Relive The Album

Since 2009, ATL Collective has been curating the best concerts in town. We hand-pick the finest musicians around to recreate the greatest albums ever recorded.

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Our monthly concert series features
local and touring musicians covering
classic albums from start to finish.

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We work with chefs and
mixologists in town to create album
inspired dishes and cocktails.

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Our growing family includes some
of Atlanta’s most talented designers,
videographers and storytellers.

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This Month’s Album

CCR’s Green River + Cosmos Factory

Early Show: Green River | Late Show: Cosmos Factory

September 20 | The Earl | Two Shows | 7:30pm and 11:00pm | $10 Online $13 Door

Saturday, September 20th, The ATL Collective rolls back into the Earl for two epic shows. The early show will be a presentation of Credence Clearwater Revival’s classic 1969 album “Green River.” For the late show, The Collective will recreate CCR’s 1970 “Cosmo’s Factory.” Both shows will feature Atlanta’s own Gringo Star and a host of other amazing local talent. There’s a bad moon on the rise, so get yourself to the Earl. Shows will likely sell out, so act fast. Tickets and info here.

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"It's less about performer vs. audience and more about everyone in the room sharing a passion for some iconic albums. Faithful interpretations are mixed in with complete re-imaginings of songs and the result is a party that's always interesting "

− Paste Magazine

"The Collective has staged shows spotlighting albums as diverse as Tom Waits' Rain Dogs, Michael Jackson's Thriller, the Beatles' Revolver, and the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds at venues ranging from the Earl to the Goat Farm."

− Creative Loafing

"The most non-cover band cover band in the history of rock n' roll."

− Scoutmob

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Venues Played
42
Albums Covered
103
Artists Performed
6054
Show Attendees