Small steve

Sat, Oct 21 9:00PM
The Atlanta Room



Artist Bios


A self-taught singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist influenced by groups such as The Beatles and R.E.M., Steve Nebraska has a Pop/Rock sound all his own. Currently based in Atlanta, Georgia, Steve’s band includes Josh Schicker (A Stranger and a Friend) on bass and backing vocals and Dean Gottschalk on drums.


Deadwin is a folk n’ roll band based out of Folly Beach, South Carolina. The band consists of Nathan Edwin on guitar and vocals & Marc Horne on drums. The band was founded in 2014 and has been playing live shows religiously around Charleston, Columbia, Atlanta, Birmingham, Savannah, Nashville, and beyond.


Kelley Swindall was born and raised in Stone Mountain, Georgia, where she grew up listening to the music of Kris Kristofferson, Patsy Cline, and David Allen Coe on the way to church every Sunday morning (because that's what her daddy listened to) and fox97,the atlanta oldies station on the way to school every morning, because that's what her ride listened to. When she was old enough to drive herself, she added  Ryan Adams, Tom Petty, Dylan & The Band, and Skynyrd to the mix. 

  Drawing from her southern background, her style is a unique blend of bluesy folk coupled with a witty, gritty, old school country sensibility,  inspired by the outlaw tradition. Rooted in story songs and talking blues, her debut album "kelley swindall (pronounced ke le swin 'dl)" was completed this past year.
   She performs regularly, playing out in the city, on the road, and in her native South; as well as on stage,  film, and television in NYC, where she is a member of  The Amoralists Theater Company.
“Swindall is southern by birth and sings with a charming natural twang but also a persistent unease... she knows her blues on the guitar too. ”
“... an engaging performer with a knack for a catchy tune and a choice turn of phrase... Her songs have a southern warmth to them, whether bluesy or more country; she’s also a casually compelling singer who can let a phrase trail off mysteriously or add just the tinge of a smoky, bluesy rasp or wail on the more upbeat numbers.”