One Night of Queen
Aug 2, 2020
Alan Parsons Live Project
Aug 23, 2020
The Read Live!
Aug 29, 2020
Sep 15, 2020
Sep 25, 2020
August 2, 2020
The music of Queen comes alive in One Night of Queen performed by Gary Mullen & The Works. The performance recreates and pays tribute to the greatest live band of all time, Queen, and their hit songs like "We Are The Champions", "Break Free" and the unsurpassed rock legend, "Bohemian Rhapsody".
August 23, 2020
Grammy-winning songwriter, producer and engineer Alan Parsons had a hand at creating some of classic rock's most memorable albums, from Abbey Road to Dark Side Of The Moon. But when he wasn't creating collaborative musical magic in the studio, the multi-talented muso was cultivating a cult following thanks to his solo endeavours, releasing twelve mind-bending progressive rock albums between 1974 and 2014.
August 29, 2020
The Read Live! heads out on tour one more with the hilarious podcast taking center stage amongst a live audience. Pioneers of the digital therapy session, Fury and Crissle, entertain with their tales, advice, talk and laughter. The pair's successful podcast is largely down to their already big social media followings, only expanded by their on-air lively discussions, interesting debates and raw advice. Centering on pop culture, Fury and Crissle deliver their thoughts on what's happening as well as interacting with guests and live studio audiences.
September 15, 2020
"Hi I'm Phoebe" - So begins every episode of Criminal, the stunningly produced podcast from Phoebe Judge, Lauren Spohrer, Nadia Wilson and Rob Byer. In a sea of true crime podcasts, Criminal's originality marks it as one of the best. Featuring shows that tell 'stories of people who've done wrong, been wronged or gotten caught somewhere in the middle' no one episode is the same, (with past subjects ranging anywhere from Stockholm Syndrome to faking your own death) leading to a unique, and often unforgettable listener experience.
September 25, 2020
One of the shining stars of modern folk, Amos Lee crosses the genres of folk, soul and jazz and calls on Stevie Wonder and James Taylor as major influences. His 2011 album 'Mission Bell' topped the Billboard charts and included contributions from Willie Nelson among others. His follow-up may have been met with mixed reviews, but as with any singer-songwriter of this genre, it's at a live performance where the magic is truly made.
1280 Peachtree St, Atlanta, GA 30309
The Woodruff Arts Center was birthed out of tragedy. It was opened in 1968 to commemorate the members of Atlanta's arts and civic community who died in an airplane crash in Paris six years previously. Since then, it has become of the country's largest and busiest performing arts centers and is home to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the High Museum of Art.
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