This Tuesday night a couple of great singer/songwriters will make their way to Atlanta for a night of tunes at Eddie’s Attic.
First you have Mr. Aaron Lee Tasjan. From Ohio, to New York to Nashville, Tasjan has experienced a bit of everything and it shows in his songs. Crafting tunes about the people, places and things that have crossed his path his words give the listeners something to think about. With multiple EP’s and albums out there for consumption it is his latest - Crooked River Burning - that has folks finally taking notice. Live is where you need to experience Tasjan’s music as he infuses his sets with stories and crowd interaction creating a more intimate atmosphere. Lucky for all of us he has been spending much more time in Atlanta these days singing his songs. So whether he is on stage shredding with Drivin’ n Cryin’ or on his own singing about Galilee, Judy Sill or his beloved Ohio you need to check this guy out.
Caleb Caudle is a brilliant songwriter that has taken the music world by storm with his latest record Paint Another Layer On My Heart. Caudle writes about what he knows, music, life on the road and loneliness. His songs are sincere and straight from the heart as he questions his life choices. As good as his songs are, hearing them live is like you are hearing them for the first time. His passionate and heartfelt delivery of each song is amazing as he puts everything he has into the performance. Caudle wears his heart on his sleeve which is god for his music and us as listeners.
Be sure you get there early so you don’t miss out on Atlanta’s Faye Webster kicking the evening off. Her soulful voice and sparse arrangements frame lyrics about life that will get stuck in your head, and believe me you won’t want them to leave. Webster delivers on stage and her live shows are quite impressive, but don’t take my word come see for yourself.
The good folks at Eddie’s Attic know how to set up a night of music. Once again they will fill their intimate room with sweet tunes from a trio of damn fine singer/songwriters. If you miss this one you will be sorry.