Saving The Fox
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Saving The Fox

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Punk


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"Morningside at OMM 2007"

Article written by Mosi Reeves

Last week, Josh Rifkind, man-about-town and manager of the Whigs, asked me to be a judge at his signature event, Open Mic Madness. A six-day bonanza that’s currently in its sixth year at Smith’s Olde Bar, Open Mic Madness is a talent competition where more than 100 bands square off against each another. There are roughly 120 slots, and each act is paired into twos; both acts play a song to determine which one in the bracket advances. (This year there were fewer slots because not enough people signed up.) By Thursday, the one-song elimination cuts the talent in half, much like the NCAA tournament; there are about 32 acts left on Friday; and Saturday is the finals, with about eight acts angling for the title.

Past winners of Open Mic Madness include the Whigs, who are now signed to ATO Records (Dave Matthews’ label); and popular local acts such as Sovus Radio, Bain Mattox and last year’s champion, Dead Confederate. Because of the sheer volume of artists who participate, Open Mic Madness has earned a reputation as the most important rock contest in Atlanta.

...Some of the artists who entered include Entropy, Dave Daniels, Club Awesome, Breakroom, Groovestain, Leaf Newman, Tx/Rx, Crop Circle, Morningside and Deke Spears." - Creative Loafing Crib Notes


"Just Like You" independently released November 2012

You Got It
A Thousand Cigarettes
The Shakes
Sweet Dreams
Paranoid Device
Always Right
Last Dance
Ode To Quint
Take What You Can
Next Day



Saving The Fox's first full length album debut "Just Like You" was independently released in late 2012. The album was self-engineered, mixed and produced, with mastering by Glenn Schick of GSMastering. Formed by Bobbie Sullinger (vocals/guitar) and Andy Carlyle (drums/keys/efx) in 2010 from a previously derailed project, they put their musical connection to work writing and arranging songs. During the recording of the album, they tapped into a strong network of friends that included Chip Dillard (Left Front Tire) who contributed to the effort. Chris Fail (bass/vocals) joined STF in the summer of 2012. In October of 2012, Saving The Fox partnered with Los Angeles based promotions team the Planetary Group, to begin a nationwide college radio campaign promoting singles You Got It and A Thousand Cigarettes. After all of the arranging, deconstructing, rebuilding and fine tuning the core of songs in a small studio above their garage, they are excited to release the album "Just Like You" out into the wild.