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FRIDAY 10th

20’S PUB
9 p.m. Never a cover
MID-LIFE CHRYSLER
This group hailing from Cochran has been a regular on the Middle Georgia circuit for some time now, and you have a chance to catch them for free at one of North Macon’s best kept secrets! Made up of Margaret Speilman (vocals), Dr. Phil Gibbs (bass), Cliff Lee (guitar), and Donny Screws (drums and vocals), Mid-Life Chryslers is one of the premiere cover bands in the Middle Georgia area!

Billy’s Clubhouse
10 p.m. No cover
BIG DADDY & CO.
Big Daddy is a hot new Dynamic Variety Band, that plays a variety of different jams. They have a little something for all music likes, and tastes. All the members comprise a wealth of years of music and experience and knowledge on the local music scene. If you want to be entertained, you better get down to one of North Macon’s best hidden music venues!

Cox Capitol Theatre
8 p.m. $15
WHO’S BAD? MICHAEL JACKSON TRIBUTE
Channeling the soul and energy of The King of Pop, this Michael Jackson cover band is the longest running venture in the nation. Who’s Bad has sold out venues across the country as well as London, United Kingdom and China. Founded in 2003, Who’s Bad is led by James Times III, a Miami native and self-taught dancer who perfectly captures the mannerisms, uniqueness and star-quality of the one and only Michael Joseph Jackson.

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $8 at the door
GEORGIA COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS
For the third straight year, The Crazy Bull will be hosting the Georgia Country Music Awards! Dubbed as the CMA’s of Georgia, come out for a great night of live music and see who wins Best Male/ Female Singer, Duo, Band, Tenn Artist, Traditional Artist and many, many more. Six bands will be performing, so if you’re a fan of Country Music, this event is for you! Drink specials all night, DJ Whiteout upstairs all night, and DJ Old Flame on the floor after the awards show. 18 to enter, 21 to drink, must have two forms of ID and dress code is strictly enforced. Tickets are available at www.georgia-country.com

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
HOT ROD WALT & THE PSYCHO DEVILLES
Out of Atlanta, Hot Rod Walt and the Psycho DeVilles are a rocking, high-energy Rockabilly trio. Made up of Hot Rod Walt (guitar and vocals), Buford T Ogletree (upright bass) and Steve “Burnout” Barnett (drums), this group was formed in 2002 and have released nine albums with tracks about hot rod cars and motorcycles, mean women and having a good ol’ honky-tonk time.

SOCIETY GARDEN
7-9 p.m. Donations Appreciated
DAVID HYDE
Come enjoy fall with us! Outdoor beer garden and wine bar, acoustic set from David Hyde. Fire pit and heaters are set, wine flights and over 60 craft beers & of course Blackberry Wine Slushies!

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a Cover
NATHAN MORGAN
Out of McDounough, Nathan Morgan has become a regular on the Middle Georgia circuit. Morgan will be playing a solo, acoustic set at one of North Macon’s favorite venues and eateries. So come on out to a spot that always has great food and drink specials and hang out with this talented musician!

SATURDAY 11th

AP’S HIDEAWAY
8 p.m. Never a cover
BRIAN WHITEHEAD
Local favorite Brian Whitehead will be bringing his friends to AP’s, Downtown Macon’s most hidden gem for a great night of live music. AP’s is always filled with some of the friendliest people in town, so come have a couple cold ones, tip your bartenders well and enjoy some great local live music!

Billy’s Clubhouse
10 p.m. No cover
MARTY MANOUS
Out of Atlanta, Marty Manous will bring his band consisting of Mark Wilson (bass, vocals), and Cody King (drums) to one of North Macon’s favorite venues for live music. This skillful songwriter and soulful singer is a spectacular guitar player and musician. An alumnus of Atlanta Institute of Music, Manous studied with the likes of Jimmy Herring, Carl Culpepper and Steve Cunningham. He has opened and shared the stage with numerous well-known bands, including Mothers Finest, The Fabulous Thunder Birds, Foghat and The Derek Trucks Band.

The Creek Stage at
The Rookery
8 p.m. $10
DUSTBOWL REVIVAL
The Dustbowl Revival is an Americana Soul band hailing from Venice, California, and has been voted the Best Live Band by LA Weekly. Consisting of founder Zach Lupetin (lead vocals, acoustic guitar), Liz Beebes (ukulele, lead vocals), James Klopfleisch (bass), Josh Heffernan (drums), Daniel Mark (mandolin), Connor Vance (fiddle), Ulf Bjorlin (trombone) and Matt Rubin (trumpet), this eight piece band packs a punch with its grooves. Listeners of The Creek would recognize their big sound anywhere, so if it hasn’t sold out already, make sure to get here early, because attendance is limited to only 100 people!

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $5 at the door
JUSTIN LEE PARTIN
Country artist Justin Lee Partin is based out of Gainesville, Florida as draws his distinctive sound from his influences which include Don Williams, Merle Haggard and Garth Brooks. With a style that rivals Luke Bryan and Justin Aldean, Partin has been winning over audiences since the time he first picked up a guitar. Drink specials all night, Happy Hour from 8 PM to 9:30 PM with $2 domestic bottles, $3 Toro Loco shots, $3 Crazy Bulls, DJ Whiteout upstairs all night, and DJ Old Flame on the floor at 1 AM. 18 to enter, 21 to drink, and dress code is strictly enforced.

COX CAPITOL THEATRE
8 p.m. $25-$35
AN EVENING WITH DAWES
Formerly known as Simon Dawes and based out of Los Angeles, California, the Folk Rock band Dawes will bring its intimate set to the historic Cox Capitol Theatre for a Saturday night full of great live music. Made up of founder Taylor Goldsmith (guitar and vocals), Griffin Goldsmith (drums), Wylie Gelber (bass) and Lee Pardini (keyboards), the foursome is currently in the midst of a North American tour, having just finished playing a string of shows in Mexico City. Having played with the likes of Chris Robinson and Conor Oberst and touring with Bob Dylan, Dawes has seen their popularity grow with every one of their five catalog releases. Their most recent record, We’re All Gonna Die was released in September of 2016.

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
GRASS IS DEAD
The Grass is Dead plays Grateful Dead and other 80’s Jam tracks to Bluegrass sounds in their unique show. Out of South Florida, The Grass is Dead is made up of Billy Gilmore (banjo, mandolin, fiddle, guitar, pedal steel, vocals), Steve Pruett (acoustic mandolin, electric mandolin, vocals), Brian Drysdale (drums/ percussion, vocals), Richard Jonathan Murphy (upright bass, vocals), and Jared Womack (dobro).

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
WES & RONNIE

Macon’s own Wes Heath describes his music as a combination of Willie Nelson, John Mayer, Van Morrison, Keith Richards and some Larry The Cable Guy for an fun and interesting show.

SUNDAY 12th

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.

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!

FRIDAY 17th

20’s Pub
9 p.m. Never a cover
BIG DADDY & CO.
Big Daddy is a hot new Dynamic Variety Band, that plays a variety of different jams. They have a little something for all music likes, and tastes.

Billy’s Clubhouse
10 p.m. No cover
MILK MONEY
This three-piece cover trio plays classic and current artists. They are known for their energy in
their live performances, always bringing down the house at whatever venue they play. If you
see this quirky bunch is playing, you need to make sure you’re present!

The Crazy Bull
9 p.m. $5 cover
DAM-FI-NO BAND
Lead by American Idol alum Billy Creason, The Dam Fi No Band is made up of Donald Kuhns, Dom McManus, Zac Benson, Brice Collins, and Lee Travis. Creason has also been featured on Nashville Star, and has been the front man for The Hard Time Band, Swamp Donkey, Stagecoach and Loose Cannon. Drink specials all night, Happy Hour from 8 PM to 9:30 PM with $2 domestic bottles, $3 Toro Loco shots, $3 Crazy Bulls, DJ Whiteout upstairs all night, and DJ Old Flame on the floor at 1 AM. 18 to enter, 21 to drink.

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
THE APPLESEED COLLECTIVE
This Americana group out of Ann Arbor, Michigan defines itself by the sounds, culture, and roots of American music. Made up of Andrew William Langdon Brown (guitar and vocals), Brandon Worder Smith (violin, mandolin and vocals), Vince Russo (washboard, percussion and vocals), and Eric O’Daly (upright bass and vocals), The Appleseed Collective was founded in 2010 and has since released two studio albums and most recently a live album recorded at The Ark in their hometown of Ann Arbor. These soulful gents know how to win a crowd over, so prepare yourself to enjoy some great Americana music!

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
SOUTHBOUND MOJO
Made up of Neil Arrington on vocals, Sam Green on guitar, Mike Smallwood on bass, and Greg Parker on drums, Macon’s own Southbound Mojo plays all the hits of years past and today with a fun, hardcore Rock edge.

SATURDAY 18th

AP’S HIDEAWAY
8 p.m. Never a cover
TRES HOMBRE
Straight out of Warner Robins, these local favorites will be picking and grinning down at one of my favorite hideaways, the famous AP’s, one of the best kept secrets in Downtown Macon.

Billy’s Clubhouse
10 p.m. No cover
2 FINGER JESTER
One of Georgia’s best live bands, 2 Finger Jester, hailing from Warner Robins, was voted Band of the Year by The 11th Hour in both 2008 and 2009. Come see them at one of North Macon’s favorite music venues where there’s never a cover!

COX CAPITOL THEATRE
8 p.m. $15 at the door
A TRIBUTE TO GREGG ALLMAN FT. MEMBERS OF COWBOY
Come pay tribute to local legend Gregg Allman on this night at the historic Cox Capitol Theatre. The lineup will consist of Cowboy, the band who backed up Gregg on his “Laid Back” album. All proceeds of the show will benefit The Big House Museum. Cowboy is made up of Tommy Talton and Bill Stewart, and will be joined by the Mike Veal Band.

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $5 at the door
JB CROCKETT
Out of Oviedo, Florida and now based in Savannah, JB Crockett grew up singing and playing music with his family in their church. Today he is one of the most prolific artists on the Southeast touring circuit. Crockett has had the privilege of playing with Tracey Lawrence, Easton Corbin, Dylan Scott, and most recently Kane Brown.

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
STOPLIGHT OBSERVATIONS W/WAKER
These South Carolina-based Stop Light Observations have been playing together since they were 14, which is no small feat – these days, their brand of indie-inspired Southern roots-rock – recently described by one bandmate as a kind of “story of the millennial blues” – is catching lots of well deserved attention. They will be playing with Waker, “Nashville’s most woke band” – as the describe themselves. These Nashville musicians mesh rock, soul, and funk together into jams to get you moving. They’ve toured with Blues Traveler, JJ Grey & Mofro, and The Wailers, and they’ve rocked stages at such iconic festivals as Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, Wakarusa, and Hangout Fest.

SOCIETY GARDEN
7-9 p.m. Donations Appreciated
THE MEDICINE MEN
Welcome the Medicine Men to Macon! The very talented house band for the Eastman Magnolia Music and Medicine Show. An eight-piece crackerjack house band that could play the music founder Karl Hilliard heard in his head. When the curtain opened at the first Magnolia Music and Medicine Show, the band, dubbed the Medicine Men by guitarist Cliff Lee, had to regain its composure after being astounded by the packed house. Think local honky tonk meets Prairie Home Campanion! And… compliemtary tapas from Bonefish Grill!!!

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
SCOTT BRANTLEY
Out of East Dublin, Scott Brantley epitomizes Country music through and through. Brantley has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in Country music, with Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert and Jamey Johnson being among the many.

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