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TUESDAY 28th

THE HUMMINGBIRD

10 p.m. No Cover

OPEN JAM WITH SHANA HARGROVE 

Come join the soulful Shana Hargrove and a live band for the best Tuesday night jam session in town! Drink specials include $2 wells and domestic beers.

THURSDAY 30th

Cox Capitol Theatre

8 p.m. $35

ROBERT EARL KEEN

The country music icon Robert Earl Keen will bring his Christmas show to the historic Cox Capitol Theatre in Downtown Macon. Debuting with 1984’s No Kinda Dancer, the Houston native has recorded 18 full-length albums for both independent and major record labels, while his songs have had cover versions recorded by several country, folk and Texas country music musicians, including George Strait, Joe Ely, Lyle Lovett, The Highwaymen, Nanci Griffith, and the Dixie Chicks.

Although both his albums and live performances span many different styles, from folk, country, and bluegrass to rock, he is most commonly affiliated with the Americana genre. Keen has toured extensively both in the US and abroad throughout his career, and was inducted into the Texas Heritage Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012 along with Lovett and the late Townes Van Zandt. Keen will be joined by The Doyle and Debbie Show, a parody singer/ songwriter duo out of Nashville.

FRIDAY 1st

20’S PUB

9 p.m. Never a cover

UNCLE EARL

Come on out for a great night of live music and drink specials at 20’s Pub!

Billy’s Clubhouse

10 p.m. No cover

MONCRIEF & FRIENDS

Local favorite Matt Moncrief will bring his friends to North Macon’s favorite music venue . Come out for a couple cold ones and tip your bartenders!

Cox Capitol Theatre

8 p.m. $30

WAR

This funk group was started in the 1970’s in Southern California. With only one original member left, its imperative that all fans come out in droves to see these legends at the historic Cox Capitol Theatre!

THE CRAZY BULL

8 p.m. $5 at the door

GANNON ADAMS

An up and coming Georgia country artist, Raised in rural Mansfield Georgia, Gannon lives the lifestyle all his country music hero’s sang about; dirt roads, pickups, campfires and pasture parties. Country music in his “blood”.

Gannon began playing guitar at the age of 13 and really picked up the pace during his days at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton Georgia. Gannon frequently played music with his good friend Brian Cagle from Monticello, Georgia who had recorded a couple of gospel albums. Brian introduced Gannon to Barry Williams with “Rocket Man Entertainment” who saw potential in his voice and style and encouraged him to record.

In April of 2012, Gannon fulfilled a life long dream when he opened a show for his hero, the legendary Merle Haggard, at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee.

THE HUMMINGBIRD

10 p.m. $5

GOOSE 

Out of Norwalk, Connecticut, this rock group has toured across the country with their eclectic sound and stylings. Made up of Rick Mitarotonda, Kristopher Yunker, Trevor Weeks, Ben Atkind and Aaron Hagele, come join these fine folks for a Friday night of great music at one of Downtown’s favorite bars and venues.

SOCIETY GARDEN

7-9 p.m. $5

BIG MIKE BLUES TRIO

We love us some Big Mike! This man tours Europe every summer and can play da blues, country, classics and more! Fire pit and heaters are set, wine flights and over 60 craft beers & of course Blackberry Wine Slushies!

The Creek Stage at

The Rookery

8 p.m. $10

THE TEXAS GENTLEMEN

Based out of Dallas, The Texas Gentlemen are a Country Rock group prominently featured on 100.9 The Creek. They were awarded with Best Group Act by the Dallas Observer Music Awards in 2016. The group has toured with Kris Kristofferson and has been compared to Leon Bridges, The Band and Willie Nelson.

WILD WING CAFE

9:30 p.m. Never a Cover

ETHAN PAYNE

A regular at music venues in Milledgeville, Ethan Payne is a young whipper snapper on the local music touring scene and was recently featured at The Georgia Country Music Awards at The Crazy Bull.

SATURDAY 2nd

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

SOUTHBOUND MOJO

Consisting  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.

THE CRAZY BULL

8 p.m. $5 at the door

TRAVIS DENNING

Two songs that Denning co-wrote, “Pickup Lines” and “Life in the Livin'” appear on Justin Moore’s brand new release, Kinda Don’t Care. Chase Rice’s newest single, “Everybody We Know Does” is one of his, and Jason Aldean’s highly anticipated album, They Don’t Know, due out in September, features “All Out of Beer”, a song that Denning wrote with Jeremy Bussey and Rager. This Macon native is coming home, let’s give him a hell of welcome party!

“Leaving home was difficult and I didn’t want to feel, or for it to appear, like I was turning my back on a place or group of people, but I knew that being in Nashville was a huge part of me trying to make the most out of this opportunity,” he comments. When I pressed him further about any critical thoughts he has about Middle Georgia’s music scene or what it was like to grow up there, he’s quick to give a sincere response.

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, must have two forms of ID and dress code is strictly enforced.

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

8 p.m. $25-$35

RAY WYLIE HUBBARD

The legendary Country singer and songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard brings his honky tonk show to Downtown Macon and the historic Cox Capitol Theatre. Born in Oklahoma, Hubbard began playing music at an early age. He has released over 15 studio albums and even wrote his own autobiography in 2015. Hubbard has toured across the country and even written numerous tunes for other artists. A leading figure of the progressive country movement of the 1970s, singer/songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard remains best known for authoring the perennial anthem “Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother.”

THE HUMMINGBIRD

10 p.m. $5

THE VOODOO FIX 

This group from Los Angeles and now based out of Nashville just returned Home from a long European tour to end the Summer and early Fall. Made up of Abe Rivers, Scott Parelli, Will Halsey and Logan Todd, the group recently released their first album Back For More and continues to tour the country nonstop, so catch them at The Bird before they fly away!

WILD WING CAFE

9:30 p.m. Never a cover

VELVET RUNWAY

A regular on the Southeast touring scene, Velvet Runway is one of the premiere cover bands in our area. Their expansive catalog of songs stretches from Doobie Brothers to ZZ Top to Michael Jackson. Come on out to one of North Macon’s favorite music venues where there’s always food and drink specials.

SUNDAY 3rd

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!

TUESDAY 5th

THE CREEK STAGE AT THE ROOKERY

Show at 8 p.m. $20

JONATHAN BYRD

This free show at Downtown Macon’s newest concert venue features Jonathan Byrd and Corin Raymond. Byrd has toured outside the country and recorded his most recent record in Copenhagen. Raymond, out of Toronto, is an up and coming Americana musician and born storyteller. Come on out to The Creek Stage at The Rookery for a great night of live music in an intimate setting!

THE HUMMINGBIRD

10 p.m. No Cover

OPEN JAM WITH SHANA HARGROVE 

Come join the soulful Shana Hargrove and a live band for the best Tuesday night jam session in town! Drink specials include $2 wells and domestic beers.

THURSDAY 7th

THE CREEK STAGE AT THE ROOKERY

8 p.m. $10

JASON EADY

Named by Rolling Stone as one of the 10 New Country Music Artists You Need to Know, Jason Eady brings his intimate show to Downtown’s newest music venue. He has released six studio albums, the most recent of which was released in April by Old Guitar Records. So come on down to The Rookery for a great night of music!

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