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.
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
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.”