Band spotlight

May 10, 2013 

Milk Money

Friday at Billy’s Clubhouse

Milk Money is Macon’s newest good-time cover band. Made up of Brent Thomason, Cameron Stuart Latham and Daniel Walker, these guys just want to have a good time and they want to take you along. To get you in the party mood, Milk Money will be playing favorites from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and beyond. 21 and up. 10 p.m. Free.


Friday at the Rookery

Paleface seems to have fallen in love with Macon, as this is his third visit in the past few months. He’s played a few weeknights before, and this time he stops by the Rookery on a Friday night. He got his start early in his career playing with superstar performer Beck. Now, he is touring and promoting his most recent project, “One Big Party,” which is a folk-rock album with critical acclaim from many well-known musicians. His last two shows in Macon were mind-blowingly good. Be sure to make this one. 21 and up. 10 p.m. Free.


Saturday at Central City Skate Park

Central City Skate Park in Central City Park is hosting its first S.K.A.T.E. and High Ollie contest. Ollies must start at 2 feet to qualify. Providing the soundtrack for this day of fun will be DJ B3, a local electronic DJ. All ages. Events start at 4 p.m. $5 for contestants, free for spectators.

Old Man Shoes

Saturday at Shenanigan’s Pub

Old Man Shoes has quickly claimed a spot in the Middle Georgia music scene with a reputation for playing fun live shows full of unusual covers. They take the stage at one of Warner Robins’ favorite nightspots, Shenanigan’s, for an ’80s party with special guests the Swayzes. This night will be full of ’80s hits and songs you might have forgotten about. 21 and up. 9 p.m. $5.

Dark Water Rising

Saturday at Roasted Cafe and Lounge

North Carolina’s Dark Water Rising is a beautiful gothic soul music group with twinges of mountain music. I’ve never heard such a combination before, but in this case it works beautifully. Lead singer Shay Jones seems like she would be as comfortable covering an Aretha Franklin song as she would singing a song by Nick Cave. 18 and up. 10 p.m. Free.

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