Red Light Café is Atlanta's premiere listening room for Americana, Bluegrass, Country & Western, Folk, Blues, Jazz, Roots Rock, and everything in between — including some of the best Comedy Shows and Burlesque in the Southeast! Located on the east side of Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta's Amsterdam Walk, Red Light Café is a cozy live entertainment and music venue with tables and seating for over 100 folks to enjoy an intimate show with a full bar and kitchen for drinks, appetizers and entrées.

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Anthony Aparo w/ Askabask, and Aspen Countryman

Anthony Aparo w/ Askabaskan, and Aspen Countryman concert at Red Light Café, Atlanta, GA
– Tickets are $7 Door

Anthony Aparo headlines a night of Folk, Americana and Country with Askabaskan, and Aspen Countryman.

Anthony Aparo is a young singer/songwriter born and raised in south Georgia. He grew up in a musical home, learning and playing any instrument he could get his hands on. Since 2010, he has been writing and performing, putting out records and EP’s online. He is currently endeavoring on a new musical journey, incorporating intriguing and unusual organic and mechanic instruments into his traditional-folk-songwriter style. He plans on putting out an EP and possibly a full length within the next year.

Anthony Aparo on Facebook
Anthony Aparo on Bandcamp

Askabaskan is the Americana / Folk brainchild of Dakin Andone – a singer / songwriter from Atlanta, GA. Influenced by greats such as Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, James Taylor, and Jackson Browne, Askabaskan just released a set of demos consisting of six quietly haunting songs (which we'd compare to early, solo Paul Simon with flavors of Nick Drake and even Andrew Bird).

Askabaskan on Facebook
Askabaskan on Bandcamp

Aspen Countryman is a young singer / songwriter from Canton, GA, who's been writing music and singing for as long as she can remember (she picked up a guitar at an early age and was instantly hooked). "I’ve never been very 'technical' when it comes to music. I can’t explain how I write a song. It’s not that simple. Every word you sing needs to come straight from the heart. When you write a song, you feel it. You know exactly what happened and how it made you feel. That’s why I love writing music." – Aspen

Aspen Countryman Official Site
Aspen Countryman on iTunes