Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
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Blibbering Humdingers, The
If Luna Lovegood got together with Frodo Baggins, Jack Harkness, Eleanor of Aquitaine, and Malcolm Reynolds to form a rock band, they might sound a lot like this. The Blibbering Humdingers play catchy pop songs for wizards, dorks, geeks, and nerds.
» Brian from Draco & the Malfoys
Brian from Draco & the Malfoys sings songs about Harry Potter from Draco Malfoy's perspective.
» Brobdingnagian Bards
The Brobdingnagian Bards are back for a Dragon Con reunion with a new CD of Celtic absurdity. They take traditional Irish and Scottish folk songs, mix it up with Lord of the Rings music to create a unique brand of Celtic Filk.
» Gilbert Carrizales
Gilbert Carrizales is a live trance/progressive performer. He performs all original music and remixes with keyboards, midi controllers, and laptops.
One of the most notable Dark-wave bands internationally, The Crüxshadows' motto is "live, love, be, believe," and it serves as a reminder that while The Crüxshadows may write catchy songs, the band has depth that extends beyond the dance floor.
DJ Ben Kennedy
Producer, composer, and DJ Ben Kennedy has been behind the decks for over 8 years. Spinning at some of the most popular nightclubs in the District of Columbia and conventions around the country, Ben uses a unique mix of progressive house, trance, and electrohouse to excite audiences and create unforgettable DJ sets.
DJ Marc J Cubs
DJ Marc J Cubs is an Atlanta based DJ who spins all around town at all the bars, clubs, and after hour events.
Nick Edelstein's Filk set consists of vocals with self-accompaniment on accordion, guitar, and a loop effect. Featuring songs from my new all-Filk album, Hobbies and Games such as "Rolling For Crits" and "Lego Love." I've been a BMI Songwriter and NARAS member since 2004, and entertained over 2,000 audiences internationally.
» Emerald Rose
Emerald Rose has traveled the US and Ireland and are equally at home at Science Fiction conventions or celebrity-studded parties in Hollywood. In February 2013 Emerald Rose returned to Hollywood for their third appearance with the cast and crew of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movies.
Geekapella is Orlando's only geeky a cappella group. In 2015, they released Legends of the Hidden Demo, performed at conventions throughout Florida and made their Dragon Con debut! Do you like Star Wars, Harry Potter, anime, and enjoy nerd culture? You'll find all this and more in their repertoire.
» Here Come the Mummies
More undead than Dick Clark, and cursed with the funk of five thousand years.
» Hot Breakfast!
Hot Breakfast! is an acoustic dork-rock power duo that blends comedy and rock into one funny, dorky package featuring passionate & funny originals, offbeat covers, and over-the-top theatricality. Think Tenacious D meets The Dead Milkmen.
I:SCINTILLA never disappoints. The Chicago quintet comes armed with heavy rhythms and guitars that somehow gain intensity with each passing year. Combined with Brittany Bindrim’s powerful vocals and melodies, their metal-infused electronica live shows have dazzled Dragon Con audiences repeatedly since 2010.
» Jig to a Milestone
Wielding Hammered Dulcimers, bouzoukis, and other obscure instruments this dynamic duo fuses ancient traditions and modern style to bring you a unique musical experience.
Kirby Krackle is a pioneer of the nerd-rock movement; songs about comic books, video games, geek culture, and harnessing your inner-awesome.
Lips Down on Dixie
Lips Down On Dixie is an Atlanta based Rocky Horror Picture Show cast which performs weekly Friday midnight shows at The Plaza Theater. Known nationally for their screen accuracy, the cast has made appearances at venues around the Southeast region including Masquerade, Club Future, Chamber, Tongue & Groove, and others.
Pioneers of the late 90’s Pop-Punk and Geek Rock movements, best known for writing theme for Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Their newest album, Rockingham, comes out March 11, 2016 and is an explosion of geekness, with true-to-form songs like "At The Con," "I'm The Droid" and "Ghostbusters III."
» Palmetto Knights
The Palmetto Knights is a historic steel combat team that brings all of their sword clashing and live fighting to center stage. These European weapon and armor experts will expand your mind with their wide array of panels and then blow your mind with intense combat tournaments.
Tom Smith is a singer-songwriter who dabbles mostly in comedy, mostly in folk rock. Tom has had several legendary performances at DragonCon, among others.
» DJ Spider
DJ Spider is a nerdy, geeky DJ with fingers in 80's, 90's, dance, ebm, goth, industrial, synthpop, and more.
» The Cog is Dead
A time traveling steampunk trio whose music is fun, eclectic and widely praised by fans and steampunks around the world. Exciting musical variety, energetic theatrical stage presence, and hilarious video clips make The Cog is Dead's show a wonderful live theatrical experience for all who attend!
The Doubleclicks write nerdy, clever songs and perform them in energetic shows featuring cello and cat keyboard. At Dragon Con 2015, we performed all over the place and FILLED UP the concourse. Since then our album debuted on Billboard at number 2 & we'll have at least 1 new album out by Dragon Con 2016.
The Muckers is Atlanta's only Celtic rock band. We combine a variety of influences into a rocking stage show with a traditional tilt. Band includes accordion, fiddle and mandolin, as well as standard guitar, bass and drums.
» The Positronic Cats
A progressive folk duo from south central Pennsylvania. Simple chord progressions paired with powerful vocals and intricate mandolin phrasings are the foundation for songs about love, revenge, and the future.
Celtic Tribal Gypsy Rock with an Appalachian, Steam Punk twist. Incorporating Conventional and non-conventional instrumentation with amazing vocals into a super energetic, costumed performance which includes Original, traditional and even cover material. Heavy percussion base including interaction with the audience! Family friendly for all ages!
» S. J. Tucker
S. J. Tucker came flying out of the Memphis music scene, guitar in hand and voice at the ready, and her feet have hardly hit the ground since. The varied elements of jazz, folk, goth-industrial, free-range spirituality, and world folklore weave themselves together and find a new home in Tucker's masterful lyrical storytelling.
» Wasted Wine
Wasted Wine's latest album, Wasted Wine vs. the Hypnosis Center was featured on NPR, PopMatters, and other media outlets that weren't afraid of the eclectic release. Their sound has been likened to "a Russian circus taking place in a seedy cowboy bar" and that about sums it up.