RCTrednailsJennifer Daniels is a rock star, in her own mind (self confessed), out of Lookout Mountain, Georgia. She looks like a prizefighter on stage as she stomps about and cracks people up between songs, and then, true to the image, packs a punch to the soul in her poignant, poetic songs. The audience can be heard laughing, and then crying, as Jennifer endears herself to them. It’s a great show.

“Imagine a singer/songwriter whose songs are as lyrically rich, personal and poetic as Joni Mitchell’s, while at the same time as ridiculously catchy as Cat Stevens. Now imagine the songs sung by a woman whose voice is sorta like Sarah McLachlan’s, only it’s both more powerful and more playful.” – Creative Loafing

Small-PressSteve Everett is a rock/pop/soul singer and songwriter from Nashville, TN. He blends acoustic guitar with catchy, melodic hooks and hip, clever lyrics to form his upbeat and fun musical style. Steve studied music performance at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC and has played stages ranging from The House of Blues to acoustic home shows. His debut album RECIPROCITY was nominated for Album Of The Year at The 12th Annual Independent Music Awards. Steve also loves film, golf, sports, cigars, and travel.


Marshall Seese and the Abandoned – Marshall first started playing guitar when he found his granddad’s old bass ukulele at the age of 12, but he didn’t pick it up like most kids do – he picked it up backwards. And despite his teachers’ best efforts to change him, he still plays a right-handed guitar left-handed. Not long after finding the ukelele, Marshall began writing songs. He says, “writing songs to me is like hunting for dinosaur bones (without all the khaki) – I believe the songs are already written, and I’m just trying to uncover them.” The songs he uncovers are best described as a cocktail – take 2 parts Black Keys for every 1 part Keith Urban, then garnish with a little Paul Simon.


Doors open at 7pm, show at 8pm. The event will be at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, GA. Advance tickets are $12 ($15 day of show) and are available at EddiesAttic.com.