Winter 2017Break Fest
A live music event for a great cause!
Saturday, January 28th • 1-8pm
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Proceeds Will Benefit
Featuring 5 Live bands (2-7pm)
A local Atlanta band featuring original songs inspired by the "Cosmic American Music" of Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris
Kevin's album Flaxen Grey was the 2014 Rock Male music award winner at the Georgia Music Awards. With music switching between country and folk, acoustic rock to Pop and old Motown, Kevin continues to put out music videos and new singles while pushing the envelope with lyrics that touch the soul.
There has always been a duality to Metroscene’s music, evoking descriptions like “swaggering” and “dreamy” in the same breath. The band’s early-millennial releases were college radio staples and reflected the excitement of the live set. Originally a quartet, founding band members John Phillips, Allen King and Kevin Redd re-emerged in 2012 as a trio with a fresh set of songs that are generating enthusiastic response from both old and new fans alike.
The Bantam Breaks are a new project in the Atlanta music scene. All accomplished musicians in their own right, the group formed in 2015 and began writing rock n' roll songs with a hint of alt-country. The group organized Break Fest because (in their words) "We love live music and we wanted to lend a hand to some folks who are doing good in the world"
Camera Box is a blues-influenced alt rock band that formed in January 2015 as a recording project between Danny Weathers and Josh Harrison. The group draws influences from retro blues artists (Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy, etc.) as well as from recent blues-influenced rock artists (Jack White, The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant, The Arctic Monkeys, Alt J, etc.).