Shane Harrison grew up in Pendleton, S.C., surrounded by dogs. When he wasn’t romping with them, he was forever parked in front of a cheap plastic record player, feeding it disc after disc of seven-inch vinyl. He spent several years working in record stores before landing at the AJC in 1990. After more than a decade writing about music, he’s now a digital coach. He creates and curates lifestyle, arts and entertainment content for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and ajc.com.
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“Barbecue Nation.” Through Sept. 29. $9-$21.50. Atlanta History Center, 130 W. Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta. 404-814-4000, atlantahistorycenter.com. Universoul Circus. Through March 3. $16-$105. Old Turner Field Grey Lot, 150 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., Atlanta. universoulcircus.com. “Casablanca.” Part of the Strand...
FAIRS, FESTIVALS, ETC. “Barbecue Nation.” Through June 16. $9-$21.50. Atlanta History Center, 130 W. Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta. 404-814-4000, atlantahistorycenter.com. “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.” Part of the Strand Movie Series. 8 p.m. Feb. 8. $8-$9. Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre, 117 N. Park Square...
Super Bowl 53 is a wrap and that means many of those who traveed to Atlanta for the game (or the many accompanying festivities) are heading home today. It also means long lines at the world’s busiest airport, where wait times were as much as 1.5 hours.
Maroon 5 welcomed guests Travis Scott, who arrived with a blaze of fire, and Big Boi, who arrived in a convertible, to the stage at halftime during Super Bowl 53. Check out our photos of the show.
On the eve of Super Bowl 53, Dave Grohl led the Foo Fighters through a rocking set at a venue built just for this concert on the grounds of Atlantic Station. Run the Jewels, the duo of Killer Mike and El-P, opened the Feb. 2, 2018, show.
Night two of the Super Bowl Music Fest brought together the classic rock of Aerosmith with the post-millennial genre-melding hip-hop of Post Malone. The two acts had previously met up on the MTV Video Music Awards. Check out our photos from the show.
Billed as “part festival, part carnival, part circus,” Shaquille O’Neal’s party brought some of the big game excitement to Cobb County at the Battery at SunTrust Park on Friday, Feb. 1, 2018. It was a celebrity magnet, as you can see from the red carpet arrivals.
Georgia’s own Zac Brown Band headlined the Pandora Live show on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, at the Tabernacle. The free concert was one of many happening around town in the week leading up to the Super Bowl.
It was another celebration of Atlanta hip-hop at State Farm Arena on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2018, for the first night of the Super Bowl Music Fest. Ludacris led the way, welcoming a who’s who of Atlanta’s music scene, including Lil Jon, Migos, Lil Yachty, Ciara and more.
Ronald Reagan visited Atlanta just days after officially announcing his intention to run for president. Other famous names such as Harry Crews, Leontyne Price and Frank Capra were in town, too. The Falcons had Steve Bartkowski and the Braves' roster included Bob Horner and Phil Niekro. Take a journey back 40 years to Georgia and Atlanta in...