Nashville band Moon Taxi started out as a rather shapeless jam outfit in the mid-aughts and has since evolved into one of modern rock’s most eclectic and unpredictable touring acts. The group, a music-festival staple, comes to town for a two-night stand at the Georgia Theatre after releasing a taut new single, “Two High,” in May. With an entire album—the follow-up to 2015’s Daybreaker—reportedly on the way, expect to hear both fresh tunes and old favorites at the group’s two Athens shows. Music City roots-rockers The Weeks open Tuesday’s concert, and funky alt-rock act Big Something will kick things off on Wednesday.
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