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.

Back to All Events

Collins Drive 3rd Anniversary Show w/ special guests Laurel Canyon

Folk rock trio Collins Drive celebrate their 3rd Anniversary with special guests Laurel Canyon (Classic Folk Rock Favorites and Originals spearheaded by Heidi Pollyea, John Jackson and Yoshi Furuta featuring 3 part harmonies, guitars, banjo, keys, bass and drums)!

There will be cake, balloons, and great music all night so come early, stay late, and celebrate with us! Collins Drive kick off the music at 8pm followed by Laurel Canyon at 9:30pm.

$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM

All ticket sales are final. No refunds.

Collins Drive is a band that just wants to bring their favorite kinds of music into one place and create a sound and songs that everyone can connect with at some level. Collins Drive’s songs tell stories and paint pictures of Southern living whether it is from the eyes of a washed up bluesman that never got his time to a woman waiting in the rain for her bus home. There’s nothing complex and there’s no deep, hidden meanings to these songs. They are just little slices of life put into songs that are easy to grasp on to and easy to connect with. Just give them a listen and maybe you’ll find yourself in some of these scenes and stories.

Collins Drive is:

Don de Leaumont — Lead Vocals / Guitar / Harmonica
Mike Satterlee — Drums
Allison Shockley — Bass Guitar 

Collins Drive Official Site
Collins Drive on Facebook
Collins Drive on Bandcamp

Heidi Pollyea, an Atlanta based singer/songwriter, performs on piano, guitar and of late “a li’l banjo”. Heidi takes her varied musical styles and combines them with lyrics that range from poignant and personal, to frankly funny. In any case, she always finds a way to connect with her audience.

Heidi’s music has been infused with the flavors of her varied experiences. Her folk, rock and blues roots come straight from her hometown of Chicago, Illinois, her jazz styling’s from her music education at Indiana University, her Gospel and Pop inflections from church and industry gigs throughout Los Angeles, her Latin flare from graduate life in Miami and her Americana grounding courtesy of the jams and festivals she’s regularly a part of in Atlanta and around the Southeast.

Heidi Pollyea Official Site
Heidi Pollyea on Facebook

Earlier Event: September 8
Sinséar: Green Grass Meets Bluegrass
Later Event: September 10
Grass Is Dead w/ Charlie Fog Band