Some of Atlanta’s Finest Live Music
We host some of Atlanta’s favorite and upcoming talent Wednesday through Saturday evenings. Music begins at 7:30 on Wednesdays and Thursdays, 8:30 on Fridays and Saturdays. There are generally no cover charges and seating is on a first come, first served basis in the Attic Bar (we accept reservations for the dining room only).
For music booking inquiries, send bio and music to: rsugarman at bellsouth.net.
Featured Performers at the Attic Bar
Kurt grew up enjoying the close-knit country life in Dahlonega and the the small town way of life is a frequent theme in many of the songs Kurt writes. He bought his first guitar for $80 from his friend, musician Zac Brown and has since recorded four CD’s and opened for some of the biggest names in country music including Kenny Chesney, Brooks & Dunn, LeAnn Rimes, Gary Alan, Darius Rucker, and Zac Brown Band.
If you blended Jackopierce, RUN-DMC, Guster, CSNY, and Barenaked Ladies together, you’d have a Shadowood smoothie. Bandmates Trey Tunnell and Trey Eiland met when they were around 3 years old in L.A. (Lower Alabama) and quickly became best friends. Their music blends folk, country and rock to form an avenue of music that translates and transform into many genres.
Wes began his professional music career in the fertile music ground of Athens, GA. He was the founder of “Catfish Jenkins” and toured and performed with The Verve Pipe, Hootie and the Blowfish, Cowboy Mouth and many others. After an 8 year run as an entertainer in the world’s greatest ski bar: “The Club” in Vail, Wes can now be found producing tracks for Atlanta area artists out of his new FS Studios in East Atlanta and playing around the Atlanta area as a solo and ensemble artist.
Atlanta musician Todd Wells has worked with acts like Matthew Perryman Jones (he has a co-write on his last record) and has shared the stage with Zac Brown, Clay Cook, Jennifer Nettles from Sugarland, and Angie Aparo. His new album is Lullaby for the Lonely: A collection of country-tinged, introspective, emotional rock ‘n’ roll tunes that reflect his tumultuous upbringing and his belief in music as a comforting and healing entity – and love as the driving force.
Grant Reynolds is a first-call Atlanta guitarist, vocalist, arranger, and multi-instrumentalist. Known for his technical proficiency, adaptability, and well-rounded musicality, Grant has been a respected and influential player on the Atlanta music scene since 2008. Most recently Grant has been touring with Barry Waldrep’s “Smoke From The Kitchen” project, which includes members of The Allman Brothers Band, The Marshall Tucker Band, and Mountain Heart.[/su_spoiler]
Benjamin Kinney is an Atlanta native. Singer, guitar player, songwriter blending blues, rock, and country. His southern roots have molded his style and sound to cater to all types of audiences and settings. He always says he tries to have a little bit of something for everybody, and he’s never met a stranger.
Truett was raised on Bill Withers and Stevie Wonder and can croon a Sam Cooke song or shout his lungs out a la Jackie Wilson. A child prodigy on guitar, Truett traveled around Georgia sitting in with Ron Pope and his band, The District. Truett is more than the sum of his influences; he’s classic and modern, new and old, absolutely stunning in his raw, unbridled authenticity.
Marty Manous is a skillful songwriter, soulful singer, and astonishing guitarist. His mission is to modernize blues-rock for future generations, transcending genres and combining soul and technical ability to prove people still love organic music.
With roots in the Statesboro, Ga bar scene, the GBB has made the move to Atlanta and they are making big waves. Playing everything from sold out all original shows at places like The Vinyle and Eddies Attic to packed out bars and club as well as weddings and corporate events all over the southeast.
Brian Wiltsey is a singer/songwriter living in Atlanta, GA. Known for his strong voice and knack for writing clever and catchy lyrics, Brian’s style can be described as sensitive artist to straight-up pop rocker. Whether performing solo or with his talented backing band, Brian Wiltsey never disappoints.