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The Longshot Saints

- US Atlanta, GA Alternative / Americana / Alternative...


Manager: Jennifer Mineo 770-403-4910

Bio: Timothy O’Donovan hails from a small town on Florida’s gulf coast. His family’s rural, working class environment and meager existence offered little hope in escaping a blue collar fate. So meager, his parents enlisted the help and generosity of family and neighbors for help when Timothy contracte... See Full Bio

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  • 2012

    Jun 29

    Atlanta, GA, US | 8:00pm

    Atlanta, GA, US
    Fri Jun 29, 2012 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Jun 7

    Chattanooga, TN, US | 8:00pm

    Chattanooga, TN, US
    Thu Jun 07, 2012 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Mar 31

    Atlanta, GA, US | 8:00pm

    Atlanta, GA, US
    Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:00pm


    Daniel John Baird was born on 12 December 1953 in San Diego, California, USA. Later on, his family moved to Atlanta, Georgia, USA. In 1980, guitarist Rick Richards, bassist Keith Christopher and drummer David Michaelson got together. After a couple weeks, Baird sat in. They became Keith & The Satellites. Eventually, Christopher and Michaelson left the band. Baird and Richards went on and recorded a six-song EP called Keep The Faith for the British Making Waves label in 1984. Shortly thereafter, Baird split to hook up with Woodpeckers which featured Terry Anderson. That spelled the end of the original incarnation of the Satellites. Richards hooked up with bassist Rick Price and drummer Mauro Magellan to form the Hellhounds. Eventually, Baird came back home to jam with his old buddies. Elektra Records noticed the EP - and the band quickly reformed as the Georgia Satellites. The band released its aforementioned self-titled debut in 1986, which contained the hit single "Keep Your Hands To Yourself." After that brush with 15-minute stardom, however, the mainstream public moved on and the Satellites floundered. The 1988 follow-up, Open All Night, tanked, despite being only slightly weaker, and 1989's magnum opus In The Land Of Salvation & Sin was basically ignored, despite being one mother of a rock record. For more information on DAN BAIRD, please visit: www.danbaird.net

  • 2012

    Mar 8

    Atlanta, GA, US | 9:00pm

    Atlanta, GA, US
    Thu Mar 08, 2012 9:00pm


    SXSW Fundraiser Show w/ Trances Arc

  • 2012

    Jan 27

    Atlanta, GA, US | 8:00pm

    Atlanta, GA, US
    Fri Jan 27, 2012 8:00pm
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