515-B N. McDonough Street
Decatur, GA 30030
8:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013
The start time for this show has been changed to 8:30pm.
General Admission tickets are $8 in advance and $12 at the door.
Tables with 4 reserved seats are $40.
Tables with 4 reserved seats and 4 meal combos are $100.
Online and phone sales end at 5:00pm on the day of the show.
Soulful Blues Meets Stimulating Grunge
Dec 2009: Morning Glory nominated for IMA Blues Album of the Year
“Ruffin plays guitar and sings with a prowess that most roots & blues artists develop only after many weary years on the road, yet he’s only 24!”
Lisa Love, Georgia Music Hall of Fame
“The dude can really sing and play – to say I was amazed by his songwriting talent, instrumental abilities and vocals would be an understatement.”
Jeff Hahne, Music Editor, Creative Loafing Charlotte
“Interesting thing... Marshall is so young to have the voice of such an old soul - he gets it. He's transparent when he sings, you can see right into his heart.”
Rebecca Harris, Special Events Coordinator
“Marshall Ruffin is evidently some genetic experiment gone right, an amalgam of David Bromberg, Tom Waits
and Leon Redbone.”
Curtis Lynch, Playgrounds Magazine
“I rarely get inspired to say such things, but really - if you're able to see Marshall Ruffin 'live' then you really must. He is just f***ing amazing!”
Geoff Achison, Blues Guitarist Extraordinaire
The twenty-five year old roots-rock and blues singer-songwriter-guitarist grew up in typical Americana, where science was at the fabric of his family. After finding a guitar in his attic at age thirteen, Marshall taught himself to play. Just several short years later, he majored in jazz performance at the Berklee College of Music. It was while in Boston, Ruffin recognized and tapped into his songwriting skills and vocal gifts. Within a year after graduation, Marshall moved to Columbus GA for some Ma Rainey education, opened for dozens of regional and national artists, and signed with Jammates Records. After experiencing a Marshall Ruffin performance, one only expects his momentum to accelerate. Rich Man's Dime, his freshman EP, was released in February '08 and spent eight weeks on the roots/blues chart ending the year at no. 4 on Georgia Roots Radio. Morning Glory, his 2009 sophomore effort, hit the streets Sept. 15th and is nominated for the Independent Music Awards 'Blues Album of the Year'. Marshall Ruffin will be playing solo and with his trio throughout east coast music venues in support of the new release.
OPENINGS: Arc Angels, Robin Trower, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Marshall Tucker Band, Col. Bruce Hampton, Oliver Wood, Shawn Mullins, Devon Allman, Geoff Achison, The Modern Skirts, Bobby Lee Rogers / Jeff Sipe, Dexter Romweber.
Table (4 reserved seats) + 4 Meal Combos:
grants entrance into the show for four people and a discount meal combo offer for each person.
Tables are reserved, but not assigned.
You may choose your preferred table location upon arrival.
Each person will have a choice of:
1 sandwich + 1 side + 1 dessert
- or -
1 small plate + 1 sandwich
- or -
1 small plate + 1 salad.
Selections may be made when you arrive for the show.
You DO NOT have to purchase a Meal Combo in order to enjoy our food. Meal Combos are a discount offer.
Please note that gratuity IS NOT included in meal combo price.
ALL Meal Combo discount options available by advance purchase only.
Please see the "Food/Drink" page of www.eddiesattic.com to view menu options.