Eddie Owen Presents @ The Red Clay Theatre
Created by EddieOwenPresents
3116 Main St.
Duluth, GA 30096
Singer/songwriter Kristina Train is a soulful vocalist with a bent toward earthy country- and R&B-inflected pop music. Born in New York City and raised in Savannah, Georgia, Train grew up singing in church and taking violin lessons....
Roxie Watson is a five-piece string band from Decatur and Atlanta, GA, who play what they like to call "alterna-grass" music that mixes three-and four-part harmonies with elements of old country, Appalachian music, hymns, and bluegrass, without adhering to the traditions of any one genre.
Pat Alger, who is among the most successful country songwriters of the late '80s and early '90s, comes from a folk background, and that colors the unusually thoughtful, articulated songs he writes. He first turned up on record himself playing guitar and singing with the loosely constructed Woodstock Mountain Revue on the album More Music from Mud Acres in 1977....
You know you've got a shot when Joan Baez covers one of your songs. That's what sparked the career of Alabama singer-songwriter Pierce Pettis in 1979 when Baez chose to include "Song at the End of the Movie" on her Honest Lullaby....
On the road and in the studio, Janet’s is a voice to be heard. Her artistry blends beautiful lyrics with outstanding guitar playing, weaving wonderful songs together. Janet’s songs have been recorded by a number of artists, including country legend Loretta Lyn, who covered “Walk on Water”....
Indie folkie Danielle Howle first emerged as the frontwoman for the group Lay Quiet Awhile, which debuted in 1993 with the album Delicate Wire; a year later, she issued her first solo single, "Frog" on Simple Machines....
Years of constant touring/performing, beginning in 1969 in NY, California, South America, Seattle- NW and Europe, Caroline Aiken moved back to her birth town of Atlanta, GA, in the early 80's, (opening for acts Arlo Guthrie, Muddy Waters, Doc Watson, Randy Newman, Bonnie Raitt, Little Feat, 38 Special, Beach Boys, Janis Ian, Richie Havens....
The Bitteroots is a new Atlanta band carving out a sound reminiscent of the past masters dressed up with a modern flavor all its own. Featuring the gutsy vocals of Misty Meredith, whose experienced sound belies her youth, the band’s live shows run the gamut from energetic rockers to subdued and haunting ballads....
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