Gig guide

July 5, 2013 

Southern Persuasion

Friday at the Fish N’ Pig

Let the good times keep on rolling! A cruel trick was played on us by having July Fourth fall on a Thursday and then we have to go back to work on Friday before we start the weekend. Well joke’s on you, whoever made this year’s calendar! Southern Persuasion is bringing their good time country music to the Fish N’ Pig on Friday. Enjoy good food, cold cocktails and a nice breeze on the deck as we keep the celebration rolling. All ages. 7:30 p.m. Free admission.


Friday at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

Whenever Richard King and Boothill turn up for a show, there is a guaranteed good time scheduled for that night. Some may call their music country. Some may say Southern rock. Without a doubt it’s whiskey fueled and full steam ahead. Call up your friends and get them all together for a night of foot stomping and dancing! 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.

Mile Train

Saturday at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

Carrollton’s Mile Train plays music that fits perfectly in a dark, smoky room. While rock ’n’ roll is undoubtedly an influence on this young band, their love of the blues runs deep and they wear it on their sleeve for all to see and hear. Their blues guitars and traveling man lyrics should be enjoyed with a smoke in one hand and a whiskey in the other. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.

Texaco Country Showdown Music Contest

Thursday at Gallery 51 (Forsyth)

The Texaco Country Showdown is a chance for Middle Georgia’s up-and-coming country music bands to show their stuff and make a name for themselves. This talent show is put on by 92.5 FM and is hosted by Gallery 51, located at 51 W. Adams St,, Forsyth. The winners could be on their way to a national competition hosted by Jewel with a chance to win $100,000. For more information on how to register your band, contact Carol Chambers at Event starts at 5:30 p.m. Free to the public. $20 registration fee for bands.

Veara and We Still Dream

Thursday at the 567 Center for Renewal

Get ready for a night of pop punk as the 567 Center for Renewal hosts six up-and-coming high-energy bands. Augusta’s Veara headlines this night of music. They released their new album, “What We Left Behind,” in May on Epitaph Records. Heavily influenced by bands such as New Found Glory and Blink 182, they are out to prove themselves after surviving recent troubles. They will be joined by We Still Dream, Dead Leaves, Dresden, Look Alive and Cassia. All ages. 6:30 p.m. $8.

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