P!nk soared through the night at State Farm arena for her “Beautiful Trauma” tour, proving why she is and always will be the most badass female artist out there.
In a world where everyone seems to be moving so fast and there’s so much worry about the future, Wiz and Spitta (Curren$y) offer a grounding message of positivity, hustle, and camaraderie. None of us can be certain what the future holds, but without a doubt, 2009 dropped right on time.
Let music be the unifier for all things that keep us separate. From Canada to Mexico we shook it down at the Tabernacle with Metric, Zoé, and July Talk.
The Kooks came to Atlanta to deliver nostalgia along with fresh tunes from their latest album, Let Go Sunshine.
Michael Buble took his audience back in time at the Infinite Energy Center.
Interpol left too much to the imagination during their sold-out show at 4o Watt Club in Athens, Georgia.
Run the Jewels repped the city of Atlanta during DirectTV’s Super Saturday Night in Atlantic Station before headliner The Foo Fighters brought an evening filled with high-energy performances and surprise musical guests.
Liz Cooper and the Stampede played a sold-out show at The Earl in East Atlanta and it left us wanting more.
Cher, along with Nile Rodgers & Chic, are in a category of their own and really do prove that age is just a number with their performance at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.
With, It Could Happen To You, Fox Wound nail that balance between beauty and melancholy, creating something that almost sounds like it could have been a forgotten record from underground emo’s heyday .