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Music Midtown 2017: Day 2 Videos

7:09 pm Sep. 17, 2017

You can catch performances here from several artists including COIN, Zara Larsson and Hiss Golden Messenger.

Hiss Golden Messenger

Hiss Golden Messenger, a country-rock band, based in Durham, N.C., got music lovers clapping, snapping their fingers and dancing Saturday with music featuring a wide range of elements –  folk, bluegrass, country.

Chris McDaniel was on the job selling beer early Sunday afternoon but he couldn’t help but stop and take a break to

Music Midtown 2017: Day 1 Videos

5:09 pm Sep. 16, 2017

Catch performances by Daye Jack, Bibi Bourelly and PVRIS.

We’ll have add more videos throughout the day.

Daye Jack

A Nigerian-born musician who grew up in the suburbs of Atlanta in Gwinnett County, this hip hop artist is best known for his single, “Hands Up” featuring Killer Mike.

Bibi Bourelly

Bibi Bourelly, a 23-year-old German singer songwriter (attended high school in Maryland), made her name writing hits for Rihanna, Kanye West and Usher – but she’s

Col. Bruce Hampton YouTube video shows the moment he collapsed onstage at the Fox

8:57 am May. 2, 2017

Col. Bruce Hampton, known as Atlanta’s “Granddaddy of the Jam Scene” turned 70 on April 30 and performed at the “Hampton 70” gathering in his honor.

During the four-hour show’s encore of “Turn on Your Lovelight,” Hampton collapsed onstage and was later pronounced deceased.

A fan’s video showing the moment of Hampton’s collapse emerged briefly on YouTube. It’s since been taken down. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution viewed but did not post the clip.

Prince remembered: Listen to audio from the singer’s final concert

6:00 am Apr. 21, 2017

BY JEWEL WICKER

For Prince fans who attended the singer’s last public concerts at Fox Theatre last year, their memories of the show serve as a snapshot of one of the pop icon’s final public moments. The singer died of an opioid overdose one year ago today, just one week after the two Atlanta concerts.

But, even fans who weren’t able to attend the Piano and a Microphone shows can get a glimpse into what the