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 Caroline Aiken will bring an all star band to Eddie’s Attic to perform a live show that is to become her 8th CD entitled “Welcome Home.” The band features some of Atlanta’s best players – Yonrico Scott (Derek Trucks Band), Charlie Wooton (Zydefunk) and Tomi Martin (Three5Human).  Other special guests may also join them onstage.

Caroline invites her  homegrown fans to be part of the audience. Songs performed will be original unrecorded material.  Eddie’s Attic has long been a musical home for Caroline and it made sense to record this where she’s played many shows over the years.  Georgia has its own musical style and has spawned many prolific musicians.  Caroline’s been proud to share that southern vibe worldwide, and use some of our state’s talent for this latest recording.  

The show will be held on Saturday, March 6th beginning at 8 PM. Tickets are $18 in advance and $20 at the door. Or for $25 you get a ticket to the show and a voucher for the CD when it is released.

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The blues/roots band Scrapomatic featuring Mike Mattison and Paul Olsen will be playing at Eddie’s Attic tonight, February 3rd, at  8 pm. Mike was honored with a Grammy earlier this week as part of  Derek Trucks Band’s latest CD “Already Free”.  Eddie’s Attic is located in downtown Decatur at 515-B N. McDonough St.  Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door and are available at www.eddiesattic.com or call 404-377-4976.

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Eddie's show poster, 6-14-09

 Local Musician Mike Killeen turns 30 this weekend and invites you to join him at his CD release party at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur. The new CD is entitled “Baby Be True”, features all new songs and was recorded live on May 9 at Full Moon Studios in Watkinsville, Ga.

The show is June 14 at 7 PM; Spencer Smith is  the opening act and Mike will be joined onstage by Nathan Beaver and Mark Van Allen. Come out and support your local musicians.

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group-shot-1David Fisher, Facilities Management Director for DeKalb County, was awarded the Thomas O. Davis Award at last night’s Decatur Business Association meeting.

The DBA presents the Thomas O. Davis Public Servant Award every year to a Decatur public servant who exemplifies the finest qualities of citizenship. This award was established in 2001 in memory of Thomas O. Davis, Decatur’s city attorney from 1968 until his death in 2000.

The DBA meeting was held at Eddie’s Attic. Mr. Fisher, after receiving the award, joked that he has always wanted to play on stage at Eddie’s, and he walked behind the piano and played a few bars. “Now I can tell my friends I have played at Eddie’s!” he remarked.

DBA Members at Eddie's Attic

DBA Members at Eddie's Attic

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