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Inman Park Festival
April 27
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Town 220 Restaurant
June 29
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Wing Cafe & Tap House
May 18
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Bleu Canoe
Low Country Boil

September 7
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New Year's Eve
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December 31
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From The Center Of The Universe
Our debut CD is available again (yes, we sold out of our first order)! Price includes
free shipping.

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Surrounded By Angels - A Song For Al
is now available for purchase online.
Click here to get your download!
Also available from your favorite online digital retailer (iTunes for example).

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Since 2001 The Squirrelheads have been dishing out some of the freshest New Orleans FUNK, Blues and Boogie this side of the Mississippi Delta. With a unique blend of New Orleans-influenced funk and good old Southern Soul, The Squirrelheads offer a musical blend that will insist you tap your feet and shake that

many stops in between, each song stands on its own - and highlights a different side of their many influences.

Out 'n about The Squirrelheads have been seen playing outdoor festivals, local clubs, bars and private events.

Recently the band has had the
pleasure (and horror) to share the

thang. If you ain't groovin' then you         ain't listenin' to The Squirrelheads.

Start with influences such as the Meters, The Neville Brothers, Dr. John, Buckwheat Zydeco and The Radiators. Then throw in a side of the south such as the Allman Brothers Band and James Brown and you have a unique style of roots-funk-boogie with a Zydeco twist. Truly a sound that will turn any night into a full-blown Mardi Gras Party!

While The Squirrelheads have evolved into one of Atlanta's most requested party bands, the 2006 release of their first CD, From The Center Of The Universe, proves that nothing beats good song writing. From the instrumentals "Tallboy"
and "McNutt Strut" to the hard-driving
"New Orleans Blues", and making

stage with the likes of Colonel Bruce Hampton, Jimmy Herring (Widespread Panic), Tab Benoit, Papa Mali, Bobby Lee Rogers (The Codetalkers), Sister Hazel, Blueground Undergrass, Rebirth Brass Band, Deep Blue Sun and The Donna Hopkins Band. 

They've also been highlighted on Atlanta Radio stations Rock 100.5, the former 99X and Z93, and Gainesville's WBCX, and showcased in venues such as The Vista Room, Smith's Olde Bar, Fat Matt's Rib Shack, The Five Spot, The Moonshadow Tavern, The Brandyhouse and Jake's Toadhouse to name a few.

On the highways and byways all Skwerls are sacred, and The Squirrelheads are out there rockin' the house New Orleans style. So be sure to look both ways – thangs is gonna be funky!