Artist Spotlight

Ed Sheeran’s, Divide album review

Ed Sheeran’s, Divide album review

From the sweet harmonious ballads we slowly hum along with, to the upbeat hip-hop songs we scream in our cars, Ed Sheeran’s new album displays the complexity of his 26-year-old mind. It is a mixture of heartbreak, happiness and jealousy all...

 

Touring band to make stop in Carrollton

Touring band to make stop in Carrollton

The local pop/rock band, Glass Mansions, is on tour and will be performing a show in Carrollton. The South Carolina natives began their tour on March 2 and the stop in Carrollton is the last show before the culmination of their tour at NOPHEST...

 

Blaire Hanks Comes to Georgia

The South’s talk of the town, Blaire Hanks, is coming to Rome, GA on March 18 at 9 p.m. at the Brewhouse downtown.  Hanks has made a name for himself over the years as a country music artist and songwriter. From touring across the states,...

 

Rising film director showcases talent at Georgia State

Rising film director showcases talent at Georgia State

  Rising film director Erika Anderson showcased her talent in the Campus Movie Fest (CMF) on Monday, Feb. 13. CMF, which is the  World’s largest student film festival, was hosted at Georgia State University. Contestants...

 

Patrons and sponsors offer artists a means to create

Patrons and sponsors offer artists a means to create

Brainard Carey, an influential American artist, conducted a webinar offering advice to artists on how to get patrons and sponsors. Carey presented this particular webinar on October 19 at 8 p.m. and over 400 people attended. To better understand...

 

Solange’s “A Seat at the Table” Provokes Healing

Solange’s “A Seat at the Table” Provokes Healing

Solange released her third album A Seat at the Table on Friday, Sept. 30.  A Seat at the Table speaks to the emotional toll many African Americans face in today’s pivotal movement. The songs on the album act as mental therapy for those concerned...

 

Singer-songwriter Yuna performs in Atlanta

Singer-songwriter Yuna performs in Atlanta

Do yourself a favor: go see Yuna live. The Masquerade’s Hell was sold out on Friday, Oct. 7 for good reason: Yuna’s Chapters Tour was in Atlanta. Doors opened at 7 p.m., and the show started at 8:30 p.m. Opening the show was Chicago native...

 

Icelandic Band Kaleo Debuts Headline Tour in Atlanta

Icelandic Band Kaleo Debuts Headline Tour in Atlanta

Pictured: Lead Singer, JJ Julius Son The indie-rock band Kaleo kicked off their international headline tour, “The Handprint Tour,” at Center Stage Theater in Atlanta on Monday, Sept. 26. Being a sold-out show, the small venue combined with...

 

Madness at Music Midtown

Atlanta, Ga.—The season of music festivals is almost over in Atlanta after the rollercoaster of a ride that was the Sixth Annual Music Midtown. Piedmont Park was packed Sept. 17 and 18 with thousands of people of all ages with one thought...

 

A Dead Bear and His Horror Band of Zombies

A Dead Bear and His Horror Band of Zombies

Bear Rowell steps up to the microphone. He holds his guitar and begins looking around the dimly lit room. He wears a dingy but nicely pressed grey dress coat. His face is covered in white face makeup, and his eyes are painted black. From a distance...

 
 
 
 

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