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Live Music This Week: Oct 13-20

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FRIDAY 13th

20’S PUB
9 p.m. Never a cover
KOOL CHANGE
This local Country band plays all the hits from today and past, and puts on a great show at every venue they frequent. Come catch Kool Change at one of North Macon’s hidden gems, 20’s Pub!

Billy’s Clubhouse
10 p.m. No cover
WES & RONNIE
Country, soul and southern rock classics from these local music veterans. Wes and Ronnie will also be playing Saturday, October 14, at another favorite North Macon venue, Wild Wing Café, at 9:30 PM.

Cox Capitol Theatre
8 p.m. $15
J RODDY WALSTON & THE BUSINESS
This energetic Rock band out of Cleveland, Tennessee, was formed in 2002 and is known for their electrifying live performances. The group’s big break came when Walston entered a demo to a national music festival and beat out 350 hopefuls to fill the slot. The group released their first full length album, “Hail Mega Boys”, in April, 2007. Their songs have been used in television shows like Beverly Hills, 90210, and have played Lollapalooza and SXSW. They will be joined by The Artisinals, out of Charleston, South Carolina, who were recently featured on Dave Grohl’s HBO show Sonic Highways. The group’s first EP, “Literally Anywhere” was released in September.

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $5 at the door
TREA LANDON
Trea Landon is a Country and Southern Rock musician out of Claxton, Georgia, currently based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Fresh off the release of his first, self-titled EP in June, Landon has taken Nashville by storm since arriving in the Country music mecca in 2015. Landon was discovered by Play It Again Publishing by Producer Dallas Davidson while Landon was attending Georgia Southern University. Davidson hails Landon, saying, “Trea is the total package bringing a great pen, a great voice and a great personality to the table. Doesn’t hurt my feelings either that he hails from the great state of Georgia.”

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
FLUX CAPACITOR
Great Scott! Hailing from just outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Flux Capacitor was incepted in 2007 and has become a staple on the national touring circuit ever since, even playing shows overseas. Flux Capacitor has recorded three albums, 2009’s “The Way We Know”, 2011’s “Monolith”, and 2013’s “Cycle 9”, as well as a live album from Manchester, Tennessee, “Live Spirals Vol. 1” from earlier this year. The group has shared the stage with Umphrey’s McGee, Keller Williams, Rusted Root, and Lukas Nelson, among others. This show will include 1.21 Gigawatts…. Of pure entertainment!

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a Cover
JUSTIN DUKES
This Nashville recording artist is originally from Vidalia, Georgia. The rising Country star will be rocking out at The Crazy Bull, Macon’s favorite dance club, so come out for a great time!

SATURDAY 14th

AP’S HIDEAWAY
8 p.m. Never a cover
THE SKEETERZ
Made up of Dawn Palmer, Jim Souleyrette, Richard Woods, Grant Kersey and Paul Campbell, Skeeterz is a local band that won the Georgia State Fair Battle of the Bands in 2011. The band has toured all over the state and have opened for Wet Willie and Molly Hatchet.

Billy’s Clubhouse
10 p.m. No cover
SOUTHBOUND MOJO
Made up of Neil Arrington on vocals, Sam Green on lead guitar, Mike Smallwood on bass, and Greg Parker on drums, Southbound Mojo is a local Country Rock band. Southbound Mojo plays all the hits with a Rock edge, and is a local favorite wherever they play, so come check them out at one of North Macon’s favorite music venues!

Cox Capitol Theatre
8 p.m. $12-$15
INTERSTELLAR ECHOES: A TRIBUTE TO PINK FLOYD
The premiere Pink Floyd cover band of the South, Interstellar Echoes accurately reproduces the sounds and styles of the beloved English Psychedelic Rock band. This band goes to great lengths to ensure the most authentic experience for the most die-hard Pink Floyd fan. Saturday night is always great to take a trip back in time and experiences one of the most transcending band experiences known to man.

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $5 at the door
DANIEL LEE
Daniel Lee describes his sound as not Rock, and not Country, but Southern to the core. The musician (lead vocals, mandolin, acoustic and rhythm guitar) out of Winder, Georgia, now based out of Athens, will be performing at Macon’s Best Dance Venue with his band made up of Blaine Lee (bass), Brandon Scott Sellner (lead guitar), Ash Miltiades (guitar, backing vocals), and Michael Crane (drums). Lee is signed to Southlaw Records and can be found performing all over the Southeast.

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
HILL COUNTRY REVIVAL
This Southern Rock/ Red Dirt Country act features artists from Montana, Georgia and Texas. Hill Country Revival formed in San Antonio and gained a reputation for their days of touring around Texas. They will be joined by The UnExplainable Billy Eli, an Americana, Roots and Rock band out of Austin, Texas.

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
WES & RONNIE   Wes Robinson & Ronnie Pittman, local music veterans playing country, soul and southern rock classics.

SUNDAY 15th

AP’S HIDEAWAY
2-6 p.m. Never a cover, on patio
BIG MIKE ON THE PATIO
Local Blues Legend Big Mike will be strumming every Sunday afternoon at Macon’s best kept secret.

COX CAPITOL THEATRE
8 p.m. $20-$25
THE WOOD BROTHERS
This American Folk band is made up of brothers Chris (upright bass) and Oliver Wood (acoustic and electric guitar) and close friend Jano Rix (multi-instrumentalist). The Wood Brothers have been a mainstay on 100.9 The Creek since their inception 15 months ago. The group got together in Atlanta and began opening for Tinsley Ellis before later relocating to New York City. They have released four live records, the most recent of which, “Live at the Barn”, released in January, as well as six studio albums, their most recent being “Paradise” released in 2015.

GRANT’S LOUNGE
9 p.m. No cover
SUNDAY JAM SESSION Sweet Jam session, Happens every Sunday! Showcasing hidden gems of musical talent in Macon. You never know who’ll drop by!

TUESDAY 17th

COX CAPITOL THEATRE
8 p.m. $15-$20
SAMANTHA FISH
Everyone who listens to 100.9 The Creek knows that we love Samantha Fish. Her most recent album “Chills and Fever”, a cover record of Blues tracks has been one of the most dynamic albums of 2017. The singer songwriter has released four solo albums, as well as four collaboration records. Out of Kansas City, Missouri, Fish is in the midst of a nationwide tour. Tickets have been selling fast and this show is primed to sell out. Get your tickets now at The Rookery or El Camino, or online at www.coxcapitoltheatre.com . This show is not to be missed!

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