Friday, May 26, 2006

Town Mountain 5.25.06

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Saturday, May 20, 2006

Mark Kozelek 5.19.06

Mark Kozelek has recorded six albums with Red House Painters, two with Sun Kil Moon, and three solo albums. He has also appeared in several films, including "Almost Famous" and "Shop Girl." Mark is known for his haunting sound; reverberated vocals atop intricately mellow guitar work. Mark played an intimate sold out performance on Saturday. Below, Mark from Harvest Records restrains fans attempting premature entry (or premature fans from entry) before the show.

This show restricted all photography and video, but I was able to sneak one or two in...

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Friday, May 19, 2006

Angie Aparo

...the part of the show when all hell broke loose

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Corey Smith 5.16.06 you dig reminiscing about the good ol'drinkin' days when you were 16, sneaking out and doing keg stands in someplace far away like Mexico or Daytona Beach, as apparently many 17 year-olds do, then by george this was your night. Seriously, Corey packs 'em out at The Georgia Theater and The Roxy in Atlanta. He sings like the dude that sang with Santana that one time. You know, that song you thought you'd never stop hearing..."or else forget about it"... I'll leave it at that.

Sunday, May 14, 2006



Saturday, May 13, 2006

Unknown Hinson

Another all-time favorite. If you don't know Hinson, then here's the scenario: He comes in from the back of the room, dressed like 'vampire elvis,' chauffer in tow, whips out guns and begins to fire away as he reaches the stage (don't worry, folks! they're only cap guns), he's handed his guitar by the chauffer, who remains on stage without moving a muscle the entire show, then we all get an earful of mind-blowing guitar playing. Rock-a-billy at times, Hendrix at other times. He's even got a show on Cartoon Network. Immediately he was asked to play on Halloween, which he accepted. Fright night will never be the same...

Keep up with our pal Unknown here.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

saxon shore

My 55

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

john vanderslice

Monday, May 01, 2006

Dan Penn & Spooner Oldham

Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham have written more songs than almost all performers at the Grey Eagle combined. While this is a bit of an overstatement, these two are responsible for the sound of an era, having written songs for many of the great music legends. Google 'em and see what you find. You'll be impressed.

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