Photos & Videos
TBI’s last show at The 567 in Macon, GA went down Friday, June 25th. Check out the photos!
Check out some of the fans’ shots at the most recent TBI Show!
The Middle East is not from the Middle East at all. In fact, they don’t even make Middle Eastern sounding music! They are a musical collective from Australia and have had lots of success in the indie music scene there. It wasn’t until last year that they gained popularity in the US (thanks to the […]
This past weekend I caught the Scottish band Frightened Rabbit on tour in support of their 3rd studio album. Grant Hutchinson delivered the same energy & emotion that I love so much on his band’s records. It was also a first for the band when they had a young man propose to his girlfriend on […]
William Haun, a very respected photographer in Macon, GA, just so happened to be at “TheBlueIndian.com Presents: Washed Out” at The 567 last Saturday, April 17th. I just spotted the fella in the crowd of faces (mainly because he was carrying a very nice camera) and asked him if he’d send me a link to […]
William Haun’s incredible video of Washed Out performing live in Macon!
The young indie rockers Cymbals Eat Guitars performed last night at The Earl in Atlanta, GA. They were full of energy and very loud! Photos below, followed by video at the bottom. [youtube id=pUazXDUPy0w]
Photos and a video from the Bear in Heaven concert at The Earl in Atlanta, GA on March 11, 2010.
Freelance Whales are one of those indie bands that seem to be on the cusp of becoming incredibly popular. There must be a ridiculous amount of pressure on them, but I don’t see how they can go wrong. Their pop sounds are so infectious and upbeat that you’ll be singing along before you know it. […]
J. Tillman (of Fleet Foxes) and his band perform at The Earl in Atlanta, GA on November 23, 2009
The Meeks Family performs at The Earl in Atlanta, GA on November 23, 2009
The Macon Venue Project knows a thing or two about putting on a good, rock show. For the 2nd Annual “Halloween Monster Mash,” TMVP presented a thoroughly planned event featuring a total of 5 bands (in this order): I Draw Trees, Mouse Fire, The Rise of Science, The Working Title, and All Get Out. And to put it plainly before […]