ATL COLLECTIVE PRESENTS: CROSBY, STILLS, & NASH ALBUM WITH THE SHADOWBOXERS – FIRST SHOW
Thursday, June 19th
7:00pm / doors at 6:30pm
Advance general admission: $10
At the door: $14
Table of 4 reserved seats: $50
Advanced sales end at 5:00pm the day of each show. Remaining tickets are available at the door.
On Thursday June 19th, ATL Collective is presenting their most harmonious album to date. Yes, Crosby Stills and Nash. Already singing along i.e their 1969 debut album? Yeah, us too. They’ll be back at their old home of Eddie’s Attic for this treat. And the show is going to be so sweet they’re doing two. Pick one or come to both. But get your tickets now. Not only do you save $3 if you buy in advance, but you guarantee you get a spot. Their shows have been selling out. Consider yourself warned.
We are not covering their other semi-eponomous album, CSN that came out a few years later and has far fewer amazing songs. Indeed, we’re taking on the big boy, complete with “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” and everyone’s favorite exotic train song “Marrakesh Express.” Sorry for any confusion (and apologies for those of you more fond of the lesser-known CSN album). It was our co-founder’s mistake. He moved to Santa Fe and the air is thin there.
Luckily, we have the Shadowboxers in our pen. And they’ll be our featured act. The ridiculously talented Lera Lynn, Adron, Trae Vedder (of Death On Two Wheels), Nick Niespodziani & Jason Nackers (of Indianapolis Jones) will also be reliving this one with us. Don’t miss this!
The Atlanta-based Shadowboxers have a passion for captivating lyrics, tight harmonies, and soulful vocals. Founding members Scott Schwartz, Matt Lipkins, and Adam Hoffman experienced an almost-instantaneous musical compatibility when they first started jamming. They’ve forged a cohesive sound based on a shared reverence for the strong, taut harmonies of Simon & Garfunkel, D’Angelo, and The Beatles. This young band’s unified sound has an R&B-soaked, smart perspective replete with an abundance of vocal talent and songwriting skill. In the short time they’ve been playing together, The Shadowboxers have found a collective voice that is intelligent, soulful, and catchy.
“Lera Lynn is a master of duality. She is able to toe the line effortlessly- somehow beautiful, yet approachable… writing, releasing, and spreading the word of her music the old-fashioned way- herself.” – Broadway + Thresher Magazine
“…the woman with the golden pipes who plays acoustic and electric guitars is versatile enough to handle ballads (“Whiskey”) and blasters (“Good Hearted Man”) in folk, country and rock…” – Huffington Post
“…gorgeous rendition of [Bob Dylan’s] “I Shall Be Released.” – AmericanSongwriter.com
“…the most important thing is to follow your intuition in everything in life, but especially in music and writing and playing.” -American Songwriter Magazine“Lynn’s taken an honest and painstaking inventory of her past experiences, and out of that process a song cycle has emerged that serves as a true representation — and a reintroduction — of the artist.” – The Blue Indian
“The 27-year-old’s indie Americana sound and beautiful harmonies call to mind the sparse style of Gillian Welch. But bolstered by a full band, she rocks a little harder than her traditionalist contemporaries.”- Refinery29
“…she comes with built in stage presence…It was all nerve exposing candor and delicious melodies…”- Music City Roots
“This record is about my rebelliousness in love, hard-headedness, distrust. It’s also about being confused about where I’m going and not always getting what I want out of my creative self.” – Paste Magazine