Friday October 12
The Resolvers at Roasted Cafe and Lounge
Can you believe Roasted Cafe and Lounge is celebrating its one year anniversary? So much has happened in that one year. Well, thats all in the past now and it is time to celebrate. The Resolvers bring their south Florida style of Big Band Reggae to the birthday party. By Big Band, I mean there are 10 members in this band, so Roasted is going to be rocking! Even though you will hear lots of reggae favorites, you will hear a lot more, too. This is a night not to miss. 18 and up. 10 p.m. Free.
Saturday October 13
Sugar Virus at Huds Bar & Grill
The month of October seems to be made for metal and hardcore music. On Saturday, three bands will begin the Halloween celebration early. Sugar Virus has been playing hard core music for 20 years now, and they have no intention of stopping. They will be joined by three other local Macon bands, Stranger Than Most, Dragon Sleeper and Holocaustion. 8 p.m. Free.
Sunday October 14
Coyote Bones at Washington Park
It is the perfect weather for Second Sunday Brunch. This is also the last chance you have this year to enjoy the favorite Macon event. Washington Park is sure to be full of families enjoying the cooler temperatures, so why not have some good music to go along with a great day? Its been a long time since we last saw Coyote Bones in Macon. Since that time, David Matysiak has enlisted the help of Jordan Noel and Macons very own songstress, Heather Kemp. Their laid back, porch styled sounds will be just perfect for this autumn weather. Bring a blanket and a picnic, but no tents or grills. All ages. 1 p.m. Free.
Thursday October 18
Floco Torres at Buffingtons in Milledgeville
Macons favorite hip-hop performer Floco Torres takes his high energy, rhyme-filled show to Milledgeville, where he will meet up with Middle Georgia punk-rockers Sanction The Radio and Atlanta indie-rockers Cosmoscope. Floco Torres will be celebrating his birthday and his most recent release, The Project, at this show. Milledgeville may never be the same again after these three get done with it. 10 p.m. Free.
The Dirty Bourbon River Show at the Rookery
Its been about a year since we last saw the Dirty Bourbon River Show in Macon, and last time they were here they tore the house down. This New Orleans ensemble -- complete with a wild brass section -- had the Rookery dancing all night long. Their up-tempo show is full of New Orleans favorites, Dixieland jazz originals and even some recognizable hip-hop re-works. Be sure to wear your dancing shoes for this one. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.