The Electromatics are a 5-piece band raised on hard-working electric blues and southern-fried soul. Made up of Atlanta roots mainstays, separately they've worked with a relative who's-who of local and national artists including Shemekia Copeland, Hubert Sumlin, Randall Bramblett and Donna The Buffalo. Together, they've been bringing a unique, almost experimental style of American music, as part of their 10-year residency at the world famous Blind Willie's Blues Club. More than just a live music concert, the infamous hump night party goes big.
Doors at 7pm, live music at 8:30.
21+, $6, non-smoking inside
About Blind Willie's Blues Club
Housed in a historic 1920's era building, Blind Willie's Blues Club has hosted nearly 10,000 nights of live music in Atlanta. Tonight is a good time to go, plus there is a live performance six nights a week (Tue-Sun). National touring acts appear regularly along with the best of local & regional acts. Your favorite blues musician or band from the last 30 years likely played a concert here. The focus is blues, but at some events you may also hear jazz, early R&B, soul, and roots music.
Looking for restaurants with live music in Atlanta? Blind Willie's has a dinner menu and full bar to accompany the entertainment. Start the show with food and drinks, progress to drinks and dancing. The club is small, cozy and intimate, so you can relax and enjoy good music and shared experiences. Visit soon.