Have you ever wanted to go to a concert and just didn’t feel like it? Well, that’s been remedied with a new site called Stageit. Artists are lining up to connect with fans in more immediate and convenient ways. It may be during a soundcheck, backstage after a show or just a lazy Sunday afternoon. For Atlanta’s Tommy Talton, this lazy Sunday is the day. Music magazine Hittin’ the Note is sponsoring the show and calling it “Hittin’ the Note Hangs with Tommy Talton.”
Best known as co-founder (along with Scott Boyer) of the Macon band Cowboy, Talton has played and recorded with the Allman Brothers, Bonnie Bramlett and Levon Helm (to name but a few) and continues to perform nationally and internationally either solo or with his Tommy Talton Band trio.
Talton will be playing live this Sunday at 4:00PM (EST) for nearly an hour, right out of his home. Stageit shows are never recorded or archived, so this is a once-in-a-lifetime, one-off deal. Talton has set up his gig as a pay-what-you-want thing. So, give as little or as much as you want, and enjoy a great performance. No driving, no gas money, no parking fees and no overpriced beers (unless that’s what’s in your fridge). With all that money you save, be sure and give something back…you can even tip the artist.
Talton will surely be performing selections from last year’s Let’s Get Outta Here, along with some solo and Cowboy classics. Stageit is interactive, and fans will be able to ask questions and request songs. For more information, go to the “Hittin’ the Note Hangs with Tommy Talton” Facebook page, or the Stageit website. To buy a ticket, click HERE.