Gig guide

June 28, 2013 

Friday June 28

sunDollars with Lily & the Tigers at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

Plain and simply put, the sunDollars are a fun band. Whenever they show up in Macon you can be sure there is going to be a good time had by everyone. The sunDollars don’t just play the hits, they play album tracks from your favorite classic rock albums. Their original songs have the feel of an overlooked group from a time passed by. They will be joined by’s band of the month, Lily & the Tigers, as well as Foe Destroyer and Photo Ops. Get ready for a great night of indie rock music. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.

Saturday June 29

Tim Lee 3 at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

As far a rock ’n’ roll goes, the Tim Lee 3 is my favorite band to ever visit Macon. This is one of those bands that amazes you that all that sound is only coming from three people. With a style that will remind you of Tom Petty or Neil Young & Crazy Horse, there’s no wonder why they have built up a Macon fan following during the years. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.

Flying Colours and Punchinello at the 567 Center for Renewal

It’s a Tennessee indie rock invasion at the 567 as Nashville’s Flying Colours and Punchinello take the stage. While Punchinello keeps it more mellow, get ready to dance when Flying Colours takes the stage. They will be joined by Macon’s own Hussy Hussy in a night of youthful music. All ages. 7:30 p.m. $5.

Sunday June 30

Southern Gentlemen Dixieland Jazz Band at the Rookery

What goes better with brunch than jazz music? Nothing. The Rookery brings the classic fun sounds of the Southern Gentlemen Dixieland Band to its brunch. This seven-piece band plays all of the classics and will have you toe tapping from the first note. All ages. Noon. Free to listen.

GQ Jazz Quintet at the Douglass Theatre

The Jazz In the Courtyard series continues as the Douglass brings a Macon jazz favorite to its Sunday outdoor series. The GQ Jazz Quintet has been playing their version of smooth, melodic jazz in Middle Georgia since 1997. Led by Jimmy L. Mills Jr., if you haven’t heard the GQ Jazz Quintet, then you haven’t heard jazz in Macon. All ages. 7 p.m. $5.

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