Amplify My Community is proud to present a new twist on its Vs. series: “Indigo Girls + Dixie Chicks,” a celebration of two of the greatest groups of songwriters and musicians of their generation, who happen to be comprised entirely of women. Instead of pitting them against each other in a Vs. format, we’re going to celebrate their common causes, cultural impact, and greatness by asking some of Atlanta and the region’s best artists to interpret their songs for you. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door.

Join us:

Friday, November 2
Eddie’s Attic
Doors: 7:00 p.m. / Show: 8:00 p.m.

Performed by:
Kitty Snyder
Total Babe
Morgan Rowe
Friday JR
Wyatt Espalin
Kate Coleman
Mike Killeen
Flock of Eagles

Make sure to get your tickets HERE for an unforgettable night of music!

The event is generously sponsored by Leafmore Group and Plumb Works.

Amplify My Community is excited to present a twist on our traditional Vs. series with our next show at Eddie’s Attic entitled, “Three Perfect Songs.” The cover night will feature a collection of Atlanta and the region’s top talent selecting and performing “three perfect songs” of their choosing–from artists like The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Prince, and more. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door.

Join us:

Friday, August 31
Eddie’s Attic
Doors: 6:30 p.m. / Show: 8:00 p.m.

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Artists include:
Eliot Bronson
Jared and Amber
Kristen Englenz
Melissa Bret
Mike Killeen
Rex Hussmann
Total Babe
Wyatt Espalin

The event is generously sponsored by Leafmore Group and Plumb Works.

Amplify Pisgah is returning July 27 with The Mavericks in Black Mountain, NC!

Join us under the stars for a night filled with beer and music at Pisgah Brewing Company. All proceeds from the event will benefit Pisgah Legal Services and its programs, which help thousands in the community annually. 

Pisgah Legal Services is a nonprofit law firm founded in 1978, providing free civil legal aid to people who live in poverty, and helping more than 15,000 of the most vulnerable people in the community meet urgent needs such as: housing, safety from abuse, health care, and income. They partner with dozens of other agencies to make sustainable change for people in crisis, coordinate the services of more than 300 pro bono attorneys in Western North Carolina, and improve systems and policies that impact the lives of thousands of low-income people.

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Amplify My Community is proud to present Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter Shawn Mullins at the The Foundry for Amplify Athens on Friday, September 7, 2018. The show continues a five-year tradition of featuring Shawn Mullins, and raising funds for Family Connection-Communities in Schools of Athens. We’re pleased to announce that the show will also feature an opening act by Claire Campbell of Hope for Agoldensummer.

Every dollar raised will be directed to Family Connection-Communities in Schools of Athens. Family Connection-Communities in Schools is a partnership of more than 100 organizations in Athens-Clarke County working with families to research the needs of children and families in the community. The work of this organization has helped reduce teen pregnancy by 75 percent, increase the number of low-income students reading at grade level from 57 to 90 percent, and increase the graduation rate from 50 percent to over 80 percent. Former Police Chief Jack Lumpkin has declared Family Connection-Communities in Schools’ work to be the most important crime prevention measure in the county.

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In addition to the show on September 7, Joanne Shaw Taylor with special guest JD Simo will play a show benefiting Amplify on September 6. Click here to buy tickets!

Concert series featured the third annual Amplify Decatur Music Festival, presented by Lenz and produced in partnership with Eddie’s Attic

May 15, 2018 (Decatur) — The nonprofit group Amplify My Community announced today that the 2018 Amplify Decatur concert series raised $40,000 for Decatur Cooperative Ministry (DCM), a Decatur-based, nonprofit organization that works to prevent and alleviate poverty and homelessness in Decatur and DeKalb County. Amplify Decatur has raised and donated more than $190,000 to DCM since 2011. This year’s $40,000 gift equals the most an Amplify Concert Series has generated to date.

The April 13-15 concert series was presented by Lenz, a Decatur-based marketing agency, and produced in partnership with Eddie’s Attic, the Southeast’s premier music listening room.

On April 14, thousands gathered on the Downtown Decatur Square for the Amplify Decatur Musical Festival, the centerpiece of the concert series. The festival featured performances by an all-star Americana line-up, including The Lone Bellow, The Jayhawks, Amanda Shires, and Parker Millsap. Atlanta-based folk duo Dwayne Shivers also performed. Christine Mahin served as festival director for the second consecutive year.

Amplify Decatur also featured a three-night stand at historic Eddie’s Attic, with performances by Jared and Amber, The Weather Station, Sirens of South Austin, and Antigone Rising. On April 15, the concert series culminated with a Steve Earle vs. Townes Van Zandt tribute night featuring eight local and regional acts.

Amplify My Community board president Drew Robinson said he is proud to be a part of such a strong community. “Our mission is to shine a spotlight of recognition on the incredible work DCM does in our community through the love of live music,” he said. “The success of Amplify Decatur is 100 percent attributed to the steadfast support from the City of Decatur, and our sponsors, volunteers, artists, and attendees.”

DCM executive director Marlene White said, “Decatur Cooperative Ministry is grateful to Amplify My Community, Lenz, Eddie’s Attic, and all the Amplify sponsors for their support of our programs to help families facing homelessness settle into safe, stable homes and build healthy lives filled with peace, hope, and opportunity. Funding and support from Amplify has helped DCM spread the word and shine the light during difficult times in the lives of our neighbors in need. We look forward to our continued partnership to fight homelessness and hunger in our community.”

Richard J. Lenz, president and CEO of Lenz, the presenting sponsor, said the event “checks a lot of boxes” for him. “Lenz has supported many causes, organizations, and events in Decatur since 1992, and what we look for locally is something that adds to the culture of Decatur, has a philanthropic purpose, and allows our company to make an impact using our talent, energy, and resources. My goal of building a successful music festival in Decatur is being achieved, thanks to so many.”

Platinum sponsors included: Leafmore Group, Four Roses Bourbon, Natalie Gregory Sold, The Pinewood, Iris and Bruce Feinberg, WABE 90.1, Decatur Package Store, and Savannah Distributing Company.

Gold sponsors included: Georgia Urology, Hall Booth Smith, Oakhurst Realty Partners, Topo Chico, Cox Media Group, Midwood Entertainment, Essentia Water, and ATL PBS.

The mission of Decatur Cooperative Ministry is to help families facing homelessness settle into safe, stable homes and build healthy lives filled with peace, hope, and opportunity. A member of the City of Decatur community for more than 45 years, DCM provides families in crisis with 90 days of emergency shelter for women and children, six months of transitional housing for homeless families, permanent supportive housing for homeless families with disabilities, financial assistance for families facing eviction/utility disconnection, and emergency assistance for low-income veteran households. More information is available at

Based in Decatur, Georgia, Lenz partners with its clients to grow together. For more than two decades, Lenz’s specialized expertise has helped its clients reach their goals. Lenz offers the full range of digital and traditional marketing expertise, including brand strategy, advertising, PR, website development, inbound marketing, and more. More information is available at

Amplify My Community was founded in 2010 and is based in Decatur, Georgia. Its mission is to leverage the universal love of music to fight poverty at the local level. To date, Amplify has raised and donated more than $300,000 in unrestricted gifts to locally oriented anti-homelessness and poverty-focused organizations — including more than $190,000 in Decatur. Amplify has held concert series in Atlanta, Athens, Decatur, Suwanee, and Duluth, Georgia; Asheville and Charlotte, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; and Charlottesville, Virginia.