ALL THE LOCALS

Fri Aug 10 2018

8:00 PM Doors

Smith's Olde Bar

1578 Piedmont Avenue NE Atlanta, GA 30324

Ages 18+

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    Praised for their effortlessly original and creative approach to songwriting, A.T.L's self-titled debut EP is due out later this year. "We all know good music when we hear it. [Our music] feels good", Deno, A.T.L's drummer extraordinaire, has commented. Well, Deno, the public agrees. 

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Smith's Olde Bar Presents

ALL THE LOCALS

Fri Aug 10 2018 8:00 PM Doors

Smith's Olde Bar Atlanta GA
ALL THE LOCALS
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Ages 18+