Join us for the Todd Prusin Experience with special guests As of Yet (A Laurence Rosenthal Project) and Paul Edelman's The Jangling Sparrows.
$9 Adv – $12 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
Todd Prusin started out drumming in high-school bands and has since played professionally as a drummer, guitarist and bassist. He’s played most every Atlanta venue with such bands as Charm School (bass), Stickfight (drums), The Barrow Boys (bass), Prusin Reep Jones (bass), The Serenaders (drums/bass) Suspicious Package (guitar), The Rhubarbarians (bass) and The Whiparounds (bass). Most recently he can be found on stage with The Porch Bottom Boys Bluegrass Band (bass) and playing with acoustic ace Alex Commins. His own band, the Todd Prusin Experience (guitar) has been thrilling BBQ and pizza eaters for years.
As of Yet is a Laurence Rosenthal project.
Laurence Rosenthal (Guitarist/Front Man) grew up in Los Angeles playing guitar as a teenager after learning his first instrument, drums. He has played styles ranging from speed metal to jazz at such legendary L.A. venues as the Roxy, the Whiskey and the Mint. He has cut one album with his former band Pure Ground. Laurence has had a long history of performing and recording, and expected to hang up his performing hat when moving to Atlanta. Upon meeting the other members of As Of Yet, Laurence couldn’t resist the enjoyment he receives playing live with such fine musicians and heating up the stage with his guitar solos.
Scott Glazer (Bassist/Vocalist) is a veteran of domestic and international tours with artists including Grammy winning guitarist Earl Klugh, Dr. Dan Matrazzo, The Last Waltz Ensemble and many others. An Atlanta native, Scott is also proud to have anchored resident bands at the Auburn Avenue Elks Lodge (1985-86), Buckhead Saloon (1995-99) and others. A graduate of the School of Music at Georgia State University, Scott fronts his popular 6-piece classic soul ensemble, The MOJO DOJO, and enjoys freelancing in jazz, classical, rock, blues and theater. Scott is also a former local radio show host, possessing an encyclopedic-like knowledge of music.
Andy Margolis (Keyboardist/Vocalist), originally from Long Island, New York, has been performing in front of audiences practically since he could talk. Almost immediately after arriving in Atlanta in 1998, he hit the blues circuit playing keyboards, bass and drums, and lending his vocals to various local and national acts. Andy has opened for acts such as Clarence Carter and Tyrone Davis. His musical influences range from old-school blues and soul, to classic and southern rock, to modern country. When not playing music, Andy is a trial lawyer with a state-wide criminal defense practice, and is proud to serve as a magistrate judge for Fulton County.
Almost born on the airplane from Columbus, OH to Philly, Paul Edelman has cultivated a passionate, loyal following with original, arresting and reverent music. Edgy and misty, from a holler to a whisper, Edelman's lyrics, song crafting, vocals, technical proficiency and raw performances have been making folks feel that they've truly discovered something special and he's earned universal respect from peers as well.
Veteran of some of the biggest Philadelphia tickets of the day- The Butcher Holler Boys, Naked Omaha, The Boxcars, and The Jangling Sparrows, Paul has shared bills with Scott Miller and Mic Harrison both of the V-Roys, Robert Earl Kean, James McMurtry, Drive-by Truckers, Neko Case, Big Sandy, Langhorne Slim, Patty Larkin, The Sadies, Cordero, The Bottle Rockets and Grayson Capps among many others so far.
Paul has worked with some of the industries greatest names, he has recorded with Jimmy Johnson (founder Muscle Shoals Studio), Nashville Session Staple drummer, Martin Parker (Ricky Scaggs, Allison Krauss, Patti Loveless) And Keyboardist Steve Fordham (Mavis Staples)
Paul recently relocated to Asheville, NC where he quickly grabbed winner of the 2009 Flat Rock Music Festival songwriter competition and has just independently released his newest album, Stranger Things and Truer Words.