• Athens Superstars Reunite, Dave Johnson

    Drivin' N Cryin' drummer Dave Johnson joined Peter Buck and Kevn Kinney at the 40 Watt Club on November 14, 2013.    See the Image

  • Athens Superstars Reunite, Buck-Tastic

    One critic said that Peter Buck never looked happier as he did on stage November 14, 2013 for a reunion at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, Ga.    See the Image

  • Athens Superstars Reunite, Scott McCaughey

    Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, guitarist McCaughey is no stranger to Athens, has toured with R.E.M. and collaborates with Mike Mills and Peter Buck on a regular basis.    See the Image

  • Athens Superstars Reunite, Back in Rockville

    Mike Mills joined former bandmate Peter Buck for a show-stopping version of Tommy James and The Shondells’ “I’m Alive."    See the Image

  • Athens Superstars Reunite, Buck Plucks

    Peter Buck played guitar and a mandolin in his own set and finally a dulcimer on Drivin’ N’ Cryin’s “With the People."   See the Image

  • Athens Superstars Reunite, Mills and McCaughey

    Mills and McCaughey teamed up with Kevn Kinney for the sing-a-long favorite"Straight to Hell."    See the Image

  • Athens Superstars Reunite, Kevn Kinney

    Kinney, frontman of Atlanta's Drivin' N Cryin' sang songs from MacDougal Blues, his 1990 collaboration with his friend and fellow musician Peter Buck at the 40 Watt Club in Athens on November…   See the Image

  • Athens Superstars Reunite, Buck, Bloch, Rieflin

    Former R.E.M. lead guitarist sang songs from his eponymous-titled solo record accompanied by drummer Bill Rieflin and guitarist Kurt Bloch at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, Ga. on November 14,…   See the Image

  • Athens Superstars Reunite, Buck and Berry

    When fans saw former R.E.M. drummer Bill Berry (pictured here with Peter Buck) slink out of the 40 Watt Club around 7:30 p.m. on November 14, 2013, they knew fabulous things were in the making.    See the Image

  • Athens Superstars Reunite, Buck and Kinney

    Peter Buck and Kevn Kinney played songs such as "Not Afraid to Die" from their 1990 record MacDougal Blues to the delight of the 40 Watt Club's sold out crowd.    See the Image