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Live Music This Week: Jan 12-19

Riley Green, Stone Senate, Cosmic Charlie and so much more!

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Thursday 1/12

Scott Little
WILD WING CAFE

Friday 1/13

The Skeeterz
20’S PUB

The Bitteroots
BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

John Stanley Band
CHASEN’S BAR & LOUNGE
A local musical veteran playing southern rock, classic rock and originals!

Bobby Compton
THE CRAZY BULL
Son of the South, Bobby Compton comes from a place known to produce hit makers and generations of long lasting legends. Down a red dirt road, along the banks of the Broad River, with barely one red-light, his hometown “is” a country song. Comer is a small rural farming community located at the far northern reaches of  Athens Georgia, home of the University of Georgia. Today the artist can be found performing at venues such as Wild Bill’s Atlanta, The Georgia Theatre in Athens, Windjammer in Charleston SC, and most notably the Hard Rock Café in Nashville during CMA Fest.

Drivin ‘N Cryin
COX CAPTIOL THEATRE
With The Greyhounds, Josh Roberts & The Hinges. Music starts at 8 p.m. and tickets just $15 in advance.

Stone Senate
THE HUMMINGBIRD
Stone Senate is a five-piece contemporary southern rock band hailing from Nashville, TN. With a sound that is infused by a variety of musical back grounds from country to funk, Stone Senate has often been compared to such classic act’s as The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd with a twist.  Standing high above any crowd at 6`7, Clint Woolsey commands attention with an unforgettable presence and voice, while Marcus Brown and Mike Thompson share the task of melting faces with a wall of well blended lead and rhythm guitars. All of this played over a rock solid, Delta groove rhythm section featuring brothers Paul Zettler on bass and David Zettler on drums.

From Within
WILD WING CAFE

Saturday 1/14

Tres Hombres
AP’S HIDDEN HIDEAWAY

Stone Senate
BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

A2Z Band
CHASEN’S BAR & LOUNGE

Riley Green
THE CRAZY BULL
Riley started playing guitar at age 10 and started writing music at age 14. He wrote his first song in 2007. “Escalade”, “Dream Girl”, and “Sandy Beaches”, like many of his early songs, were inspired by a young man’s quest to get girls.

Holman Autrey Band
COX CAPTIOL THEATRE
The members of the Holman Autry Band grew up in the same county in Georgia, all went to and graduated from the same high school, and yet none of them ever imagined that they would be knowing each other better, or would be starting a Band together! But then, when it all started coming together as they each found their individual love for music, a couple of the guys started jamming together. Which led to another joining in to jam with the guys, and then another, until it reached a six-person Band who saw potential in each other’s talents. Did I mention, they are all self-taught musicians. So, then the jamming turned into practicing to hopefully perform. These guys relentlessly practiced and wow, they did get to start performing live events in 2006. And they were good! So, as they were performing, many fans and friends said “this is truly Southern Rock, Real Music, and some called it Black Label Country”.

The Bitteroots
THE HUMMINGBIRD

Radio Cult
WILD WING CAFE
One of our favorite ‘80s cover bands out of the ATL! Radio Cult rocks the night away every time they hit the stage and that’s exactly what they’ve been doing since their first show on July 1, 2005. Four CDs and over 1,000 shows later, the band is still rocking across the United States from California to the beaches of the East Coast and whenever they get the chance, Europe too! Songs from their CDs are getting radio play across the country and around the world.

Sunday 1/15

Big Mike 2-6 p.m.
AP’S HIDDEN HIDEAWAY

Thursday 1/19

Local Showcase: Slow Parade
THE HUMMINGBIRD

Matt Moncrief
WILD WING CAFE

Friday 1/20

B. Keith Williams
20’S PUB

Free Lance Ruckus
BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

8 Second Ride
CHASEN’S BAR & LOUNGE

Cosmic Charlie
COX CAPITOL THEATRE
“Cosmic Charlie really is a great band – these guys do this music the way it should be done: having the conversation in their own voices.” -David Gans, Grateful Dead Hour. Moving and shaking even the most skeptical of Deadheads, Cosmic Charlie storms into a town and plays with an energy that eludes other bands, an energy that often eluded the Dead themselves.

Dam Fi No Band
THE CRAZY BULL
Banjos, fiddle, double bass, this band does it all. Front man Billy Creason was formerly with The Hard Time Band, Swamp Donkey,and Stage Coach. You may have even seen him on Nashville Star and American Idol. After being honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps, Billy began pursuing music as a career.

Cale Tyson w/ The Guide Stones
THE HUMMINGBIRD

Trey Teem & Drew Parker
WILD WING CAFE

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