Up-and-coming Athens/Atlanta three-piece WF Addams formed this spring out of the ashes of heavy/sad/epic rock group Juna, and ditches that project's sense of unresolved gloom for a somewhat more spirited, if no less reflective, approach.
When Athens arts icon Jeremy Ayers died in October, it inspired an outpouring of tributes and remembrances from his friends, who described his kindness, generosity and abiding love of both people and the natural world.
Last month, a memorial for Ayers took place at the Morton Theatre downtown, where friends and family gathered to celebrate his life.
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It was little surprise that Jason Isbell sold out three consecutive nights at the Georgia Theatre last week. After his meteoric rise following his move to Nashville, Isbell has become a household name among those who consume popular music outside of Top 40 charts. It certainly didn’t hurt that he had former Centro-matic frontman Will Johnson in tow.
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A Gofundme page has been set up for Bloodkin member Daniel Hutchens, who suffered a minor hemorrhagic stroke recently.
Athensmade, a local nonprofit that aims to "educate, support and promote homegrown brands, entrepreneurs and creative professionals" here in town, has partnered with production company LiveSyphon to create a pilot for a web series focused on the Athens music scene.
Today, we're happy to give you a first glimpse at the project, via a video of Monsoon performing its song "Never Knows Best," which was filmed recently at Flicker Theatre & Bar.
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This week's cover story is on Andrew W.K., the party-obsessed posi-rocker who brings his "Power of Partying" speaking tour to the 40 Watt on Saturday, Nov. 5. Check it out right here, why don't you?
We've got two pairs of passes to give away to the show. To enter, tell us in the comments below why you and a guest deserve to go for free. We'll choose two winners Friday at 5 p.m.
Photo Credit: David Godlis
Before his show at the Caledonia Lounge Saturday, former Television guitarist Richard Lloyd took a moment to ruminate on his life in music. See our Calendar Pick preview here.
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