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Check It!: Week of Nov. 5-11

A weekly roundup of all things music in Atlanta. This week: The Difference Machine opens for Del the Funky Homosapien; Georgia is well represented at the CMA Awards; and The Who plays in Atlanta.

The Difference Machine Releases Single, Set to Open for Del

Last month, Local Notes told you that Del the Funky Homosapien would soon play in Atlanta. The local band that will open for Del is psychedelic hip-hop group The Difference Machine.

The Difference Machine is currently working on its upcoming album “The Psychedelic Sounds of The Difference Machine,” set to be released next year. The band recently released a track off the album, called “Futuristic Blast,” which you can check out here.

See the band with Del the Funk Homosapien this Saturday starting at 10 p.m. Get tickets here.

Georgia Artists Win, Perform at CMA Awards

Georgia was well represented at last week’s Country Music Association Awards. Nominees with area roots included the Zac Brown Band, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Brantley Gilbert and Single of the Year winner Little Big Town.

Georgia artist performances included renditions of “Always on My Mind” and “Crazy” by Lady Antebellum during the Willie Nelson tribute and “Pontoon” by Little Big Town.

Check It! Pick of the Week

It may be a bit outside of the Midtown area, but Local Notes is very excited for tonight’s concert by The Who. Original members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will bring a number of additional backing artists to play the entirety of its 1972 album Quadrophenia, the second of its rock albums, which tells the fictional story of Jimmy Cooper and his multiple personalities.

The show is tonight at the Arena at Gwinnett Center starting at 7:30 p.m. Get tickets here.

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