Friday Feb 8
The Vespers at the 567 Center for Renewal
The Vespers first hit the Macon scene at a Sunday Brunch in Washington Park and the excitement from that show was overwhelming. Facebook was filled with people saying they have a new favorite band. This acoustic Southern folk band knows how to touch you through their music. Wonderful lyrics blend with beautiful melodies and harmonies for a delightful listening experience. They are joined by Caleb and Jillian Edwards. All ages. 7 p.m. $10.
Josh Graff and Friends at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom
Josh Graff is one hard working musician. Hes always playing and sitting in with other bands around town. Graff is an excellent guitar player. If you love blues guitar, then you will thoroughly enjoy his live show. Theres no telling who will join him on stage at a Josh Graff and Friends show. This could be a star-studded Macon music lineup. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.
Saturday Feb 9
Stoopgrass at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom
Its been a while since we last saw Stoopgrass preform here in Macon. Its good to see one of Macons favorite good time bands getting back on stage to get the crowd in a partying mood. Now, I dont want you to think they have been lazy and just sitting at home watching TV. The guys from Stoopgrass have been busy working on other projects. With Matt Moncrief on guitar and vocals, Billy Lyons on bass, Alex Scarborough on drums, Rich King on percussion, and Travis Bryant on guitar, this all-star lineup will be ready to party so you better be ready, too. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.
Dangermuffin at the Cox Capitol Theatre
Dangermuffin hails from Folly Beach, S.C., and this is their second trip to Macon. They have made a name for themselves by touring the festival circuit, picking up fans nationwide along the way. This time, they take the stage at one of Macons favorite places to hear live music, the beautiful Cox Capitol Theatre. This is sure to be a night of swaying to carefree tunes. 18 and up. 7 p.m. $10.
Woody Pines at the Rookery
Woody Pines returns to Macon with a night of old-timey mountain music, blues, country, rock-a-billy and anything else that is fun to play at the Rookery. They have been to Macon a few times, and each time the buzz around a Woody Pines show grows a little louder. They have been building quite the following here in Macon. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.