Fantastic time shooting the wonderfully talented Wood Brothers – This is from their Buckhead Theatre show in Atlanta.
On Saturday, August 1, I had the privilege of attending a workshop presentation of a work-in-process at CORE Performance Company in Decatur, Georgia. Coming to the Decatur square is always a fun experience, and the weather, although hot, was perfect for strolling a bit and doing some people and pet-watching. But then there was the […]
The 2015 Rockstar Mayhem Fest visited Atlanta on July 26th, with amazing bands like WhiteChapel, and Slayer! When I walked into Aaron’s Amphitheater at Lakewood it was like a ghost town. In past years, the Mayhem Fest is usually packed with people, but this year was different. The entrance I walked into had no venders, […]
The Atlanta Ballet’s Wabi Sabi has a series of performances coming up during the next month. Created by Atlanta Ballet dancer John Welker four years ago, Wabi Sabi expands the boundaries of dance through the creation of new works by emerging choreographers, then presenting them in up-close-and-personal ways in venues not usually associated with dance. […]
ATLANTA – Any frequenter of Murphy’s knows that each plate is made up of delicious ingredients, locally grown and thoughtfully prepared. To honor the sources of these ingredients, Murphy’s is excited to continue their Farmer’s Table Dinner Series. Already proven to be a fan favorite after a sold out dinner in June, the series will […]
Friday, Wade Sapp and the boys are celebrating freedom with their first headlining show @ The Wing Cafe & Tap House in Marietta!!! If you love your country–music, that is–don’t miss this!! Wade Sapp A young man who grew up in automotive shops, and a career mechanic until he quit to pursue music full-time, Wade Sapp knows what […]
Midtown-Atlanta’s scrumptious Melting Pot will have a delicious 4th of July menu available–and it’s 1/4 off! Skip the grill on your holiday, because there will be a meal for everyone to enjoy aside from burgers and hot dogs. Personally, I’d get all over that watermelon and feta salad. And the Buffalo chicken.
LawJam 2015: Atlanta Lawyers Rock, Raise $35,000 for Atlanta Bar Foundation Grants Program On Saturday, June 27th, local attorneys exchanged their suits and ties for jeans and guitars as the 6th Annual LawJam took place at Variety Playhouse. The annual event pits attorneys against each other, but this time the music stated the case and […]
Transistor-on calls their goods “fuzzed out reverb music,” and in the spirit of post-rock, EP The Way Back Down is full of that melodious texture and sensation. Recorded at The Cottage with Damon Moon, The Way Back Down is a mere four tracks. But those songs make a satisfying sampling of a band with a […]
Train and The Fray stopped by Aarons Amphitheatre as part of the Picasso at the Wheel Tour, in support of 2014 release Bulletproof Picasso. Peep the gallery of each band! The Fray