Category Archives: Shaky Knees

Time to Go and Dance Yourself Clean: A Look at Shaky Knees 2017!

After a very successful campaign in downtown Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park, Shaky Knees Music Festival returns to the same historic spot for their fifth installment of this incredible festival this May 12-14, 2017. Personally, Shaky Knees is one of my

Time to Go and Dance Yourself Clean: A Look at Shaky Knees 2017!

After a very successful campaign in downtown Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park, Shaky Knees Music Festival returns to the same historic spot for their fifth installment of this incredible festival this May 12-14, 2017. Personally, Shaky Knees is one of my

Shaky Knees (2016): A look back.

This year’s Shaky Knees Music Festival kicked off Thursday night with a blast at Terminal West. Thanks to the maximum Rock & Roll provided by one of the best bands around in my opinion, J. Roddy Walston & The Business (JRWATB) with special guest

Shaky Knees (2016): A look back.

This year’s Shaky Knees Music Festival kicked off Thursday night with a blast at Terminal West. Thanks to the maximum Rock & Roll provided by one of the best bands around in my opinion, J. Roddy Walston & The Business (JRWATB) with special guest

The Hip Abduction: Shaky Knees interview (2016)

  Meet The Hip Abduction: David New (lead vocals/guitar), Pat Klemawesch (kamlae ngoni, guitar, vocals), Chris Powers (bass), Dave Johnson (baritone & tenor sax), Paul Chlapowski (keyboards), Matt Poynter (drums/vocals), and John Holt III (kamale ngoni, guitar, vocals). I managed

The Hip Abduction: Shaky Knees interview (2016)

  Meet The Hip Abduction: David New (lead vocals/guitar), Pat Klemawesch (kamlae ngoni, guitar, vocals), Chris Powers (bass), Dave Johnson (baritone & tenor sax), Paul Chlapowski (keyboards), Matt Poynter (drums/vocals), and John Holt III (kamale ngoni, guitar, vocals). I managed

Shaky Knees Returns to Atlanta! 

#ShakyKnees Music and Arts Festival in #Atlanta #georgia #shakykneesfest #music #festival #rock #indie #alternative #folk #goodtimes #concerthopper #country A post shared by 🤘🏽📷 🇬🇷 (@xerxes_fotographia) on May 14, 2015 at 4:39pm PDT Well it has come to that time to

Shaky Knees Returns to Atlanta! 

#ShakyKnees Music and Arts Festival in #Atlanta #georgia #shakykneesfest #music #festival #rock #indie #alternative #folk #goodtimes #concerthopper #country A post shared by 🤘🏽📷 🇬🇷 (@xerxes_fotographia) on May 14, 2015 at 4:39pm PDT Well it has come to that time to

SHAKY KNEES MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL: Day 3 Recap

Day 3 began the same as the previous day: wanting more sleep and wishing the coffee was being intravenously infused into my blood stream because I was feeling pretty exhausted.  In between sips of coffee, I tried to re-plan my

SHAKY KNEES MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL: Day 3 Recap

Day 3 began the same as the previous day: wanting more sleep and wishing the coffee was being intravenously infused into my blood stream because I was feeling pretty exhausted.  In between sips of coffee, I tried to re-plan my

SHAKY KNEES MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL: Day 2 Recap

Needless to say, Day 2 of the Shaky Knees Music & Arts Festival started off very slow for me at first, even with the assistance of coffee.  Overlooking the entire schedule, whilst sipping on some coffee, I noticed a pattern

SHAKY KNEES MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL: Day 2 Recap

Needless to say, Day 2 of the Shaky Knees Music & Arts Festival started off very slow for me at first, even with the assistance of coffee.  Overlooking the entire schedule, whilst sipping on some coffee, I noticed a pattern

Dan Maines (of Clutch): Interview at Shaky Knees Music and Arts Festival 05/08/2015

Early Friday morning I received an email from the public relations agent that handled the band Clutch about a possible opening to speak with their bass player, Dan Maines.  This was an opportunity that I jumped at for Concerthopper.com and

Dan Maines (of Clutch): Interview at Shaky Knees Music and Arts Festival 05/08/2015

Early Friday morning I received an email from the public relations agent that handled the band Clutch about a possible opening to speak with their bass player, Dan Maines.  This was an opportunity that I jumped at for Concerthopper.com and