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The Live Music Schedule for Macon This Weekend is Spectacular!

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Big Daddy & Co.

20’S PUB

Trey Teem Band

BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

Brian Davis

CRAZY BULL

Fresh off of Brantley Gilbert’s “Let It Ride Tour”, Brian has been on a career high the past 2.5 years with his touring and songwriting. He spent early 2013 opening for Brantley Gilbert and Kip Moore on Gilbert’s “Hell On Wheels Tour” and then immediately hit the road joining Aaron Lewis for the “2013 Jägermeister Country Tour.” Brian signed a publishing deal in late 2013 with Warner/Chappell Music Nashville and its publishing partner, Brantley Gilbert’s Write or Die Music. Davis has had multiple cuts by major label artists which include Jerrod Neiman, Tyler Farr, Brantley Gilbert, David Nail and Lee Brice. It’s the Carolina boys turn for his artist career and he is well on his way.

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Molly Stevens

GALLERY WEST

Aiken’s new album has received rave reviews and the Georgia songbird spent the summer opening for The Indigo Girls. Don’t miss this intimate concert experience at Gallery West. And welcome home blues siren Molly Stevens, who will be opening the show. $10 admission incluces an open bar and light appetizers! Show at 7 p.m. Limited seating, so you might want to call and get your tickets in advance.

All The Locals

THE HUMMINGBIRD

“Everybody likes a new groove or place to hangout…So, why not where the locals go? Atlanta-based, All The Locals, are shaped and molded out of the very bricks that make up their southern metropolis. With a soulful back bone, a rock n’ roll attitude, and a shaky blues breakdown of heartfelt lyrics, written by John Schmarkey, these four locals, including their unique family and crew, bring out the best of Atlanta’s real image.

Trey Teem

WILD WING CAFE

Saturday 11/7

The Skeeterz

AP’S HIDDEN HIDEAWAY

Screen Shot 2015-11-04 at 11.34.29 AMWhitey Morgan

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

““This may be country music, but it’s dirtier and more dangerous than your average

Tennessee two-step” – Rolling Stone. Whitey Morgan is an American Honky Tonk artist from Flint, Michigan. In Flint, the

factories are closed, jobs are scarce and the people are bitter. Whitey Morgan sings songs these people can relate to. In much the same way his grandfather and mentor did over 3 decades ago, to a whole generation of southern transplants who came up US-23 to Flint looking for the good life. In the spirit of William Morgan, Waylon, Merle and Paycheck; Whitey’s melodies help people forget their problems for a few hours and serve as the guideline for drinking sorrows away.

Southern Outlaws

BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

Screen Shot 2015-11-04 at 11.35.17 AMJordan Rager

CRAZY BULL

21 year old Jordan Rager is a singer/songwriter from Loganville, Georgia. Music is his passion. His appearance on the NBC smash television show “The Voice” thrust him on to the national spotlight. He was selected to be on Team Blake Shelton, who described Jordan as a “sure-fire country star in the making.”

Cranford Hollow

THE HUMMINGBIRD

Wes & Ronnie

WILD WING CAFE

Sunday 11/8

Georgia Country Awards, 2pm

THE CRAZY BULL

Wednesday 11/11

The English Beat

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

The Beat are a 2 Tone ska revival band founded in Birmingham, England, in 1978. Their songs fuse ska, pop, soul, reggae and punk rock, and their lyrics deal with themes of love, unity and sociopolitical topics. Although The Beat’s main fan base was in the United Kingdom, the band also had a sizable following in North America. The Beat toured the world with well-known artists such as David Bowie, The Clash, The Police, The Pretenders, R.E.M., The Specials and Talking Heads. Members of the band often collaborated on stage with The Specials. Now The Beat is back with a new album in 2015!

Thursday 11/12

Kate & Korey

THE HUMMINGBIRD

Matt Rogers

WILD WING CAFE

Friday 11/13

B Keith Williams

20’S PUB

Boothill Band

BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

Friday 11/13

Michael Stacy

CRAZY BULL

Michael jumped right into promoting his music heavily with television, radio, print, and most importantly, a top-notch live show. Over the past few years the Michael Stacey Band has traveled the U.S. performing at various venues and sharing the stage with such popular acts as Diamond Rio, Brad Paisley, Wynonna, Neal McCoy, and Lonestar, just to name a few. The Michael Stacey Band even opened for Michael’s childhood hero, George Jones. Michael sums it up by saying, “It’s a blessing to entertain for a living. I appreciate my family’s support and all of the folks who take the time to stop and listen to the music.”

Crescent Moon Dogs CD Release Party w/African Americana

THE HUMMINGBIRD

Loose Skrews

WILD WING CAFE

Saturday 11/14

Yesterdaze Rock

AP’S HIDDEN HIDEAWAY

Matt Pippin Duo

BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

Daniel Lee Band

CRAZY BULL

Southern recording artist, Daniel Lee, will headline The Crazy Bull in Macon, GA Saturday, November 14. This show will celebrate the Southern way of life. “I am a southern man, living in a southern world, writing southern music,” Daniel says. “It’s not country. It’s not rock. It’s Southern!” The sure to be sold out show will feature fan favorites like “Backwoods Tobacco” from his debut studio album Roots, and good time anthem “Hell Yeah.” Show is at 8:00 pm and tickets for ages 18+ are $5.

The Revivalists

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

The formation of The Revivalists was all about chance, but everything since then has been a combination of hard work, awesome music, and friendship. The septet has been playing nonstop since 2007, crafting a genre-hopping sound that rounds out traditional rock instrumentation with horns and pedal steel guitar and mixes the divergent backgrounds of its individual members with the humid, funky undercurrents of the band’s New Orleans home. The result is like English spoken with an exotic accent: familiar, yet difficult to pin down. Call him the next Duane Allman or Jimi Hendrix, but whatever you do, don’t call Marcus King a child prodigy. Sure, the 19-year-old guitar shredder’s talent shimmers with the same resonance as his heroes, but he’s been wielding an axe since he learned to talk – he started playing when he was 2. Marcus was born into music, gifted with steel-string DNA and two generations of men before him who nurtured the boy’s musical nature.

2nd Annual Best of Georgia Roots Rock Showcase THE HUMMINGBIRD

Music starts at 6 pm and features some of the BEST music across the state! Featuring The Whiskey Gentry, Back City Woods, Fester Hagood, Uncle Dave Griffin, and The Pine Box Dwellers.

8 Second Ride

WILD WING CAFE

Thursday 11/19

Will Hoge

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

“Took a whole lot of miles to know what I know now,” sings Will Hoge on “Growing Up Around Here,” the opening track off of his tenth studio album,  Small Town Dreams. “I’m kinda proud of growing up around here.” It’s been a whole lot of miles, indeed: miles on the road, driving the bus himself from venue to venue since the nineties; miles to and from Nashville writing rooms, where he’s spent countless hours penning songs – some for him, some for others; miles exploring lands outside of his native Franklin, Tennessee, chasing the

spirits of his musical heroes. Roads meet, roads split, roads led to home. This is the album that follows them all, every twist and turn in Hoge’s American journey.

C2 & the Brothers Reed

THE HUMMINGBIRD

Josh Carson

WILD WING CAFE

Friday 11/20

Kool Change

20’S PUB

Crescent Moon Dogs

BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

Leon Russell & Abby Owens

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

Leon Russell has been called a rock and roll Renaissance man, and indeed there is little that this Oklahoma-bred singer-pianist hasn’t done. His quixotic half-century in music stretches from his teen years in Oklahoma in the late Fifties to his best-selling collaboration with Elton John from 2010, The Union. Between his solo work, contributions to high-profile albums by other artists, and screen exposure in the Bangla Desh and Mad Dogs & Englishmen documentaries, Russell became a veritable superstar in the Seventies.

As a central figure on the rock scene during the Seventies, Russell shared studios and stages with members of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and others. No fewer than three Stones and two Beatles guested on his self-titled debut album – as did Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood and Joe Cocker. You don’t want to miss this show with the legendary and extremely talented Leon Russell!

Jared Ashley

CRAZY BULL

Robert Lee Coleman & The Night Owls

THE HUMMINGBIRD

Big Daddy & Co.

WILD WING CAFE

Saturday 11/21

The Skeeterz

AP’S HIDDEN HIDEAWAY

The Placeholders

BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

Chase Bryant

CRAZY BULL

Dank

THE HUMMINGBIRD

Sunset Love Affair

WILD WING CAFE

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