TA Live Weekend Picks: Alton Brown & The Edible Inevitable Trio, Hanni El Khatib, Gold Panda, & More!

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How excited are you for the weekend? If you’re anything like us you’ve been counting down since Monday. Well congratulations, it’s here! So now that you’ve got this free time, you’ll need something to do. Why not check out the great events going on? We’ve compiled a list of shows, plays, and more for you! Check it out below!
 

Friday October 11 – Alton Brown & The Edible Inevitable Trio @ Smith’s Olde Bar

Celebrity Chef Alton Brown’s show is a family-friendly blend of stand-up comedy, food experimentation, talk show antics, audience participation, multimedia lecture, and, for the first time…live music! You may be called on as a culinary assistant, and IT COULD GET MESSY! Hope you scored your tickets because this one’s sold out!
 
 
Friday October 11 – Modern Life is War w/Night Birds @ Rock & Roll Hotel

Modern Life Is War, one of the most beloved bands in the punk rock/hardcore world of the last decade, returns after a six year hiatus!

Doors at 6:30 PM. TIX are $16.
 
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Friday October 11 – Mount Kimbie @ The Loft

Since their emergence, Mount Kimbie have repeatedly confounded expectations, transforming themselves from bedroom-studio producers to creators of one of the most fully realized electronic album-length statements of recent years. At the heart of the band’s music lies that simplest of things: the meeting of two musical minds.

Doors at 8 PM. TIX are $13 in advance, $15 at the door.
 
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Friday October 11 -Reckless Kelly @ The State Theatre

For fifteen years Reckless Kelly has been doing things their way, bucking the mainstream system and playing by their own rules, straddling the fence between country and rock as if they built it themselves.

Doors at 7 PM. TIX are $15.
 
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Friday October 11, Saturday October 12, & Sunday October 13 – Spunk @ 14th Street Playhouse

The first of Spunk’s stories, “Sweat,” tells of a young washer woman who is abused and betrayed by her estranged husband, and her ultimate triumph over him. The second story, “Story in Harlem Slang,” is told in 1940’s Harlemese. It is the tale of two street lotharios trying to out-hustle each other. The third and final tale, “The Gilded Six Bits,” is a bittersweet story of an adoring husband’s betrayal by his loving but innocent wife.

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Saturday October 12 – Gold Panda @ Black Cat

From London, residing in Berlin, signed to Ghostly International – Gold Panda has the right resume for an electronic musician. And he lives up to it. Come to the show and see what makes him one of the most interesting knob-twiddlers around.

Doors at 9 PM. TIX are $15 in advance, $17 day of show.
 
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Saturday October 12 – Michelle Malone & Jen Foster – In The Round @ Eddie’s Attic

Speaking of “In The Round” – Michelle Malone’s mastery of the guitar, her trademark voice, and her songwriting craft have won her critical acclaim and numerous awards over the years including: best album (Atlanta magazine), 2 time best acoustic guitarist (Creative Loafing, IAC), and 5 time female vocalist of the year (Creative Loafing), Best Blues Guitarist (IAC.com).

Jen Foster is an award-winning singer/songwriter who regularly sells out shows across the country. Her special bond with her fans creates a captive audience anxious to hear her stories and take in her unique sense of humor.

Doors at 9:30 PM. TIX are $18 in advance, $23 at the door.
 
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Sunday October 13 – $5 Comedy Night: Laughing, For a Change!

Featuring David Tveite, Michael Foody, Adrain Rodney, Jose Sanchez, Romane Walters, Ryan Schutt, Jamel Johnson, Randy Syphax and Tyler Richardson.

Doors at 8 PM. TIX are $5.
 
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Sunday October 13 – Electric Six with special guests @ The Earl

Fresh off the release of their first live album, Electric Six are set to blow your mind at The Earl this Sunday!

Doors at 8 PM. TIX are $12.
 
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Sunday October 13 – Hanni El Khatib w/Bass Drum of Death @ Rock & Roll Hotel

Inspired by a long line of determined do-it-for-themselves musicians winding back through punk and psychedelia to rock ‘n’ roll and early r&b and finally the first scratchy years of the blues, Hanni El Khatib record song after bare-bones song. Come here his honed brand of soul powered rock n’ roll live!

Doors at 7 PM. TIX are $15.
 
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