Events for Live Music

Winding Road in Concert

Join Winding Road for a night of rock ' n' roll favorites from the 60's and 70's. This free concert is recommended for music lovers of all ages.

Anna McClellan with STAFFERS, Opaline, Krooked Kings

The road to Anna McClellan’s Yes and No was not just a metaphorical one. Born 
out of a long solo road trip McClellan took in 2015, the songs map her emotions 
of the two year period in which they were written like a highway is laid out before 
its driver. With decent savings, she set off due west, keyboard laid across the 
backseat, with little plan other than a call ahead to some friends and the idea that 
playing shows along the way would be cool. Though the trip lasted only four 
months, McClellan continued bouncing around from New York to Omaha and 
back, until finally settling in NYC in January of 2017. 
It is fitting that these songs 
were conceived in a period of restlessness.

Whores with Bummer, Baby Gurl, Swarmer

"To put it plainly, Whores' debut EP, Ruiner, finds the Atlanta noise-rock trio destroying everything in sight with a pulverizing rumble of slow rhythm and hatred. Singer/guitarist Christian Lembach's possessed vocalizations sway between soaring melodies and screaming lashings in "Daddy's Money." The song pulls back the hammer and a blast of methodical, teeth-gnashing rage ensues without an ounce of subtlety heard anywhere throughout the four remaining songs. But there is a tuneful drive behind standout cuts "Fake Life" and "Straight Down." Each one moves with brute force, drawing strength from its own ferocity as the bass-heavy rhythms reveal themselves as the vicious centerpiece. The production is clean, direct and loud, facilitating the strengths on "Fake Life." Each song punches with reactionary, and ultimately rewarding, fits of pure psychosis. (4 out of 5 stars)" -Creative Loafing Atlanta

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Jessie Ware

Sing your heart out with the beautiful and soulful Jessie Ware on April 24th when she comes to The Depot! Doors: 7pm, Show: 8pm. All Ages Event


Though the band's inspiration comes from all around the world, their roots are distinctly Texan. Ever since their first rehearsals, Khruangbin have recorded at their remote Burton barn, their spiritual home. Which means their stage performance was honed not playing to hipsters in venues, but to cows out to pasture.

Frank Zoo w/ Na-G


Cub Sport with Skating Polly

Cub Sport are an independent pop group from Brisbane, Australia. 

In 2016, the quartet released their debut album ‘This Is Our Vice’ and won over audiences internationally with their unique brand of emotionally-charged pop. 

The record received worldwide acclaim, including airplay on Triple j, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6, BBC London and Amazing Radio as well as a swag of US stations such as KEXP and WXPN. 

Break-out single “Come On Mess Me Up” caught the attention of The 1975's Matty Healy and scored Cub Sport an invitation to join the UK band for their 2016 Australian arena tour.

Rogue Wave performs "Asleep at Heaven's Gate"

Rogue Wave are excited to announce the 10th anniversary re-issue of their seminal album ‘Asleep at Heaven’s Gate’ and will be on a national tour in spring to play the album in full as well as other favorites. The limited edition 2xLP reissue will be fully remastered and will feature 4 rare or unreleased tracks, including a version of the Beatles’ “All You Need is Love”.