfeels
  • RSVP on Facebook
  • The Goat Farm Arts Center, 1200 Foster St, Atlanta, GA 30318

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November Shows in Atlanta, #1: Quiet Hounds at The Goat Farm Arts Center

Atlanta, Sat. 11/17:  At #1, Go see Quiet Hounds at The Goat Farm Arts Center!  I just want to boldly say that the most underrated band that I’ve discovered this year is a new local favorite… Quiet Hounds.  This show at the beautiful Goat Farm (west of Midtown) will feature the band’s “Ode to Lost Souls.”  As stated in the description of the “Beacon Sun” video below, “…our curious gentlemen traveled to Andersonville to pay respect to those who suffered, and played songs to the lost souls who left this world wronged… in an attempt to set things right, to send these souls home… So our heroes know their journey was not all for loss.”

Tickets & Such:

  • $15 / online
  • Show: 8:00pm / GoodsonYard Performance Hall
  • RSVP on Facebook
  • The Goat Farm, 1200 Foster St, Atlanta, GA 30318

Here’s the video for “I Get Up” from their debut album, Megaphona, filmed at Ponce City Market in Atlanta…

See you at the show!

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October Shows in Atlanta, #2: Antibalas at The Goat Farm

Atlanta, Fri. 10/5:  Go see the Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra at The Goat Farm Arts Center!  Another artist from Daptone Records, Antibalas is back with their 5th studio album, self-titled Antibalas.  This Brookly-based band has toured the world over and and even arranged and performed music for the Broadway musical, Fela!  If you want to experience live jazz and funk mixed with Cuban and West African drum beats, join us! I’ll be the guy down front dancing like a fool…

Tickets & Such:

  • $20 at the door / $20.40  online
  • Show: 8:30pm
  • RSVP on Facebook
  • Opener: Georgia Soul Council
  • The Goat Farm Arts Center, 1200 Foster St, Atlanta, GA 30318

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