Athens showcase and a bunch of other cool stuff 


At 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5. Free

Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave.

This performance is a showcase for Cowboy Angel, a new indie label out of Athens, with some considerable Athenian talent. Adam Klein is a singer/songwriter with a rural sound (dig that Harvest-era pedal steel!) and a Dylan/Earle sense of poetic lyricism. He's bringing a full band. Klein's new, third album is Wounded Electric Youth, and it features a cross-section of primo Georgia players, from Athens and beyond, including Randall Bramblett, David Blackmon, Kevin Hyde and the wonderful Karolyn Troupe (from Athens' coolest band, Venice is Sinking).

Klein, just for the record, is the founder of Cowboy Angel.

"Classic road songs with true country style" is how the reviewer from Flagpole described Justin Evans' debut The Owls and the Hounds. Like Klein, Evans is an Athens singer/songwriter with an eye for detail, both lyrical and musical.
Timber is a sort of old-timey band - guitars, fiddles, mandolins and the occasional accordion - with elements of uptempo country and ‘70s acoustic country/rock. Fromted by singer/songwriter Daniel Aaron, the band has a third album out, Scrawled, which fits in nicely among the latest generation of Americana recordings. See cowboyangelmusic.com


Lotsa choices in the clubs this week, including the rich Richmond Hill rock aggregate Shift-n-Gears at Loco’s Grill & Pub. The band includes David “Red” Shaffer on vocals, guitarists Stuart Nethery and Stephen Klohr, Robbie Howell on bass and Jim Hierd on drums ... Then there’s hardcore combos Cough and Unnamed at the Jinx; Oryx and Crake, Dare Dukes & the Blackstock Collection and General Oglethorpe and the Panhandlers at the Wormhole, Dare Dukes (again!) with The Red River at the Sentient Bean .... It’s First Friday time again for the Savannah Folk Music Society; Diedre McCalla and Buddy Mondlock share the stage at First Presbyterian Church ... Three popular repeat visitors at Live Wire this week: Ivan Neville’s phat and phunky New Orleans aggregate Dumpstaphunk, Ohio’s electronic rockers Papadosio, and the amazing one–man loop guitar band Zach Deputy ...





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