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Daryl Hall, John Oates

Hall and Oates with Mutlu in Concert in Atlanta

Hit duo Hall and Oates, along with Turkish singer / sonwriter, made a stop on their tour at Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta, where they performed for a sold-out crowd under rainy skies. Despite the wet weather, fans packed the venue, bringing picnic baskets full of wine and cheese, dinner and more. Hall and Oates performed their well-known hits for the enthusiastic fans who sat under umbrellas in the damp evening. Mutlu opened for Hall and Oates ...
 
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Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in Concert in Atlanta

When you're still performing on stage as a singer after 54 years and selling out venues across the world, you must be doing something right. For the legendary Frankie Vallie and The Four Seasons, it's obvious after the first minute they come on stage why they've sustained and had continuous success for over five decades. After all, as someone recently said, he's FRANKIE VALLI!!! As Frankie explains, growing up as an Italian kid in the First Ward of Newark...
 
Tamar Braxton

Tamar Braxton in Concert at The Tabernacle in Atlanta

Singer, songwriter, actress, and reality television star Tamar Braxton, youngest sister of R&B superstar Toni Braxton, made a stop on her "Love and War" tour at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, where she performed for a sold out crowd. Crews for two reality shows on which Braxton appears, "Vince and Tamar" and "Braxton Family Values", filmed the concert for future broadcast on TV. Braxton performed songs from her latest release, Love and War, along with...
 
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Zac Brown Band in Concert - Atlanta

Mega-hit country group The Zac Brown Band brought their Great American Road Trip tour to Aaron's Lakewood Amphitheatre in Atlanta, GA, where they performed for a sold out crowd in their hometown. Zac Brown, a Georgia native, leads the band comprised of Clay Cook on guitar, Coy Bowles on keys, Daniel de los Reyes on percussion, Jimmy De Martini on violin, John Driskell Hopkins on bass, banjo, guitar and ukulele, Chris Fryar on drums and the...
 
Jack Johnson

Jack Johnson In Concert in Alpharetta, GA

Folk rock singer-songwriter, surfer, filmmaker and musician Jack Johnson made a stop on his tour in Alpharetta, GA, at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park, where he performed for a sold-out crowd. Nineteen-thousand fans enjoyed songs from Johnson's latest album, From Here To Now To You, as well as material from his earlier albums. Backing up Johnson on stage was bassist Merlo Podlewski and Zach Gill on keyboards. Click on the photo...
 
Bo Rinehart, Bear Rinehart, Seth Bolt

NEEDTOBREATHE and Foy Vance in Concert at The Tabernacle in Atlanta

Too often these days, when I go to a concert I hear a band that wants to push limits with controversial lyrics, off-stage antics that capture news attention and more. Sure, the old addage "sex, drugs and rock and roll" was a mainstay of my era and had its place in music history, and some bands continue trying to keep the stereotype alive. But, to be completely honest, that lifestyle gets old quick and can result...
 
Mark Lee, David Carr, Mac Powell, Tai Anderson

Third Day & Friends Concert with Needtobreathe, Jamie Grace and Royal Tailor

Mega hit Christian band Third Day held a concert with several of their friends after a Weekend Family Fun Camp including Needtobreathe, Jamie Grace and Royal Tailor. The concert, held at the Gwinnett Arena in Duluth, Ga, was an uplifting event for Christians who came to hear positive, upbeat music. Making a surprise visit was Needtobreathe, in the area to perform at their own concert for two ...
 
Jamie Hince, Allison Mosshart

The Kills and Nuns Performs in Nashville

The show started with Nuns, a brother/sister dynamic band who originates from Tulsa, Oklahoma with. They are fairly new in the music scene, and not many fans in Nashville weren't aware of who Nuns were. However, they made a good first impression on them. Nuns have a rock and roll vibe that reminisces a bit of the Kills in their starting years. They have a nice blend of grunge, psychedelic, garage, and indie rock. Frontman Hank Hanewinkel has ...
 
Tyler Glenn

Neon Trees with Smallpools and Nightmare and the Cat at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

I'm lucky, I get paid to go to concerts and listen to music. Sometimes it's good music, sometimes not so good. Last night with Neon Trees, Small Pools and Nightmare and the Cat definitely falls into the first category of good music. The trio of bands performed in concert at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA, and I was lucky enough to be standing in the audience to enjoy the evening with them. Opening...
 
Ingrid Michaelson

Ingrid Michaelson with Sugar & The Hi Lows and Storyman in Atlanta

Last night in Atlanta at Center Stage I was treated to three acts that, for the most part, bored me to tears. Okay, I know that sounds really bad and makes it seem as if they aren't good musicians and singers. This isn't the case. It's just that my musical tastes go in a different direction. So, to back up a little bit... last night in Atlanta, I was treated to three acts that are pretty damn good singers, songwriters and musicians. I'm talking about indie pop artist ...
 
Garrison Keillor

Garrison Keillor and A Prairie Home Companion at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta

Legendary humorist Garrison Keillor brought his live radio show, A Prairie Home Companion, to the historic Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA. There, Keillor and his cast of regulars, along with Suzy Bogguss, Lynn Peterson, Bryan Sutton and Casey Campbell performed for a sold-out crowd of fans who packed the historic venue to see and hear stories from Lake Wobegon, Guy Noir and other serial radio skits from...
 
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Quiet Life Performs in Nashville

Portland, Oregon band Quiet Life opened for Portugal, The Man at a sold out show at Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN. The group of young men may have called themselves Quiet Life, but they are anything but quiet. They opened their set with "San Luis Obispo", a song that has a lot of energy, and movement. Other songs included "Wild Pack", and "Skin and Bones". Quiet Life has a hint of country, a lot of folk, and mostly blues influence driving their sound.
 
Barry Burns, John Cummings

Mogwai Performs at Exit/In in Nashville

Exit/In has been the house to some of the greatest acts to pass through Music City, including the recent performance by UK band Mogwai. The post-rock band performed a stellar sold out show. Fans were in awe of the serene, yet commanding atmosphere that Mogwai brought. With very few lyrics and instrumental-driven music, Mogwai left an incredible impression on the gathered fans. They performed songs from their recent album Rave Tapes and a medley from ...
 
Tim Kingsbury, Regine Chassagne, Win Butler, Tim Kingsbury

Arcade Fire and Tune Yards Perform at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville

Bridgestone Arena was filled with fans that were dressed up as different characters, and they were waiting for Arcade Fire to perform. They opened with the songs "Reflektor" and "Flashbulb Eyes". The energy from Win Butler was very tenacious, and his wife Regine Chassagne matched as well, needless to say that Arcade Fire were very lively. Each song that they performed had different art...
 
Kevin Griffin, Jim Payne, Michael Jerome, Tom Drummond

Better Than Ezra with Jon McLaughlin at Variety Playhouse in Atlanta

Better than Ezra, an alternative rock band from New Orleans, made a stop on their tour at the Variety Playhouse in downtown Atlanta, where they performed for a packed house of fans. some came from as far away as North Carolina to see their favorite band. Opening for BTE was Indiana native singer/songwriter Jon McLaughlin. Both acts provided strong entertainment for the crowd, performing well...
 
Kyle Simmons, Dan Smith, Chris "Woody" Wood

Bastille and To Kill A King at Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta

I remember the original British Invasion that took America by storm in the 1960's, when the likes of The Beatles and Rolling Stones were introduced to audiences on this side of the pond. Since the 60's, more and more British rock bands have found fan bases in the United States and discovered the fun of touring venues across this country. Last night at The Buckead Theatre in Atlanta was no exception when Bastille, along with opening act To Kill A King, performed to a sold-out crowd.
 
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Taking Back Sunday at The Tabernacle in Atlanta

With just a handful of dates left on their co-headlining Spring tour with The Used, Taking Back Sunday packed in fans at The Tabernacle in Atlanta last Thursday. After getting warmed up by the opening acts, the crowd was ready to rock with the New York quintet, fronted by vocalist Adam Lazzara. The band performed tracks from five of their six studio albums, including last month’s release, Happiness Is. A little over halfway through the set between songs, Lazzara thanked his family...
 
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Rob Zombie with Disco Death Rock at The Tabernacle in Atlanta

So, walking into the venue, I was feeling a little trepidation about photographing the Rob Zombie show. Known for attracting wild fans who love to crowd surf, Zombie shows can become just a little wild. Well, not a little... a LOT wild. Last time I was at a show with crowd surfing, I took a foot to the back of the head. So it's not wonder I was a little hesitant. It all worked out, I didn't get hit, and it ended up being a fun show to attend. Rob Zombie is quite entertaining to see in concert. He leaps...
 
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