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Singer, songwriter Emily Hearn played to a standing room only crowd on a beautiful Thursday night at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Georgia. Playing a venue like the famed Eddie’s Attic is like playing a hometown show, so to speak, for Emily. While currently residing in Athens, GA, Emily, originally from Griffin, GA, considers the Atlanta region home, with a solid local fan base that continues to grow nationally with each performance.
Families, football fans, and music lovers converged on Atlanta’s Centennial Park this past weekend to celebrate the opening of the 2013 SEC football season featuring the Alabama Crimson Tide against the Virginia Tech Hoakies. It was a beautiful day...
As we get older, we start to really overthink things.  We become cautious and step gingerly after much contemplation.  It seems that the days of our youth where jumping into things with a fearless mentality of riding the moment...
Orianthi’s third album, Heaven In This Hell, is a blatant distant departure from her sophomore release. Despite her more recent touring with Alice Cooper, or her previous metal licks heard in the film “This Is It,” don’t expect this to...
Eilidh McKeller, from Edinburgh in Scotland, is already taking the music industry by storm with her smoky rasp and astounding guitar chops. At the age of just 20, she has recently released her debut album Delta Devil Dreams which is produced by Grammy award-winning Guy Eckstine.
Is Your Love Big Enough? Nonesuch Records Although the production is occasionally too overwrought for my taste, Lianne La Havas' debut album “Is Your Love Big Enough?” is a genre-bending collection of 12 tunes with excellent finger work from the 22-year-old...
These girls are bringing it on in Chronicles of Jane, Vol 1 dropping October 13.  Great beat, heavy hitting drums, punk rock guitar riffs, and unapologetic lyrics…whoa!  Known for their gritty, raw, riot-grrl sound, Jackknife Stiletto did not disappoint...
HLN morning show host, Robin Meade, played to a sold out crowd at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Georgia. World known as the host of “Morning Express” with Robin Meade on HLN, Meade performed a variety of music genres with friends and special guest Sixwire. The night was entertaining and one could tell that she and the band were having a great time performing. The music venue, Eddie’s Attic, is legendary in Decatur for having great performances in an intimate setting.
Playing to a full house at Eddie’s Attic last night and opening for Janis Ian, Diana Jones, American singer-songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee, opened the show with “Pretty Girl” and continued on to sing some of her other great songs...