Lolipop Records is curating some of the most contagious, fun throwback rock and pop out there right now.
'It's lovely to walk onstage and have the warmth of the song behind you.'
Local musicians talk about the influence of The Band on their lives
THERE'S NOTHING quite like seeing our local musicians get together to perform in unique, unexpected ways. From open mics to Halloween at The Jinx, we're lucky to have a tight-knit community of performers who love nothing more than supporting one another and calling each other up to the stage.
It’s high-energy and plenty of fun, and this time, it’s for a cause: the show will support Second Harvest Food Bank of Coastal Georgia.
'... allows folks of a much wider variety to be a part of this town’s music community without having to get into the thick of the downtown nightlife.'
Long-awaited third album gets the big reveal
IN THE BIBLE household, a Fisher-Price xylophone sits atop a $6,000 deer hide-wrapped piano. Pixar party decorations twirl in front of silkscreened Lucero gig posters.
Legendary ‘70s singer/songwriter plays the Mars Theatre
THOUGH AN immensely talented vocalist and performer in her own right—as you'll see this Monday night at the Mars—Bonoff is perhaps best known as a go-to songwriter who's contributed hits to the likes of Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, and Wynonna Judd. From her self-titled 1977 debut, Bonoff became an influential presence in the Southern California recording scene, especially with her work alongside longtime collaborator Kenny Edwards, who sadly passed away in 2010.
Guitarist goes back to his roots at Trinity UMC show
SO MANY TYPES of musicians have found inspiration in the boggy, sultry nature that we're so lucky to be surrounded in. But guitarist Walter Parks is the true master of that distinctly Southern sound.
Fusing of the experimental impulses of Deerhoof with the aggression of Karp.
Athens psychedelic country rockers set to brew great sound at Southbound
AT ANY given time over the years, one band is usually seen by the music world as chief standard-bearer of the Athens sound. Despite the fact that most of them actually live outside the Classic City these days, the main flag-waver today would almost certainly be Futurebirds.
Fans, friends, and family are invited to gather in Franklin Square on Saturday from 4-8 P.M. to remember the Black Tusk bassist
Like Stopovers past, still reps Brooklyn hard, but a lot of Nashvillians head our way
INDIE FANS rejoice! Your first wave of Stopover bands has been announced and tix are on sale now!
Multi-instrumentalist Kishi Bashi creates soaring, playful orchestral pop through snapping, looping and beat boxing. Tall Tall Trees is Mike Savino, a folk kid at heart who’s glammed up the banjo through his own modifications and handiwork.