420 Fest at The Whiskey......
ALL DAY MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL TO FIGHT CANCER!! Here's the line-up for Saturday.... AVON Stage:(Outside) 1pm Gillian Thompson Project* 2pm Pretty Big Deal* <---That's us!! 3pm Dirt* 4pm Gezus Kake* 5pm The Eastport Rescue Dogs* 6pm Tommy McGee* 8pm Happy Fuzzy* 9pm Goodbye New Plans* 10pm VOE* Survivor Stage:(Downstairs) 1:15pm Hurricane Kevin* 2:15pm Skribe* 3:15pm Tim Atkinson* 4:15pm Brandt Dunn (Hound)* 5:15pm Adverse Attraction* 6:15pm Higher Hands* 7:15pm Kevin Sullivan* 8:15pm The Om Project* 9:15pm Artistry Music 10:15pm Laura Brino* 11:15pm Gatsby* 12:15am Viki Nova* BLUSH Stage:(Upstairs) 1:30pm New Roots 2:30pm Crown Victoria* 3:30pm Dogfather Blues* 4:30pm Project 360* 5:30pm Faycez U Know* 6:30pm Ruckus Brown* 7:30pm Willie's Light* 8:30pm Moonilicious* 9:30pm Dean Rosenthal* 10:30pm Wise Eyes* 11:30pm Kelly Bell Band* 12:30pm Pietasters* --and that's just Saturday... The festival continues on Sunday too with more great music and fun. All to raise money for the fight against cancer.
Sounds Like: Dirty Heads, Pepper, The Roots, Rebelution, Sublime
Bio: Atlanta’s own Ruckus Brown is reinventing the hip hop scene with his own unique blend of reggae induced hip hop. Poignant lyrics combined with word play that is second-to-none have fueled the growth of his presence. Resident shredder, Jordan Hoyt melts off faces of audiences with an uncanny ease ...See Full Bio
“Tonight is the last performance of Ruckus Brown and his band, Bad Decisions. He posted: "Gonna have one more heart felt set at the Whiskey tonight with the Bad Decisions. Got some great bands, vendors, and drink specials. Help us blow this show out of the water. Show starts at 8." Many of us consider The Whiskey a home of sorts and an immeasurable amount of lifelong friendships have developed. In all the years I have been filming at The Whiskey, one of the best things that has happened is my friendship with Ruckus. He is a true gentleman, a phenomenal sound engineer and over the years I have witnessed his musical career and stage presence soar. Ruckus has had the opportunity to step out from behind the board and regularly perform. Where he belongs.”