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FRIDAY 19th

AP’S HIDEAWAY
8 p.m. Never a cover 
KARAOKE WITH CHRIS
Karaoke w/ Chris from 8pm-Midnight! Have a blast singing with old friends and new!

BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE
10 p.m. No cover
MARTY MANOUS
Blues rock from Atlanta. For fans of the Black Keys, Gregg Allman, and Jimi Hendrix.

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $5 at the door  
GARRETT SPEER
Nickelback, Daughtry, Luke Bryan, and Jason Aldean– all influences on Speer who’s has had the honor to open for many country Artists like Thomas Rhett, Kip Moore, A Thousand Horses, and many more.

THE CREEK STAGE AT THE ROOKERY
8 p.m. $10 at the door
ZEPHANIAH OHORA
The debut album from Zephaniah Ohora, This Highway, is a countrypolitan banquet for the ears featuring dedicated songs that sparkle like a Buckaroo’s telecaster. Sure-footed country music for real country music fans.

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
MELODY TRUCKS AND BONNIE BLUE
The Big House Museum Official After Party. Melody Trucks is the daughter of Rock n’ Roll Hall of Famer and founding Allman Brothers Band member Butch Trucks. The Melody Trucks Band describes that “their individual styles and influences run the entire span of every music genre”, which leads to a fresh approach to music made popular by her numerous musical family members. Those attending the Tedeschi Trucks show need only to bring their ticket stub for free admission the to the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom. Cover for every one else is $5.00 only!

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
BIG DADDY & CO.
A variety of musical styles with a little something for everybody! Sing a long with your favorites or groove to something new!

SATURDAY 20th

AP’S HIDEAWAY
8 p.m. Never a cover
THE SKEETERZ
Central Georgia band with incredible originals and a fresh mix of favorites from country to hard rock!

BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE
10 p.m. No cover
365 COTTON
Musicians from all musical styles and backgrounds working closely to create a unique sound by adding their signature to the classics they play– blues, Southern Rock, and more!

HARGRAY CAPITOL THEATRE
8-10 p.m. $20
CODY JOHNSON AND JORDAN RAGER
Johnson uses his smoky baritone voice and ultra-Southern enunciation to enforce his image as a cowboy, raised on outlaw country, who drinks and fights too much and won’t apologize for having an opinion. Jordan Rager- Country & Southern Rock from Loganville, GA. Jordan started out covering Luke Bryan in Youtube videos, but takes his enthusiasm to a new level while performing live!

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $5 at the door
SCOTT BRANTLEY
“Ain’t No Life I’d Rather Live…Than This Country Life I Live”– lyrics that perfectly describe this pure country boy from Middle Georgia. Scott Brantley comes from a musically gifted family that is deeply rooted in its music, relationships and resolve. The gift of such talent handed down to him simply couldn’t be ignored, and he has fully embraced the charge of delivering this gift to the masses. With inspirations like George Strait, Keith Whitley, Merle Haggard & Alan Jackson, Scott has a devout focus on taking his music career head-on.

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
THE GEORGIA FLOOD
Groove-heavy and Genre-bending, The Georgia Flood draws on indelible melodies, clever lyrics, and an infectious energy that weaves together driving guitar riffs with modern pop sensibilities.

SOCIETY GARDEN
CAMPFIRE JAM EVERY SATURDAY 4-6!
8-10 p.m. $5 DANIEL GRAVES
There’s no sing-a-long like a Gravey sing-a-long! Daniel Graves is a frequent collaborator on the Macon music scene with a repertoire of songs and beats that’ll get the party going, keep it rolling, and leave a smile on your face.

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
A2Z BAND
Want the ultimate party? Then you need the ultimate party band! A2Z Band is a group of well experienced Central Georgia musicians with a large library of dance songs.

SUNDAY 21st

AP’S HIDEAWAY
3-6 p.m. Never a cover 
BIG MIKE ON THE PATIO
The Best Home Cookin’ in Central GA and Big Mike on the Deck! Join Big Mike every Sunday at 3pm for an afternoon of blues and soul!

SOCIETY GARDEN
4-6 p.m. $5
REGGAE AT THE GARDEN WITH DEAN BROWN
Strumming and thumping his guitar with rocksteady assurance, [Dean Brown] sings about unity, humanity and even ice cream with such balmy, hypnotic rapture that he can’t help bouncing up and down on the balls of his feet, his shoulder-length dreadlocks swinging from side to side and wafting the scent of the coconut oil he uses to preen them. This ecstasy of percussion and chanting is known in Rastafarianism as “nayabinghi,” which literally translates as “black victory”—a people rediscovering their roots. During these moments, with the women in the crowd melting like shea butter, it is blessedly easy to believe that “every little ting gonna be all right.”– Georgia Music Magazine

WEDNESDAY 24th

HARGRAY CAPITOL THEATRE
8-10 p.m. $15
AMERICAN AQUARIUM WITH FUTUREBIRDS
If you want to know how to succeed as a band– take a look at American Aquarium. Thousands and thousands of miles making country-salted rock n’ roll (often for free), while evolving into the beautiful Americana monster that lived hard against the asphalt and survived the songs. They never quit, and never will. The Futurebirds- The music is a patchwork amalgam of influences, including: twangy Southern rock (they’ve opened for the Drive-By Truckers), reverb-soaked psychedelia reminiscent of early My Morning Jacket or fellow Athens residents Phosphorescent, soaring guitar solos à la Neil Young and Crazy Horse, rhythmic jangle from that other Athens band, REM, multi-part vocal harmonies (which every band ought to have, dammit), and, weaving through it all, lyrical slide guitar. – Vox.com

THURSDAY 25th

THE CREEK STAGE AT THE ROOKERY
8 p.m. $10 at the door
EG KIGHT
Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter and entertainer EG Kight has a sound that transcends musical boundaries. With a blend of blues, country, americana, southern rock, jazz, gospel, and funk, her music appeals to the masses, no matter their taste. Taylor Guitars, who supplies her with the tools of her trade, wrote in their Wood & Steel Magazine that she has a “…uniquely rural, deeply personal sound and style.”

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
SCOTT LITTLE
From heart-wrenching ballads to rocking guitars, Scott Little will capture your spirit and run with it. Going along for the ride just gives you the best seat in the house.

FRIDAY 26th

AP’S HIDEAWAY
8 p.m. Never a cover 
KARAOKE WITH CHRIS
Karaoke w/ Chris from 8pm-Midnight! Have a blast singing with old friends and new!

BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE
10 p.m. No cover
MATT BRANTLEY BAND
A little bit o’ country, a lotta o’ Southern Rock! Voted Best Local Band in The 11th Hour Readers Choice Awards and Male Vocalist of the year by Georgia Country. Don’t miss this one!

THE CRAZY BULL
8 p.m. $5 at the door  
CHRIS BANDI
One of the most exciting up-and-coming singer/songwriters in a generation of Nashville musicians who embrace diversity in country music, Bandi has gained attention by developing a sound entirely his own. Drawing from his childhood days in St. Louis all the way through fraternity parties at Ole Miss, the emerging artist has no end to his inspiration.

THE HUMMINGBIRD
10 p.m. $5
DT3
Loud honky-tonk music! For fans of twang and bendin’ E strings.

WILD WING CAFE
9:30 p.m. Never a cover
STEVE & DAVE
Local duo playing sing-along favorites.

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