Join us for a fantastic night of original roots music featuring two of Atlanta’s finest songsters Reid Morris and Jeff Kujan along with Nashville newcomer Wyatt Edmondson.
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds. Door is Cash Only.
Early in life, Reid Morris fell in love with music. He picked up a guitar at the age of eight, and hasn't put it down since. Reid is a country singer and songwriter from Carrollton, Georgia. Reid started singing and playing guitar in church at an early age. Playing in the worship band gave Reid a lot of experience. Reid had always loved country music, but when he took his first trip to Nashville, he decided to pursue a career in country music. The next year, Reid came back to Nashville to perform his first original song at the Bluebird Cafe at 14 years old. Since then, Reid has played many shows such as Tootsies Orchid Lounge and opening for Riley Green and Muscadine Bloodline. Reid’s style features a combination of classic country, southern rock, and blues. His driving passion for music is very apparent and is sure to entertain a crowd.
Wyatt Edmondson is an American singer/songwriter from Montgomery, AL. Writing and performing music has been a passion of Wyatt’s since his teenage years, and he spent many weekends as a high school student playing gigs and writing songs. In 2012, Wyatt began studying at Troy University and John M. Long School of Music as a Music Industry major. While studying at Troy, Wyatt released his debut EP Higher Ground on March 20, 2015. From the stage to the studio, his popularity has grown rapidly as a performer, and his latest EP Lovers Lake to be released December 2016, is a testimony to his continued growth and success. Along with his own music, Wyatt enjoys writing, producing, and collaborating with other artists, and has been a part of 6 studio projects (3 as the producer as well as an artist). Although not known by many, Wyatt is visually impaired and was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at age 5; a retinal degenerative disease causing progressive blindness. Despite this, Wyatt continues to excel in his passion for music and live performance, and consistently pushes the envelope for entertainment.
Atlanta, by way of NYC, and all points in between - Jeff Kujan's journey is never ending and his music is a reflection of this. With the ability to stretch, bend, break apart and rebuild songs sometimes within the context of one unique set, the live show is a must see.