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Kelly Clarkson at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, GA

Season 1 American Idol winner and pop superstar Kelly Clarkson made a stop on her tour at the Fox Theater in downtown Atlanta, GA., where she performed for a sold-out audience. Clarkson was joined onstage at one point by another Idol alumna, Tamyra Gray. OPening the show for her tour is Matt Nathanson. Music News Nashville's Page Allen-White was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Black River Entertainment CRS Showcases with Craig Morgan, Sarah Darling, Glen Templeton and Due West

Nashville's Black River Entertainment held showcases for their artists Craig Morgan, Sarah Darling, Glen Templeton and Due West at Country Radio Seminar (CRS) in Music City. CRS is attended by radio station programmers, on-air personalities, station managers and more. Craig Morgan has just released his new album on the Black River label, "This Ole Boy." Sarah Darling is one of Country music's hottest rising stars while Glen Templeton and Due West are making their own...
 

Tenacity Records CRS Showcases with Darryl Worley and Bill Gentry

Nashville's Tenacity Records held a showcase with Darryl Worley and Bill Gentry during the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) held in Music City. CRS attendees include radio programmers and on-air personalities, station managers and more. Darryl Worley has topped the charts with many hits including "Have You Forgotten." Along with being a Country artist, Bill Gentry own's Atlanta's Wild Bill's, the largest music venue and dance hall in the country. Music News Nashville was on hand to ...
 

43rd Annual GMA Dove Awards Nominations Press Conference

The nominations for the 43rd Annual Gospel Music Dove Awards were announced at a press conference in downtown Atlanta. Announcing the nominations were Gospel music artists Montell Jordan and Jaime-Grace, World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion AJ Styles and Comedian Chonda Pierce. Hosting the event was Jackie Patillo, Executive Director of the Gospel Music Association. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the event in photos.
 

Estelle at Center Stage in Atlanta, GA

R&B artist Estelle brought her tour to the Center Stage in downtown Atlanta, GA, where she performed her hits for the crowd of enthusiastic fans that packed the venue. At one point, superstar John Legend came onstage to join Estelle for a song. The crowd sang along to her songs and clearly enjoyed the performance. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

James McMurtry in Atlanta, GA

Texas Rock/Country guitarist and singer James McMurty brought his tour to the Variety Playhouse in the Little 5 Points district of downtown Atlanta, GA., where he performed for and enthusiastic crowd of fans. The son of acclaimed author Larry McMurtry, James played fan favorite hits including "We Can't Make It Here" which, in 2011, was cited among 'The Nation's' "Best Protest Songs Ever. Music News Nashville's Page Allen-white was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Emilie Autumn and The Bloody Crumpets in Atlanta

Emilie Autumn brought her Bloody Crumpets and their Burlesque-influenced theatrical show to The Loft in downtown Atlanta where they performed for a SRO crowd of costumed-dressed fans. With frequent costume changes, masks and makeup, Autumn's show is like a cross between DragonCon, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and an erotic New Orleans Mardi Gras masquerade ball. It was definitely a performance that will be remembered and Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Willie Nelson and Sonia Leigh in Atlanta

Country legend Willie Nelson, along with rising alt/rock star Sonia Leigh, performed for a sold out crowd at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta. Nelson performed his mega-hits for the SRO crowd, many of whom were enjoying Willie's brand of "first aid." Sonia Leigh, a fast-rising star on Zac Brown's Southern Ground label, sang her well-known songs for her strong Atlanta fan base and wowed the crowd with her edgy vocals and hot guitar licks. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Yonder Mountain String Band and Infamous Stringdusters in Atlanta, GA

Hit bluegrass bands The Infamous Stringdusters and Yonder Mountain String Band broutgh their unique, yet traditional styles of bluegrass music to The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA., where they performed their hits and fan favorites for the packed venue. The audience was their to party, as was evidenced by the wafting aromas through the air, and sang along with their favorite songs. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

George Strait at Gwinnett Arena in Duluth, GA

Country "King" George Strait made a stop on his tour with Martina McBride at the Gwinnett Arena in Duluth, GA, where he performed for a sold-out crowd of fans. Strait played many of his 53 #1 hits for the enthusiastic audience who kept cheering throughout the evening. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture King George's return to the southern capitol where he played at the same venue he helped open in 2002.
 

Sophie Milman in Atlanta, GA

Russian-born jazz singer Sophie Milman made a stop on her tour in Atlanta at the Ferst Center Theater on the Georgia Tech campus. There, she performed songs from her numerous albums and fan-favorite hits for a crowd of fans who'd come to hear Milman perform with her band. It was an intimate evening of great music and vocals and Music News Nashville was on hand at the concert to capture the event in photos.
 

Anthrax at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

Heavy Metal band Anthrax made a stop on their tour at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA., where they performed their hits, along with some new material, for their enthusiastic fans. It was a sea of black shits and raised arms filling the venue, screaming at the top of their voices for Joey Belladonna and his band who easily matched and surpassed the volume of the crowd. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Widespread Panic at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

Hit jam band Widespread Panic made a stop on their Wood Tour 2012 at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA., where they performed their hits and new material for three sold-out crowds. Widespread Panic is working with food banks to collect items for those in need. If you attend one of their upcoming shows, be sure to bring packaged food items for donation. The tour continues through February. Music News Nashville was in Atlanta to capture photos for the show.
 

Mat Kearney at Center Stage in Atlanta, GA

Nashville-based alt-rocker Mat Kearney made a stop at Center Stage in downtown Atlanta, GA., where he performed for a sold-out crowd. Mat sang selections from his new album, "Young Love," as well as older crowd favorites which kept the audience singing along and dancing with the music throughout the evening.. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos, including some pre-show warm up shots with his band backstage.
 

Kellie Pickler In-Store CD Signing In Kennesaw, GA

Country star Kellie Pickler made a stop on her Best Buy in-store CD signing tour in Kennesaw, GA., where she met fans, posed for photos and signed copies of her new album, "100 Proof." The new album is a departure for Kellie from her previous body of work and reflects songs with a more traditional flair and personal flavor for the Country superstar. The new album is being well-received by critics and fans alike, and many of the Kellie Pickler fans lined up for hours to meet the American...
 

Marc Broussard in Atlanta, GA

Louisiana native Marc Broussard, described as a singer/songwriter full of "Bayou Soul," made a stop on his tour at Center Stage in downtown Atlanta, GA., and performed his hits for a sold-out crowd of enthusiastic fans. Best known for "Home," which was the theme song for the TV show "Medium," Broussard has the women in the audience swooning with his silky smooth vocals and bluesy-style guitar licks. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Lelia Broussard and Gabe Dixon in Atlanta

South Lousiana soulful pop singer Lelia Broussard and piano-driven rocker Gabe Dixon made a stop on their current North American tour at Vinyl in downtown Atlanta, where they performed for a house full of enthusiastic fans. The audience enjoyed an acoustic set from both artists who performed separately as well as together on a number of songs. Music News Nashville was on hand to capture the evening in photos.
 

Comedian Anjelah Johnson in Atlanta, GA

The historic Buckhead Theater, located in the trendy Buckhead district of Atlanta, was the scene for comedy as Anjelah Johnson took the region by storm. Literally. Severe inclement weather almost prevented the actress/comedian from flying into the Georgia capital. She made it, but her baggage didn’t. Ever the consummate performer, Johnson tweeted to her followers “I made it to ATL yay! But my bags didn't boo. I have no clothes or make up. Let's do this.” Music News...
 
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