Sami + Sean (of Alchemy) - BIRTHDAY SHOW!
515-B North McDonough St.
Decatur, GA, 30030
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:00 PM
Sami + Sean
"Siblings Sean + Sami Michelsen return to Eddieʼs Attic after a rocking January 17th SOLD OUT Show. The duo have been writing and performing music together for over a decade. When they created their band, Alchemy, in 2012, they set out to challenge many of the norms in the music industry, and began bending the rules of playing "genre specific" tunes. With an extremely diverse set list, The Michelsen's showcase their versatility and originality by adapting unique versions of songs from their favorite artists to pay the rent, all the while continuing to keep every song they've created true to itself. Their efforts and weekly performances fuel the fires of their dreams come true.
It was during one of these performances that the two were spotted by a Producer for Sony Television, and Alchemy was written into Season 1 of the show, "POWERS". Their singles, "Resistor" (as seen on POWERS), "Heartbeat" and "Moon Walker" are all aired regularly on radio stations, including 99X, Radio 105.7 and 97.1 The River. Sami and Sean are currently working on a new record which is due for release early next year.
As creative music makers in the 21st century, Sami + Sean present a powerful selection of songs that stir the soul, a stage presence that is often described as mesmerizing, haunting and magnetic, and a fresh new energy that ignites a fire within the heart. The Michelsen's continue to bend the rules, challenge the norm, and show the world that Alchemy is indeed the process of "refining the coarse and common into the rare and perfect..." and it sounds beautiful."
Big Brutus, the solo project of Atlanta-based singer-songwriter and guitarist, Sean Bryant, offers an incredibly rich and diverse sophomore album 'The Odd Willow', exploring concepts of mortality, aging, sickness, love, and loss.
"Across 11 tracks shimmering with folksy guitar riffs and ambient softness, Bryant works through his ongoing obsession with mortality, shifting from feelings of wonder and appreciation to isolation and resignation" - Creative Loafing
"an album that will seep deeper into your veins with each listen" - OpenEars Music
"an ambitious record full of dense layers and myriad details that leap out at the listener like so many sparks from a flame" - Immersive Atlanta