Abney Park
Abney Park is a Steampunk band based out of Seattle. During their stage show, they perform a variety of songs off of their nine albums, coupled with a dynamic light show, on stage dancers, and guest musicians.

» Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
Preserving and performing new old-time radio since 1984!

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Blibbering Humdingers, The
Comedic Wizard Rock for Harry Potter fans plus Filk, Folk, Medieval, Nerdmusik and all manner of musical mayhem for human people.

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.


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» Crossed Swords
Broadswords, rapiers and even batlefs clash in this dazzling display of Hollywood-style combat. Harsch and Sakuta reveal secrets and demonstrate many behind-the scenes moves that make up your favorite movie, TV and theater sword fighting stunts.

Crystal Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands
Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands toe a fascinating line, making for either an uncommonly dignified circus sideshow or a melodramatic, gorgeous Eastern European street performance. Think Tori Amos with Tom Waits' sense of humor, or maybe a Tim Burton film with the steampunk quotient maxed.

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DJ Marc J Cubs
DJ Marc J Cubs is an Atlanta-based DJ, huge gamer, and lover of all things Sci-Fi.

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Frenchy and the Punk
Foot-stompin' danceable bohemian cabaret folk, world, French chanson,`80s punk, dash of vaudeville charm, steampunk flair and pixie spirit!

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Good Co
We're the US's ONLY live Electro Swing band. Electro Swing, if you're unfamiliar with the genre, mixes music of the swing era with the dance music of today. We're a six piece with trumpet, trombone, bass, piano, sax/clarinet, vocals, and laptop. Awesome energy, awesome show!

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Hawthorn and Holly
Hawthorn and Holly are a pop/punk quartet hailing from Charlotte, NC. A fixture in the wizard rock scene, they sing about a variety of fandoms. With memorable harmonies, tight guitar hooks, and incredible stage presence, they bring nerds together in joyful celebration with engaging original music and lyrics.

Here Come the Mummies
Here Come The Mummies performs "Terrifying Funk From Beyond the Grave."

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Lips Down on Dixie
Lips Down On Dixie is an Atlanta-based Rocky Horror Picture Show cast that performs weekly Friday midnight shows at The Plaza Theater. 

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Mikey Mason
The mind behind "She Don't Like Firefly," "Best Game Ever," and the theme to the KODT web series armed with radio-ready, catchy geek songs to delight and amaze.

Metricula is all things guitar, voice, and comedy with lots of original filk songs (parodies and originals). Metricula comes from folk music and specialize in sing-a-longs and audience participation. You can usualy count on enjoying a performance as a character that's somewhat of a hybrid between a clown and a camp counselor gone horribly and cheerfully awry.

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Danceable, intelligent, visual, eclectic. Performed for two Cons before. Qiet plays a mixture of gypsy music, rock, funk and jazz.

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Tom Smith
Described as mostly folk-rock, mostly comedy, except all the stuff that isn't, Tom Smith is Weird Al with more books, JoCo with more jokes, and Carlin with more Cthulhu.

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That Darling DJ Duo
That Darling DJ Duo is the high-energy tag-team, Emmett Davenport and Lady Attercop. One part frustrated Vaudevillians searching for a stage, and one part 80s era rockers with too much hairspray and not enough adult supervision, they spin an eclectic mix of everything from indie, electronic, neo-vintage, to fan favorites.

The Doubleclicks
The Doubleclicks are two sisters with a cello and guitar who sing about the things geeks love. The duo is known for their YouTube videos and for touring game stores and conventions nationwide.

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» Voltaire
Voltaire and the Skeletal Orchestra: It's upbeat, low-brow Victorian hi jinks of the macabre kind, as Voltaire and his band of gypsy pirates stomp through songs about Zombie Prostitutes, The Day of the Dead and hits, including songs from Cartoon Network's The Grim Adventures of Billy And Mandy.

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