3179 Peachtree Rd NE # B
Atlanta, GA 30305
8:00 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013
Georgia Red Clay was formed in February of 2012. With a unique sound and style, GRC has become known for their originals and their twists on favorite cover tunes. Starting slowly on the local scene, GRC has quickly become one of the most sought after and popular bands in the area. There is nowhere to go but up for this rising band, so look for them to be playing near you! The band Georgia Red Clay -- whose band members hail from Lilburn, Lawrenceville and Buford - are already gathering quite a following. Brian Warner, 24, is joined by his younger brother, Eric, 19, on lead guitar. Austin Patton on bass guitar and backup vocals and Rick Gilbert on drums complete the band. Sometimes performing on his own, Brian Warner brings his own sound to the blend of Southern Rock and Modern Country that is GRC. Being from Georgia, there are A LOT of musical influences here, such as Lynard Skynard, Blackberry Smoke, Zac Brown Band, Collective Soul, Black Crowes, Brantley Gilbert, Eric Church, Luke Bryan, Hank Williams Sr., Hank Williams Jr., Johnny Cash, and The Marshall Tucker Band, with whom GRC had the honor of performing in December of 2012. You may find us in front of thousands or nestled in a corner of your favorite coffee shop picking out a new song. Till we find you in the Clay....... A true Son of the South, raised deep in the Georgia Pines, Bobby Compton knew his destiny the first time he held a Six-String Guitar. The 26 year-old singer / songwriter from Comer, Ga uses his own real-life experience to form a brand of Country Rock Music that is fast becoming the new face of the industry. Strong heart-felt lyrics, mixed with a driving beat, have propelled Bobby Compton and his band to the elite ranks of Country Music in the Atlanta and North Georgia markets. Besides performing his own original music, he plays a mixture of new country artist covers, traditional country covers, and a peppering of rock and southern rock favorites to provide a live show that is rivaled by no other in the area. Take a little bit of George Strait and Gary Allan, mix it with Jason Aldean, Eric Church, and Lynyrd Skynyrd, and you come out with Bobby Compton.