Ones - Featuring "Jimmy Stiff" former lead
guitarist for Jackyl!
"rock out with your cocktail out" with "The
Regular Guys" funny man...
Steve from 9pm - 11pm!
$5 COVER/ Show 9pm 120tavern.com
||Sat Mar 08 14, 08:00 PM
Josh Lollis, Babes Bayou, Crystal Hopkins
||Sun Mar 09 14, 06:00 PM
The Douglas Cameron Orchestra
Tickets: $20 Cover
||Fri Mar 14 14, 08:00 PM
Uberstout, BEiTTHEMEANS, Dixie Duncan
Tickets: $10 Age
||Sat Mar 15 14, 08:00 PM
Drake White, The Big Fire, Preston Summerville Band
Tickets: FREE SHOW!!!!
SHOW Saturday, February 15th!
Drake White has opened for Blackberry Smoke, Kip Moore and many others.....come see
Drake White for FREE as he blasts his way to the top of the country charts!
Cedartown native Preston Summerville will be opening the FREE show as well!
Drake White’s debut album is the musical equivalent of a hearty stew. It’s
spicy, substantive and likely to leave you satisfied and smiling. The young singer/songwriter
wrote or co-wrote each of the album’s 12 tracks and co-produced with Jeremy
Stover. The songs reverberate with an appreciation for the things that mean the
most in life as well as an infectious appetite for enjoying a good time and making
the very most of every moment.
White’s zest for living and his musically adventurous spirit were cultivated
by family and friends in his native Alabama. “I was always really interested
in music at a very early age. Any time I heard music going on, I was drawn to it,”
White says. “Our neighbor, Mr. Brown, was a bluegrass musician and that’s
how I got my first guitar. My family has always been very musical. My dad can out
sing me. He’s great and my mom is the same way. My father was a fan of rock
and roll, so I grew up listening to Journey, Bob Seger, Creedence Clearwater Revival
and the Allman Brothers. He was always into Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson
and all those guys too. My mom likes like Joe Cocker and stuff like that. There
was always music on.”
White describes his music as “soulful, roots-based country with a little rock
and a little funk.” His songs are populated with blue collar characters who
aren’t afraid of hard work and know the value of family and friendship. The
opening track, “Cold Beer With My Name On It,” is a fiddle-laced number
about working all week and enjoying life off the clock to the fullest. “She
Likes It Old School” celebrates the virtues of a woman who likes back roads,
vinyl records, slow kisses, homemade ice cream and the very best of life’s
simple, classic pleasures.
“If I Could Have a Drink” is a cleverly penned tune that opens with the
line “If I could have a drink with Mr. Hank Williams, I’d ask him if
the whisky made him feel strong.” White proceeds to envision conversations
with Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash as he muses on life, love and choices made. The
closing tune, “Always Want What You Can’t Have,” explores that
universal longing for things just out of reach.
Part poet, part philosopher and part backwoods rabble-rouser, White has an ability
to tap into the emotions of real people living authentic lives because he’s
one of them. “I know who I am and my confidence probably outweighs my ability
sometimes,” Drake says with a self-effacing laugh. “I experience stuff
and I write about it all the time, so there’s an abundance of songs. I’ve
always known what I wanted to say and I’ve always known what I wanted to be.
I’ve had that gift all along. I’ve got this opportunity now and whatever
way it goes, I’ll be smiling. Whether I’m singing on the street or if
I’m singing at the Ryman, I’m going to be smiling either way as long
as I get to make music.”
||Fri Mar 21 14, 08:00 PM
DSB, Alex Guthrie
||Sat Mar 22 14, 07:00 PM
The Country Deep Tour,
presented by AT&T U-Verse featuring Jana Kramer with Canaan Smith and Austin Webb,
Jana Kramer, Canaan Smith, Austin Webb
Tickets: $20 Advance / $25 Door
us at The 120 Tavern & Music Hall for the return of country sensation Jana Kramer
with Canaan Smith & Austin Webb opening the show! Get your tickets now, they
will sell quickly!
If you ask Jana Kramer to describe her life in this very moment she would say, “Dreams
really do come true.” The singer/songwriter/actress has already had success
with three songs that were featured on The CW’s “One Tree Hill,”
where she plays the firecracker actress, Alex Dupre. Jana will debut a fourth song
on “One Tree Hill” this upcoming season that will air mid-January. Jana
is no stranger to the bright lights with her impressive string of movie and television
roles, but she credits her recent break into the music industry as her most important
accomplishment to date. “I love acting, but my heart and soul is in singing.
I’ve been terrified to pursue this dream because it’s so personal to
me. If someone tells me they don’t like my voice, it’s a lot harder
of a hit to take,” said Jana. “This is what I’ve always wanted
to do. I’ve wanted to do music my entire life. Growing up in Michigan, Jana
is no stranger to the rich history of country music, crediting one of her favorite
memories to baking cookies with her grandmother while listening to Patsy Cline.
These little moments are one of the many reasons why Jana hopes to share her music
with others. And she’s doing just that as the singer-songwriter is lighting
up country music with her emotionally moving songs and sweet, country vocals, selling
over 150,000 digital singles in the first six months. All eyes are on Jana as she
boldly graces country music with a fresh, new sound and powerful new music. “Country
music is in my blood. I love country music because it tells a story and I have a
lot of stories to tell.”
||Thu Mar 27 14, 07:00 PM
Adam Sanders, Travis Denning, Scotty Cram
Tickets: $8 Advance
/ $10 Door
Doors open at 7pm. Scotty Cram hits stage at 8:00, Travis Denning
at 9:00, and Adam Sanders at 10:00! Don't miss out! Get your discounted advance
tickets at www.120Tavern.com
Lake City, Florida native Adam Sanders moved to Nashville in 2009 in pursuit of fulfilling
a dream he’d had since he was 3…becoming a household name in country
music. After just two years, Adam landed his first publishing deal. He is currently
a staff songwriter with Big Yellow Dog Music and has had songs recorded by super
stars such as Luke Bryan, whose album Crash My Party (featuring Sanders' "Out Like
That") had the third highest debut of any record in 2013. Adam continues to write
songs, while working on fulfilling his next goal of becoming a household name in
||Thu Apr 03 14, 08:00 PM
Saving Abel, Fatcastor, South City Riot, Floored
Tickets: $13 Advance / $17 Day Of Show
us at The 120 Tavern on Thursday, April 3rd for Saving Abel w/ Fatcastor, South
City Riot and Floored!!!!
Since 2008 Saving Abel has embodied the definition of “Southern Rock.”
Even before their “Self Titled” debut LP, they were barnstorming the
country making fans everywhere they went by being themselves. Simple, down home,
charming, country-boys with immeasurable talent that was destined to take them straight
to the top. Their first single, “Addicted” did just that, reaching number
one on several charts and the follow-up singles “18 Days” and “Drowning
(Face Down)” helped sell over 750,000 copies of their debut album. They toured
heavily in support of this album, playing with Buckcherry and Avenged Sevenfold,
and later on Nickelback, in arenas across North America. Night after night, the
boys would go back to the bus with their ears ringing from 15,000 fans screaming
In January of 2014 the band embarked on a new chapter, as singer Jared Weeks and
drummer Michael McManus left to pursue solo careers. Saving Abel, working with their
new manager Jeff Hanson, found Trash The Brand singer Scotty Austin and drummer
Steven Pulley to join the band. Knowing that a lead singer change could have dire
consequences, Austin immediately took to fans at every show and established that
he was not here to fill someone’s shoes, but rather, he was here to take the
band farther than they’ve ever been while maintaining the legacy that had
||Thu Apr 10 14, 08:00 PM
Tickets: $15 Advance / $20 Door
rock band FUEL returns to The 120 Tavern & Music Hall Thursday, April 10th!
Tickets on sale soon!
||Sat Apr 12 14, 04:00 PM
The Six Shot Revival, Beitthemeans
||Fri Apr 18 14, 07:00 PM
Wayne Static, We Are The Riot, Corvus
Tickets: $13 Advance / $18 Door
Static is the enigmatic former frontman and namesake of Static-X, now forging a
successful solo career.
Wayne Static is considered the Terminator of contemporary rock music with his signature
blunt-force-trauma melding of industrial rock, thrash metal, and futuristic disco,
which is nothing if not cybernetic. But when you look back at Wayne Static’s
14-year legacy, the comparison goes beyond the music; having weathered musical trends,
survived lineup shifts, and even severed long-time creative partnerships to emerge
as a streamlined metallic machine.
Wayne’s career started with Static-X and their breakthrough debut,
Death Trip. Static-X has sold over three million records, and
completed numerous successful world tours including three Ozzfests,
Values Tour and Gigantour.
Static’s recording history is most impressive starting with Cult Of Static
released 2009, debuting at No. 16 on the Billboard charts and sold well over
100,000 copies in its first cycle, while Cannibal, which was released April
3, 2007, debuted at No. 36 on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart, selling
than 30,000 its first week out and solidifying the band’s place
as one of
metal’s pre-eminent artists. The album has gone on to sell
Static-X first burst onto the metal scene in 1999 with their
Warner Bros. debut, Wisconsin Death Trip, followed by the
Machine in 2001. From 2005’s Start A War onward, the quartet
tighter, busier, and more road-ready than ever. “Our touring just
stronger every year,” frontman Wayne Static says, “and our fans knew
were always going to deliver.”
In July 2007 he announced the beginning of a side project, Pighammer, but in a December
2007 interview with Ultimate-Guitar.com, Static stated: “The Pighammer thing
will happen when I have time. At the moment though, Static-X will remain my main
Pighammer was finally realized and released on October 4, 2011, marking Wayne’s
first solo effort. He formed his own backup band as part of the project, and it
was this new lineup that would later tour 2012 as Static-X. Wayne confirmed that
the former Static-X had disbanded in June 2013. According to Static, the disputes
between himself and the band’s former bassist Tony Campos over the rights
to the use of Static-X name have gone way too far, forcing him to disband the four-piece.
||Sat Apr 26 14, 08:00 PM
Sam Ivey 40th BDay
Bash at The 120 Tavern and Music Hall!, The Law Band, The Dreaded Marco, BEiTTHEMEANS
Tickets: FREE SHOW!!!!!
is invited to join us at The 120 Tavern & Music Hall to celebrate Sam Ivey's
40th Birthday Party with some of Atlanta's favorite local bands The Law Band, The
Dreaded Marco & BeItTheMeans!!!!! FREE SHOW!
||Fri May 30 14, 08:00 PM
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