Five bands share the stage on Dec. 9 at Georgia Theatre.
The Oxford American is proud to present its 17th annual Southern Music issue, which celebrates the immense musical legacy, both past and present, of the state of Georgia. Published in partnership with the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism Division, the ...
Holly Golightly would seem to belong near the top of a list of transparent stage names, alongside Johnny Rotten and Andre 3000. Although our budget did not allow for a trip to scour the UK Office of Birth Records, by ...
More than 35 artists will perform Including Edwin McCain, Todd Snider, Elizabeth Cook, Jim Lauderdale and more.
Load Tedo Stone’s new album Marshes into iTunes and it proudly self-categorizes as Indie Rock. To me, though, that’s too confining a descriptor—it doesn’t do justice to Stone’s reverb-laden majesty or to his classic Southern rock melodicism. Perhaps a better ...
In just five years, the concert and events company has established two rapidly growing music festivals with a focus on discovering new and emerging talent.
From hip-hop to Southern rock, Georgia’s rich musical heritage takes center stage in Oxford American’s 2015 Southern Music issue.
Turn This Sorrow Into Joy
New business model empowers fan to invest in bands.