Gig Guide

January 31, 2014 

Friday January 31

Dangermuffin and Woolfolk at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

The folk/rock/country sound is all the rage right now. So the South Carolina trio of Dangermuffin has plenty to offer to fans of the style. With slide guitar and a washboard playing standout roles, Dangermuffin provides listeners with a down home sound to shuffle their feet to. They will be joined by Macon’s own Woolfolk. 10 p.m. 21 and up. $5.

Saturday Feb 1

Ying Yang Twins at Club Element

The Ying Yang Twins are launching their annual spring break concert tour right here in Macon. They became known for their club hits “Get Low,” “Whistle While You Twurk” and “Salt Shaker.” You’ll hear these favorites and more along with music spun by Club Element’s DJs. With three rooms, two DJs and the Ying Yang Twins, Club Element has a great Saturday night planned. 10 p.m. $7 for ages 18-21; $5 for ages 21 and older before 11 p.m.

Ty Herndon, Anita Cochran and Colby Dee at Cox Capitol Theatre

If you love country music, this is going to be a great night! Ty Herndon has had three No. 1 hits with “What Mattered Most,” “Living In a Moment” and “It Must Be Love.” He’ll be sharing stories and songs with Anita Cochran for this intimate concert. Middle Georgia’s own Colby Dee will start the night off and many locals know Colby Dee is just as exciting to see as the country star she is sharing the stage with. 7 p.m. Under 18 must be accompanied by a guardian. $20 general admission; $25 for tables, cocktail and box seating.

Funk You at Roasted Cafe and Lounge

A couple of downtown’s favorite people, Danny “The Captain” Davis and Nick Rizkalla, are celebrating their birthdays with a show from Funk You. Funk You is an incredibly fun band and, as the name implies, their sound if full of funky grooves built for dancing! Funk You will be joined by Skymatic and Squirls. 18 and up. 10 p.m. Free.

Thursday February 6

Turquoise Jeep and Floco Torres at Cox Capitol Theatre

Turquoise Jeep has built a huge following with YouTube being their method of choice for attracting listeners. Their songs are tongue in cheek spoofs of today’s hip-hop and R&B styles (check out their hit “Smang It”) but they actually do the genre better than most of the artists taking it seriously. Funny and danceable, they will be joined by up and coming electronic dance group Yip Deceiver, hip-hop artist Kosha Dillz and Macon’s own Floco Torres. 7 p.m. Under 18 must be accompanied by a guardian. $12 in advance; $15 day of show.

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