The Wheeler Boys: Finding Common Ground 

EP/documentary bridges hip-hop, country and more

SMOKE 'EM IF YOU GOT EM: Brothers Sean (left) and Garrett Wheeler take five.

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SMOKE 'EM IF YOU GOT EM: Brothers Sean (left) and Garrett Wheeler take five.

Draw a Venn diagram of Atlanta's music scenes — you get a high number of circles with relatively low overlap. The diversity of styles, genres, and talent cultivated here is an asset to the project, but the lack of overlap lets potential…

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