Strike up the band, it’s that time again as Smyrna-Vinings Patch gives you the low down on what’s hot on the music scene this weekend.
But before we highlight these local vibes, let’s celebrate the news that will soon begin its Song of the South live music series on April 13. Check out local artists, including Tim Brantley in the series’ debut, every Wednesday complete with wine and tasty aperitif.
Now onto this weekend as is the perfect place to be social with warm weather and the Men In Blues. These Atlanta favorites get down with all the blues you can use, and Creative Loafing’s second-best local cover band for 2010 serves up plenty of funky classic rock and roll, R&B, and country, too.
The Atlanta Boogie appears at Social Vinings on Saturday and both shows begin at 9 p.m.
Around the corner tonight, delivers fresh hot food with the cool stylings of UPC, a jam band covering tunes by artists such as the Grateful Dead.
If it’s , check out their saucy shrimp & grits combo while taking in some cozy tunes by Nelson Brownstone tonight and Jason Fulton on Saturday.
“Nelson and Jason are both great! I’d see them again and again,” said Barb Newton, a long time Marlow’s patron.
Both performances begin at 9:30 p.m., and then it’s Mick Wheeler on the patio on Sunday at 7 p.m.
Tonight, you’ll find St. Anthony's Pizzeria dishing out fresh piping hot pizza along with the good vibes of acoustic duo, Session Street. Or you might want to chow down on some of famous wings tonight while your ears rattle to the 70s, 80s and 90s rock covers from Men of Soul. The T&T Band gets the Red’s Timbers’ dance floor pumping on Saturday.
Have fun and rock on!