Bullet Music Artist Spotlight’s February artist, Soda Jerks sat down with Bullet Music to talk about DIY clothing and the challenges of being a two piece band.
Lanes has been hard at work proving that Atlanta is more than just a rap city, and their genre-bending, pop sound sets them apart from a world full of Matt Healy wannabes.
Jonboy Storey has been destined for country music success ever since his family started calling him “Jonboy,” but a great name doesn’t prevent adversity.
Amelia’s empowering presence is going to make her a force in the music world. From the fierce determination she has shown since she was a child, to her calm, understanding view of anxiety and the pressures of modern life, Amelia has the ability to make you feel simultaneously comfortable and restless.
Mermaid Motor Lounge frontman Josh Erwin and his team, consisting of bassist Troy Harris, fiddler Jenna Mobley and guitarist Matt Pendrick, have created a mystifying and unique sound that Erwin describes as that of “a rock band that sounds like they’re trying to sound a little like a country band.”
Rebecca Ramos, better known as I the Victor, has battled many personal demons in her life, but through her relentless pursuit of music, she has found a way to help herself and others through trying times.
Reverend Hylton channels his oldest influences and wildest experiences into an honest songwriting and story-telling experience. He discusses songwriting, becoming a Reverend, and wilder times ahead of his headlining show at Smith's Olde Bar as part of Bullet Music's Artist Spotlight Series.
Atlanta's Anthony Crane puts a soulful touch into the pop formula. By pioneering a unique blend of soul and pop with hints of reggae, Crane is poised to position himself at the top of the Hot 100.
Sweet Tea Trio is a true southern bunch. Read about their late night antics at Waffle House and playing on the CMA stage for the first time.