We’d like to give a warm shout out and congratulations to our clients Eddie’s Attic and Smith’s Olde Bar, who were named among a select few amazing Atlanta venues as the Best Spots for Live Music. From the article:
Atlanta is known for being the home of southern rap and a number of rap megastars, however, one of Atlanta’s thriving undercurrents is that of “live music”. Check out these spots recommended by our Facebook friends and explore one of Atlanta’s most underrated subcultures.
Eddie’s Attic Music Room is known as the premiere “listening room for performing songwriters”. This venue is home to acts, such as: The Indigo Girls, John Mayer, Shawn Mullins and Sugarland and is known as one of the best places to listen to live music and watch talented performers. The “attic” is a stage for performers of many genres of music and a diverse crowd that embraces the artistic expression of different types of people. The attic plays host to a number of nationally known talents and popular local acts. The attic is located at 515-B North McDonough Street in Decatur. And it’s open from 5 p.m. until 2 a.m. Monday through Sunday. The bar isn’t recommended for children, however, sometimes the music room plays host to younger music acts.
Smiths Olde Bar is, according to them, “an Atlanta institution” and it offers some of the best music in town. The venue, located on the corner of Piedmont and Monroe, has been host to acts like David Bowie, Train, local act Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. All shows are for an adult crowd and feature a full bar setup. The restaurant offers nightly drink and entrée specials. The bar is located at 1578 Piedmont Avenue in Atlanta.