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Live Music This Week: April 28 – May 5

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This week; Grammy-award winning bassist Trae Pierce & the T-Stone Band, Chris Bandi, Susto, The Vagabonds and so much more!

FRIDAY 4.28

The Hummingbird Stage & Taproom
www.thebirdstage.com
Trae Pierce & The T-Stones
10 PM // $5
The Grammy-Award winning bassist of the legendary Blind Boys of Alabama comes to The Bird Stage with his band of funk-masters to rock the house with their blends of hip-hop, rock and blues. The bassist out of Florida will be joined by some funky young musicians who will have you cutting down all night long.

Billy’s Clubhouse
www.billysclubhouse.com
Far From Over
10 PM // No Cover
A three piece rock band from right here in Macon, Far From Over draws its influences from the likes of Everclear, Sublime, and Weezer among others. Mixing radio favorite covers with some of their own originals, the trio made up of David Young, Ken Dominy and Jamie Meeks will put on a hell of a show at Billy’s where there’s never a cover charge.

The Crazy Bull
An Evening with Chris Bandi
$8 PM // $5
With influences ranging from Bruce Springsteen to Garth Brooks, as well as the sounds of Nelly and Fall Out Boy, Chris Bandi is not your regular country singer. Having grown up in St. Louis, Missouri, Bandi relocated to Nashville where he has worked with the Grammy Winning producer of Tim McGraw, Julian King and songwriters Shane Minor and Monty Criswell. Bandi’s most recent single, Gone Girl, was released in February and is available on iTunes.

The Thirsty Turtle
www.facebook.com/thethirstyturtlemacon
Stone Senate
10 PM // $5
Nashville natives Stone Senate are a contemporary Southern Rock band made up of 5 members. With sounds that range from country to funk, Stone Senate is made up of members Chris Woolsey (vocals), Marcus Brown and Mike Thompson (guitar), and brothers Paul (bass), and David Zettler (drums).

Cox Capitol Theatre
www.coxcapitoltheatre.com
The Vegabonds with The High Divers
8 PM // $10- $20
Fresh off the release of their newest album What We’re Made Of, The Vegabonds, of Nashville, TN, bring their southern rock stylings to the Cox Capitol Theatre with special guests The High Divers. With sounds that have been compared to Led Zeppelin and The Allman Brothers, good old fashioned Rock ‘N Roll will be on full display at the Capitol for a not to be missed event. Get your tickets now online at www.coxcapitoltheatre.com or in person at The Rookery or El Camino.

 

Wild Wing Café
Tom Perkins and Branson Ireland
9:30 PM // Never a cover
Branson Ireland prides himself on making the purest form of country music. Ireland has opened for the likes of The Band Perry, Chris Young and Lee Brice. With an EP due out in Fall, 2017, Ireland and Perkins are one act not to be missed!

 

SATURDAY 4.29

The Hummingbird Stage & Taproom
www.thebirdstage.com
Adult Prom “A Night in Paris”
10 PM // $10
The Hummingbird Stage & Taproom is bringing back their Adult Prom event with this year’s theme, A Night In Paris. This year’s event will feature DJ’s spinning Top 40 hits from today and decades past, as well as burlesque performers, a midnight balloon drop, cocktail and chocolate fountains and more. Be sure to wear your finest formal wear as the dress code will be strictly enforced.

Billy’s Clubhouse
www.billysclubhouse.com
Skeeterz
10PM // No cover
Macon’s own Blues and Rock band Skeeterz will be rocking out at Billy’s Clubhouse. Made up of Dawn Palmer (lead vocals), Jim Souleyrette (guitar and vocals), Richard Woods (bass), and Grant Kersey (drums and percussion), the 2011 Georgia State Fair Battle of the Bands winners have opened for Wet Willie and Molly Hatchet in the past.

The Thirsty Turtle
www.facebook.com/thethirstyturtlemacon
Augusta’s Most Wanted
10 PM // $5
Led by female vocalist Eunice Yu, Augusta’s Most Wanted is a group of four musicians performing the top hits of today and year’s past. With members coming from musical backgrounds that include R&B, Gospel, Jazz and Motown, the diverse catalog of music you are sure to hear in a comfortable, smoke-free environment is one for any music lover.

Cox Capitol Theatre
www.coxcapitoltheatre.com
ZOSO
8 PM // $15- $18
The St. Petersburg Times calls ZOSO “the most exacting of the [Led] Zeppelin tribute bands in existence.” Formed in 1995, each member of ZOSO was meticulously chosen to accurately portray the once-in-a-lifetime shows performed by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Bonham and John Paul Jones. All Led Zeppelin fans need to get down to the Capitol for this event! Get your tickets now online at www.coxcapitoltheatre.com or in person at The Rookery or El Camino.

Wild Wing Café
Wes & Ronnie
9:30 PM // Never a cover
Middle Georgia’s own Wes Robinson and Ronnie Pittman will be rocking Billy’s Clubhouse Saturday night, North Macon’s favorite spot for local music.

The Crazy Bull
An Evening with Ryan West
$8 PM // $5
A regular touring act around the Southeast, Ryan West and his band, made up of Patrick Haverty (guitar and vocals), Mike Pitts (drums), Scott Shepard (bass and vocals), and Don West (sound engineer) bring their hard to follow act to The Crazy Bull for what is sure to be one hell of a Country music show.

Fresh Produce Records
Athville Fest
9 PM // $5
This event on MLK Drive features three bands from Athens (Killick Hinds/ Michael Pierce Duo, Quest Giver, and Ancient Whales) and an awesome artist (Derek Poteat) from Asheville, North Carolina. For only $5, come out and enjoy some BBQ and drinks at your most diverse music venue.

SUNDAY 4.30

AP’s Hidden Hideaway
Big Mike
2-6 PM // Never a cover, on the patio
Local Blues Legend Big Mike will be strumming every Sunday afternoon at Macon’s best kept secret.

Grant’s Lounge
Sunday Night JAM
9 PM // No cover charge
Sweet Jam session, Happens every Sunday! Showcasing hidden gems of musical talent in Macon. You never know who’ll drop by!

WEDNESDAY 5.3

Grant’s Lounge
Wednesday Night JAM
8 PM // No cover charge
Sweet Jam session, happens every Wednesday! Showcasing hidden gems of musical talent in Macon. You never know who’ll drop by!

Fresh Produce Records
Faun and a Pan Flute
9 PM // $5
This nine piece, avant-classical collaborative expressionism band from Atlanta will be coming to Macon to play the fantastic Fresh Produce Music Hall. The group was named Best Experiment Act in 2012 and Best Album in 2014 by Creative Loafing.

THURSDAY 5.4

Cox Capitol Theatre
www.coxcapitoltheatre.com
Susto
8 PM // $8- $19
Formed in 2011 by Justin Osborne as a solo venture, and by 2013 Osborne had assembled a full band. Susto dropped its debut self-titled album in early 2014, which was critically acclaimed and named the Australia Country Music Hall of Fame’s Album of the Year. Other members of the band include Corey Campbell, Marshall Hudson, Jenna Desmond and Dries Vandenberg, with producer Wolfgang Zimmerman and collaborator Johnny Delaware. Get your tickets now online at www.coxcapitoltheatre.com or in person at The Rookery or El Camino.

Wild Wing Café
Brantley Harris
9:30 PM // Never a cover
Come enjoy drink and food specials at Wild Wing Café while enjoying the music of Brantley Harris!

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