Sounds Like: Elvis Costello, Paul Westerberg, Bruce Springsteen, Bright Eyes, Uncle Tupelo
Label: Two Sheds Records / Angelically Tough
Blake Rainey and His Demons
Love Don’t Cross Me
TWO SHEDS MUSIC 2014
Blake Rainey's most recent LP effort, A Man, Not A Biography (Spin Magazine - 7 out of 10 stars) might just signal the swan song of his longtime group, The Young Antiques, but after last year's live-in-the-studio EP Ambulance A... See Full BioMore Info
Return of the Grievous Angel - a tribute to Gram Parsons
The International Pop Overthrow Music Festival — Atlanta kicks off Day One with Blake Rainey & His Demons, The Black Sundays, The Sunset District, Atomic Clock, The Shut-Ups, Casper & the Cookies, and New Terminus.
Sat November 17, 2012 Doors at 9:00PM
On Thursday, June 14, local filmmakers will host a fundraiser for the documentary film, Blind Tiger, The Legend of Bell Tree Smith at the Rome Area History Museum on Broad Street. Named for the local historical figure, William `Bell Tree` Smith, the Bell Tree Benefit will run from 6:30-9:00 pm in the upstairs event room at the museum. For a $10 donation, patrons will enjoy drinks, hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction and live music by the Little Country Giants, Blake Rainey and Matt Green who are each featured on the film’s original soundtrack. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the filmmakers, Brian A. Armstrong, Seth A. Ingram and Larry Stephens, and see behind the scenes photos and footage from the film shoots. Guests will also gain insight into the historical impact of the movie’s protagonist, Bell Tree Smith. Tickets will be available for advance purchase at the Rome Area History Museum while supplies last. Ingram, director and producer of the film, says, I grew up hearing many conflicting tales about Bell Tree Smith. Some depicted him as hero and others as a tyrant. Through interviews and reenactments, our film explores this legend and dissects myth from reality- all while bringing attention to the most unknown yet significant piece of local history. The event is sponsored by the Rome Area Council for the Arts and the Rome Area History Museum.