Red Light Café
553-1 Amsterdam Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30306
8:00 p.m. Friday, May 3, 2013
Erica Sunshine Lee
Atlanta’s Lindsay Rakers Band makes folk rock music with the rough edges of alt country, the yearning soul of blues, and the wandering spirit of Americana. Their songs make good company on a drive, and their high-energy shows draw you in and make you right at home, be it an intimate club or the bustling, open expanse of a festival. Notably lacking in pretension, they are unabashedly playing music for you, the listener, to enjoy. And they love nothing more.
Ryan Sheffield and the HighHills recently released their new album Telescope, which Alli Marshall describes as recalling "[t]he insouciance and cleverness of They Might Be Giants and Bare Naked Ladies, the boozy swagger of The Pogues, [and] the loose-limbed and starry-eyed stomp of The Lumineers."
"Davin McCoy is a genuine artist in every sense of the word. He is a wordsmith and musician with an insatiable appetite for insightful songwriting. He has a talent for telling the tale, commenting on the human condition from a different perspective, one that is fresh and intelligent and occasionally wicked. He has that quiet charisma about him that compels one to pay attention, to listen to what he has to say...and he needs to be heard." – Hittin The Note
Erica Sunshine Lee is a country singer / songwriter from Nashville who just released her 4th studio album, I'm Still Me. Sunshine doesn't hold anything back in her songwriting, full of infectious and catchy hooks, and brings a gallop of energy with her true country roots shining as she puts her heart and soul into each ballad. $7 Adv • $10 Door