The list is full for the KBC 20th BIRTHDAY BASH at eyedrum art & music gallery on Thursday, March 21.
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New slots open every third Friday of the month at 10am, the day after KBC.
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  1. Please arrive at least 60 minutes before your scheduled showtime.
  2. Upon arrival, kindly report to the sound engineer to signify your presence and get marked down.
  3. Each of the two stages is adequately outfitted with microphones and direct input boxes.
  4. Please note that no backline will be provided.
  5. Set times are subject to change due to changeovers between sets.
  6. If you cannot make your time slot, kindly contact us via
  7. Failure to appear for your appointed time slot will disqualify you from future KBC events. Refer to the above if you need to cancel.
  8. Don't forget to invite your friends, family, and colleagues to see you perform!
  9. We will send you promotional assets, but you are also welcome to create your own flyer to promote your appearance.
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A Brief history of Kirkwood Ballers Club:

In its various incarnations over the years, Kirkwood Ballers Club has created an environment where generations of avant-garde musical energy and talent have flourished throughout periods of existence and inactivity.

During its early years at Lenny’s, a parade of local punk, hip-hop, jazz, and indie rock musicians would sign up to perform including everyone from garage punks and avant-garde musicians Cole Alexander of the Black Lips and Bradford Cox of Deerhunter to Grammy-winning saxophone player Kebbi Williams of Tedeschi Trucks Band. All utilized the format to create music in-the-moment that expanded upon their typical repertoires.

“The Kirkwood Ballers Club was always a place of pure freedom,” says Kebbi Williams, who often showed up with large ensembles of musicians who lit up the room with an explosive free-form skroking jazz set. “I learned from Kirkwood Ballers Club at Lenny’s and from the scene at Eyedrum how to be free,” Williams goes on to say. “I saw some of the most original and provocative things at the Kirkwood Ballers Club, and it totally affected my life as an artist.”

WHEN: Every Third Thursday of the month from 8-11:30pm

WHERE: eyedrum art & music gallery 515 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30312 -
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