The Midwest Express Tour With Styx, REO Speedwagon and Ted Nugent

The Midwest Express Tour, with classic rockers Styx, REO Speedwagon and Ted Nugent, rolled into the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Alpharetta, GA, where they performed for a house full of enthusiastic fans who braved a stormy night to see their favorite hitmakers. As part of the Tour, the bands announced that STYX’s Rock to the Rescue charity organization will be giving away a guitar signed by all three acts as part of a silent raffle in which 75% of the proceeds will be donated to a local charity in Boston to help...

Show Review: Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall and Reno Collier

Comedy came to the historic Fox Theatre in downtown Atlanta when Larry the "Git'R Done" Cable Guy, Bill "Here's Your Sign" Engvall and Reno "I was a P.E. Teacher" Collier performed for two sold-out shows. Laughs abounded all night as the three comedians kept the audience in stitches. If blue-collar, good ole boy southern humor makes you crack up and ROTFL, then this tour is a must for you. Opening the evening was West Virginia native Reno Collier who came to the attention of comedy aficionados through...

Barry Manilow at The Gwinnett Arena in Duluth, GA

Pop superstar Barry Manilow brought his Manilow on Broadway Tour to Duluth, GA, where he performed for a packed house at the Gwinnett Arena. Performing many of his mega hits including "Mandy," "Looks Like We Made It," "Copacabana" and more, Manilow treated his fans to a musical journey through his career. Both before and after the show, he met with fans and signed autographs. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.

Sevendust and Lacuna Coil at The Tabernacle in Atlanta

Heavy metal rockers Sevendust made a stop on their tour at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA. With their hometown ties to the southern capital, Sevendust packed the hosue with fans, friends and family who all rocked out to the hitmakers. They performed their well-known hits, along with material from their latest release, Black Out the Sun. Comprised of Lajon Witherspoon (lead vocals), Clint Lowery (guitar), John Connolly (guitar), Vince Hornsby (bass) and Morgan Rose (drums), Sevendust kept ...

Magno with Jared & Amber at Eddie's Attic in Decatur, GA

Magno, solo artist, songwriter and lead singer of Atlanta-based The Villains, performed at the renowned Eddie's Attic in Decatur, GA. Packing the venue with fans, friends and family, Magno sang known favorites along with brand new songs never before heard. Magno's vocal talents and strong songwriting abilities have garnered him national attention and helped him build a base of loyal fans. Opening the show were Magno's friends, Jared & (a very pregnant) Amber. The husband/wife duo, expecting twins ...

von Grey at The Dogwood Festival in Atlanta

Sibling band von Grey performed at The Dogwood Festival in Piedmont Park in Atlanta, GA., where they kept the festival goers singing along with their sweet harmonies and folk-Americana stylings. Comprised of sisters Kathryn (18), Annika (16), Fiona (15) and Petra (12), von Grey has been garnering national attention by the likes of David Letterman, Conan O'Brien and Billboard magazine. Watch for them on tour this year with The Indigo Girls and more. For more about von Grey, visit

Matt Costa, The Blank Tapes and The Kicks at Vinyl in Atlanta

California singer / songwriter Matt Costa, along with The Blank Tapes and The Kicks, made a stop on his tour at The Vinyl in downtown Atlanta, GA, where he performed for a packed house of fans who came her songs from his latest EP release, Sacred Hills. Opening the show was Nashville-based band, The Kicks, whose high-energy impact made a huge impression on the crowd. They performed songs from their upcoming album Tonight Changes Everything, as well as previous material. Next up was ...

Andrew McMahon and Kate Earl at The Loft in Atlanta

Former jack's mannequin frontman Andrew Mcmahon, out on a solo tour to preview his upcoming new album, The Pop Underground, made a stop at The Loft in downtown Atlanta where he performed for a packed house of enthusiastic fans. Performing select songs from the highly-anticipated album, as well as Jack's Mannequin favorites and other solo material, McMahon kept the energy levels high and the crowd singing along to his well-known hits. Opening the evening was Alaska-native...

von Grey Performs In Atlanta On Record Store Day

Record store day on 4/20 arrived in the southeast with a bang as sibling band von Grey took the stage at Criminal Records in the Little 5 Points district of downtown Atlanta. Comprised of sisters Kathryn (18), Annika (16), Fiona (15) and Petra (12), von Grey have been garnering a significant amount of attention recently from the likes of David Letterman, Conan O'Brien and Billboard magazine. After releasing their self-titled EP last year, the sisters have been on the road, building their fan base as they...

Cold War Kids in Nashville

The Cold War Kids electrified the crowd at The Cannery Ballroom, stopping by Nashville on the end of their tour. The room was full of fans singing along and dancing to new and old songs alike by the band. The atmosphere was energetic and CWK never seemed to stop moving on the stage. They performed three more songs as an encore after the show ended and fans kept chanting for more even then. Photographer Leanne Young was on hand to capture the evening in photos.

All Time Low and Pierce The Veil in Atlanta

All Time Low brought their tour to the Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA, where they performed for a sold out crowd. Opening the evening was San Diego-based post-hardcore band, Pierce The Veil, who warmed up the crowd with their high-energy show. After a one-hour delay, All Time Low finally took the stage and rekindled the fire in the audience and kept them cheering throughout the evening. Photographer John Davidson was on hand for Music News Nashville and captured the evening in photos.

Steel Panther and Hillbilly Herald at The Tabernacle in Atlanta

Steel Panther, an 80's parody rock band from Los Angeles, made a stop on their tour at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA., where they performed for a packed house of fans. Known for their exaggerated on-stage personas that parody the heavy metal music and lifestyle of the 1980's "hair bands," Steel Panther gave a high-energy and highly entertaining show for a crowd mostly made up of 20-somethings who weren't even born during the era which Steel Panther parodies.

ABC's The Shark Tank Casting Call in Atlanta

ABC's hit series "The Shark Tank" began nationwide casting calls for the new season, with the first stop at The Fox Theatre on Sunday, April 14, 2013 in Atlanta, Ga. Thousands of entrepreneur hopefuls lined up to await a 60 second opportunity to pitch their ideas to casting agents for the show. Hopefuls began lining up at 10pm the night before, with many bringing chairs and meals to eat while they waited. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the event in photos.

Third Day, Colton Dixon and Josh Wilson at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA

Christian mega-hit rockers Third Day brought their Miracle Tour to the historic Fox Theatre in their hometown of Atlanta, GA. Performing for a sold-out crowd which included family and friends, the multiple Grammy and Dove ward winning band performed songs from their latest release, Miracle, which was released last November. Opening for Third Day were singer/songwriter Josh Wilson and American Idol season...

Caveman at The High Watt in Nashville

The Brooklyn band Caveman stopped by The High Watt in Nashville, finishing up their West Coast tour, prompting their new self-titled album release. The indie folk-rock band kept the room captivated with their sound and energy. The band consists of five members that have been playing together for two years now. Caveman will be finishing their tour in Philadelphia this April. Music News Nashville's Leanne young was on hand to capture the evening in photos.

NCAA Final Four Big Dance Concert Series in Atlanta

The NCAA's Final Four came to Atlanta, and as part of the festivities the Big Dance Concert Series was held in Centennial Olympic Park. Friday was the AT&T Block Party featuring the Zac Brown Band, My Morning Jacket and Saints of Valory. Saturday was the Coke Zero Countdown which included performances by Ludacris and Flo-Rida. Sunday was the Capital One Jam Fest which starred Dave Matthews Band, Sting, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Blind Pilot. Music News Nashville captured...

Michael McEachern, My Red & Blue, The CO and The Icarus Account in Nashville

12th & Porter filled the stage for one night on April 2nd with four amazing up and coming bands. Collision Radio presents Michael McEachern, My Red & Blue, The CO, and The Icarus Account. Friends and fans alike all came out to support and sing along with many new songs that the artists had just released. Music News Nashville's Leanne Young was on hand to capture the evening in photos.

Mary Poppins Brings Her 'Spoonful of Sugar' To Atlanta

The world's favorite magical nanny, Mary Poppins, alit in Atlanta at the historic Fox Theatre, where she's helping the Banks of Cherry Tree Lane regain their family's humanity through song and dance. Based on the stories of P.L. Travers and the Walt Disney film of the same name, Mary Poppins is a family friendly show that will appeal to children of all ages from three to eighty-three. As we meet the Banks family, I was awed by the performance of Alexa Shae Niziak, who took on the role of little Jane Banks...
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