Hot off their “Lost the Mountain” album release tour, Chicago based electronic, dance, fusion band Chachuba announced their Winter tour this month. Chachuba will be making their return visits to the cities of Chicago, Peoria, Asheville, Knoxville, and Athens.  Chachuba will also venture into some new territories such as theirContinue Reading

It’s that time of year just before the new years runs where we sit back and reflect on the year. This year to keep it interesting I am only going to choose one show per band so that my choices are not so much of only one band or another.Continue Reading

Chachuba, a four piece jamtronica band out of Chicago, released their new album “Lost the Mountain” September 4th and I was so blown away I just had to write down my thoughts. I have not seen this band live yet but plan to hit 3-5 shows as they come throughContinue Reading

Night 1 The Disco Biscuits returned to Asheville after 8 years (last show 10/30/2010) for a 2 night stand at the Salvage Station. Salvage Station is an old salvage yard that has been transformed into a beautiful venue overlooking the French Broad River. All week weather forecasts had called forContinue Reading

Fresh off their new album release Stylo, Toubab Krewe returned to Atlanta for the first time in 4 years. Now with a full tour in the fall of 2017 and a handful of shows in 2018 since their 3 year hiatus, the Krewe had tight playing and was full of smilesContinue Reading

Papadosio began the last week of their spring tour last night at The SignalThe SignalThe Signal in Chattanooga Tennessee. Opening for Papadosio, and joining them for this final week, was Buffalo New York’s jam band Aqueous. This was a winning combination in my book, so I decided to make theContinue Reading

“Never miss a Sunday show” is a saying concert goers live by, but it had a little extra weight at Atlanta’s Terminal WestTerminal West Sunday night April 29th. The Trey Anastasio Trio ended their spring tour run with a show dubbed “Sustain” a performance dedicated to Trey’s friend Chris CottrellContinue Reading

TAUKing McGee is a collaboration between the members of TAUK and Umphrey’s McGee and Atlanta was treated to one of these special shows as a late night at Variety Playhouse on Sunday night of Sweetwater’s 420 Fest. It was my first time getting the chance to see one of theseContinue Reading

Atlanta just can’t get enough of Arizona’s Spafford these days. Just 3 months ago during their red-hot “For Amusement Only” tour Spafford sold out the 600 capacity venue Terminal West in a matter of minutes. Then Spafford turns around and sells out Variety Playhouse, a 1,100 person venue, in aContinue Reading