Grant Street Music Room Northeast Georgia’s Best Venue for Live Music!
Grant Street Music Room is a dedicated live music venue run by musicians with select shows on weekends. Join us for “Free Fridays” all summer long. Its an intimate setting for real music lovers and brings regional touring musicians to the Northeast Georgia Mountains and Clarkesville Georgia. Showcasing a variety of musical entertainment. Visit us on Facebook
October – November 2014
Ralph Roddenbery is a dynamic blend of Americana, roots rock, and a twist of the blues. By combining four part harmonies with energizing riffs, captivating lyrics, remarkable stage presence and a driving rhythm section, Rajph is able to connect with their audience in a way that makes them feel as if they are having a one on one conversation about life. In a review from the Charleston City Paper, Michael Andrews stated that Ralph Roddenbery has an “undeniable knack for tapping into the emotional undercurrent of his songs, many of which are just as likely to make you laugh as they are to cause moistening of the lids all within the same four minutes.”
Don’t miss one of our favorite artists were thrilled he’s coming back. Each show if different and always entertaining.
Hard-hitting country infused with a healthy dose of outlaw southern rock — with singer-songwriter Chase Thomas, there are no tricks and no gimmicks, just the raw emotion of the music — and a whole lot of fun.
Growing up in Northeast Georgia and soaked from an early age in the sounds of the legends – Hank Williams Jr., Clint Black, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard — Chase comes by his country leanings honestly. By the time he was 4 years old, Chase was already building a love for music – and performing — that has led to performances in front of countless audiences throughout Georgia.
He has shared the stage with Brantley Gilbert, Chris Cagle, and John King, and has gained a loyal core of fans. Packing each show with revved-up energy and a set list of original tunes and country covers, he keeps audiences amped, engaged and coming back for more.
Adding music writing to his repertoire at the age of 17, Chase deepened his ties to music, and to his fans, by putting real life to music — real struggles, triumphs, and just plain old fashioned real-good times. Chase’s original songs are stories his fans can relate to and sing along to. Whether it’s the foot stomping energy of Just Right, the sweeter side of Everything and More, or one of his other true-to-life original songs, Chase’s memorable lyrics and well-crafted music engage audiences and invite fans to interact with the music and the performer. Throw in a solid inventory of danceable hits with hook-laden lyrics, and you have a show that will draw in a packed house.
Backed by his relatable music and dynamic stage presence, Chase Thomas’ fan base is on the rise, and appearances such as the 2014 Summer In The Country Music Festival alongside more than 20 top area country acts will only add to the Chase Thomas fan family.
Plains of Havoc, is a metal band hailing from the Northeast Georgia Mountains with the mix of melodic and groove metal in the likes of Pantera, Machine Head, Lamb of God, and many other influences that will appeal to any fan of the Heavy Metal genre. The band was the brain child of members Jake Iacono, Shane McCarty and Daniel Freeman. The latest additions to the band are Gordon Johnson and Blake Seymour, which completed the project. With the full line up this band is definitely ready to turn some heads in the Metal community. We are actively recording and looking forward to playing shows through 2013 and beyond. We hope to bring forth the essence of metal and build a loyal fan base for the love of the music. It is our all to bring a high energy presence with music and showmanship to appeal to metal fans everywhere. Let’s bring forth the Havoc! With Special Guests the Space angels.
Fresh off shows with Widespread Panic, Lockin Festival, and many more get ready. Creative Loafing sums it up best :There isn’t nearly enough space here to recap the extensive, colorful, and confusing history of Atlanta’s granddaddy of all things jam, Col. Bruce Hampton, who now adds “Ret.” to his moniker. But from his 1969 emergence as the leader of the ahead-of-its-time Hampton Grease Band through stints with a wildly diverse set of curiously named outfits, including the Late Bronze Age, the Codetalkers, the Fiji Mariners, the Quark Alliance, and, most notoriously, the Aquarium Rescue Unit, his idiosyncratic influence has been felt by every major roots/jam musician who has emerged from the Peach State.
Hampton’s ties to headliners such as Widespread Panic and Derek Trucks are well documented, but names such as Warren Haynes, Billy Bob Thornton, Chuck Leavell, Jimmy Herring, Phish’s Mike Gordon, and Frank Zappa also play key roles in Hampton’s more than 40-year professional career. Last year’s documentary Basically Frightened details the story for those who want to dig deeper.
Special Guests The Red Stone Ramblers open the show.
Rolling Nowhere was born in the North Georgia hills and defies current genre classification; Rolling Nowhere has been described as a Psychedelic Junkyard Roots band with a sound that evolves with every show. Their sound combines Classic Country, Old Timey Folk, Blues Roots and Psychedelic Rock ‘n’ Roll. The band has down home 3 part harmonies, a mutual love of songwriting, and a wide array of instrumentation including; the Canjo – a washboard percussion experiment, upright bass, telecaster guitar, drums, dobro, and mandolin. www.rollingnowhere.com