Editorial Review for Eddie's Attic – by Alison Embrey The Scene A musical pilgrimage for aspiring singer-songwriters, Eddie's may resemble a crowded attic, but its coziness, combined with an excellent sound system, serves the acoustic-only performers well. While earnest artists sing their hearts out on stage, patrons sip cocktails, respectfully adhering to the "quiet listening" policy (no cell phones, smoking or loud chatter).
Sea Wolf, aka Alex Brown Chruch, returns to Atlanta. This time he will be alone (or nearly) and acoustic at Eddie’s Attic. If anything an intimate acoustic set in a venue where he won’t be talked over by the crowd … Continue reading... Read Post
Michael Martin Murphey is a legendary songwriter and performer originally from Dallas, Texas. In the early 1970s, Rolling Stone Magazine hailed Murphey as “one of the best songwriters in America.” He was a part of the so-called orig... Read Post