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The Doobie Brothers at IP Casino - Studio A in Biloxi, MS

Legendary classic rockers the Doobie Brothers made a stop on their tour at the IP Casino's Studio A in Biloxi, MS. There, they performed their hits for a sold-out crowd of fans, many of who had the opportunity to meet the band after the show. With mega chart-toppers like "Jesus Is Just All Right With Me," "Blackwater," "Taking It To the Streets" and many more, the Doobie Brothers are one of rock-and-roll's most endearing and long-running bands on the road today. Comprised of original members Tom Johnston and Pat Simmons, along with
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Phil Keaggy at Aquinas College Nashville

One of the most admired guitarists in music today, Christian musician and songwriter Phil Keaggy shared his music and his unique expression of faith on March 19, 2013, at Aquinas College Nashville. The event was titled Phil Keaggy: My Faith Through Music and was part of the college's public lecture series. Photographer Norris Carden was on hand to capture the evening in photos for Music News Nashville.
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Atlanta Jewish Music Festival With Lisa Loeb

The Atlanta Jews Music Festival was held recently in the southern capital, and hit singer / songwriter Lisa Loeb headlined the event, held at The Variety Playhouse in the Little Five Points district. Opening for Loeb was Blues artist Saul Kaye and Israeli pop band Electra. The venue was packed with festival attendees who were entertained by Loeb and the others throughout the evening. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos, including pre-show sound check and meet and ...
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Chief Greenbud Headlines The Atlanta NORML Conference

Nashville-based singer, songwriter, humorist and marijuana activist Chief Greenbud headlined the Atlanta NORML (National Organization for the Reformation of marijuana Laws) conference held over two days in the southern capital. The Chief, as he is known to his fans, kept the crowd entertained with ribald humor and both original and parody songs which address aspects of the use of marijuana. Called a cross between Jimmy buffet, Weird Al and Cheech & Chong, Chief Greenbud has been building a fanbase...
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Concert Review: Umph Love for Montana

Music can be somewhat sparse from time to time in “The Last Best Place”, but when the good stuff arrives, folks come out of the woodworks. Umphrey’s McGee made their highly anticipated return to Montana to play back to back shows in Missoula and Bozeman on March 9th and 10th, and if history teaches us anything, it’s that these shows would not be ones to be missed. UM has thrown down some of their most high energy and highly regarded shows in Montana over the past three years, and this one would...
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Gabriel Iglesias' Stand up Revolution Tour in Atlanta

Comedian Gabriel Iglesias, producer and host of Comedy Central's Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand Up Revolution, brought his Stand Up Revolution tour to the Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA., where he and his friends and fellow comedians performed for two sold-out nights. Joined by comedians Alfred Robles, G. Reilly, Martin Moreno, Rick Gutierrez and Shaun Latham, as well as Grammy-winning band Ozomatli, Iglesias performed his well-known "I'm Not Fat, I'm Fluffy" routines as well as a 45-minute set...
Suzanne Westenhoefer

Suzanne Westenhoefer and Steff Mahan at The Red Clay Theater in Duluth, GA

Comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer and singer / songwriter Steff Mahan performed at the Red Clay Theater in Duluth, GA. Sponsored by Eddie Owen Presents, the two performers gave the packed house an evening of musical and comedic entertainment. Opening the show was Nashville-based Steff Mahan. Interspersing personal anecdotes from her own life, Mahan performed songs from her numerous...
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Jason Crabb CD Release Celebration in Gainesville, GA

Grammy-winning Christian artist Jason Crabb came to the Free Chapel Church in Gainesville, GA to celebrate the release of his latest CD, Love Is Stronger. As Jason says about the songs on the CD, “With everything everybody has been going through these last couple of years, from the shootings to the hurricanes, the very thing that’s gotten everyone through it is love. Love wins when you are broken. Love gives us hope.” Performing songs from the CD at the 3000-seat church in the North Georgia city, Jason was joined ...
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Mindy McCready Memorial Service in Nashville, TN

A memorial service was held for Country singer Mindy McCready, who passed away on February 17, 2013. The service, held at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Nashville, TN, was attended by Mindy's mother, Gayle Inge, her brother Tim and his family, her aunts and cousins, along with music industry friends and family. McCready came to prominence with her debut album, 10,000 Angels, released in 1996, and recorded four additional albums, with her final release in 2010, I'm Still Here. IN the last few years of her life, McCready had ...
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Coheed & Cambria at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

New York rock band Coheed & Cambria brought their tour to the Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA. Combing a sound made up of progressive rock, punk rock, pop, metal and post-hardcore, Coheed & Cambria kept the sold-out crowd entertained with their high-energy show performing songs from their numerous albums which are described as "concept albums that tell a science fiction storyline called The Amory Wars, a story written by lead singer Claudio Sanchez, which has been transcribed into a series of...
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Dropkick Murphys and Old Man Markley in Atlanta

Quincy, MA-based Cceltic punk band Dropkick Murphys, along with L.A.'s punk bluegrass band Old Man Markley, made a tour stop at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta. There, they played for a packed house of enthusiastic fans who enjoyed the blend of genres from the two groups. Old Man Markley, comprised of Johnny Carey (guitar/lead voc.), Annie DeTemple (autoharp), Joey Garibaldi (bass), Katie Weed (fiddle), Aaron Higgins (drums), John Rosen (banjo) and the band's namesake, Ryan Markley (washboard)...
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Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers in Atlanta, GA

Comedian, actor, producer, playright, songwriter and music Steve Martin, along with bluegrass band The Steep Canyon Rangers, performed with The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at the ASO Gala fundraising benefit in Atlanta, GA. Martin, best known for his string of comedic movies and Saturday Night Live appearances, released his first bluegrass album in 2009, The Crow: New Songs for the 5-String Banjo. That debut album won a Grammy for the Best Bluegrass Album in 2010. Following The Crow, Martin released Rare Bird Alert...
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Anberlin at Center Stage in Atlanta, GA

Touring in support of their 2012 release Vital, Anberlin returned to Atlanta on February 13. Skipping their usual home in Atlanta at The Masquerade, the band performed at Center Stage for the first time. The energetic fans were excited to hear fresh tracks off the band’s latest release, as well as old favorites all the way back to their 2003 debut, Blueprints for the Black Market. The band’s third release, Cities, remains one of their strongest and a fan favorite, with tracks from it comprising a quarter of the setlist, including...
Chuck Garvey

moe. At The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

Jam rock band moe. made a stop on their "In The Groove" tour at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA, where they performed for their fans, dubbed "moe.rons". Compared to other jam bands like The Grateful Dead, Phish and Widespread Panic, moe. has a huge fanbase across the U.S. who follow them from show to show, living the "moe.ron" life. Comprised of Rob Derhak (bass, vocals), Al Schnier (guitar, vocals, keyboard), Chuck Garvey (guitar, vocals), Vinnie Amico (drums), and Jim Loughlin (percussion), moe...
Nate Ruess

FUN. and All Get Out at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

Grammy-winning band FUN. made a stop on their tour at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA, where they performed for a sold-out crowd. Winning the Grammy award for the hit song "We Are Young," Nate Ruess on lead vocals, Jack Antonoff on guitar and Andrew Dost filled the venue in the southern capital with music that kept the crowd cheering and singing along with the songs all night. Opening the show was S.C. band All Get Out, who rocked The Tabernacle as they warmed up the crowd for FUN. Music News Nashville was on hand...
Dan Reynolds

Imagine Dragons, Atlas Genius and Nico Vega at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

Las Vegas indie rockers Imagine Dragons, along with Atlas Genius and Nico Vega, brought their Night Visions tour in support of their new release by the same name to The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA. Opening the night were eclectic L.A. rockers Nico Vega, comprised of Aja Volkman (vocals), Rick Kohler (guitar), Dan Epand (drums) and Jamila Weaver (bass). Warming up the audience with...
Dave King

Flogging Molly with Skinny Lister and David Hauser in Atlanta, GA

Los Angeles-based Celtic punk band Flogging Molly brought their 2013 tour to The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA. The band performed a 24-song show for the sold out crowd, many of whom came dressed in kilts and other Celtic regalia. Opening for Flogging Molly was singer / songwriter David Hause and U.K.-based band Skinny Lister. Taking the stage first was David Hause, a singer / songwriter who performed solo and warmed up the audience with upbeat songs and encouragement for them to crowd surf...
Jeph Howard

The Used and Mindflow at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

Utah rockers The Used, along with Mindflow, came to Atlanta with the Take Action Tour 2013. Comprised of Bert McCracken (lead vocals), Quinn Allman (guitar), Jeph Howard (bass) and Dan Whitesides (drums), The Used rocked the stage and kept the enthusiastic audience singing along with their songs. Opening for The Used was Brazilian progressive rock band Mindflow, made up of Danilo Herbert on vocals, guitarist Rodrigo Hidalgo, Ricardo Winandy on bass and drummer Rafael Pensado. They gained...
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