Gig Guide

February 28, 2014 

Friday, February 28

The Orange Constant at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

Music genres are starting to go away. All music is now a fusion of several different sounds. The Orange Constant is a shining example of that. Each member brings to the table a vast set of different musical influences. If they can be compared to anyone, it is most likely Widespread Panic for their energetic live shows filled with many different styles of music. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.

Jacob Poole at Taste and See Coffee Shop and Gallery

Taste and See Coffee Shop has seen some success with putting live music in a family-friendly environment on First Fridays. Now, they are stretching out and booking tunes on some of the other days as well. This Friday, they bring Warner Robins native Jacob Poole, who was seen recently on NBC’s “The Voice.” Now, he resides in Los Angeles and has made a trip home to Middle Georgia, with enough time to play a small gig. All ages. 7 p.m. Free.

Nick Sturms at the Crazy Bull

Nick Sturms is best known as the writer of Jared Ashley’s hit song “Last Train To Memphis.” However, he’s been playing guitar for some pretty big names in country since he was 16 years old. Now, he’s working at getting his own career off the ground and he’s bringing his high energy live show to Macon at our newest spot to see live music, the Crazy Bull. 21 and up. 6 p.m. $5.

Saturday, March 1

Macon Pops at the City Auditorium

Macon’s own percussionist extraordinaire, Steve Moretti, and his good friend Matt Catingub created the Macon Pops Orchestra out of their love for music and the city of Macon. This weekend’s performance marks the third and final installment of the first season of the Macon Pops. To celebrate their success in their first season, they have a very special guest joining them for the night, Jo Dee Messina. This country music superstar has charted nine No. 1 singles on the country music chart. All ages. 7:30 p.m. Balcony seats are $10.

Shane Bridges at the Crazy Bull

It’s nothing like having one of your favorite local musicians come back home after playing all over the country and play a show for the home crowd. Shane Bridges is one of our favorites. This singer/songwriter has been stretching his boundaries and reaching new fans. He will be playing his first show at the Crazy Bull on Saturday. 21 and up. 6 p.m. $5.

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