Come join Lily and her friends, family, and bandmates at Smith's Olde Bar for one final show before Lily moves to Nashville! We'd love to have everyone come celebrate the many years of Georgia shows and livin'. AFTM and LeAnder will be opening the show! Details below:
Lily Rose -9:45 pm
After three years of playing around Athens and Atlanta, GA, Lily Rose has take Georgia by storm. Her sophomore EP, «When We Were On Fire», released in April 2017, is grabbing the attention of people all over. Finding inspiration in OneRepublic, Ed Sheeran, and Maroon 5, Lily's producing, songwriting, and performing skills are unlike no other. Whether you find Lily lighting up the 40 Watt or Georgia Theatre stages in Athens, or playing to her hometown crowd at Smith's Olde Bar or Eddies Attic in Atlanta, you will clearly see her passion, energy and purpose for music.
A.F.T.M. (A Few Too Many) is a rock band originally from Atlanta, and currently based in Athens, GA. Singer/Guitarist Forrest Whitlark, guitarist William MacLane, and bassist/keyboardist John MacLane have been playing together for close to 10 years. Since moving to Athens fo rschool, tney have continued to create music that pulls from a unique blend of influences in Cage the Elephant, Portugal the Man, and Jack White.
LeAnder is an American alternative rock band from Nashville, Tennessee on a mission to be fully alive. A combination of innovation and a fresh perspective drives the band to its Switchfoot and 30 Seconds To Mars inspired sound. Band members Scott Anderle (lead vocals, guitar), Logan Rhea (bass, backing vocals) and Andrew Hall (drums) met in college while attending MTSU. They played music together in various bands but did not start pursuing their own music until after graduating. After a successfully funded Kickstarter in July of 2015, LeAnder dropped their music video Steakhouse and played several shows in the southeast. In Spring of 2016, LeAnder released their Debut EP, Invictus, and hit the road for a six-city house show tour in Athens, Tuscaloosa, College Station, Nashville, Chattanooga, and Knoxville. Playing their songs for an audience of roughly 50 people in packed living rooms created an intimate environment for the fans to experience the stories behind the songs on a deeper level. These men are authentic in their artistry as well as their lives on and off stage. They hope to use their music as a pathway exploring the many avenues of adventure and chaos, joy and pain, faith and doubt, giving a light of hope amidst the brokenness of a dark world. There's freedom in surrender and beauty in the storm. Now more than ever, LeAnder invites you to join their journey of living fully alive