Gig Guide

Special to The TelegraphOctober 4, 2013 

Deacons of Disaster

Friday at the Cox Capitol Theatre

What do you get when a pastor, an accountant, a lawyer and a pharmecutical rep get together to play face melting, hardcore rock ’n’ roll? You get the Deacons of Disaster! These metal heads didn’t stop loving that hardcore sound just because they took on straight gigs and started families. In fact, they formed a band and are releasing a CD. Come rock out and pick up your copy of the new album from these seasoned hardcore rockers! 7 p.m. $5.

Louise Warren

Friday at Lemongrass Thai Bistro

There was a time when you could walk down around downtown Macon on a First Friday and there was music on the streets and people were sitting outside enjoying good food, drinks and fabulous tunes. One of Macon’s favorite songstresses, Louise Warren, brings that tradition back to life with her performance at Lemongrass. Lousie Warren has been riding high on the release of her single, “Home,” which is available on iTunes. Now, you can hear that song and all your favorite Louise Warren songs live at this special performance. All ages. 8 p.m. Free.

Scott Brantley

Friday at Wild Wing Cafe

No one does country music better than a born-and-raised Middle Georgia boy. This East Dublin native has earned his chops winning the Texaco Country Showdown for the state of Georgia, and being a three-time winner of the Georgia Country Band of the Year award. Now, he brings his sound, which he describes as “country-country,” to Macon at Wild Wing Cafe. 10 p.m. Free.

Conner Christian & Southern Gothic

Friday at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

Atlanta-based Conner Christian & Southern Gothic have gotten a lot of attention with this year’s release of their new album, “New Hometown.” “New Hometown” broke into the top 20 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums list. This is a great opportunity to see a rising star in the world of music before they get big! 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.


Saturday at Roasted Cafe and Lounge

About four years ago, Nomenclature sat atop of the Macon music scene ushering in an artsy and indie rock era that we still see vibrating through the city today. The band broke up amidst controversy and stories of in-fighting, leaving a void that many clubgoers felt was difficult to get over. Nomenclature front man Denny Hanson returns to the scene with new material and a new band line-up under the old familiar moniker. Can this incarnation of the band stand up to its strong past? It’s up to the listeners to decide. 18 and up. 10 p.m. Free.

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