Carrollton native Tyler Lyle comes home to Georgia to perform Wednesday night at Eddie’s Attic. Lyle’s career was jumpstarted when he won the Eddie’s Attic Songwriter Shootout; in 2011, he self-released his debut album, which was named one of the Top 10 of the year by NPR’s World Cafe. Lyle’s latest album is The Native Genius of Desert Plants. His father, Mark Lyle, is the longtime house guitarist for George Britt at the fabled Lowell Opry House in West Georgia.
Kennesaw State University Dance performs Moon Dust on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at KSU’s Dance Theatre on the Marietta campus. The performance features two world premieres: Moon Dust by KSU Dean of the School of Arts Ivan Pulinkala and Bones by Lisa Lock, assistant professor of dance. Dance students will perform both pieces.