Previews & Reviews
The Twilight Americana Music Festival is back in Athens, GA for its 6th year with a lineup that includes LEON RUSSELL, Deer Tick, The Whiskey Gentry, Lera Lynn and dozens more! April 25th – 28th, 2013
March is packed with incredible shows around the state! Efterklang, Drive By Truckers, Swear & Shake, Charles Bradley, DJ Shadow and many more!
Rhythm N Blooms, part of the Dogwood Arts Festival in Knoxville, Tennessee returns this April 5th – 7th! We’re looking forward to seeing Dawes, Jason Isbell, Justin Townes Earle, River Whyless, and more!
You can win FREE tickets to the Big Bird Bash in Macon, Georgia! Sets from Drive By Truckers, Drivin’ n’n Cryin’, Moon Taxi, Modern Skirts and more! March 2nd at Luther Williams Field.
Take a peak at videos from ten Peach State artists that will be heading to Austin for SXSW in March! See you there..
The Australian duo hits Atlanta this Valentine’s Day in support of IMAGINE DRAGONS and promoting their upcoming debut full-length record.
Savannah Stopover returns with a new-and-improved look and lineup for their third year. SS2013 features of Montreal, Ponderosa, Kopecky Family Band, and more than 100 others. March 7th – 9th.
As if you needed another reason to spend money on festivals this summer, the inaugural Shaky Knees Music Festival in Atlanta is announced. The Lumineers, Band of Horses, Jim James, and so much more. May 4th & 5th
AURA Music & Arts Festival returns to the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida for their fourth year! Presenting Papadosio, Conspirator, Perpetual Groove, and Break Science as co-headliners – Feb 15th – 17th
Jeff Mangum’s most recent stop in Georgia at Sacred Heart Cultural Center left an imaginable impression on Hannah Cook.
Weatherbox, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Ra Ra Riot, Tame Impala, Low Tree Grow Tall, Moon Taxi, The XX and so many more. There’s a lot to do this month around the state.
On 1/24, Keane made their return to Atlanta after eight years away! With newcomers Youngblood Hawke in tow, the Tabernacle crowd was assured that pop-rock is alive and well.