Southern Rock Spectacular in Atlanta

13497764_10153509648681436_3337675023120971423_o (1)On  Saturday The Sundogs will hold their second  Southern Rock Spectacular at Smith’s Olde Bar. Joining them are  The Higher Choir featuring the Bearded Messiah Chance Walls and guitar slinging pal Grant Mitchell. The evening will start with the lovely and talented Andrea Colburn Band.  This night will feature rock n roll bands with swagger and attitude for fun on a hot summer night.

Get advance tickets and save! You can even get a VIP table for you and your friends. Doors at 8, Andrea starts at 9.

“Part of what makes the Sundogs’ music so enjoyable is how they work as one. By sharing time on lead, embracing backing vocals and switching instruments the band creates a cohesive sound that is built around jangly guitars and catchy melodies.” -Chris Martin, Atlanta Examiner

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The Sundogs present The Tom Petty Show with SUGARFOOT in Atlanta

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Join The Sundogs for their fourth annual Tom Petty Show at Smith’s Olde Bar in Atlanta. They will be doing all of the Petty hits, B-sides and rarities backed by
The Ace Notes, their four piece horn section. Atlanta Funk maestros SUGARFOOT will open the show and get the feet moving, followed by a short set from  The Sundogs and then it’s Petty Time long into the night!

If you haven’t seen one of these shows, here’s a line from Chris Martin’s review of last year’s bash from the Atlanta Examiner: “The Sundogs dished out a selection of tunes covering Petty’s entire catalog…..these dudes hit on every song the crowd wanted to hear and they nailed the Heartbreakers’ sound with jangly guitars, keyboards and sweet vocal harmonies.” 

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The Sundogs Present 3rd Annual TOM PETTY SHOW

This year will be the biggest and best so far as The Sundogs will be joined by their horn section, The Ace Notes, and the usual array of special guests including Mimi Thomas as Stevie Nicks. New friends, The Dirty Souls will be on hand to kick off the evening.

Tickets are $12 in advance (get em here or at Smith’s), $15 DOS

In the spirit of the season, please bring two cans of food for the Atlanta Food Bank.
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The Sundogs Tame the Crowd at their Rock N’ Roll Circus

Review by Harry McNeil

I made my way to Smith’s Olde Bar on Saturday night eager to see what The Sundogs had in store for what they cleverly called ‘The Rock N’ Roll Circus,’ a nod to the weird, druggy, brilliant BBC special that the Rolling Stones filmed back in the late sixties. That’s obviously a tough comparison for any band but I think Mick and Keith would have been proud, as this was simply one of the best nights of rock n roll that I have seen this year.

The Sundogs entranced the large Smith’s crowd from the moment the curtain opened, relying heavily on their own Stones/Petty/Crowes-influenced material, played with such energy and passion that even those that didn’t know the songs were hooked by the time they got to each chorus.

There were so many highlights in the 110 minute show, from the reworked Gram Parsons classic “Ooh Las Vegas,” backed by a full horn section, to the infectious “I May Not Make it Into Heaven,” which the band released via download earlier in the week and dedicated on this night to JJ Cale, who died of a heart attack the previous night.

After closing their set with an explosive rendition of Tom Petty’s “Refugee”, The Sundogs encored in style, with a 10-minute, emotional, psychedelic version of “Knockin on Heaven’s Door” that sounded more like Neil Young and Crazy Horse than anything that Mr. Dylan first conceived. And after again evoking the memory of the fallen JJ Cale, the six-member Sundogs left the stage one by one, leaving only drummer Will Groth alone amongst the screaming feedback, pounding the beat into the night as the curtain closed. A perfect end. Magic, even.

For more information about the band, visit www.sundogs.net.

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