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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: September, 2017
Sep 22, 2017
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MACY TODD explains why she recorded but never released her first album.

Samuel Cho of KOLLABORATION ATL says the organization aims to help Asian-American artists get their start.

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Sep 15, 2017
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ELIOT BRONSON talks about his new cd, James, growing up in Maryland, and the joys and challenges of a musical life. He's at Eddie's Attic on Sat., Sept. 23!

Amanda Plumb explains the Japanese origins of the international experience known as PECHA KUCHA. You like storytelling done in 20 slides with 20 seconds of talk per slide? Next one is Sunday, Nov. 12. Click HERE for Dana Robinson's presentation.

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Sep 10, 2017
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GRUT is an improv ensemble of musicians creating their own signature sound in Atlanta.

Matt Weyandt of XOCOLATL craft chocolate makers, talks about upcoming documentary and their efforts to uncover new flavors out of Peruvian cacao.

*music tweens Candyman is by the New Millenium Jelly Rollers & Pocketful of Rainbows is by Alex Gordon

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