General admission tickets are $12 in advance, $16 at the door.
Table seats are $15 and must be purchased in multiples of 4.
Online and phone sales close at 5:00 pm.
Doors open at 6:00 pm.
For more information visit www.eddiesattic.com
Lindsey Hinkle, age 28, is a self-taught musician armed with resonating lyrics that are filled with insight into the human condition, as well as haunting and penetrating vocals that seem to echo mercilessly inside your head. She has been writing and performing original material since age 13, and has opened for Shawn Mullins, Marc Broussard, Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland, Sugarland, Michelle Malone, Antigone Rising, and Sarah Bettens of K's Choice among several others. In the summer of 2012 she opened for Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker, and Thompson Square on the Charter Stage at Oak Mountain Amphitheater. Then, in 2013 she was asked to return to Oak Mountain to open for such acts as Keith Urban, Little Big Town, Dustin Lynch, Casey James, and Drake White. Earlier that same year she opened for Brad Paisley, Chris Young, and The Henningsens on the side stage at Aaron's Amphitheater in Atlanta, GA. Lindsey also headlines regularly at Workplay Theater in Birmingham, AL, and Eddie's Attic in Decatur, GA which are two of the most renowned venues in the southeast, She may be considered a regional act, but her draw is national.
Her lyrical ability is, undoubtedly, far beyond her years. This is repeatedly evident in songs such as "Whole," where she candidly describes the agony of losing not only love, but the unexpected attachment to the two sons that came with it.
"A Spiderman sock rolled out of my jeans
too bad he can't save me now.
There are crayons and Fruit Loops in my backseat
guess I should probably clean them out.
It was bad enough losing you
but it's unbearable losing the other two
…though it's not my blood running through their veins,
I hope they know I'm not to blame
and that I loved and love them more than life itself."
At age 17, Lindsey won the Eddie's Attic Open Mic Shoot Out in Atlanta, besting singer/songwriters with more than double her years' worth of experience.
Atlanta's 'Creative Loafing' magazine, in reference to Lindsey winning the Eddie's Attic Open Mic Shoot Out, wrote:
" 'Young Alabama-based singer/songwriter Lindsey Hinkle triumphed over a field of exceptionally strong semi-finalists to win the concluding round.' 'Blessed with exceptional beauty and a voice to match, Hinkle expertly accompanied herself on guitar, performing original songs such as "Rainy Monday," with graceful lyrics and a wistful tone that would have been impressive from a composer twice her age.' "
Lindsey cites Patty Griffin, Sheryl Crow, Dolly Parton, John Mayer, Indigo Girls, Beth Hart and James Taylor as her primary musical influences. Lindsey's style of both music and lyrics have often been compared to John Mayer by industry critics and professionals.
Hannah Thomas has a style that defies genre, she is a little too country to be rock and roll, and a little too rock and roll to be country, and that is just what makes people love her! A talented and accomplished singer-songwriter at just 23 years old, Hannah has spent 2012 hitting the road playing everywhere she can on the East Coast from Daytona Beach, Fl to Greenwich Village in NYC.
Hannah has performed at half-time of an Atlanta Falcons game, shared the stage with the likes of Marshall Chapman, Don Dixon & Marti Jones, Michelle Malone, Amy Ray, Beautiful Small Machines (Bree Sharp & Don DiLego), Jen Foster, Antigone Rising and many more.
Hannah just finished a new CD to be released in late 2012 called "Goodbye on Wasted Time" that features several new tracks and a guest appearance by Amy Ray!
If all this doesn't make a believer out of you, come see Hannah Thomas do what she does best, perform live! Grammy winner Shawn Mullins said about her “No auto tune needed for that voice." So do yourself a favor and check out this rising star soon!