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“Favorite Gentlemen is the big brother I never had. You know, constantly encouraging, but has you in the headlock, pushing you to be your best always, but with an elbow stuck firmly in your side, offering every bit of help that’s humanly possible, all the while giving you noogies and making fun of you and […]
Sean recaps an eventful weekend at Deluna Fest, a two year old festival set in Pensacola Beach that brought attendees from all around the world to Florida for three days of live music!
Sean gives his review of FUN’s recent performance in Macon with Janelle Monáe & Timothy Bloom as part of the Campus Consciousness Tour.
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.
“Although this is Amos’s first tour in his twenty years as HOLY SONS, his band played with a precision and dexterity that suggested they’d been performing alongside him since his earliest sessions.”
Check out our coverage of Frontier Ruckus as their make their second stop in Macon!
Wye Oak’s songs are at their best live when the band uses their talents to stir up a tempest, whether slowly rolling and rumbling like thunder or striking like lightning, but either way maintaining the beauty and grace that’s in the eye of their storm.
Coldplay, The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant, and Manchester Orchestra headlined Atlanta’s favorite music festival’s comeback after a six-year hiatus.
The UK art-rock band turns their setlist at The Variety Playhouse into a beautiful and sensual analogy for relationships.
The South Carolina-based duo liven up Macon’s 567 with raucous tunes and funny banter.