PHOTOS: Larkin Poe & Great Peacock at Park Tavern’s Sunset Sessions

Last Sunday’s Sunset Sessions at Park Tavern brought by Bowery South and Radio 105.7 was one for the books!

Nashville’s Great Peacock came back to Atlanta behind two new singles, “Let You Go” and “Society Hill”, after releasing their debut album Making Ghosts via This Is American Music in 2015. The folk rock band tours hard and always pops through Atlanta when they can; and I still haven’t found a bad time to catch this band live. With strong vocals from Andrew Nelson, added harmonies from Blount Floyd, the band always brings a strong energy to their live show, having a good time every time they play together. Last Sunday’s show at Park Tavern was no different, as the band continues to impress, making new fans with every show.

Check out photos from Great Peacock’s set by Mike Gerry below:

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Larkin Poe returned to Atlanta behind their recent release, Reskinned, a revamped edition of their debut album, Kin, which Universal Records released in April. Led by sisters Rebecca (vocals, guitar, etc.) and Megan Lovell (harmony vocals, lap steel guitar), who are originally from Acworth, Larkin Poe got the hometown treatment as a healthy crowd packed in around the stage area for the free concert. The sisters have gotten plenty of pub since releasing their debut EP in 2010, especially since a 2014 performance at Glastonbury, and the sisters certainly showed what the hype was all about with their 4 piece band. While they can be classified somewhere around the Southern Rock or roots rock realms, this band is has a modern edge to them, and rock they did, providing plenty of highlights for the crowd throughout their set. These sisters are obviously veterans onstage at this point, knowing how to work the crowd and playing to the camera, providing a fun night for this camera guy and the rest of Park Tavern.

Check out Mike Gerry’s photo set of Larkin Poe:

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