LIVE GEORGIA Music – The Tabernacle, also nicknamed The Tabby featuring the Drive-By Truckers formed in Athens, Georgia

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The Tabernacle, also nicknamed The Tabby, is a mid-size concert hall in the U.S. city of Atlanta. The Tabernacle has been a venue for notable acts, including Guns N’ Roses, The Black Crowes, Adele, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Robbie Williams, Alice in Chains, Bob Dylan, Prince & The New Power Generation, The 1975 and Atlanta’s own Mastodon, among others. Along with music concerts, the venue also holds many comedy tours annually including Bob Saget, Lisa Lampanelli, Cheech & Chong and Stephen Lynch. The Tabernacle is managed by concert promoter Live Nation.
The Tabernacle has been named one of the best concert venues in the nation by Rolling Stone, Paste magazine and USA Today.

Photo of the platform area inside Baptist Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from 1920. Shows the pipe organ, the choir seating area on the platform, and the main seating area on the floor and in the balconies.
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 “CBS This Morning: Saturday” co-host Anthony Mason spoke with founding members Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley about their journey.

 

Drive-By Truckers “An American Band” in Georgia

When?

SAT // NOV 19
Show starts @ 8:00 PM

Where?

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Tabernacle Atlanta
152 LUCKIE STREET NW
ATLANTA, GA 30303

Tel: 404.659.9022
Fax: 404.659.9086

Booking Agent

www.highroadtouring.com / Europe: James Alderman at www.freetradeagency.co.uk

General Manager

www.redlightmanagement.com

Press Contact

Kelly Kettering – kelly@atorecords.com

Members

Patterson Hood
Mike Cooley
Brad Morgan
Jay Gonzalez
Matt Patton

Official Website

http://www.drivebytruckers.com/

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