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Brad Evans

Tony Joe White reigns supreme as one of the true masters of get-down funky bluesy swamp rock music. The singer/songwriter/guitarist was born on July 23, 1943. He was the youngest of seven children who grew up on a cotton farm near Oak Grove, Louisiana. White first began performing music at

A native of Asheville, North Carolina, country singer/songwriter Luke Combs has been singing since he could walk, but did not start playing guitar until the summer after his junior year at Appalachian State University. He began playing shows shortly thereafter in January of 2012 and has been playing consistently ever

Interview by Andrea Marlowe Talk about living the dream, most of the members from The Weeks have been doing so since they were only15.  Don’t get me wrong, their budding success doesn’t come without a lot of hard work and an immense amount of drive.  The Mississippi boys, Cyle Barnes

Playing Bragg Jam at The Library Ball Room, 7PM-8PM Teetering on the faultline of different genres, Brave Baby is a band that is making waves in the Charleston, SC music scene.  Keon Masters (guitar/vocals), Wolfgang Zimmerman (drums/vocals), Christian Chidester (guitar/backup vocals), Jordan Hicks (bass), and Steven Walker (keyboard) released their sophomore

    Thursday 7/21 Chris Robinson Brotherhood COX CAPITOL THEATRE The Chris Robinson Brotherhood is touring in support of its latest release, Phosphorescent Harvest. Praised by Rolling Stone as “at once quirky, trippy, soulful and downright magnetic,” it’s the band’s third long-playing album for Silver Arrow Records. Tickets for this

  By David Higdon National Geographic Traveler Editor-at-Large, Travel Journalist of the Year, director, and original “Brat Pack” member Andrew McCarthy took time from his busy directing schedule to share some insight into what life is like for this year’s Macon Film Festival special guest. Andrew will be at a

  Founded in 2011 by Chris Robinson, the Black Crowes frontman, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood came together around guitarist Neal Casal, drummer George Sluppick, bassist Mark Dutton, and Black Crowes keyboard player Adam MacDougall. The group’s studio debut, Big Moon Ritual, arrived in June the following year, with its sequel,

“As Georgia girls, we came up listening to and soaking in the source music of the south: the blues, country, Americana and mountain music; classic rock, and southern rock. That deep and gritty heritage has seeped into the bloodstream of our music,” explains Megan, “We’ve reached a point in our

Local business owners Brad Evans, Wes Griffith and Rob Evans announce the purchase of Macon-based radio station 100.9 WNEX FM. The ownership, now called Creek Media, will re-launch the radio station in early July. The Creek 100.9 will feature an Americana music format and aim to globally broadcast the best

African Americana has been making noise in Macon for the last couple of years, bringing home the award for Best Experimental Band at the 2016 11th Hour Readers’ Choice Awards.  We sent the guys a few questions about their music, their upbringing and their thoughts on the Local Music Scene. Tell me about the first time you remember playing music.