The legendary blues club has hosted the likes of Francine Reed, Billy Wright, Grady “Fats” Jackson, and Lazy Lester.
In May 2012 the owners of Eddie’s Attic, the Decatur listening room where John Mayer and Sugarland got their starts, fired its founder, Eddie Owen.
A “listening room” that’s launched a thousand singer-songwriters from a small upper nook in Decatur, including John Mayer, Sugarland, and the Civil Wars.
Westside’s King Plow complex once housed a foundry and shipped farm implements all over the United States and Latin America.
Both concertgoers and bands applaud the sound at this Little Five Points venue, which continues to draw popular acts like Josh Ritter and Stephen Stills.