GG+logoThe Good Gracious variety show will highlight Atlanta and the South’s creative and talented characters from the worlds of music, comedy, food, books, philanthropy and more. The inaugural show will be held at Gaines Chapel on the campus of Agnes Scott College campus on June 21.

The audience will entertained by the likes of: Blues Queen of Atlanta Lola Gulley, comedy by Dad’s Garage, singer-songwriter Wyatt Espalin, author Christal Presley, poet laureate Kodac Harrison, One More Generation philanthropy’s young founders, short film from Southern Foodways Alliance, Tracy Walker from The Southern Order of Storytellers, fun stuff from the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition plus a few surprises.

Tickets to this family-friendly show are $15 and can be purchased at GoodGraciousShow.com.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.

2 replies on “Good Gracious variety show is June 21”

  1. As a member of the Southern Order of Storytellers, I received the notice about Tracy Walker’s performance.

    Good Gracious sounds like a dynamite idea and one long overdue in Atlanta.

    My first novel, Shorter’s Way, just won the 2014 Independent Publisher (IPPY) award for best regional (southeast) fiction. It’s a political love story about rambunctious Georgia politics in the 1920s.

    Would you consider having an award-winning author to do a reading. I took a leave of absence from storytelling to finish the novel, but I miss performing.

    Grace Hawthorne

  2. As a member of the Southern Order of Storytellers, I received the notice about Tracy Walker’s performance.

    Good Gracious sounds like a dynamite idea and one long overdue in Atlanta.

    My first novel, Shorter’s Way, just won the 2014 Independent Publisher (IPPY) award for best regional (southeast) fiction. It’s a political love story about rambunctious Georgia politics in the 1920s.

    Would you consider having an award-winning author to do a reading. I took a leave of absence from storytelling to finish the novel, but I miss performing.

    Grace Hawthorne

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