Tedo Stone moved to Atlanta from Oxford, MS a couple years back and, with a newly assembled band, quickly began making waves in the ATL rock scene. Good Go Bad, Stone’s new album, out on regional powerhouse This is American Music, boasts more of a groove than most of that label’s roster (which includes locals The District Attorneys; that band’s Frank Keith IV plays bass in Stone’s band) but also fits squarely in its post-Americana wheelhouse. On his Facebook page, Stone cites inspirations as varied as Patsy Cline and David Bowie, but somehow, in his urgent, soulful, slightly glam vocal delivery, it all makes sense. TIAM upstarts Dana Swimmer open the first night of Stone’s month-long Tuesday residency at Green Room.
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