LeeAnn Wo­mack

GA Voice - - Out­spo­ken -

Take your pick of gen­res and you’ll find it on an At­lanta stage this spring, whether you’re a fan of gen­tle guitar pluck­ing, soul­ful R&B sin­ga­longs, pop per­fec­tion or dial-itup-to-11 rock.

Antigone Ris­ing

Just hav­ing wrapped up tour dates with coun­try crooner Alan Jack­son, Grammy win­ner and Coun­try Mu­sic As­so­ci­a­tion Fe­male Vo­cal­ist of the Year LeeAnn Wo­mack will per­form her fem­i­nine style of con­tem­po­rary coun­try at the in­ti­mate City Win­ery. With hits like “I May Hate My­self in the Morn­ing” and “I Hope You Dance,” Wo­mack’s per­for­mances re­mind her au­di­ences why she has had such a lengthy and suc­cess­ful coun­try mu­sic ca­reer.

By SHAN­NON HAMES

Du­ran Du­ran

PWR BTTM comes to At­lanta on June 12 at the Mas­quer­ade. (Cour­tesy photo) show in­clude “I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” “Nine in the After­noon” and “Vic­to­ri­ous,” but keep an eye out for Panic’s epic cover of Queen’s “Bo­hemian Rhap­sody.”

So­nia Leigh

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