Decatur-grown band, The Bitteroots, to return for rescheduled show at Eddie’s AtticPhoto provided to Decaturish
By Ellie Ritter, contributor
The Bitteroots, a Decatur-grown band, will return to the stage at Eddie’s Attic on Friday, July 28 to celebrate their ninth year of making music. This is a rescheduled date from an earlier show in May, which was canceled just before showtime due to a bad thunderstorm and power outage in downtown Decatur.
The band, which was founded in Oakhurst in 2008, plays a show at Eddie’s Attic annually.
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“We’re really looking forward to this night,” singer Laura Dees said. “We’ve always thought of Eddie’s Attic as kind of our home base, the place where we really started to come into our own as a band, and can’t wait to share the party with all our friends and fans.”
The Bitteroots will be joined by Brit La Palm & the Barrel Fever, an Atlanta music group, as well as Decatur native and former contest on “The Voice,” Sydney Rhame. Percussionist Rob Sumowski, who has played with other local Georgia artists, will also be sitting in with the band for their entire set.
The doors open at 6 p.m. July 28, and the show starts at 7 p.m. The band will also have a limited number of special edition ninth anniversary posters and T-shirts available to help celebrate the occasion.