Your Weekly Show Picks

Wednesday - 9/3040 WattColour RevoltBambara (We like them a lot)Twin TigersGo BarAbbanna Lebon (Pieces of our buddies Fashion Knee High)Daniel Francis DoyleMemory Gospel Dancers (Yet another Jeff Tobias Project)Thursday - 10/1Square One Fish Co.Lefty WilliamsFarm 255Kinky Waikiki (exactly how it sounds)Friday - 10/2The Classic CenterB.B. King (Yes. THE B.B. King)The Melting PointRack of SpamSaturday - … Continue reading Your Weekly Show Picks

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Wayne Sawyer (Updated)

Blow after blow. News comes from the Widespread Panic camp today that Wayne Sawyer died in his sleep last night. Wayne worked with Panic for a number of years and was a great friend to many in the Athens music community.Our thoughts and prayers go out to his daughter and wife and all of his … Continue reading Wayne Sawyer (Updated)

Athens Time Stamp: A Ziona Post

By Ziona KocherDISCLAIMER: Jordan Stepp, the amazing head of AthensMusicJunkie, is referred to as the Bosslady/Boss throughout this piece. I do this to annoy her. Nearly all descriptions of her cruelty have been exaggerated (except for the Glare 'o' Death. That thing is scary). While she does often tease, she's one of my best friends, … Continue reading Athens Time Stamp: A Ziona Post

Well That Was Random: Mother Jackson, Corduroy Road at UGA SLC

There's usually such a gap between the downtown music scene and UGA that one wouldn't know the other even existed if not for WUOG, frat bands, and the countless art/English majors that make up 80% of the groups. That fact is why I was surprised when a Telecommunications professor announced an "Athens Music" day in … Continue reading Well That Was Random: Mother Jackson, Corduroy Road at UGA SLC

Athens in Perspective: Indigo Girls in Atlanta

By Ziona Kocher“Wow, it feels electric out there!” were the first words we heard from Emily Saliers as she and Amy Ray took the stage on a rainy Saturday evening at Chastain Park. I couldn't help but think to myself, “if it is so electric, why aren't we all being electrocuted?” It had been raining … Continue reading Athens in Perspective: Indigo Girls in Atlanta