G&G at Sloss Music & Arts Festival 2016

A look inside the Garden & Gun Artist Lounge & Portrait Studio at the 2016 Sloss Music & Arts Festival

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    Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst of Shovels & Rope relax in the G&G lounge before taking the stage.

    Caleb Chancey

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    The G&G Artist Lounge, designed by Southern Architectural Antiques, inspired by Southern juke joints.

    Caleb Chancey

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    From left: Garlan Gudger, Duquette Johnston, Jake Carnley, and Alexander Lazzari.

    Caleb Chancey

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    A guest enjoys a Birmingham Buck cocktail with mint-infused Old Forester bourbon, lemon, watermelon juice, amaretto, and smoked honey.

    Caleb Chancey

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    Shreveport, Louisiana, band, Seratones, pose in the G&G Lounge after their Sloss Fest performance.

    Caleb Chancey

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    Charlotte Wyatt (left) and Kenslie McGuire sip the refreshing Alabama Sunshine cocktail with Redmont Vodka, cucumber juice, coconut water, ginger liqueur, and lime.

    Caleb Chancey

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    The Bright Light Social Hour let their hair down at the G&G Portrait Studio.

    Sully Sullivan

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    A highlight of the weekend lineup, Alabama-native Anderson East.

    Sully Sullivan

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    Dylan LeBlanc, a Louisiana native who grew up in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, has critics calling him the next Neil Young.

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    A hometown favorite, Birmingham, Alabama's, The Burning Peppermints.

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    Steve Gunn keeps cool both on and off stage.

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From July 16-17, G&G hosted an Artist Lounge and Portrait Studio at the second annual Sloss Music & Arts Festival in Birmingham, Alabama. 

Special thanks to:
Sloss Music & Arts Festival
Southern Architectural Antiques
Shindigs Catering

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