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Tickets On Sale NOW for 7th Annual Holiday Hootenanny PLUS Lineup Additions

13 Oct

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Tickets are on sale NOW at the Terminal West box office (no service fee) and online through the Terminal West website for the 7th Annual Atlanta’s Holiday Hootenanny, taking place Wednesday December 20. Get yours today! We are incredibly excited about this year’s edition and at the same time remembering good friend Col. Bruce Hampton, who participated in not only every Holiday Hoot but also many other TDawg produced events. Be sure you’re a part of the celebration AND supporting a great cause in Atlanta Habitat by getting your tickets!

$25 ADV/$35 DOS, Showtime 7PM – Doors 6 PM, Silent Auction begins at 6 PM

Lineup Additions

johnny knappWe are thrilled to add the following musicians to the already mighty fine lineup to help us celebrate the life and energy of Col. Bruce. Grammy winning drummer Yonrico Scott, legendary jazz keyboardist Johnny Knapp, and fiddlers Fiddlin’ Faye & Zebulon Bowles (Hot Buttered Rum String Band)! 

They join Larry Keel, Jeff Mosier, Count M’Butu, Ralph Roddenbery, Richie Jones (drums/percussion), Bobby Miller (mandolin), Kevin Thomas (keyboards), Bill Fleming (pedal steel), Gaurav Malhotra (percussion), Jared Womack (dobro), multi-instrumentalist/vocalist/composer Nick DiSebastian, Matthew Williams (guitar), with one or two more additions to be announced in the next month!

Please share and spread the good word! In the turbulent world we live in these days, it’s music that can carry us through, and folks this will be one of your shows of the year! HOOOOTENANNY!!!

 

7th Annual Atlanta’s Holiday Hootenanny Initial Lineup!

22 Sep
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Today is the last full day of summer, a beautiful fall season lies ahead, and that means the the creation of yet another unforgettable Holiday Hootenanny experience begins! Mark your calendars for Wednesday, December 20, 2017 for the 7th Annual Atlanta’s Holiday Hootenanny at Terminal West! The night is dedicated to the memory of good friend Col. Bruce Hampton, and we will pay tribute to the legacy and impact of Greg Allman and Butch Trucks, too. I still find it remarkable that we lost these three musical giants in the span of just a few months. Also, for the fifth consecutive year, Atlanta Habitat for Humanity will receive proceeds from the concert and associated silent auction. I am grateful for that continued relationship, and it’s such an essential part of our community.

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Larry Keel

The initial lineup for this year’s edition of the Holiday Hoot has us on the right footing for what promises to be a special occasion. There will be more TBA within the next six weeks or so.

The lineup so far is as follows: Larry Keel, Rev. Jeff Mosier, Count M’Butu, Ralph Roddenbery, Kevin Scott (bass), Matthew WilliamsNick DiSebastian, Bill Fleming (pedal steel), Kevin Thomas (keyboards), Richie Jones (drums & percussion), Bobby Miller (mandolin), and Rockygrass dobro competition winner Jared Womack kick off the announcement. Each set of music will be unique to that night only, so plan on being there for every note! The silent auction will feature many wonderful items up for bid from festival experiences to dining opportunities to incredible framed photography, artwork, jewelry, crafts, and sports memorabilia.

Stay tuned for more announcements including lineup additions and ticket information. Needless to say, this year’s edition will be an extra special one as we feel Bruce’s incredible energy permeate the venue from stage to audience and all points in between while also paying homage to Southern music legends Greg Allman & Butch Trucks.

Can’t wait to see ya there, if not sooner! Please share and spread the word!

 

 

Holiday Hootenanny Around the Corner on 12/18!

16 Dec

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Advance Tickets Only $25!  $30 Door

The 6th Annual Atlanta Holiday Hootenanny is truly going to be an epic experience!  Expect some first time collaborations, some sing-alongs, many fantastic jams, soooooo much talent on that stage you are unable to contain yourself! PLEASE spread the word, encourage your friends, and don’t miss out!

PURCHASE YOUR ADVANCE TICKETS NOW (or at the door) and know that you have committed yourself to a wonderful night of music, friendship, and the jams all for an incredible cause!

 

SCHEDULE

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Drivin’ N Cryin’s Kevn Kinney 

5:30 PM: Doors open, Silent Auction begins

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM: The Pussywillows

8 PM – 9 PM: Jim Lauderdale & Jeff Mosier

9:30 PM – 10:30 PM: Kevn Kinney

11 PM – Midnight: Papa Mali

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Silent Auction

We have some fantastic items on the auction table this year! Several festivals have been kind enough to donate passes this year including String Cheese Incident’s festival Hulaween, Suwannee Roots Revival, and DelFest!  We also have some wonderful concert photographs, a guitar to be autographed by Kevn Kinney, Jim Lauderdale, Papa Mali & Jeff Mosier, an autographed tambourine,  gift certificates, a donation by United Distributors, a night at the Renaissance Hotel Midtown, and more!

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Here’s a video from the 2014 edition featuring Papa Mali. We are thrilled to have him back!

Frank Hamilton School/TDawg Presents News!

3 May

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We are well underway with classes at the new location at Oakhurst Baptist Church in Decatur and are thrilled about future opportunities that we create and are invited to participate!  Our May/early June schedule is quite busy beginning with next week!   Please

read on to see all the exciting events we are part of, as well as some mighty fine concerts as part of the Frank Hamilton School Concert Series.

Frank will be interviewed this evening before classes begin by the Georgia News Network, which is working on the Year In Georgia Music project in conjunction with the Georgia Economic Development.  The interview will be heard soon over the airwaves on stations around the state.  Stay tuned for more details!  Below is a complete list of FHS band appearances and FHS Concert Series dates through mid-June!

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May 12 ~ Frank Hamilton Concert Series Presents Grant Green Jr., Red Light Cafe, 8 PM, $12 ADV/$15 Door

May 14 ~ Kirkwood Springfling, 3 X 20 minute sets at Noon, 1 PM, 2 PM with Frank Hamilton, Two more sets between 3 & 5 PM, FREE

May 14 ~ Tucker Day, 3:30 PM, FREE

May 15 ~ TDawg Presents Martha Scanlan (Reeltime Travelers), Backyard Concert at 466 Ridgecrest Rd., Atlanta, 5PM, $15 ADV/$20 DOOR.

May 21 ~ Fire in the 4th Festival, Old Fourth Ward, 6:15-6:45 PM, FREE

May 28 ~ Decatur Arts Festival, Acoustic Palette Tent, 11:00 AM, FREE

June 4 ~ Virginia Highland Summer Fest, Noon-1 PM, FREE

June 16 ~ Frank Hamilton Concert Series Presents Grayson Capps, 8 PM, $12 ADV/$20 DOOR

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Below is a very cool video of Grant Green Jr. doing what he does best, at the Inman Park Festival in 2012.  Ike Stubblefield on the keys.  Enjoy!

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Finally, it’s not too early to mark your calendars, especially as fast as this year has flown by!  Sunday, December 18 at Terminal West is the date and location for the 6th Annual Atlanta’s Holiday Hootenanny & Silent Auction!  TDawg Presents is thrilled to have Atlanta Habitat for Humanity  involved once again.  Y’all, this show keeps getting better and better as we go along!  Here is a clip from last year’s monumental show that closed out with one of the greatest sets by Col. Bruce Hampton that I have ever witnessed, and I’ve seen many!  Also, HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the Colonel!

Atlanta’s Holiday Hootenanny date change!

26 Aug

That’s right folks, we’re moving the date for the 5th Annual Atlanta’s Holiday Hootenanny ~ A Benefit for Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, to Sunday, December 27 at Terminal West!  There will be more information coming soon regarding the lineup, tickets, and other relevant information.  Meanwhile, enjoy this gem from last year’s edition by Blueground Undergrass, who reunited especially for this night!

Usually at this time of year, we’re rounding the corner for a fall Hoot in mid-late September, but not this time.  While I will miss the fall celebration, and for the first time since 2002 there will be no TDawg festie at Cherokee Farms, it was the right move.  I don’t know if we’ll bring back the Fall Hoot, but I do know that the Holiday Hootenanny will benefit from the extra attention, and it WILL be very much worth your while to mark the date down now if you’re in town, as it’s going to be a doozy!

Stay tuned for a show or two to be added to the fall season but for the most part I’ll be focusing on the Holiday Hoot, and hopefully I’ll see you out at a show in the meanwhile!

On that note, here are a couple of gems happening this week:

THURSDAY, AUGUST 27 – GRAYSON CAPPS @ Eddie’s Attic, 8pm start time

SATURDAY, AUGUST 29 – GEOFF ACHISON & THE SOULDIGGERS @ Eddie’s Attic, 9:30pm

A little music history at the Holiday Hootenanny

13 Dec

The first two editions of Atlanta’s Holiday Hootenanny have featured southern music luminaries, and this year’s is no different.  I am very excited to be able to present three music visionaries that date back to the 70’s with their respective music repertoires.

Randall Bramblett, Tommy Talton & John Cowan helped to define an era of music discovery that ranged from the classic Capricorn Records in Macon and acts like The Allman Brothers Band, Cowboy, Marshall Tucker Band, and Sea Level to the progressive “new grass” sound created by the likes of the late John Hartford and New Grass Revival in the early 70’s, which originally featured Sam Bush, Cowan, Dr. Dobro Curtis Burch, and the late Courtney Johnson in the 70’s and Bela Fleck and Pat Flynn in the 80’s (replaced Burch & Johnson).  These two styles have merged many times over the years for what turns out to be a match made in musical heaven, and the 3rd Annual Atlanta’s Holiday Hootenanny is going to certainly showcase those two styles.

Randall with his current band from Music City Roots earlier this year.

And you here you have some vintage John Cowan with a great prelude by Sam Bush talking about John.

Here’s a clip of Tommy Talton Band performing last March in NYC at the Hittin’ the Note party.

Get your advance tickets now, and know that you’ll be supporting a wonderful cause and witnessing a piece of music history!

Silent Auction 5pm, Doors 6pm, Showtime 7pm!

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