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Unplugged In The Park 2014

For the past few years, Park Tavern has been putting on Unplugged In The Park, a free Sunday live concert open to the public on the Park Tavern stage. This year included one of our local favorite bands, Stokeswood, so we had to check it out this year. Highlights: Adam laying on the floor singing […]


Among the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coke, and newly constructed Skywheel, Centennial Olympic Park connects many of Atlanta’s tourist destinations downtown. It’s here that Party in the Park kicked off its annual event to bring Atlantans to this beautiful park among the city’s concrete jungle. This year, the music was stellar with local crooners Stokeswood, Minus the Bear from Seattle, The Joy Formidable all the way from Whales, MGMT’s East Coast Jammers, and DJ extraordinare Girl Talk.

Wild Heaven Grand Opening 2014

It finally happened! Wild Heaven opened it’s tap room and brewery in Decatur, GA! We were on hand to check out Wild Heaven’s new digs, while taking in several longtime favorites like Ode to Mercy and new ones including the Barley Wine. Highlights: the brewery tour by Nick, the President, himself and the Ode To […]


In front of the Peachtree and Piedmont stage stood a large paved parking lot filled to the brim with a sea of ecstatic music fans enjoying their favorite bands. With several thousand of your fellow Atlantans, and some good music, once the cloud parted and the storm passed, Shaky Knees’ Saturday night in Atlanta was a rocking good time.

The Dogwood Festival 2014

The Dogwood Festival has entertained Atlantans for over 75 years, and this year was no exception. We always enjoy walking the artist market, tasting wine, and listening to the free music. This year’s highlights included: jamming with our friend DJ Mynd, rocking with Wesley Cook, and trying So Delicious’ coconut milk ice cream. Score!


On the hill above a rural Georgia field is a large illuminated COUNTER.POINT sign that overlords something magical and inviting; it lures you in and takes hold of your soul. On the left of this sign in the sky is a sea of people gaggled together in front of an illuminated stage, their hands in the air, their bodies jumping and dancing in unison, their lips mouthing the words, while we stand in the back in awe of the sight. The excitement and anticipation from the crowd sends goose-bumps up your spine, touching deep inside all you want to do is join in on the happiness. That’s Counterpoint and I’ve never seen anything like it.