Gig Guide

December 13, 2013 

Friday, December 13

Brian Davis at the Crazy Bull

Brian Davis learned his country music style from the great Harlan Howard. Yep, the same Harlan Howard that wrote “I Fall To Pieces.” This North Carolina music lover went from working in horse stables to signed to Howard’s record label after a chance meeting and playing a few songs for the veteran country songwriter. Davis will be joined by Middle Georgia’s own Travis Denning. 21 and up. $5.

Danielle Howle and Fireworks Show at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

Danielle Howle is a seasoned songwriter playing her home base of Columbia, S.C., and the southeastern singer-songwriter circuit. Fireworks Show was voted most experimental band in Charleston in 2011. These two musical forces joined in 2012 and after opening for the Avett Brothers, they’ve been touring with their brand of Americana ever since. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.

Saturday, December 14

Great White Lion Snake at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

Great White Lion Snake has to be in the top five of my favorite band names. When you add in the fact that they are an ’80s hair tribute band, you got yourself a special night out on the town. Put on your neon threads and pull your ponytail to the side! You’ll be pumping your fist all night long. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.

Macon Symphony Youth Orchestra at Beulahland Bible Church

The Macon Symphony Youth Orchestra presents its annual Christmas concert at Beulahland Bible Church. The full orchestra, the strings orchestra and the chamber ensemble will perform traditional orchestra pieces, as well as holiday favorites, and of course they’ll be wearing their famous elf hats! This is a family friendly event. 5 p.m. Free.

Monday, December 16

Dirty Bourbon River Show and DJ Fubu at the Cox Capitol Theatre

The Moonhanger Group is throwing its annual Christmas party at the Cox Capitol Theatre and this year they will have music from New Orleans brass band Dirty Bourbon River Show, and Macon’s own DJ Fubu. Dirty Bourbon River Show is known for a dancing, rocking, good time. DJ Fubu will close out the night spinning favorites from all styles of music. 21 and up. Doors open at 8 p.m. Admission is $10 and includes a free barbecue buffet.

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