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Live Music This Week: March 24-31

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Friday March 24th

20’s Pub

8 p.m. Free

RECKLESS SOUL

Billy’s Clubhouse

10 p.m. $5 cover

MATT BRANTLEY BAND

 

Matt was the 2nd runner up in the 2012 Milledgeville Idol from that experience he hoped to start a band and share his love for music. The Matt Brantley Band is a little Country and whole lotta Southern Rock and Roll!!

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

8 p.m. $18 adv

DUSTIN KENSRUE & ANDY HULL

Andy Hull, is an American singer, guitarist and songwriter for the indie rock band Manchester Orchestra. He also has a side project Right Away, Great Captain!, as well as co-founder of a side project with friend and folk musician Kevin Devine by the name of Bad Books.

THE CRAZY BULL

8 p.m. $5 at the door

THOMAS TILLMAN

This Georgia born singer-songwriter resides in Nashville where he has a publishing deal, songwriting and recording with some of the best professionals in the industry. Among his professional accomplishments, his recent song, “Woman’s Touch” can be heard on Casey James’ (SONY recording artist) new CD. Other songs of his have been cut by many country artists, as well as his songs being featured on national television shows.

FRESH PRODUCE MUSIC HALL

9 p.m. $5 cover

CALVIN JOHNSON & PRINCE GABBY

This Party Is Just Getting Started is an exercise in ecstatic genre-smashing, was made in collaboration with producer Smoke M2D6 at Dub Narcotic Studios in Olympia, WA and Smoke’s studio, The Bass Mint. Its 14 tracks pull listeners through hypnotic dance beats, wild, unravelling linear imaginings of pop melodies, and Johnson’s perennial deadpan croon.

THE HUMMINGBIRD

10 p.m. $5

BACKUP PLANET

Backup Planet is a progressive funk-rock band based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Elements of jazz, funk, roots, blues, electronic, and progressive rock all emerge during the course of their shows.

WILD WING CAFE

8 p.m. Free

STEVE AND DAVE

Local duo playing sing along favorites.

 

Saturday March 25th

AP’S HIDEAWAY

8 p.m. Free

BIG MIKE & THE BOOTY PAPAS

Toga party! Come dressed in your best toga outfit- best dressed contest w/prizes. Dance the night away with Macon’s most talented musicians, our friends Big Mike!

Billy’s Clubhouse

10 p.m. $5 cover

SESSION ROAD

Session Road are a five member band playing mostly country music.

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

8 p.m. $8 adv / $10 at the door

ANDY BRUH AND ROBBIE DUDE

Bass without boundaries. Dub, glitch-hop, DnB, and hip-hop breaks are just a few of the sounds you’ll hear in an Andy Bruh set. If it beats, it plays. The Atlanta born producer and DJ captures the soul of his city while pushing into unknown sonic territory. Steeped in the history of Southern hip-hop, Andy Bruh builds on it’s melodic backbone and brings the full force of the electronic bass wave to create an energy unrivaled by many in the scene.

THE CRAZY BULL

8 p.m. $10 at the door

DEMUN JONES HOMETOWN THROWDOWN

Demun has been playing music for a long time – including a 10-year stint as a member of Rehab – and it’s taken all that time for him to get to a point where he can write songs that represent his life as it is today. He extensively toured with Rehab band mate Danny Boone and co-wrote a lot of the Rehab material, including the critically acclaimed songs for Welcome Home. He also co-wrote Welcome 2 Jawga with the Jawga Boyz, who made an appearance on Jones County as do Charlie Farley, Bubba Sparxx and Locash Cowboys. Demun’s first mainstream credit as a songwriter came on title track of Colt Ford’s popular Ride Through the Country, which also featured John Michael Montgomery. “It gave me some hope that I could make my own music,” said Demun, who wrote his first song when he was 15. “It took a long time for me to realize I could make country music without singing the whole time and still be for the country person.”

THE HUMMINGBIRD

10 p.m. $5 at the door

RADIO BIRDS

Plain-Old Rock and Roll Music with a distinctly hairy touch. Meaning, it is not clean, it is not easy, (or too difficult), and it is not The Next Logical Revival of a Previously Popular Genre From the Seventies. It is what you get when four guys all write music with the basic beliefs that it must be played live, and it must be played everywhere.

 

Sunday March 26th

AP’S HIDDEN HIDEAWAY

2-6 p.m. Free , on the patio

BIG MIKE

Local blues legend Big Mike will be strumming every Sunday afternoon at Macon’s best kept secret, Aps.

FRESH PRODUCE MUSIC HALL 9 p.m. $5

GILDED MILK, POTIONS, MINERALS

Gilded Milk play delicately wrought, trance-inducing film score style music that is at times beautiful and menacing. The project consists of Jasper Lee whose work as a film composer has included the cult horror film “You’re Next”, and Chance Bridges, known for his work as Balcony View. Fans of Popol Vuh, Stereolab, and Earth will enjoy.

GRANT’S LOUNGE

9 p.m. $5 cover included one free drink

CLASSIC ROCK JAM SESSION

 

Monday March 27th

BACKPORCH LOUNGE

8 p.m. Free

ROBERT LEE COLEMAN

Macon blues legend heard prominently on James Brown recordings.

 

Thursday March 30th

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

6 p.m. Red Carpet / 7 show / $5

THE 11TH HOUR “BEST OF MACON’ READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS SHOW

The 11th annual Readers’ Choice Awards is a celebration of the Macon community! Get your picture taken on the red carpet, and enjoy the show honoring the people and businesses you voted the best of Macon, with live music by Charles Davis and friends (always a few special guest surprises!) General admission $5, reserved tables for 6 are available by emailing Brad Evans at bradevans11@gmail.com

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