The ABS Video of The Month

The ABS Video of The Month

There are many hours of video and audio to process before we can present our feature length overview of 2022’s Atlanta Blues Challenge. But while we wait, let’s have a look at a short video slide show (set to music by Gary Clark, Jr.), showing some of the people and...
Bluesberry Beer and Music Festival 2022

Bluesberry Beer and Music Festival 2022

If you weren’t there last Saturday – thanks to Mike Holley and the City of Norcross, – you absolutely missed what has become a world class event and one of the best music festivals in Georgia. However, if you were lucky enough to have been in attendance, not only were...
New Member Musician: Peter Karp

New Member Musician: Peter Karp

The Atlanta Blues Society is happy to welcome the distinguished musician Peter Karp to our family! Peter Karp is known for many things. An assertive singer, a skilled guitarist, and a passionate performer. He’s also an individual who writes songs that frequently...
New Band Sponsor: No Diggity Band

New Band Sponsor: No Diggity Band

The Atlanta Blues Society is excited to welcome another fabulous local band to our roster of band Sponsors: The No Diggity Band! As noted on their website, they’re “the undisputed, most exciting, talent-packed 90s-2000s Hip Hop, RnB and Pop Tribute and Party Band in...
Rest In Peace, Lil’ Joe Burton

Rest In Peace, Lil’ Joe Burton

R.I.P., Lil’ Joe Burton Born in Chicago on May 4, 1952, Joe is best known as the leader of “The Atlanta Horns”, a portable horn section that played with many artists, most notably Mudcat. It all began in 1964, when Joe, just a 12-year-old middle school student who...