Posted on Apr 26, 2012
Pop rockers The Fray, along with indie rocker Dia Frampton and her sister, Meg, with their band made a stop on the Scars and Stories Tour at the Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA. There, they performed their hits, along with material from the new album Scars and Stories, for a sold-out crowd of fans who kept the house rocking as they danced to the songs and sang along. Fans came from as far away as Sout Carolina, Florida, Alabama and Tennessee to catch The Fray in concert, and Music News Nashville...
Posted on Apr 22, 2012
Megafaun is an American psych-folk band based in Durham, North Carolina. The are currently out on tour in support of Drive-By Truckers and made a stop at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA., where they performed their eclectic music for a diverse crowd of fans. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the show in photos.
Posted on Apr 15, 2012
IBMA multi-award winners Dailey & Vincent brought Bluegrass to the city when they made a stop at the Ferst Center for the Arts on the Georgia Tech campus in downtown Atlanta, GA. Performing material from their latest release, "The Gospel Side of Dailey & Vincent" sponsored by Cracker Barrel, as well as hits from earlier albums including "Brothers From Different Mothers" and more, the hit duo kept the diverse audience swaying and clapping along with their songs. Music News Nashville was on hand...
Posted on Apr 14, 2012
Country hit makers Josh Turner and Craig Campbell made a stop on their tour at the Cobb Energy Center in Atlanta, GA, where they performed their songs for a packed house of enthusiastic fans. Campbell took to the stage first, opening the show and gaining a new legion of fans with his clear vocals. Josh Turner then came on stage and wowed the crowd with his deep bass voice and chart-topping songs. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
Posted on Apr 14, 2012
Legendary country rocker Hank Williams Jr. brought his Rowdy Friends tout to the Gwinnett Arena in Duluth, GA., where he performed his hits and more for a wildly enthusiastic crowd of fans. Opening for Bocephus was Jamey Johnson, the outlaw country rocker / songwriter with a string of hits himself. Both artists kept the fans on their feet and dancing throughout the evening. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the concert in photos.
Posted on Apr 12, 2012
American Idol Anoop Desai opened for Gym Class Heroes at Legion Field on the Georgia State campus in Atlanta, GA. Desai made American Idol history by being the first ever 13th finalist on American Idol. Favored to win by celebrities including Ellen DeGeneres and Keith Urban, Desai achieved a sixth place finish, becoming the second Indian American to advance to the final stages of American Idol. Music News Nashville's Jeremy Barton was on hand to capture the show in photos.
Posted on Apr 11, 2012
It was the opening night for Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, the new gothic horror play penned by author Stephen King and songwriter John Mellencamp. King, who wrote the book for the play, and Mellencamp, who wrote the music and lyrics, were both in attendance for opening night. Also present were T Bone Burnett, musical director for the production, actress Meg Ryan who is dating Mellencamp, and basketball legend Charles Barkley. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the red...
Posted on Apr 10, 2012
Hit rockers The Red Hot Chili Peppers, along with pop artist/songwriter Santigold, made a stop on their tour at the Gwinnett Arena in Duluth, GA, where they performed their hits and more for a packed house of enthusiastic fans. Santigold opened the show with her unique brand of pop music tinged with rap and hip-hop flavors. Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer rocked the house and put on a fantastic show with high-tech lighting and continuous movement on stage. Music News...
Posted on Apr 6, 2012
Soulful singer/songwriter Martin Sexton, along with indie artist Stephen Kellogg, made a stop on his current tour at the Variety Playhouse in the Little Five Points district of Atlanta, GA. Opening the show, Stephen Kellogg performed his original songs with a unique style and strong vocals that definitely gained him a venue full of new fans in Atlanta. When Sexton took the stage, he performed songs from his latest CD, "Fall Like Rain," as well as material from earlier albums. Having hits that...
Posted on Apr 2, 2012
Alt Country Rocker Corey Smithy brought his band to The Forum in downtown Rome, GA., where he performed for a sold out crowd. Smith performed material from his newest CD, The Broken Record, as well as fan-favorites like "Twenty-One," "F*** The Po-Po" and "If I Could Do It Again." Corey has built a strong fan-base across the country and his performances are definite must-see's. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
Posted on Mar 17, 2012
Indie rockers The Wood Brothers made a stop at The Variety Playhouse in the Little Five Points district in downtown Atlanta, GA. and performed for a packed house of enthusiastic fans. Hailing originally from Boulder Colorado, the Wood Brothers are signed on Zac Brown's label Southern Ground Records. Opening the show was Seth Walker, an Americana / Roots rocker currently calling Nashville hone base. Both the Wood Brothers and Set Walker kept the audience dancing, singing along...
Posted on Mar 14, 2012
Hit rockers Jane's Addiction made a stop at the Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA., where they performed for a sold-out crowd of enthusiastic fans. Just before the show, Dave Navarro autographed a hand-painted guitar which will be donated to St. Jude Children's Hospital for charity auction. The guitar was hand-painted by Neal Hamilton, former photographer and artists at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
Posted on Mar 11, 2012
Cincinnati-based indie alt band Walk the Moon and Leeds, U.K.-based indie pop band Kaiser Chiefs made a stop at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA., where they performed for a packed house of enthusiastic fans. Both bands kept the audience dancing and singing along with their hits. Music News Nashville's photographer Page Allen-White was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
Posted on Mar 11, 2012
Hit comedy due Garfunkel and Oates, made up of actors Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci, made a stop in Atlanta on their tour and performed four old-out shows at The Laughing Skull Lounge comedy club. The two women, with numerous screen and television credits between them, told stories and sang original songs that kept the audience laughing from start to finish. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos. Also, to read a review of the show and interview ...
Posted on Mar 8, 2012
Hit singer/songwriter, rapper, producer and actor Trey Songz made a stop at the historic Fox Theater in downtown Atlanta, GA., where he performed his hits and new material for a sold-out crowd of fans. The crowd stayed on their feet throughout the concert, cheering enthusiastically as Songz slide smoothly from one hit song to the next. It was definitely a good night for fans of rap and hip-hop music. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
Posted on Mar 5, 2012
The Queen of soul, Aretha Franklin, made a stop at the historic Fox Theater in downtown Atlanta, GA., where she performed her hits for a sold-out crowd of enthusiastic fans. The audience rocked on their feet to songs like "R E S P E C T", "Think", "Chain of Fools" and many more of Aretha's many hits. The Fox Theater was the perfect venue for this legendary music icon and Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
Posted on Feb 28, 2012
Country superstar Craig Morgan held a free CD release party in his hometown for his local friends and family at the Renaissance Center in Dickson, TN. Craig performed songs from his latest release, "This Ole Boy," as well s several of his chart-topping fan-favorites like Redneck Yacht Club, That's What I Like About Sunday and many more. After the show, Craig spent the evening signing copies of his new CD and posing for photos with the fans and friend who attended the party. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
Posted on Feb 26, 2012
Nashville-based pop/rocker and songwriter Ben Rector made a stop at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA., opening for NEEDTOBREATHE. Performing for a sold-out crowd, Rector performed songs from his latest CD, "Something Like This," as well as earlier material. The fans clearly enjoyed Rector's music, cheering wildly thoughout the concert. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture both the performance and pre-show backstage shots of the singer/songwriter/artist and his band.