Gig Guide

March 7, 2014 

Friday March 7

First Friday Bluegrass Celebration at the Library Ballroom

To say that Macon has a love affair with bluegrass music would be an understatement. Maconites turn out for a bluegrass event! This First Friday, the Library Ballroom brings two great bands to help us celebrate our favorite day of the month: the Recycled Grass band from Lizella, and the Dark Hollow House Band from right here in Macon featuring Dustin Murdock. 5:30 p.m. $5.

The Electric Sons at Grant’s Lounge

The Blue Indian keeps Macon informed with what is happening in the indie-rock scene. For this First Friday, they are bringing the Electric Sons from Atlanta, Mike Main & the Branches from Lansing, Mich., and Good Night Alive, a new band from Macon featuring Bobby McCullough and Zach Horton. 7 p.m. $5 for ages 21 and older; $10 for ages 18-20.

Chartreuse and Trendlenberg at Fresh Produce Records

Are you the type of music lover who loves to hear small bands while they are still in the early stages of their careers? Fresh Produce Records is providing a chance for you to hear some bands that you wouldn’t hear anywhere else as they pass through the area. Chartreuse is coming in from Athens. They will be joined by I Want My Mtv, Trendlenberg and Josh McGinty. All ages. 9 p.m. Free.

Saturday March 8

Tommy Talton and the Mike Veal Band at the Douglass Theatre

Tommy Talton is known and loved by fans of the Capricorn Records catalog. He was a key member of the band Cowboy and played with just about all of the big names from the label. Now, Tommy Talton is touring with his own band and released his most recent album on Hittin’ The Note Records in 2012. He’ll be joined by the Mike Veal Band from Atlanta. If you made it to the Douglass for the Jack Hall benefit concert, then you surely remember the Mike Veal Band’s performance. All ages. 8 p.m. $20 in advance.

Outshyne at the Crazy Bull

It’s been awhile since I’ve heard of Outshyne playing in Middle Georgia, which is a shame because this area could be hot spot for them. I can imagine lots of young country music fans would love their style of music. They released their second album, “Starting Over,” last year and it debuted at No. 11 on the iTunes charts. 21 and up. 6 p.m. $5.

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