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Heralded as one of the biggest independent rock bands in history, Dispatch hit a major career milestone when they played an outdoor concert in Boston that drew over 110,000 people and were dubbed by Rolling Stone as the hosts of the the largest independent music event ever. Three years later, the ba... | more...

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From weddings to fashion shows, private parties to corporate events for companies such as t-mobile, delta airlines, and hp hewlett; dj onenate is able to consistently satisfy audiences by providing them with great song selections, personality, and high energy. | more...

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Although Django Django has made quite a name for themselves playing their brand of poppy art rock, the quartet is most defined by their lust for innovation. This innate desire is represented in the groups varied catalogue, which is high-energy, eccentric, and most notably diverse. With their continu... | more...

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Donna Hopkins is the real deal. Born and raised on an Alabama farm, Donna witnessed hardship first hand, channeling it into the soulful music that she creates and performs. Music runs in her family; her mother performed rock and roll in go-go boots and miniskirts and her grandfather was a fine music... | more...

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Dot.s is an electronic-dance music quintet out of Atlanta, GA. | more...

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“I feel like I’m in a totally new band right now,” says Dr. Dog guitarist/singer Scott McMicken. It’s a bold declaration considering he’s been co-fronting the beloved indie outfit for a decade-and-a-half, but it cuts straight to the heart of the intense and transformative experience behind the group... | more...

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Dr. Strangelove is a psychedelic, funk-rock quartet out of Atlanta, Georgia. The band features brothers Tom and Max Kollross on guitar and vocals as well as Cody Crawford on drums and Jack Scullin on bass. Strangelove incorporates improvisational jams and mash ups to create a one-0f-a-kind live show... | more...

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Drab Majesty, the neo-goth, post-punk powerhouse moniker of L.A.-based Deb DeMure, is the real gem of this survey of the dark side. | more...

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An Atlanta Southern Alternative Rock Institution. With 16 albums under their belt, Drivin’ N Cryin’ has been a fixture of Atlanta’s alternative, country, and Southern rock scenes since 1985. Frontman Kevn Kinney has a lot more character than you do,

and probably a lot more grit too.

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New wave vets Echo & the Bunnymen. Fronted by longstanding vocalist Ian McCulloch, Echo and the Bunnymen are best known for the dark, psychedelic pop and swooning mysticism of hits such as ?Lips Like Sugar,? ?Killing Moon,? and ?The Cutter.? | more...

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Elton John and his band have played some 3,700+ shows together. Elton John is a part-time Atlanta resident with a home in Buckhead.



His band includes:

Davey Johnstone - Musical director, Guitars, Backing Vocals
Nigel Olsson - Drums, Backing Vocals
Ray Cooper - Percussion

John Mahon - Percussi... | more...

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Fantasy Guys crank out relaxing numbers that are great for just chillin’. Kick back and vibe with their tropical tunes. For best results listen while laying in a hammock poolside sipping on a cold cocktail. | more...

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FLAP have been around since ?89, wowing audiences with a wide-eyed blend of country, punk, jazz, and psychedelia. Keep your fingers crossed for them to steal the show with their acoustic cover of ?Thieves? by Ministry. | more...

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Fuiste’s instrumental music is fast-paced and proficient. The band loves complex riffs and rhythms that will mystify some and bewilder others. | more...

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Since embarking on a solo career in 1994, Gary Motley has been at the forefront of jazz in the southeastern United States, establishing himself as both a keyboard virtuoso and composer. His captivating high energy performances transport audiences back in time as Gary Motley blends musicianship, crea... | more...

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Heart Hunters’ Drew de Man founded his first band, No River City, in 2001 and spent the next several years making records, touring the country and sharing bills with artists such as Iron & Wine, Calexico, and Alejandro Escovedo. After a decade away from the spotlight, his new project Heart Hunters—a... | more...

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Heather Luttrell and the Possumden have been peddlin’ their whiskey-soaked traveling show of Blues and Americana up and down the East Coast tirelessly for the past 10 years, gaining fans, notoriety and a few speeding tickets. With four part harmonies, acoustic guitar, resonator, bass, banjo, drums a... | more...



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