Join us for Heyday Revival's rowdy pop/bluegrass and Fuzz Face's queer alt-folk rock, sandwiched between two ATL favorites — Brandon Gunter & Indie Killed the Pop Star — all in one night!
8pm — Brandon Gunter
9pm — Fuzz Face
10pm — Heyday Revival
11pm — Indie Killed The Pop Star
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7:30 PM
Jennifer Zuiff, who is the creator of Indie Killed the Pop Star, has embarked on making music that is diverse, multi-genre influenced, original, beautiful and still simple yet catchy. This Atlanta songstress holds a BM in vocal performance from Georgia State University with a heavy background in classical music.
Indie’s childhood started with piano at age six taught by her brilliant concert pianist mother. These musical studies later on progressed into a life long passion for singing. This led Ms. Zuiff to join numerous choral ensembles and do extensive operatic work from her early teens up until her twenties. She even got the chance to study abroad in Europe one summer with one of her most beloved classical singers who also happens to be a world-renowned soprano, Ms. Barbara Bonney.
This diehard lover of all things vocal didn’t start to dive into learning and playing the guitar till she was nearly finished with her degree around 2008. Soon this love turned to obsession and in 2011 turned into a career when she had to leave her life-long dream of pursuing opera to become what she is now Indie Killed the Pop Star, singer-songwriter and performer. With somewhere between 100-200 songs currently written, she hopes to release her work soon to the public. Indie plays all over town in Atlanta and is currently recording her own project as well as for The Musicians Coalition for Cancer Research, a charity album she is making with three other local singer-songwriters to be due out sometime in the near future.
Jennifer is also a music teacher in metro Atlanta for many years. She is currently teaching privately in the beautiful historic Ragamuffin Music Hall in Old Roswell.
Heyday Revival is a four piece band, blending complex fiddle melodies, sophisticated vocal harmonies, exuberant guitar rhythms and solos, and thundering bass lines into a sound that is uniquely their own. Covering both traditional bluegrass songs and popular hits, as well as performing their own original material, Heyday Revival is sure to have something to please everyone.
Fuzz Face is Nashville's queer folk rock band. Comin' at you with fun, twangy, sexy original songs, and some of radio's classics with tongue planted firmly in cheek, we aim to entertain the furry and furry at heart! Queer alt-folk rock, unabashed. Different musical backgrounds such as pop, punk, folk, and bluegrass, come together to create this down-home roots meets polished pop meets southern rockabilly soul.