Need plans for your glorious two days off? We’ve got you covered, so you can fill your weekend in style. Here is TALive’s weekend picks:
Friday, April 12th-Gilded Lily Burlesque at Black Cat
Friday, April 12th-Loincloth with The Powder Room at 529
Friday, April 12th-Pac Div at Vinyl
Straight out of California, the group has gone from the original 11 members to now just three for a more intimate group size. The rappers have been together since high school. The group has opened for names like Busta Rhymes and Atlanta’s own Ludacris. Don’t miss them at Vinyl.
Friday, April 12th-Ryan Leslie at Center Stage
Not many musicians can boast a Harvard degree, but Ryan Leslie can, and he is still choosing music. He ranges from R&B to rap, and he has already worked with some of the biggest names in the industry. He has been moved from The Loft to Center Stage so expect an even bigger performance than ever.
Friday, April 12th-The Mike Dillon Band with PSYCHEDUBASAURUS REX at The Basement at Graveyard Tavern
It is rare that a percussionist gets as much attention as Mike Dillon, but he is just that good. He is a multifaceted percussionist and a seasoned performer. For decades he has been amazing crowds with his live performances, so don’t miss this iconic performer.
Saturday, April 13th-Har Mar Superstar at The EARL
Har Mar Superstar is the alter ego of Sean Tillman. His R&B alter ego that is, and he has been gaining attention within the indie rock and dance scene. Be warned, he performs most of his shows nearly naked, so he will be showing more skin than most do while performing at The EARL!
Saturday, April 13th-Lianne La Havas at The Loft
Oh Lianne La Havas. Her deep voice is going to be the next big thing, I can see it happening. Straight out of London, La Havas has a soulful voice that she pairs with her sweet guitar plucking tunes. After selling out London club after club, La Havas has taken the jump to a global figure and musician.
Saturday, April 13th-Pat McGee with Emily Hearn at Eddie’s Attic
Pat McGee has takes all his life experiences and pushes them into his music. Deeply connected in the singer songwriter scene, he has worked with Jason Mraz, Emerson Hart, Stephen Kellogg, Keaton Simons and Ryan Newell from Sister Hazel. Don’t miss him at Eddie’s Attic.