An acoustic evening of songs and stories with Atlanta singer / songwriters Mark Miller, Michael Zaib and Martin Joseph.
$10 Adv – $15 Door
Doors @ 6 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds. Door is Cash Only.
The past few years, Mark Miller has been performing his own brand of Americana/Country Music in sold out listening rooms from Georgia to Maine (not just an Appalachian Trail reference). Strongly influenced by the 1970's Texas school of songwriters, Mark writes stories of his own journey through loss, grief, recovery and redemption.
His latest collection of songs co-written with platinum-selling, award-winning country music songwriter Phil Barnhart, will be out later this Spring.
He also stays busy playing throughout the south with his trio performing country music covers from the 1990’s and the songs of country legends.
American singer-songwriter Michael Zaib is a Georgia native with a silky smooth voice that embodies the sounds of Otis Redding and Chris Stapleton with the storytelling of John Denver. Louisiana-born and Georgia-raised, Zaib brings soul, country, R&B and folks genres into his originals that invite you on his journey as a singer-songwriter. With two records to his name—his 2017 "31" featuring five songs recorded at Atlanta's Spotlight and New York's Cove City studios, and his 2015 self-titled EP featuring hit singles "The Wind" and "MaMa Said"—Zaib tours regularly across Georgia, the Carolinas, Nashville, Washington, D.C., New York City and Los Angeles. This year he did his first international tour in Australia where he played the National Festival in Canberra. In June 2018 he released his new self-titled album "Michael Zaib" combining his first EPs into one, which is now available on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Music and more.
Born and raised in Georgia, it didn't take long for Martin Joseph to become acquainted with the soulful sounds of Country. Legends like Hank Williams, Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard inspired Martin to discover and embrace his own musical style and spirit.
His blended style of Country, Americana and Southern Rock is sure to make you smile and make you think. Martin Joseph’s music speaks tojoy and pain—and gives you a good reason to sing again.