Music at Matilda’s

Matilda’s Music Under the Pines
377 South Main Street
Alpharetta, GA
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All shows start at 8:30 p.m.
Cost: $20 – Advance ticket sales,  $25 – Tickets at the door

Bring your own food and drinks and enjoy a night of great live music under the stars. Seating is limited so bring a chair. Dogs on a leash are welcome.

Upcoming concerts

August 19, 2017
Concert starts at 8pm
Farewell Angelina with The Novelists Opener
Together, Farewell Angelina’s magic blend of a multitude of stringed instruments and unique harmonies has taken Nashville by storm, and that enthusiasm is now spreading via sold-out gigs, word-of-mouth and social media throughout the country with the known universe soon to follow.


August 26, 2017
Gareth Asher and the Earthlings
An Atlanta based coutry and folk rock band. Asher was named Musician of the Year at the Atlanta Chozen Awards in 2010. The band’s music and lyrics are written by Gareth Asher, although they frequently cover other artists in the Southern Soul genre.


September 2, 2017
Michelle Malone
Michelle Malone is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer. She also founded a record company, SBS Records. Malone was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, by her mother and grandmother, both professional singers. Malone first began performing at age four in a church choir, and later learned to play saxophone, guitar, and drums, which she played in her first band at age twelve.


September 9, 2017
Breeze Kings
The Breeze Kings are the hottest blues band in Atlanta and blues clubs and live music fans all over Georgia are taking notice.


September 16, 2017
Donna Hopkins
Georgia Music Magazine calls Donna Hopkins a “genuine triple threat” due to her prowess as a singer, songwriter and guitarist. In addition to her other talents, Donna also wears the producer’s hat, working with and developing up-and-coming talent in the Atlanta area. As much at home in an intimate listening venue as she is on a giant festival stage, Donna Hopkins performs both solo and accompanied by the perfectly seasoned group of musicians who make up the Donna Hopkins Band, and is always a crowd pleaser.


September 23, 2017
Diane Durrett
Durrett has long reflected the musical passions that inspired her while growing up in Atlanta, GA. From her energy-driven breakthrough debut 50,000 Volts of Soul (1993) to her superbly executed Rhythm of Life (1998) to her acoustically-driven CHILL (2004), to the LIVE CD, Georgia On the Groove (2007), to the groovy Blame It On My DNA (2009) produced by Ike Stubblefield to her latest holiday CD Georgia Christmas (2011). Diane is not only an artist but a producer as well. In 2010 she started her artist development company Blooming Tunes Music. Since then she has released two CDs on up and coming artist Julie Thames.


September 29, 2017
Miles of Stone
Enjoy the sounds of Miles of Stone.


September 30, 2017
Villain Family
“Throw down, rag time, outlaw country with a soulful and playful edge that keeps things moving and interesting. Culled from countless genres and experiences the dynamics and instrumentation are as diverse and unique as the folks that have crafted it.” -Villain Family


October 6, 2017
Across the Wide
Formed in 2008 by long time friends Mark Mundy and Jody Abernathy, Across The Wide’s performances are a showcase of excellent songwriting, with captivating melodies and memorable lyrics, providing sensational live shows that have audiences praising the experience long after the concert ends.


October 7, 2017
Swami Gone Bananas
Atlanta native, artist, and musician Mike “Swami” Schulman was a radio personility in the early 90’s. He called himself “Swami Gone Bananas”, and the name was born.
Being a fine artist of the 60’s style, he was noticed and began working for the Grateful Dead in 1992. Swami always said that the Grateful Dead were the best cover band ever, so when Jerry Garcia died in 1995, Swami put “Swami Gone Bananas” together to ‘cover’ them. The band has gone full circle since then, writing their own songs, becoming one of the South’s fine nightclub acts, and playing festivals all over the Southeast.


October, 20, 2017
Brian Cameron & The Saints
RS is bringing southern rock into the 21st century. 4 part harmony, 3 lead singers, 3 principal songwriters, 2 lead guitars, and a whole new way of doin’ things.


October 21, 2017
Dirty Bourbon River Show
The Dirty Bourbon River Show deftly melds sounds that range from hard-edged blues to Lisztian piano driven ballads to New Orleans brass into a result that is truly a blast of new energy into the musical landscape. Dirty Bourbon grabs hold of audiences, fascinated by their eccentricity and dexterity coupled with their ability to harken back to by-gone eras in music. Since forming in early 2009, the Dirty Bourbon River Show has released 9 studio albums and played over 900 live shows, fast earning them a stellar reputation for their tight, multi-faceted sound and high-energy performances. They can be found bringing their blend of “New Orleans Big Brass Circus Rock” all over the USA, performing at festivals and respected venues year-round.


October 28, 2017
Dead Affect
A band of seasoned musicians from Atlanta that plays the music of the Grateful Dead and they put their own “fingerprint” on it.

 




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