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Live Music This Week: Jan 19-27

Travis Denning, Cosmic Charlie, African Americana and more!

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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

Saturday 1/21

The Skeeterz
AP’S HIDDEN HIDEAWAY

Some Kids
BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

Soulosophy
CHASEN’S BAR & LOUNGE

Travis Denning
THE CRAZY BULL

The Quaildogs w/Hindsight
THE HUMMINGBIRD

Scott Brantley
WILD WING CAFE

Sunday 1/22

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

Classic Rock Jam Session
w/Johnny Hollingshed and Dawn Davis. 9pm-1:30am
GRANT’S LOUNGE

Thursday 1/26

Local Showcase
THE HUMMINGBIRD

Matt Rogers
WILD WING CAFE

Friday 1/27

B. Keith Williams
20’S PUB

Matt Brantley Band
BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE

Matt Pippin
CHASEN’S BAR & LOUNGE

Michael Stacey
THE CRAZY BULL

African Americana, The Hollow, Some Kids
COX CAPITOL THEATRE
African Americana doesn’t simply want to reclaim the white colonial ‘Americana’ in the same oxymoronic terms as the nebulous “Native American” tradition from which it draws. As an aesthetic that appropriates the continent’s indigenous tradition, add the ‘African’ to the ‘Americana’ and you not only have another antithetical term but a subversion of said appropriation while applying, hip hop, anime, cyberpunk and tech noir themes to create a electronic rock soundtrack for a post apocalyptic Great Gatsby.

Stereotype
THE HUMMINGBIRD

Wes Heath
WILD WING CAFE

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