View our photo gallery of NYC band SVIIB at their show in Atlanta. The band is currently wrapping up their US tour in support of their third studio album Ghostory.
What’s better than Lost in the Trees videos? LOST LiTT videos from their set in Macon last year! Check out 3 alternate versions of songs from their 2010 release and get a preview oh their upcoming album, due out March 20th.
It was last Fall that Tampa, Florida’s Marksmen rocked the stage at Macon’s The 567. Despite the lapse of time, we couldn’t let our video footage and photos of their performance collect dust on our digital desk. So here’s a sample of the energy they brought to the stage as they opened for Eisley. Enjoy! *UPDATE* We [...]
Legendary songwriter Cass McCombs comes to Atlanta’s The Earl for a show with relative new comer Frank Fairfield.
A couple of weeks ago I got the amazing privilege to see my idol, Jack White, with The Raconteurs. I was accompanied with my friend and a guest photographer for the website, John Payne. We got there as soon as they started their opening song, which we could hear from the parking lot. Our hearts [...]
Saturday night marked TheBlueIndian.com’s LAST show of 2011. We’ve had an amazing year with everyone from David Dondero to Lost in the Trees to Sunglow to Eisley. We were thrilled to have Saturday’s show for more than a handful of reasons, the most prevalent being that our staff could start gearing up for the non-stop party that 2012 [...]
Favorite Gentlemen Records’ Death On Two Wheels plays Atlanta on 11/10. We have a pair of tickets to give away!
Sean gives his review of FUN’s recent performance in Macon with Janelle Monáe & Timothy Bloom as part of the Campus Consciousness Tour.
Watch two videos from the Michigan-based band’s intimate acoustic performances that have become a fan favorite at their shows.
At the end of last month, Macon got a visit from EISLEY who played a show at The 567. Here’s a video from their set as well as photos.
This year brought us the first album in four years from Texas rockers Explosions in the Sky. It’s also been several years since the group toured the US. That said, their September 29th show at The Tabernacle was a really, really big deal to a lot of fans. A nine song set would seem short [...]
Images of Janelle Monáe and her ArchOrchestra performing on the same historic stage once held by such greats as Charlie Chaplin, Harry Houdini, Ray Charles, and the Allman Brothers Band.