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Colt Ford rings in 2012 at Wild Bills

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Tonight Georgia’s own Colt Ford is ringing in the new year and from what he tells us, its going to be a good time!

Listen here as he talks about what it means to him to celebrate in Atlanta this year:

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The club, located at 2075 Market Street, hosts “the biggest New Year’s Eve bash in the ATL” on Sat., Dec. 31.  The event features Kevin Fowler and Colt Ford, in addition to party favors like hats, horns and other noisemakers and a balloon drop. The party begins at 7:30 p.m., with a free champagne toast at midnight.  Tickets prices are $25 for general admission, $40 for a seat at a table, $75 for side stage mezzanine seating and $125 for side stage theatre seats.

After a party DJ gets the room rocking, Kevin Fowler opens up the New Year’s Eve concert.  Self-described “country with a bad attitude…country with an edge…just beer-drinkin’, hell-raisin’, good-time music,” Fowler offers up a blend of in-your-face rockin’ intensity, tongue-in-cheek humor and captivating country storytelling.  Whether it’s to “Beer, Bait and Ammo,” “Cheaper to Keep Her,” “The Best Mistake I Ever Made,” “Don’t Touch My Willie” or any of the other unforgettable tunes that have seen him regularly perched atop the Texas music charts, party revelers will have their fair share of fun singing along with Fowler.

According to Wild Bill’s General Manager Tom Siliven, “Our New Year’s Eve event is an excellent value for the amount of entertainment it contains.  For just $25, you can enjoy live music, free bubbly and more.  Most places increase their prices on New Year’s Eve, but we didn’t want to do that.  We wanted to offer the best entertainment at the best price in the best venue in the city!”

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Cry With Us! Puddles Pity Party in Orlando

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Ange Alex

I owe him a poem:

Here’s a story of a sad clown who one night in February was traveling through O-town. 

He brought a suitcase and a lot of gum, he brought music and videos and tons of fun.

He sang high but mostly he sang low, and he put of one hell of a good show.

He gave a bearded guy a cupcake and danced with a lady, a wolf he would make

There is no doubt he is a boss sir, he even got love from Kevin Costner.

Fans filled the plaza for a night of delight as the 7 foot clown gave us some real insight.

He sang Bowie and Queen and even some Who, also Cash, Lorde and “Let it go” too

Videos played of pets and babies crying, also beautiful artwork and people smiling.

Last night Orlando was anything but mad as we showed much love for a clown that is sad.

Ok, I’d cry too after that poem. Here’s some more info:

If you haven’t been to see a Puddles Pity Party show, you are missing out. 

The show had me smiling and laughing so hard my stomach hurt, but I was also moved so many times by the range of Puddles voice. True entertainment never gets old and I have a feeling he is going to last forever.

I loved the interaction he had with the crowd. He pulled numerous people up to help him on stage and all of them were good sports, one man even singing the entire song, “All by myself” karaoke style! The show was so well thought out and planned but with room for some hilarious improv. Especially at the end when he pulled the 3 fans from the audience dressed like clowns. At the end of them performing together, Puddles suddenly remembers that he is scared of clowns! Genius! 

Hands down one of the best performances I’ve seen in years.

 

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Kingsized Holiday Fun! Big Mike is Back at the Variety Playhouse!

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Big Mike Geier and his Kingsized Rock ‘n Roll Orchestra, along with the Dames Aflame Dancers, Lil’ Santa and other special guests, bring tidings of comfort and joy with their signature glitz and glamour in what has become a tinsel-time tradition at the Variety Playhouse. The all-ages 90-minute show features your Holiday favorites by the likes of Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, Andy Williams, Heat Miser, The Grinch and more!

Photo: Emily Butler

We caught up with Big Mike to ask a few questions.

TBB: Big Mike! It’s been a couple years since we had the pleasure of seeing you perform live. We are so excited to be back in Atlanta and we are ready for this show. What can you tell us about this years event?

Big Mike: Welcome back to Atlanta, Ange! We’re also excited to be in town for another wild and wonderful Holiday Jubilee. We like to honor the tradition that the Jubilee has become and don’t mess too much with the format. You can expect the always magnificent sounds of the 12-piece Kingsized Rock ‘n Roll orchestra performing your favorite holiday classics and the dazzling Dames Aflame dancers providing the glamour. The show is all about holiday nostalgia, whatever that means to you: Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, Donnie Hathaway, The Grinch, Rankin Bass, Peanuts, the Dreidel Song? It’s all in there.

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Turkuaz at Aisle 5

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Brooklyn based funk band Turkuaz played at Aisle Five in Atlanta last week and here are some shots from the show!

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