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Live Music this week: May 18-25

From the Second Sunday concert series to the new Listening Room series, so much to see and do this week!

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THURSDAY 18

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
JOSH CARSON  Singer songwriter and Macon native Josh Carson has been a regular on the local music scene, and he makes his way down to Wild Wing Café for what is sure to be a delicious night of great music.

FRIDAY 19

20’s Pub
8 p.m. Never a cover
THE SKEETERZ
Local music veterans cranking out all your southern rock favorites.

Billy’s Clubhouse
10 p.m. No cover
FREELANCE RUCKUS   Southern alternative americana rock with unique, powerful lead guitar, a solid rhythm section, and vocal harmonies that emphasize a singer/songwriter style.

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $5 at the door
CHUCK COURTENAY  A Savannah native, Chuck Courtenay has been tearing up the Southeast’s country music scene for several years now. With influences like Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash, This artist is fun to experience and will be a joy to watch for years to come.

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
SANCTIFIED REVIVAL  The southern twist that Sanctified Revival adds to its plethora of genres originated in their small town just outside of Atlanta. Formed in 2013, the band has been regularly touring the southeast and released their debut album Nickels & Dimes in 2016. Guitarist/ vocalist Harley Dills credits the fans fuel for their passion to play while drummer Owen Dills credits the brotherhood of the group for the personal and musical level of their success.

THIRSTY TURTLE
10 p.m. $5
I.R.E.   Intello Rhythm Electic comes to Macon from Atlanta, bringing their 7-piece funk and & reggae flavored rock band. The band has released two albums and continues to play festivals around the country for their loyal fan bases.

WILD WING CAFE
8 p.m. Never a cover
TREY TEEM AND DREW PARKER  In 2016, Trey Teem was named by Cumulus Media as one of the Top 10 National Finalists for the NASH Next Challenge. This Macon born artist loves to play southern rock and puts on a hell of a show. Keep an eye out for his EP to be released later this year, and download his new single “Beach Town” on iTunes now!

SATURDAY 20

AP’S HIDDEN HIDEAWAY
8 p.m. Never a cover 
YESTERDAZE ROCK

Billy’s Clubhouse
10 p.m. No cover
SANCTIFIED REVIVAL
See write-up under Friday, May 19 at The Bird.

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $5 at the door
DAM-FI-NO BAND The counry and southern rock band out of North Carolina have played some of the biggest venues in the south and bring their energetic show to Macon’s Crazy Bull. For fans of Colt Ford, The Lacs, Jason Aldean and Blackberry Smoke.

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
TESHEVA  Tesheva, a southern psychedelic quartet, draws their rhythms from funk, blues and progressive instrumental music. Originally a trio made up of Vaughan Brenner (drums), Matt Dunaway (bass), and Caleb Huston (guitar), the group brought in guitar and vocalist Michael McCoy and began to refine their style to “Southerndelic” After releasing their self-titled EP, the band saw considerable success in Alabama and Mississippi and continues to tour the south heavily.

THE LIBRARY BALLROOM
8 p.m. $15 or 2 for $20
New Listening Room Series featuring Beverly “Guitar” Watkins Join The Library Ballroom as we kick off an amazing year of acts with our new Listening Room Series. Live Music – Early Showtimes – Non-Smoking. First up is the blues powerhouse Beverly “Guitar” Watkins and the King Bees on May 20! Beverly Watkins plays a mean blues guitar. Over six decades of performing, the 77-year-old has opened for Ray Charles, James Brown, BB King and other legendary musicians. She’s one of the greatest female blues guitarists, and still plays local gigs in Atlanta. You’re not going to want to miss this! Doors open at 7:00pm, Music at 8:00pm. $15 or 2 for $20 – 652 Mulberry Street, Macon.

THE THIRSTY TURTLE
10 p.m. $5
KERCHIEF W/ CORY TAYLOR COX  The rock ‘n roll trio of Kerchief with be playing on this Saturday night at The Turtle with Cory Taylor Cox, After spending time in the legendary music cities of Memphis and Muscle Shoals, Cox tells the stories and memories of those times in his life.

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
BIG DADDY & CO.  Local music veterans cranking out all your southern rock favorites.

SUNDAY 21

AP’S HIDDEN HIDEAWAY
2-6 p.m. Never a cover, 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 RECORDS
9 p.m. $5
CROWN LARKS, MAJID ARAIM, MAXWELL BOECKER  Come on out to Downtown Macon’s hidden gem of a local music venue for three awesome bands in the Crown Larks, Majid Araim and Maxwell Boecker. This night also marks the release of a now solo album by Boeker. Doors open at 9 PM and the music begins at 9:30 PM!

THURSDAY 25

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
SCOTT LITTLE  From Atlanta, Scott Little draws from an eclectic list of influences highlighted by James Taylor, Ryan Adams, Hank Williams and The Allman Brothers. His home state of Georgia is a major theme in his music, which makes his show at Macon’s top wing spot a perfect venue on a Thursday night.

FRIDAY 26

20’s Pub
8 p.m. Never a cover 
B. KEITH WILLIAMS Local music veteran cranking out all your southern rock favorites.

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