Fri, Feb 23 7:00PM
The Music Room



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Artist Bios


VIP Package includes:
- Access to limited unreserved seating on sidetsage in the Music Room
- Access to our VIP lounge (the Atlanta Room)
- One meal ticket & two drink tickets per day (Fox Bros BBQ!)
- A free commemorative PSEUDOPALOOZA poster (11x17)





New Sensation pays tribute live at every show to the #1 band out of Australia INXS.


Formed in late 2015, Stone Tribute Pilots (Brandon Kunka, Adam Goodhue, Bob Davis, Mike Hale) came together with a strong love for the music of Stone Temple Pilots, and a collective mourning of the death of frontman Scott Weiland. In an effort to replicate the powerhouse that was an STP live performance, these four Atlanta musicians are crafting a performance that recreates the magic of a Stone Temple Pilots show circa 2000.


El Scorcho formed in the summer of 2004 with the goal of creating the highest quality Weezer experience next to actually seeing Weezer live. Their first show at the legendary "Lenny's" in Atlanta, GA was sold-out; the result set the stage of a successful future for El Scorcho. El Scorcho performs the best of the “Blue” and "Pinkerton" albums as well as the hits Buddy Holly, Hash Pipe, Undone - The Sweater Song, Beverly Hills, plus deeper cuts and rarities. The "Quintessential Weezer Tribute Band" quickly grew into one into one of the highest in-demand tribute acts across the Southeast. After Karl Koch (Weezer's "5th member" and website administrator) caught word of El Scorcho, he immediately started to post show dates and news clips about the tribute act on Weezer's website, El Scorcho had the privilege of performing on-stage with Weezer during their 2008 tour of the "Red" Album along side other Weezer fans. El Scorcho helped to organize The Beer and Whiskey Fest, a festival that includes beer, whiskey, and Bar-be-que sponsors and gives proceeds to a non-profit organization. The initial event generated over $5,000 for the victims of Hurricane Katrina and continues to be a huge Labor Day fund-raising event in Atlanta, GA.


Roxonian is the alter-ego of Atlanta's Smithsonian (Smiths Tribute). Featuring five veterans of the Atlanta music scene along with some special guests, they have united in their love of the avant-garde meets noir chic that is Roxy Music. Bret Busch (Pardner, The Hots) on vocals, David Chase (PLS PLS, Dropsonic) on bass, John Speaks (Map of the Moon, Young Antiques) on drums, Jim Prible (Opal Foxx Quartet, Poodles) on guitars, and Lindell Todd (Pineal Ventana, Silver Lakes) on guitars/synthesizer are highlighting the 11 years of Roxy Music's eccentric recordings.


September 24 1991 Geffen released Nirvana's Nevermind. An album that changed everything in music. Come relive their album release 25 years later at Smiths Olde Bar with Nameless Nameless performing the album in its entirety on the anniversary.

Nameless Nameless started as kindof a joke in 2011..some guys with a long history of Atlanta music getting together for a Halloween show with some other great Atlanta tribute bands. 2012 saw the number of shows double (to 2) and 2013 exploded with over 5 shows! Since then it has become more of a regular thing, playing packed out shows at all the Atlanta favorites the Earl, 529, Starbar, Venkmans, and Smith's Olde Bar. And playing songs from Nevermind with ATL Collective.  Over time the production value has continued to improve, incorporating detailed replicas of instruments and gear that helped Nirvana achieve it's signature sound. Nameless Nameless hopes to offer the closest representation to seeing the real thing live, since most of us never got the chance.


Barring the invention of time travel, Electric Avenue is, hands down, the most accurate and exciting 80’s Pop Tribute you’re going to find anywhere this side of 1988. A high-definition snapshot of an era when vintage synthesizers and drum machines were at the top of the food chain, a thing called Radio.  

Having been invited to share stages from Los Angeles to Tampa, Bahamas to Jamaica, by the likes of Pat Benatar, Kid Rock, Bobby Kimball (Toto), Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Carolla, and at sea on the Walking Dead Cast Cruise, Kid Rocks ‘lucky 7th annual’ Chillin The Most Cruise and the Gronk Cruise with Rob Gronkowski (New England Patriots), Electric Avenue knows how to take nothing seriously except for the songs. You know, the ones they had absolutely nothing to do with writing? Yup… those songs. 

Electric Avenue delivers spot-on renditions of Tears for Fears, Level 42, Naked Eyes, Soft Cell, Simple Minds, Duran Duran, Wham!, Kenny Loggins, INXS, The Clash, OMD, and more. Enough songs and memories to ensure that you are the star of your own John Hughes film!  

As a result of their high level of musicianship and a totally tubular 80’s attitude… it’s no surprise the members of Electric Avenue have found themselves on stages and in studios beside members of:  

Toto, Loverboy, Jellyfish, Emmy Lou Harris, Idina Menzel, Alanis Morissette, Daniel Lanois, Brian Blade, Noel Gallagher, Little River Band, Daughtry, Player, Neil Finn, Don Henley, Sarah McLachlan, Sheryl Crow, RENT (The Musical), Kristian Bush, Sugarland, Train, Robbie Dupree, Brantley Gilbert, Michael Buble, John Mayer, Zac Brown Band, Devo, Nine Inch Nails, B-52s, Boston, Collective Soul, Billy Currington, Mother's Finest, Sister Hazel, Lionel Richie, Paul Simon, Yanni, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Janes Addiction, Yellowcard, Boyz II Men, India Arie… to name a few. 

Unless you have a Delorean with a fully charged Flux Capacitor… you’re not going to find a more authentic 80’s Pop Tribute in the known universe.