Emily Kinney grafts melancholy, lovestruck diary entries onto wholesome Radio Disney pop, resulting in a gush of undeniably affecting, appealing, nostalgic gems. The songwriter and nerd-certified actress (The Walking Dead, The Flash, Arrow) will sing of her white girl problems at Eddie’s Attic on Sunday, Oct. 28.
Wake up gramps and make sure he knows that Roger McGuinn (center) and Chris Hillman (right) have re-teamed for a tour honoring the 50th anniversary of the release of The Byrds’ country-rock masterpiece Sweetheart of the Rodeo. Joined by Marty Stuart (left) and his Fabulous Superlatives, they’ll be performing the songs from that album as well as other select gems from The Byrds’ rich catalog on Sunday, Oct. 21 at the fancy new Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center.
With her sophomore album First Flower just out, Molly Burch (pictured) brings her smoky, sensual songs to 529 on Tuesday, Oct. 9th. Then on Thursday, Oct. 11, Anna Burch, whose most recent band was called Failed Flowers, will pay a visit to The EARL to entertain with strummy pop-rock goodness from her debut solo album Quit the Curse. As far as we know, they’re not related and probably don’t even know each other. All we’re saying is, both shows deserve your attention in a week jam-packed with worthwhile options.