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Calendar of live music events, concerts and shows (Americana, Bluegrass, Country & Western, Folk, Blues, Jazz, Roots Rock, and Burlesque) at Red Light Café in Atlanta, GA.

Long Horn w/ Samadha

LONG HORN is Parker Smith’s jazz side project featuring some of Atlanta’s finest musicians who combine their love of jazz with contemporary music to pay respect to the past and forge ahead with grooving originals. Songs range from jazz / funk standards to quiet ballads and multi-layered compositions.

Samadha exists as the long running artistic project of multi instrumentalist Chris Case and his rouge's gallery of like minded musical miscreants. Deliberately unconcerned with mainstream appeal, Samadha strives to capture and create a state of bliss and compositions that use their framework as vehicles for improvisation and sonic delight.

$8 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM

All ticket sales are final. No refunds.


LONG HORN is Parker Smith’s Jazz side project featuring some of Atlanta’s finest musicians. The members have brought together years of playing experience and intense study from Jazz masters. Combining their love of Jazz with contemporary music, they pay respect to the past and forge ahead with grooving originals. Songs range from Jazz/Funk standards to quiet ballads and multi-layered compositions. In LONG HORN Parker draws on the influences of his guitar heros Grant Green, Wes Montgomery, and Kenny Burrell. Catch them playing around Atlanta and keep an eye out for more live video and recordings coming soon!

Long Horn Official Site
Parker Smith Music on Facebook
Long Horn on Soundcloud


Samadha exists as the long running artistic project of multi instrumentalist Chris Case and his rouge's gallery of like minded musical miscreants. Deliberately unconcerned with mainstream appeal, Samadha strives to capture and create a state of bliss and compositions that use their framework as vehicles for improvisation and sonic delight.

Birthed out Atlanta's free music scene of the late 90's and inspired by bands such as gold sparkle and William Carlos Williams. Samadha's first incarnations were heavily steeped in the free jazz sound. Early shows attracted the attention of Chicago's Hefty Records and next level producer Scott Herren. Herren's production of an early 12 inch and Case's growing disenchantment with the jazz world led to a sound that connected the traditional instrumentation and composition with a willingness to experiment and the freedom of the digital canvas. That bridge has become a focal point of the group and stands as a unique sound in the musical landscape. Time has seen the group mostly propelled by live shows. Producer and Psychedelic Psympathizer Ben Price has been working on the first album proper with the group and the band looks to an early 2014 release.

Samadha on Facebook