OVER the years, Atlanta-based artist Adron has garnered a strong following and earned the love and devotion of critics at home (Creative Loafing has named her the city's Best Songwriter; Eddie Owen of Eddie Owen Presents, The Red Clay Theater, and Eddie's Attic calls Adron his "favorite band ever") and beyond.
Adron’s kind of sepia-toned, tropical-influenced pop music showcases her soulfully clear voice and highlights an effervescent kind of musicality. With inspiration from songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Harry Nilsson accompanied by a love of Brazilian samba, bossa nova, and 1970s pop, it’s a sound that’s sure to thaw out these icy days.
It’s a rare performance for Savannah singer-songwriter Britt Scott, who can be found co-hosting Abe’s on Lincoln with Susanna Kennedy (American Hologram) these days.
Savannah’s Dustin Price joins the bill. Price released an EP of original alt-country-inspired sounds in October 2017.
Saturday, January 20, 9 p.m., free, 21+