Previews & Reviews
Check out Kids These Days + 7 other great bands performing at Wakarusa 2012 that TheBlueIndian.com recommends!
Bowerbirds’ new tunes and their live execution were wondrous, filling the dark corners of The EARL with a boisterous and much appreciated warmth on a cold spring night. – Guest writer Josh Jackson
If we were able to do nothing but drive around our home state, going to show after show each night, these are probably the ones that we would wind up at. Check out our recommendations for the month of May
I had no intentions of writing a show review about her but I couldn’t help myself. -BY
Catch Sharon Van Etten this Wednesday, April 25th at Atlanta’s The Earl with opener Flock of Dimes.
See photos and a video from Exitmusic’s brilliantly dark performance at Atlanta’s The Earl last weekend.
Take a look over all the great shows coming up around the state in the next month, from Regina Spektor to The Magnetic Fields
Check out a full gallery of photos from Savannah Stopover 2012 by our guest photographer Creigh Lyndon. Featuring The War on Drugs, Oberhofer, Grimes and more!
Sounds of the South is a concert crawl in Downtown Milledgeville with 15+ artists with all wristband proceeds benefiting Children’s Miracle Network!
North Carolina’s Jon Lindsay has quickly risen to the top of my “Most Played” list with his most recent album Escape from Plaza-Midwood. Jon fills us in on the album, his strange Wikipedia page and what’s to come in 2012
If you’re unfamiliar with the soulful sounds that Amy LaVere is responsible for then it’s time for you to educate yourself. The Shreveport-via-Memphis based musician-actor-all around classy lady has been criss-crossing the country for the past few years and is making her way through Atlanta on her upcoming tour for one of the only dates […]
Take a look at our recommendations for one of Georgia’s most exciting new festivals, Savannah Stopover, with sets from The War on Drugs, The Love Language, Grimes and more!