Gig Guide

March 14, 2014 

Honey Cut

Friday at Jus One More (Warner Robins)

There are many people who pick up acoustic guitars and start playing and singing. It can be fun, but sometimes it feels like you’ve heard it all before. However, every now and then someone plays and it’s a different experience. The songs the player chooses are songs you love and don’t hear too often. The originals are well written. And the guitar playing is superb. That’s how I feel when I hear Brandon Hunnicutt. So when he gathers his acoustic band, Honey Cut, for a happy hour performance, it’s a must see. 6 p.m. 21 and up. Free.

Michael Ray

Friday at the Crazy Bull

Michael Ray has been working hard on the new country scene. This Florida boy has been playing shows all over the Southeast. He has opened for Darryl Worley, Rodney Atkins and Jeff Bates. Now, he brings his fun loving, country good times to Macon at the newest place to hear live country downtown, the Crazy Bull. 6 p.m. 21 and up. $5.

Southbound Mojo

Saturday at Billy’s Clubhouse

When a group of fun guys get together to play music, you can’t help but get swept up in the good times. That’s exactly what to expect when you go to see Southbound Mojo this weekend. Let the good times roll as these guys take you on a trip through all your rock ’n’ roll and country favorites. These Warner Robins guys bring the party with them. 10 p.m. 21 and up. Free.

“Stained Glass”

Sunday at the Grand Opera House

“Stained Glass” has become the premier event in interpretive dance here in Macon. Pilar Wilder and Hayiya Dance Theatre have been wowing audiences with their moves and music in their “Stained Glass” shows for three years now. This year’s performance is based on the poems of James Weldon Johnson’s “God’s Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse.” Proceeds will benefit the Hayiya Dance Theatre Inc. Scholarship Fund. 7 p.m. All ages. $15.

Kickin’ Brass

Monday at Fickling Hall, Mercer University

I love horns. To me, nothing beats a song with horns in it. So, when there is a group like the Mercer University Faculty Brass Quintet playing a concert, I get giddy. How can you top a band made up of two trumpets, a French Horn, a trombone and a tuba? This concert will feature a “wild” collection of brass pieces, and they will debut a surprise new work for the quintet. 7:30 p.m. All ages. Free.

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