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GOOD GRACIOUS SOUTHERN VARIETY SHOW

GOOD GRACIOUS is a live variety show in Atlanta and a podcast spotlighting the best Southern music, arts, ideas, and more. Started in 2014 by Boyd Baker as a nod to The Ed Sullivan show, GOOD GRACIOUS hosts/interviews musicians, comedians, civic leaders, poets, filmmakers, authors, chefs, philanthropists, and folks who make the South the best - and more interesting - place to be. Podcasts include short showettes, as well as edited versions of our 2-hour live stage show. Some call it "A Southern Home Companion" because of its all-ages appeal but it's even more Southern Fun for Everyone.
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Now displaying: January, 2016
Jan 29, 2016

JIM HODGSON talks satire of Atlanta Banana and his live show at Village Theatre Sat. Jan. 30 Atlanta Explained.

KRISTIAN BUSH gives his take on the upside of music festivals and his unique experience as a "new artist".

LAURI STALLINGS shares her experiences choreographing for GLO.

HIGHBEAMS out of Woodstock are ready to get back out on the road.

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Jan 21, 2016

Stacey Singer talks about GIRLS ROCK CAMP & LADIES' ROCK CAMP

HeaveN Beatbox talks about touring and the power of being your unique self.

Michael Furlinger talks about keeping the spirit of the PLAZA THEATRE alive.

Leah Song of RISING APPALACHIA talks about their unique path to bandhood and their hope to grow a SLOW MUSIC MOVEMENT.

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Jan 10, 2016

Chris Appleton of WONDERROOT talks about reaching into the community with arts and their big move.

Husband & wife duo LAUGHLIN talks about their rock/pop influenced country style.

Jen Hidinger from STAPLEHOUSE restaurant explains their unique relationship with The Giving Kitchen.

Kevin Scott explains how funky things are getting with the ATLANTA FUNK SOCIETY.

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