GMM’s DeMarco Williams talks to Atlanta singer Ciara about her upcoming fifth album, her career so far and what he perceives as the wobbly state of R&B music.
Michelle Malone is a rock ‘n’ roll lifer. Hermetically strung to a guitar that serves as the pacemaker of her tour-stressed heart, the Atlanta-born, self-taught multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter was once described as the imaginary progeny of Keith Richards and Patti Smith were they to spend the night together. From
TIn February, amid public controversy surrounding a proposed 8.3 acre mixed-use development in downtown Athens, Patterson Hood, co-founder of the Drive-By Truckers, wrote “After It’s Gone,” a “love song” to the city and its vibrant downtown and recorded it during a 40 Watt gig. From
For those who have followed the career of Bradley “Butch” Walker since the late ’80s, when he was best known as lead guitarist for hair-metal band Byte the Bullet, his current success as a hit-making pop music producer seems both redemptive and a bit bewildering. From
Cee Lo Green On Going To Heaven, Raising Hell & The Purgatory That Is The Music Business - The Goodie Mob frontman, Gnarls Barkley vocalist and hip-hop fixture finally gets his moment in the solo limelight. To hear him tell it, it was all part of the master plan. From Georgia Music, Winter Issue 2011 by Bret Love.