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"Francis Eagle is like a breath of fresh air to the music world. Amazing!" - Paste Magazine
"Francis Eagle is my favorite bird. I have some caged up out at my ranch in Texas; even though I think they might b... See Full BioMore Info
Mar. 29th, Tuesday - 8:00pm / doors at 6:30pm Dinner & Show discount options now available for both Table and General Admission reservations. Save up to $5 per person! Atlanta's, FRANCIS EAGLE, bring their brand of indie-folk to the Attic stage! Mixing banjo, guitars, percussion and infectious vocals, the band's songs are sure to catch your ear and move your feet. Fans of Band of Horses will enjoy their music. They'll be LIVE at the Attic in support of their recently released their 2011 record, "Buffalo Songs." THREADBARE, BROTHER is Atlanta's folk singer-songwriter, Timothy Walker. His acoustic guitar and songwriting are poetry in motion. Soft strums and tranquil finger-picked passages are intertwined with profound lyrical imagery inspired by great songwriters as well as literary greats. With songs inspired from the English Romantic period to John Steinbeck and Flannery O'Connor, Threadbare, Brother's songs have a depth and meaning beyond first listen. Fans of Ray LaMontagne, Bob Dylan and Sufjan Stevens will enjoy his music. Georgia's, EMILY HEARN, has it all. Great songs, a beautiful voice, and a personality everyone loves. Her catchy acoustic songs and captivating vocals make for a show all will enjoy. Her first EP, "Paper Heart," was self-released, and she has a full length coming out in the summer of 2011! Emily recently played at the Sunset Sessions in Carlsbad, CA with REM, Stevie Nicks, Iron and Wine, and Augustana. Look out for her full-length album this summer along with her new music video for her song, "Rooftop," co-starring the hilarious Bill Murray. She is now touring in support of her latest album, "Maybe."