Celebrate the Holidays at Dr. Bombay's with a special seasonal performance from The Acorns, The Stoplight Roses, and Willis Holder of Station ID! Entrance is free, but show your Christmas spirit by donating to The Learning Tea, which helps impoverished women in India continue their education.
Atlanta's own The Acorns are a high-energy folk rock band (that's Punk Folk to y'all). Following up their debut album, Lee Maddox Grocery, their new album In Hell was just released in March 2013. If you're down with Johnny Cash, Bright Eyes, Ben Folds, Butch Walker, or Ben Kweller, then you're down with The Acorns. Oh, Jeremiah is the musical cocktail of the musings and tall tales of singer / songwriter Jeremiah Stricklin. Each of his songs is filled with the distinct characteristics of the Deep Southern culture that he’s called home for so long. Following the cues from great songwriters like Josh Ritter, Shovels and Rope, Ryan Adams, and countless others, Stricklin’s music can best be described as Americana with elements of whimsy and gentle seriousness pursued through the exploration of rich instrumentation. His new EP, Tall Tales & Tiny Fables, drops April 13th.
Sounds Like: Johnny Cash, Bright Eyes, Ben Folds, Butch Walker, Ben Kweller
Manager: Jodie Cain (Booking)
Bio: Based in Atlanta, Georgia, The Acorns are a high-energy folk-rock band. Lee Maddox Grocery, the band's first recorded album, came out in 2010 and they have just released sophomore album "In Hell" in March, 2013.
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“The crowd was amped, and you could feel excitement all throughout the building, from the parking lot across the street, to the impressionist porn on display upstairs. I have tried to explain The Acorns music to several of my friends, and yet somehow “fun and endearing” does not explain the catchy folk-punk riffs and throw-your-fist-in-the-air pop melodies.”