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Lyle Lovett at Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Americana / Country singer Lyle Lovett brought his small acoustic band to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens in Atlanta, GA, where he performed many of his hits for the sold-out crowd. The outdoor venue in the southern capital was the perfect setting for Lovett and his stylings to entertain the sold-out crowd of fans who wined and dined on the open lawn of the gardens. Lovett played for over two hours and regaled the audience with stories of his childhood, musical influences and life on the road during the show.
 

Truth & Salvage Co. Kicks Off Their Tour In Nashville

Truth & Salvage Co. put on a lively show at Exit/In in Nashville, kicking off their upcoming tour for their latest album Pick Me Up. They performed singles like “Appalachian Hilltop” and “Welcome to LA”. The six-piece roots rock band from Los Angeles brought a homely like environment at Exit/In, talking to audience members before the show. Their fans were dancing and cheering on while they were performing. Towards the end of their show, the audience kept asking for more truth, and they performed...
 

The Psychedelic Furs at Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, GA

English post-punk / New Wave band The Psychedelic Furs made a stop on their tour at The Variety Playhouse in the Little Five Points district of Atlanta, GA., where they performed their hits for a sold-out crowd. Comprised of brothers Richard (vocals) and Tim Butler (bass), Amanda Kramer (keyboards), Rich Good (guitar), Mars Williams (sax) and Paul Garisto (drums), The Psychedelic Furs rocked the venue and kept the crowd on their feet, dancing to their favorite songs.
 

John Butler Trio and Soja at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA

Australian roots / jam band The John Butler Trio, along with Virginia-based Reggae / Rock / Alt band Soja, made a stop at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, where they performed for a sold-out crowd of fans, many of whom came hundreds of miles to see their favorite artists. Opening the show was Soja, comprised of Jacob Hemphill on vocals, bassist Bob "Bobby Lee" Jefferson, Patrick O'Shea on keyboards, drummer Ryan "Bird" Berty, Ken Brownell on percussion, Hellman Escorcia on ...
 

The Black Crowes, Tedeschi Trucks Band and London Souls in Alpharetta, GA

Hit rockers The Black Crowes, along with the Tedeschi Trucks Band and Lond Souls, made a stop on their tour at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Alpharetta, GA, where they performed for a packed house of fans, many of whom drove many miles to see their favorite band. Opening the show was New York rockers The London Souls, a trio made up of Tash Neal on lead guitar and vocals, Chris St...
 

Steve Miller Band at Turner Field in Atlanta, GA

Classic rocker Steve Miller brought his band to Turner Field in Atlanta, GA, where he perform at a post-game concert after an Atlanta Braves win over the Cincinnati Reds. Baseball fans were treated to all his hits including "Fly Like An Eagle", "Jet Airliner", "Joker" and more during the hour and a half long concert. Miller, sounding as strong vocally as ever, rocked the park and kept the energy levels high after the Braves took the night in a 5 to 2 win over the Reds.
 

Steff Mahan and Jennifer Knapp at Red Clay Theater in Duluth, GA

Nashville singer / songwriter Steff Mahan, along with folk / contemporary Christian musician / singer Jennifer Knapp, performed for enthusiastic fans at the Red Clay Theater in downtown Duluth, GA. Mahan recently released her live album, "Live at the Red Clay Theater," taped earlier in this year, and her return to the theater was part of her CD release party for the project. Mahan recently signed with Century Music Group and will be releasing a new album in September through her new label.
 

Capturing the Spirit of Spirit Animal

Originating from the east coast, Spirit Animal can definitely make an impact by unleashing their animal within. The up and coming band, formed in 2010, can now say that they have captured the spirit of their band. “That’s the real Spirit Animal line-up,” said front man Steve Cooper about their latest EP album, This Is A Test. Their earlier album, Cost of Living, Steve commented, “that was more of a one man driven and house production, now, that’s why you hear (This is a Test) with more momentum...
 

Alice Cooper at Summerfest in Milwaukee

Beginning with 1969’s “Pretties For You”, Alice Cooper began what is now known as the “Shock Rock” genre of live entertainment. Now, more than 40 years later, he shows us why he is still the master. While more modern acts like Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie pay tribute to Cooper’s horror-shock live theatrics, none have yet to match him. Aside from the mezmerizing (and often violent) theatrics that Cooper incorporates into his shows, the music is easily as important – and as impressive...
 

Cyndi Lauper and Hunter Valentine in Atlanta

Girls Just Want To Have Fun, and Cyndi Lauper is proving it on her tour celebrating the 30th anniversary release of her debut album, She's So Unusual. Lauper, along with support band Hunter Valentine, made a stop on the tour at Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Alliance Theatre in the southern capital, where she performed the entire album, along with more recent hits, for a sold-out crowd. Opening the show, Hunter Valentine warmed up the audience with...
 

LL Cool J at Summerfest in Milwaukee

Singer-songwriter, rapper and actor LL Cool J showed that he has not lost a step since kis debut album in 1985. During his 90-minute set on the MBO Harrris Pavilion stage at Summerfest in Milwaukee, he had the crowd in the palm of his hand – as well as on their feet. Supporting his latest album “Authentic” he kicked off the show with arguably his biggest hit “Mama Said Knock You Out”. That set the tone for the rest of the evening as the energy level both on stage and in the audience never waned.
 

The Smithereens at Summerfest in Milwaukee

As New Jersey rockers, The Smithereens, calmly walked on stage at the Marcus Amphitheater at Summerfest in Milwaukee, they gave of the energy and enthusiasm they were about to foist onto the audience. With their debut album in 1980 and multiple radio-friendly hits like “Blood and Roses” and “A Girl Like You”, The Smithereens have been a popular touring band since the mid 80’s. Despite not having a big hit in several years, the Smithereens continue to put on a high-energy, fan-friendly ...
 

B.J. Thomas and Jon Michaels in Roswell, GA

Five-time Grammy winner B.J. Thomas, along with singer-songwriter Jon Michaels, performed as part of the We Will Not Forget Foundation in Roswell, GA. The foundation, headed by George Ausman of Roswell, GA, supports the children and families of fallen soldiers through financial assistance and other programs. Opening the show, South Carolina-based Jon Michaels entertained the crowd with his humorous and thought-provoking songs. He talked about his latest conquest, beating...
 

Pitbull and Kesha in Atlanta

Rapper, songwriter, and record producer Armando Pérez, better known as Pitbull, along with singer-songwriter and rapper Ke$ha, took to the stage at Aaron's Lakewood Amphitheater in Atlanta, GA, where they made a stop on their tour and performed for enthusiastic fans. Opening the show, Ke$ha raised the roof with her high-energy set. Fans of the superstar came to the show dressed to impress, with gold glitter and more covering arms, legs and faces. Backed up by a team of ...
 

Los Lobos, Los Lonely Boys and Alejandro Escovedo in Nashville

Concert-goers could not ask for a better lineup during this night full of rock at Nashville's historic War Memorial Auditorium. The groups really connected with their audience and had them on their feet dancing in front of the stage to the sweet sounds of their guitars. Alejandro Escovedo, Los Lonely Boys, and Los Lobos even ended up coming together to play some of their classic hits. The night was captured by Nashville photographer Caitlin Harris.
 

Samantha Crain and Bombadil at Red Clay Theater in Duluth, GA

Singer, songwriter and musician Samantha Crain, along with folk-pop band Bombadil, stopped on their tour at the Red Clay Theater in Duluth, GA, where they performed for enthusiastic fans who clearly enjoyed both acts. Opening the show, Bombadil performed material from their upcoming album, Metrics of Affection, due out July 23. Along with the new songs, they performed selections from previous albums. With a definite sound lifted right out of the 1960's, influences like...
 

New Kids On The Block, Boyz II Men and 98 Degrees in Atlanta, GA

Hit pop boy bands New Kids on the Block, Boyz II Men and 98 Degrees are out on The Package tour. They made a stop at Phillips Arena in downtown Atlanta, where they performed for a sold-out crowd of fans of all ages. Opening the show, Boyz II Men started out the evening with their harmony-laced love songs which kept the women swooning throughout their set. Up next, 98 Degrees took the energy levels up a notch as they sang their well-known hits. Closing out the evening...
 

Hot Chelle Rae at Riverbend Festival in Chattanooga, TN

Pop rock band Hot Chelle Rae made a stop on their tour at the Riverbend Festival in Chattanooga, TN. There, they performed for their fans and spent some time checking out the view of the Tennessee River from the top of the stage. Comprised of Ryan Follese (vocals), Nash Overstreet (guitar), Ian Keaggy (bass) and Jamie Follese (drums), Hot Chelle Rae has been building a solid fan base across the country. Hot Chelle Rae is definitely a band to watch, with their solid pedigree in the music industry...
 
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