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Neighbor Lady

A missing link between indie-rock and classic country western, Atlanta-based Neighbor Lady is comprised of Emily Braden, Jack Blauvelt, Payton Collier, and Andrew McFarland. Led by the siren voice of front-woman and songwriter Emily Braden, Neighbor Lady began as a solo project. She began writing music by herself and for herself; lyrically, the songs chronicle events in her personal life and her emotions surrounding those events. “A little bit country and a little bit rock and roll, Atlanta’s Neighbor Lady make tough-but-breezy indie that is instantly appealing.” —PASTE MAGAZINE.



Kimball House

“Our favorite bar and restaurant is Kimball House – New Tokyo. KH is a not only a Decatur staple but also a world class bar and restaurant. We like the New Tokyo as a menu constant but you’re not going to get a bad drink. “

– Neighbor Lady

Piedmont Park

“Visit the Botanical Gardens in Piedmont Park, especially the terrarium buildings where there are rooms called ‘the rainforest’ or ‘the orchid room’.”

-Neighbor Lady

Chrome Yellow Trading Co.

“For pour overs or espresso based drinks I enjoy Chrome Yellow. In non-covid times, it’s perfect for meeting up with friends or a chill solo morning.”

-Neighbor Lady

Megan Huntz’s Boutique

“Megan Huntz has a lovely boutique on Highland (and everything is made in Atlanta).”

-Neighbor Lady

Wax n Facts

“Wax n Facts is our favorite record store in one of our favorite neighborhoods, Little 5 Points.”

-Edgewood Heavy

“We’re gonna have to say our favorite record store is Wax n Facts in Little 5. This is conveniently only a few doors down from the close second, Criminal Records, so just check them both out.”

-Neighbor Lady

Miller Union

“For upscale new American food, head over to Miller Union.”

-Neighbor Lady

The Earl

“The Earl is more or less the stalwart club for the ATL scene. Everyone plays here.”

-Neighbor Lady

East Atlanta Village

“Our favorite neighborhood to hang in is EAV for their shows.”

-Neighbor Lady

Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park

“How could you come to ATL and not pay respects to this man, his life, and everything he and those around him did for billions of people around the world.”

-Neighbor Lady