Red Light Café is Atlanta's premiere listening room for Americana, Bluegrass, Country & Western, Folk, Blues, Jazz, Roots Rock, and everything in between — including some of the best Comedy Shows and Burlesque in the Southeast! Located on the east side of Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta's Amsterdam Walk, Red Light Café is a cozy live entertainment and music venue with tables and seating for over 100 folks to enjoy an intimate show with a full bar and kitchen for drinks, appetizers and entrées.

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the Good Graces (solo) w/ Chickens and Pigs + Jphono1 + Emily Backus

A night of solo singer-songwriters, ranging from bluesy swamp rock to freak-folk and beyond, to celebrate the release of the new EP from Chickens and Pigs, "Laramie."

$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7:30 PM

Eventbrite - the Good Graces (solo) w/ Chickens and Pigs + Jphono1 + Emily Backus

All ticket sales are final. No refunds. Door is Cash Only.

the Good Graces is an indie-folk collective based in Atlanta, GA. Formed by singer-songwriter Kim Ware in 2006, tGG has performed up and down the east coast, in California, and at such festivals as 30A, NXNE, Athens Pop Festival, and International Pop Overthrow. Their previous album, "Close to the Sun," explored a variety of styles and genres, from folk and alt. country to 90s-inspired indie pop. In 2015, the album caught the attention of the Indigo Girls, and the band was asked by the renowned duo to support some midwest and southeast shows during their summer tour. The new record, "Set Your Sights," marks their 4th full-length collection, and once again places Kim's heart-on-her-sleeve songwriting and earnest, honest lyrical delivery at the forefront of a sonic expedition led by producer / guitarist Jonny Daly and supported by a long list of players from Atlanta and the southeast.

the Good Graces Official Site
the Good Graces on Facebook

Chickens and Pigs is Atlanta's own rockin' stompin' blues band, featuring Jeff Evans on guitar / vocals, Michelle Friedman on bass / guitar / drums / vocals, and Mr. Bingles – the electric bunny. With lyrics that are sometimes bizarre, sometimes strange, but always entertaining, Chickens and Pigs will take you on a journey of blues-raga, country-folk, Rolling Stones-type rockers, alt-country, blues rag, traditional folk and groove-blues. Get ready to cluck your oink off!

Chickens and Pigs on Facebook

Jphono1: Southern baked finger picking guitar and banjo collide out of the bedroom with live loops and meandering melodies.

Jphono1 Official Site
Jphono1 on Facebook