Music of Atlanta, Georgia

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  1. John Mayer

    John Mayer

    Guitarist and singer/songwriter

  2. Third Day

    Third Day


    Third Day is a Christian rock band formed in Marietta, Georgia during the 1990s. The band was founded by lead singer Mac Powell, guitarist Mark Lee and former member Billy Wilkins. The other band members are bassist Tai Anderson and drummer David Carr. The band's name is a reference to the biblical accounts of Jesus' rising from the dead on the third day following his crucifixion. The band was inducted in the Georgia Music Hall of Fame on September 19, 2009. They have sold over 10 million albums in the United States alone.

  3. The Dream

    The Dream

    American musician

  4. Sugarland



    Sugarland, an American country music duo, is composed of singer–songwriters Jennifer Nettles (lead vocals) and Kristian Bush (background vocals, lead vocals, mandolin, acoustic guitar, and harmonica). Sugarland was founded in 2002 by Kristen Hall with Bush and ultimately became a trio after hiring Jennifer Nettles as lead singer. After three years, Hall left the group.

  5. Cartel



    Cartel is an American pop punk band from Conyers, Georgia that formed in 2003. The current members of the band include vocalist/guitarist Will Pugh, lead guitarist Joseph Pepper, bassist Nic Hudson, and drummer Kevin Sanders.

  6. Sevendust



    Sevendust is an American alternative metal band from Atlanta, Georgia. Formed in 1994 by bassist Vince Hornsby, drummer Morgan Rose and guitarist John Connolly. After their first demo, lead vocalist Lajon Witherspoon and guitarist Clint Lowery joined the group. Following a few name changes, the members settled on the name Sevendust and released their self-titled debut album on April 15, 1997.

  7. Collective Soul

    Collective Soul


    Collective Soul are an American rock band originally from Stockbridge, Georgia. Now based in Atlanta, the group consists of lead vocalist Ed Roland, rhythm guitarist Dean Roland, bassist Will Turpin, drummer Johnny Rabb and lead guitarist Jesse Triplett.

  8. Family Force 5

    Family Force 5


    Family Force 5 is an American Christian rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. The band was formed in 1993 by brothers Solomon "Soul Glow Activatur", Joshua "Fatty", and Jacob "Crouton" Olds. As of 2013, the group has released four studio albums (including a Christmas album), nine EPs, and two remix albums. They are often noted for their raucous, party-centric personae and eclectic mix of genres, ranging from rap metal to dance-pop.

  9. The Black Crowes

    The Black Crowes


    The Black Crowes are an American rock band formed in 1989. Their discography includes nine studio albums, four live albums and several charting singles. The band was signed to Def American Recordings in 1989 by producer George Drakoulias and released their debut album, Shake Your Money Maker, the following year. The follow-up, The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion, reached the top of the Billboard 200 in 1992.

  10. Mastodon



    Mastodon is an American metal band from Atlanta, Georgia, formed in early 2000 and is composed of bassist Troy Sanders, guitarist Brent Hinds, guitarist Bill Kelliher and drummer Brann Dailor. Many of their songs feature progressive concepts and unique instrumentation with a mix of clean vocals and harsh screams.

  11. Confederate Railroad

    Confederate Railroad


    Confederate Railroad is an American country rock/southern rock band founded in 1987 in Marietta, Georgia by Danny Shirley (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Michael Lamb (lead guitar), Mark Dufresne (drums), Chris McDaniel (keyboards), Warren "Gates" Nichols (steel guitar) and Wayne Secrest (bass guitar). After serving as a backing band for outlaw country act David Allan Coe, the band signed to a recording contract with Atlantic Records, releasing their self-titled debut album that year. Throughout the 1990s, they released four more albums for Atlantic.

  12. Indigo Girls

    Indigo Girls


    The Indigo Girls are an American folk rock music duo consisting of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers. They met in elementary school and began performing together as high school students in Decatur, Georgia, part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. They started performing with the name Indigo Girls as students at Emory University, performing weekly at The Dugout, a bar in Emory Village.

  13. Austin Thornton

    Austin Thornton


    Woe, Is Me was an American metalcore band from Atlanta, Georgia. Formed in 2009, the group was signed to Rise Records and its subsidiary, Velocity Records. Their debut album, Numbers, was released on August 31, 2010 and charted at number 16 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart. Due to many lineup changes and conflicts, the only original member who remained in the band through its entire run was guitarist Kevin Hanson. The band broke up in September 2013.

  14. Norma Jean

    Norma Jean


    Norma Jean is an American metalcore band from Douglasville, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. Since their inception in 1997 and replacement of members throughout the years, the band's only original member is the guitarist, Chris Day. To date, Norma Jean has released six studio albums and received a Grammy Award nomination in 2006 for Best Recording Package for their second album O God, the Aftermath. The band's name is derived from the real name of actress Marilyn Monroe.

  15. Drivin' N' Cryin'

    Drivin' N' Cryin'


    Drivin' 'N' Cryin' is an American Hard rock/Southern rock band from Atlanta, GA.

  16. The Georgia Satellites

    The Georgia Satellites


    The Georgia Satellites are a Southern rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. They are best known for their 1986 top five hit single "Keep Your Hands to Yourself", and draw inspiration from Chuck Berry, Little Feat, The Rolling Stones, and AC/DC.

  17. Atlanta Rhythm Section

    Atlanta Rhythm Section


    Atlanta Rhythm Section, sometimes abbreviated ARS, is an American southern rock band, formed in 1971. The band's current lineup consists of founding members keyboardist Dean Daughtry (who is the band's only constant member) and vocalist Rodney Justo, along with newer members' guitarists' David Anderson and Steve Stone, and drummer Jim Keeling.

  18. Shawn Mullins

    Shawn Mullins

    American musician

  19. Classics Iv

    Classics Iv


    The Classics IV was a band formed in Jacksonville, Florida, United States, in 1965. The band is often credited for establishing the "soft southern rock" sound. The band, led by singer Dennis Yost, is known mainly for the hits "Spooky", "Stormy" and "Traces," released 1967 to 1969, which have become cover standards.

  20. RichGirl



    RichGirl was an American R&B vocal girl group consisting of four members, Audra, Brave, Lyndriette and Se7en (now known as Sevyn). The group's name refers to "a certain attitude and confidence, combined with individuality and talent that any girl might possess", rather than material items. The group was formed with the help of record producer Rich Harrison, and is managed by Tina Davis. The group draws inspiration from groups such as En Vogue, TLC, Spice Girls, Destiny's Child, SWV and artists such as Madonna, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson & Beyoncé. RichGirl was inspired by the looks, sophistication and classiness of En Vogue.

  21. The Tams

    The Tams


    The Tams are an American vocal group from Atlanta, Georgia, United States, who enjoyed their greatest chart success in the 1960s, and the 1970s, and most improbably in the 1980s. Two separate versions of the group continued to perform and record. One version features original member Robert Lee Smith - 'The Original Tams with R. L. Smith', and the other was under the leadership of Charles Pope, the brother of co-founder Joe Pope.

  22. Butch Walker

    Butch Walker

    American musician

  23. Woe, Is Me

    Woe, Is Me


    Woe, Is Me was an American metalcore band from Atlanta, Georgia. Formed in 2009, the group was signed to Rise Records and its subsidiary, Velocity Records. Their debut album, Numbers, was released on August 31, 2010 and charted at number 16 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart. Due to many lineup changes and conflicts, the only original member who remained in the band through its entire run was guitarist Kevin Hanson. The band broke up in September 2013.

  24. Luti-kriss



    Luti-Kriss was a Christian metalcore outfit from Atlanta, Georgia formed in 1997 that later evolved into the metalcore band Norma Jean. The band changed their name to Norma Jean in 2002, but is largely seen as a different band by both fans and the band alike. The band's change in direction was one reason for the change, as well as confusion with Georgia-born rapper Ludacris.

  25. Marvelous 3

    Marvelous 3


    Marvelous 3 was an Atlanta-based rock band.

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