Dana Miller

  • Mattiel : Live

    Mattiel

    Mattiel is everything....
  • Marty Stuart : Live

    Marty Stuart

    The mandolin and Lester Flatt brought Marty Stuart to Nashville in 1972 when he was 14 and making his name by fiat of his prodigious, born-in talent....
  • Tove Lo

    Tove Lo – Live

    Tove Lo left a high-glitter gloss of lynx-like lyrical lacerations across the fabled acoustics of Atlanta’s Tabernacle as part of the southeastern vector of her third headlining tour....
  • Totally '80s Live

    Totally ’80s Live

    Tom Ford’s indelible advice to, “Figure out what you do well and then repeat it so forcefully that it becomes unmistakable,” works in the construction of chord changes and choruses every bit as well as Mr. Ford has proven it works in couture....
  • The Avett Brothers : Live

    The Avett Brothers

    Woodsmoke soaked in white lightning. This is the only way to describe, metaphorically or otherwise, the sounds brought forth by the Avett Brothers....
  • Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

    Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

    Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes brought toilet humor and troglodyte treacle back to life and reality for their screening tour for 'Jay and Silent Bob Reboot'....
  • Thom Yorke : Live

    Thom Yorke

    There is a curious phenomenon surrounding antiheroes no matter how far back you go in history or literature....
  • Squeeze : Live

    Squeeze & X

    If you were at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, as LA’s demagogic X opened for London’s soigné Squeeze, you had a fugitive chance to spectate as quirky British powerpop met chippy L.A. punk-a-billy head-on....
  • Whitney : Forever Turned Around

    Whitney – Forever Turned Around

    Most athirst votaries of Whitney, Chicago’s celebrated psych-country/soul band, know that the group is comprised of foundational members from several other highly esteemed indie dynasties and one man who never existed....