Atlanta's Favorite Variety Show
We were pleased as punch to host the incredible MINTON SPARKS from Nashville, TN. Described as a cross between Flannery O'Connor and Hank Williams, or maybe a backwoods Lucinda Williams, she's a treasure to behold. She's been on the Grand Ole Opry, performed alongside Maya Angelou & Kay Gibbons, and served as teller-in-residence at the Jonesborough National Storytelling Festival. Alongside her was the outstanding House Band & baritone guitarist ALEX GORDON, improv comedy stylings from VILLAGE THEATRE, trumpeter-composer-singer JASON COLLIER, ANDREA COLBURN & MUD MOSELEY, painter and streetfolk artist BLACKCATTIPS, student-activist ANNABETTE VELLINES, and JUST BAKERY who is making a difference in food and the lives of refugees.
Listen to LIVE show from Sat. Jan. 27. Links below to all acts!
My favorite parts were the poetry and the comedy and the brass band and the music... okay I had a lot of favorites. - Madison
Great job. I loved the show. Not everyday that you get to a glimpse into so many different acts & personalities in 90 minutes. - Mitali
You do such a great job bringing people together. - Susanna
GOOD GRACIOUS #9 on SATURDAY, Aug. 26 @ Switchyards Downtown was a HUGE success!
Thanks to all for coming to see the amazing Alex Gordon, Tray Dahl & the Jugtime Ragband, Mark Kendall, Pony League, Shannon Turner, Paint Love, Andi Kezh, & more at THE SWITCHYARDS DOWNTOWN. Can't wait for the next show!
There was Southern Fun for Everyone on Sat., 1/21/17. Thanks for coming out!
Tremendous GAZOYKS #2 show for kids on Saturday, 9/24, at Venkman's. Thanks for coming out!
Awesome August GOOD GRACIOUS show at The Plaza featuring:
- Singer-songwriter ADRON
- DAD'S GARAGE IMPROV comedy
- Bluegrass from GEORGIA MOUNTAIN STRING BAND
- Poet JERICHO BROWN
- Indian-tinged jazz from ANITA AYSOLA
- Amazing works from RE:IMAGINE/ATL
- Storyteller Tom McGowan
- Winning film from 48 HOUR FILM PROJECT
*Thanks to all who came out and helped us donate to re:imagine/ATL
Shows & Videos
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