- Music Reviews
- July 19, 2019
Interstate 13 (Dead End Exit Records/Black Lodge Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
The Record Company rolled into Athens, Georgia on a peachy Monday evening and took the Georgia Theatre on a blues roller coaster. Michelle Wilson went along for the rollicking ride and loved every minute.
Back Where It All Begins – Dickey Betts makes a triumphant return to Macon, Georgia. Michelle Wilson was there to capture the magic.
James Mann spent a sublime night with John Prine and Jason Isbell.
Sand & Lines (One Percent Press). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Scramble (Suicide Squeeze). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Hayes Carll shushed the loudmouths at Smith’s Olde Bar, much to David Whited‘s satisfaction.
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Are you From Dixie? (D-Fens Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Put Your Face in Gwod: The 366th Revival (The Smack Shire). Review by Steven Garnett.
Wild West Picture Show (Echo Lounge, Atlanta, GA, June 3, 2000). Concert review by Roi Tamkin.
Nina Simone (Atlanta Jazz Festival, Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA, May 26, 2000). Concert review by James Mann.
Rod Piazza & the Mighty Flyers (Blind Willie’s, Atlanta, GA, May 31, 2000). Concert review by Roi Tamkin.
Bend are making quite a name for themselves on the Atlanta scene, with high-profile gigs opening for the likes of Ministry and Powerman 5000. Andrea Thompson bends the ears of vocalist Scott Dodds and guitarist Jason Grover of the up and coming alt-rock quintet.
The Indigo Girls, with Spearhead (Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA, June 2, 2000). Concert review by Jeff Montgomery; photos by Shannah Cahoe Montgomery.
Joni Mitchell (Chastain Park Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA, May 19, 2000). Concert review by David Whited.
Roi Tamkin got the blues at this year’s Music Midtown festival in Atlanta, as he caught sets from Koko Taylor and her Blues Machine, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, the Jeff Healey Band, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and the Allman Brothers Band.
A little bit of hardcore, a little bit of power pop, a little bit of new wave, a little bit of rock and roll, and a little bit of punk — Roi Tamkin caught an eclectic show with Sense Field, the Stereo, and Lift at Atlanta’s Echo Lounge on April 27, 2000.
Music Midtown is a great chance to catch bands you might never get to see otherwise. Frank Mullen took some chances at this year’s festival in Atlanta, and found out what he’d been missing from the likes of Jimmy Cliff, BR5-49, the Jungle Brothers, and Bjorn Again, as well as a pre-Noel Gallagher walk-out Oasis.
Who says in heaven there is no beer? James Mann reveals why the world will never end at the Star Bar, and how the wrong woman can become the right woman in the right circumstances.
drew West takes William S. Burroughs’ Discipline of DE ("do easy") to the extreme. Here he expounds on his personal doctrine of Selfish Me.