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Live From Symphony Hall (Atlanta, GA - 11​/​6​/​15)

by The Milk Carton Kids

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iamgbow The Milk Carton kids bring something so pure you simply can't touch it. Plus the fact that this recording came from a single mic is just some type of recording genius that should be recognized.
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Alrihkh MCK, your music feels like treasured family memories. It was my pleasure to see you @ The Canmore Folk Music Festival a few yrs ago & this is a great capture of my experience there. Thank you so much for your music!
Anyone who’s wondering how good this album is...well, it’s an awesome album. The sound is studio quality and these guys play great folk music with a bluegrass bend to it. Great cover of the Pink Floyd classic, as well. The banter between the guys is a great plus, too. 9/10. Favorite track: Asheville Skies - Live.
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PinEyes Can Charlie never be given birth please ? I want to hear this joke in 50 years from now and still laugh as hard as the first time I listened to some of the best musicians/music makers on the planet. Favorite track: Snake Eyes - Live.
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We’ve always loved Georgia. We’ve always felt at home there as we started out at the tiny, iconic Eddie’s Attic, had opening gigs at The Loft and The Fox, played Athens at The Melting Point and Macon at the Hargray Capitol Theatre, and eventually got to the Buckhead, the Variety Playhouse, and the stunning Symphony Hall. This Symphony Hall show was performed around 1 microphone, so our mixing and editing flexibility was limited. We’ll have to request your lenience on a few occasions. But, Kenneth is a gifted engineer (he wanted me to add, he’s actually a Grammy-nominated engineer), and has brought the all-encompassing sound of the Symphony Hall and its audience to life on this recording. In the end, this was a damn good show, if we do say so ourselves.

We’ve also always loved democracy. If there’s one issue on which we could both be considered radicals, it’s Voting Rights. The promise of American democracy can only be fulfilled when everyone has a chance to participate. Sadly, we have a long history of falling short of this promise, especially along racial lines. But, progress continues and we are hopeful. We’ve been lately inspired by Stacey Abrams’ work via Fair Fight to expand voting access in Georgia and beyond. All proceeds generated by this album will support Fair Fight. Our sincere thanks go to Kim Rosen for donating her mastering services, and Megan Baker for donating the cover photo, so we could give 100% from dollar 1 to Fair Fight.

While Fair Fight is primarily focused on voting access, they are an openly partisan organization supporting Democratic candidates and targeting Democrat-heavy constituencies. So, if you’d like to have this album for free for political or financial reasons, you may. Further, if you’re aware of Republican-led organizations working to expand voting rights and feel more comfortable supporting them instead, we’d applaud your efforts, and we’d like to hear about them. Perhaps we could work together.

For now, please enjoy the show. We’ll be back in Georgia soon, many times.


released December 4, 2020

Performed by Kenneth Pattengale & Joey Ryan around 1 Ear Trumpet Labs “Edwina" microphone
Recorded and mixed by Kenneth Pattengale
Mastered by Kim Rosen
Cover photo by Megan Baker


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