Join us for an evening with Michael Koppy — "A cross between Gordon Lightfoot, Shel Silverstein and The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart" — as his The One Great Mornin' Tour of Dixie brings him to Atlanta's Red Light Café. Joining Michael will be Atlanta favorites cheer! (9pm) and Banjaline (8pm).
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
"Like a professorial Johnny Cash, he continually delivers the unexpected, and just plain blows you away!" — Chris Spector, Midwest Record (Chicago)
“He seems plucked straight out of a chapter in a Woody Guthrie biography...a disarming wit and an outspoken, no-nonsense intellect, and I really like his work.” — Lee Zimmerman, Miami-Fort Lauderdale New Times
“If the Dos Equis ‘Most Interesting Man’ job ever opens, he should apply. He’s one of those eccentric, colorful guys who seems to have done and endured just about everything.” — Michael Hamersly, Miami Herald
“Not an easy man to shove into a pigeonhole.” — Mark S. Tucker, Folk and Acoustic Music
Banjaline is an Atlanta-based banjo player and vocalist. She is self-taught on the banjo and plays clawhammer and three-finger picking style. After learning how to play the instrument by playing old-timey and bluegrass covers, Banjaline started writing her own music. Influences include Buell Kazee, The SteelDrivers, Clarence Ashley, Doc Watson, and Mike Seeger. The style of her music could be described as Americana, Southern Gothic, or Outlaw Country. Common themes of her songs are moonshine, murder, traveling, hauntings, horror, drinking, and animals. Banjaline performs solo or with a backing band featuring a saw. Her performance history started with the Stovetop Ramblers in late 2013, and she was part of HotHouse Peaches in 2014/2015.