Longtime local singer-songwriter Don Chambers has explored various musical avenues over the years, including foot-stomping folk, ambient electronica, discordant guitar squall and classic-rock groove. His latest album, Love of Oblivion, is a soul-tinged take on “love, heartbreak, longing and wanting to give up,” according to a press release, featuring contributions from an A-list Athenian cast, including Drive-By Truckers keyboardist Jay Gonzalez, the Olivia Tremor Control’s Eric Harris, pedal-steel session mainstay Matt Stoessel and Chuck Bradburn of Southern Bitch. Chambers celebrates the album’s release with a show at the Georgia Theatre Saturday, where he’ll share the bill with the Thayer Sarrano String Ensemble and Joe Rowe.
DON CHAMBERS This longtime local favorite delves into pastoral folk and experimental rock with equal passion. Album release show! See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
THAYER SARRANO STRING ENSEMBLE Local songwriter playing hazy, shoegaze-inspired Southern rock.
JOE ROWE Local musician singing songs about life and death.