The (real) Wedding Singer
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The (real) Wedding Singer

“I just love performing.  I’d play polka music if that’s what it took to entertain 300 drunk Germans.” – Dan Roth He doesn’t ONLY perform for drunk Germans, but Dan Roth is talented, willing and extremely able to perform pretty much any music, for pretty much any group of people, pretty much anywhere.  These days … Continue reading

No Arms, but Plenty of Talent and a Generous Portion of Strength: the Michael Davenport Story
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No Arms, but Plenty of Talent and a Generous Portion of Strength: the Michael Davenport Story

The Classic City of Athens, Georgia has a handful of landmarks, places and people you can’t miss. The Arch. That cannon downtown. Ort. The Tree That Owns Itself. And Michael Davenport. If you’ve ever been downtown or on Atlanta Highway and you spot an impeccably-dressed, middle-aged black man with short curls, no arms, a hook and a slim mustache on … Continue reading

Ancient Whales Q & A
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Ancient Whales Q & A

The Ancient Whales most recent record, Vestiges of Tails Appear in All of Us, is a mighty wall of introspective, brain-blasting rock. They are three: Enoch Bledsoe (vocals, guitar), Natalie Bledsoe (vocals, bass guitar) and Bryan Poole (vocals, drums). They’ve been called acid rock, alt-rock, riff rock, punk rock, melodic garage rock, flower punk – take … Continue reading

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Hey Somalia, Log On

One, exactly one, Malaysian person has visited athensuncharted. To that end, I’d like to thank you, Mister Malaysian. Dear Malaysian visitor, What the hell were you thinking? Why in God’s name did you visit our Georgia arts magazine? You live in the South Pacific. Go outside, for God’s sake. Thank you for your support, Mister, or Misses, Malaysian. Feel … Continue reading