Two months before the October release of her debut solo album, "Navigate the Madness," Asheville musician Eleanor Underhilll woke up at 3 a.m. in a panic. Two years of writing, recording and mixing the biggest project the 37-year-old artist had ever created came down to one dark moment of anxiety.
Atlanta native Caroline Aiken is a world-class musician and songwriter. She’s also a gifted storyteller, and if you give her half a chance, she’ll talk your ear off. But what a delightful way to spend an afternoon or evening. There’s a reason she’s been referred to as “a timeless wonder.”
Music has always had the power to bring people together. This is exceedingly true for Eleanor Underhill and Molly Rose, the duo known as Underhill Rose. While attending Warren Wilson College in North Carolina, both met by chance over a Bonnie Raitt cover of a John Prine song.
For those who’ve never experienced a Michelle Malone live show, you’ve missed her incredible range, from hurricane-force vocals and spitfire guitar licks to sweet and soulful ballads. For those who have seen her, you’re the choir. All you first-timers, prepare to be baptised.
The beloved Atlanta born-and-bred Malone brings her dynamic vocals and slide guitar to the Train Depot on Saturday for an unplugged acoustic show with Atlanta guitarist Reno Roberts.
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A benefit concert for Gwinnett County police officer Michael Duncan, who was paralyzed in a helicopter crash in September, is set for Dec. 13 at Eddie Owen’s Red Clay Music Foundry in Duluth.
Local band ESOEBO (Eclectic Selections of Everything But Opera), fronted by Chuck McDowell and Gail Burnett, will perform and all proceeds will go to the Duncan family.
Listening to this album is akin to spending a lazy afternoon playing underwater bocce ball with Weeki Wachee mermaids, or enjoying a game of Kubb with rapacious and colorfully animated garden gnomes in a woodland meadow -- in short, playfully anachronistic yet inherently engrossing.
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Blackberry Smoke's Holding All the Roses is, without exaggeration, a transformative album that signals the next step in the evolution of Southern rock.