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ATL queer band Girlyman plays double header May 12 at Eddie’s

Girlyman performs at Eddie's Attic

Girlyman, the Atlanta-based vocal harmony pop/rock quartet, performs at Eddie's Attic for two shows on May 12 before heading for several tour stops throughout Europe.

Lead vocalist Doris Muramatsu says everyone in Girlyman would fit into the category of "queer," and that she and bandmates Ty Greenstein, Nate Borofsky and newest member JJ Jones are excited to to play a duo of hometown shows before heading across the pond.

Girlyman's fifth studio album "Supernova" was released on iTunes and other digital outlets May 1. Physical copies are due in stores June 19.

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Ronnda Cadle brings new album to Eddie’s Attic on Saturday

Ronnda Cadle comes to Eddie's Attic

Ronnda Cadle moved to Atlanta to be part of the city's now infamous acoustic music scene, and after 13 years, departed for the West Coast — also to further her music. On Saturday, she returns to her old stomping grounds to celebrate the release of her new CD, "Will's Embrace."

The show is set for 7 p.m. at Eddie's Attic, the Decatur venue famous for its "listening room" and commitment to local and touring acoustic musicians.

"During my years of living in Atlanta,  I strived and pushed myself as an artist to be on that stage. Eddie's Attic truly is one of the best venues I have ever had the opportunity to perform in," Cadle told GA Voice. "I know Eddie no longer owns it, but for me, it's the history, heart and community that Eddie started long ago — 'Live Music Matters.'"

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Lesbian singer Catie Curtis brings new batch of engaging tunes to Atlanta

Lesbian folk singer Catie Curtis

Lesbian folksinger Catie Curtis cruises her “Stretch Limousine on Fire” into Atlanta in May to treat fans to two nights of her signature acoustic guitar and introspective, often inspiring lyrics.

“Stretch Limousine,” the rollicking title song from Curtis’ 11th studio album, released in August, uses dark humor to echo the theme that money doesn’t buy happiness, and to relish a little in the fact that “Trouble comes to everyone no matter how much you can buy.”

The new album features a style that is a bit more raw than previous efforts, but will still be familiar to longtime fans. Curtis will perform songs from the new CD and earlier albums May 8 at Eddie’s Attic, the iconic Decatur acoustic venue, then follow with a show the next night at Duluth’s Red Clay Theatre, the new venue managed by Eddie’s founder Eddie Owen.