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It has been a long time coming for both Georgia acts LAUGHLIN and Georgia Red Clay to join forces and do a show together! Well this dream has finally become a reality as the two red hot up-and-coming Georgia acts are joining together for the Inaugural "Country Night" hosted by the brand new music venue in DT Historic Buford "Tannery Row Ale House"! So go ahead and mark you calendars for March 7th as the Tannery Row Ale House "GOES COUNTRY!" Show Details: -Since Tannery Row Ale House is a restaurant, you want to go ahead and make a night our of it and grab some dinner before the show. To reserve a table call (678) 765-8979 or see http://tanneryrowalehouse.com/contact/. -Show starts at 10 PM (So get there before 9:30 if you want a seat) -All Ages are welcome, but 21+ to drink! More more info on groups performing visit: www.laughlinmusic.com https://twitter.com/laughlinmusic Instagram.com/laughlin_country www.facebook.com/laughlincountry http://www.georgiaredclay.com/ https://twitter.com/OfficialGRC https://www.facebook.com/Georgia.Red.ClaySave
Sounds Like: Zac Brown Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blackberry Smoke, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert
Manager: Chris Noles
Bio: Georgia Red Clay is a southern rock band based out of Atlanta, Ga. Playing all types of venues ranging from small bars to the large scale, GRC has left their mark all over the southeast. With the release of the debut single, 'Don't Tread On Me', in the summer of 2013; the music scene got it's fir...See Full Bio
: Georgia Red Clay has a show on 03/06/2015 at 09:30 PM @ Branch House ... in Flowery Branch, GA http://t.co/xfstTA83pa #concert
“Georgia Red Clay might at first simply sound like another dime a dozen Southern Rock artists, but these Georgia boys bring a unique melding of old 70s style Southern Rock with down and dirty blues layered overtop a Johnny Cash-like country bedrock. Reverbnation says they sound like fellow Atlanteans Blackberry Smoke, and the comparison is a valid one, but Blackberry Smoke has much more in common with The Black Crowes than Johnny Cash. Georgia Red Clay take on a little more, if not serious, then sombre themes.”