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By Rhetta
In INDIE Blues Scene
Aug 16th, 2017
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By Rhetta Akamatsu Photos by Takesi Ken Akamatsu Saturday morning on a whim we decided to go to Macon, GA,about 2 hours from our house. We were mainly on the trail of Allman Brothers sites, and specifically wanting to see the graves of Duane. Berry Oakley, and Gregg.  We stopped at the nearest rest s...
By Adam Signore
In Indie Rock Scene
Aug 8th, 2017
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My Dudes… The Magpie Salute. Man, what a show. More on that later… The Magpie Salute came on the scene in January 2017 and has been getting rave reviews since. Well, I’ve seen them now and the matter is settled. I am here to tell you it’s all that and more. I had the distinct [&hell...
By Adam Signore
In Indie Rock Artist
Aug 7th, 2017
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Chicago Steve Carter Chicago Steve Carter , born and raised in Chicago is a drummer’s drummer. He’s not betrothed to genres and brings an incredible work ethic to his craft. Born in the pocket and aptly nicknamed by blues guitarist Dave Barger for his home town, Chicago Steve is widely known for his ...
By Rick Eberle
In Indie Rock Scene
Jun 13th, 2017
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One of Fire Island’s Biggest Summer Hotspots Brings Everything From the Best LIVE Musical Acts to Amazing Food and Drinks, and Moonlit Dinner Cruises on the Great South Bay June, 2017 (Fire Island, NY) — In just a few weeks as Memorial Day Weekend floods Long Island’s beaches, backyards, and th...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In Acoustic Scene
Mar 25th, 2017
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Over the last few years we have been experiencing a steady increase in traffic coming to Making a Scene!  Last year we upgraded our server to a Virtual Private Server (VPS) to accommodate this increased traffic, which worked well at that time. Now, the traffic finally got to a point that even the VPS...
By Rhetta
In Indie Rock Scene
Mar 24th, 2017
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Good news! Darwin’s is finally open in Sandy Springs! And they are celebrating with Mick Kolassa’s Taylor Made Band Friday, Jason Ricci Saturdy, and the Atlanta Blues Society meeting Sunday afternoon! The Rusted Hearts and The John Pagano Band are at The Earl, Big Bill Morganfield at Blin...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In Acoustic Scene
Jan 26th, 2017
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Are you involved with your local music scene? Do you love indie artists and believe the music you listen to needs to have more attention? Do you want to be known as a music journalists? Well here is your chance to become part of the fastest growing music related magazine on the internet.  Making a [&...
By Rhetta
In Indie Rock Scene
Jan 3rd, 2017
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Is there anyone in the Atlanta area who does not know who Butch Trucks is? He was a founding member and the drummer of The Allman Brothers Band. He performed with them from 1969 until they disbanded in 214. Now, he is touring with his new group, The Freight Train, and they are at City […]...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In INDIE Blues Scene
Jan 3rd, 2017
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IMPORTANT!! PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU ENTER ANY NOMINATIONS The independent Blues Awards celebrate the diversity and power of the music that is created by those artists that acknowledge their inspiration and roots are in the blues. These awards will represent not only those “touring” artists...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In Acoustic Scene
Dec 29th, 2016
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Where it all Began ASCAP On February 13, 1914 composer Victor Herbert was eating dinner at the Hotel Claridge in NY City when he heard the piano player in the restaurant playing one of his compositions. As he looked around the bustling restaurant, he realized that while the patrons were eating and sp...
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