The name Comrades came from the first song we played together in Joe's basement. Simply put, the song is about friends and has become a concert tradition to sing all together with our friends at the end of every show.
When I started this project, the idea was to "build out from folk," so the sense of a club, one that could expand or contract on any given day, or song, without needing to be any certain size or combination of instruments, was attractive.
Daily Report readers know all too well what Shakespeare's Dick the Butcher suggested be done with lawyers.
Questionnaire completed by: Chris Kelly wrote the good parts. Chris Fox revised and made these responses less awesome. Other band members who would prefer not to be associated with such frivolity may have made minor changes and edits, wet blankets that they are.
Bert Reeves, emcee for the Atlanta Bar Association's annual LawJam "Battle of the Atlanta Lawyers' Bands," is comfortable in that spotlight - and many others.
In an individual spirit of bipartisanship never before seen at the Georgia Legislature, House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams is ready to kill everybody.
Making and winning a case is challenging enough for a professional litigator. Add a math test, an English paper, peer pressure and prom to the mix and it becomes much more complicated. Carl A. Gebo, a partner at Gordon & Rees in Atlanta, has dealt with the distractible minds of teens with remarkable success during the past 18 years as coach of the Henry W. Grady High School Mock Trial Team, the state champion four years running and the No. 2 team in the nation in 2012.
Attorney Patti Pearlberg's art collection is as personal as the stories that go with it.
Corey D. Holzer keeps his eye on the ball. He knows that skill, practice and persistence make for winning outcomes.
Leigh Tyson and Brian Lunsford wanted to wed in a place that meant something to them and that they could revisit in future years. Their choice: Atlanta's Historic Oakland Cemetery.