Gig guide

June 6, 2014 

Friday June 6th

DJ Dark Shadow at Fresh Produce Records

Fresh Produce Records has a mission. They want to make sure you have plenty of music to listen to. They sell records, cassettes and CDs; and they also put together shows. This Friday they have a lineup of electronic DJs who are putting away the computer and pulling out the vinyl. DJ Dark Shadow will be joined by T-Mouse, Malicious, S3ktor and DJ Choice Cut. All ages. 9 p.m. Free.

Louise Barfield at Little Carnegie of the South

If you’ve studied piano in Macon, the chances are good that you’ve met Louise Barfield. Barfield’s love of the piano started at 6 years old and eventually carried her around the world. Now, the founder and director of Little Carnegie of the South is playing a rare concert to raise funds for a Steinway Concert Grand Piano for the stage at Little Carnegie. All ages. 8 p.m. $100.

Saturday June 7th

Slow Children At Play at Roco’s (Warner Robins)

The Warner Robins nightlife has really started to come alive with more places booking live music. Such is the case with Roco’s (formerly the Galaxy Pub) on Moody Road. Now that they have remodeled and have the place looking great, they are showing off the new digs by bringing in Slow Children At Play. This local band specializes in classic rock and blues, and boy do they love to play! 21 and up. 8 p.m.

Sunday June 8th

AJ Ghent Band at Washington Park

AJ Ghent is probably best known for his work with Macon favorite, Colonel Bruce Hampton, but now he is striking out with his own band. Since 2012, the AJ Ghent Band has been sharing their Southern-influenced soul sound, led by his guitar. Now, they are bringing it to Macon’s favorite outdoor live music event: Second Sunday. This a family friendly event. 6 p.m. Free.

Monday June 9th

Patterson Hood at 619 College St.

Patterson Hood is a founding member of the Drive-By Truckers. He’s coming through town to be a part of the Art Matters symposium with Paste Magazine Editor Josh Jackson at the Cox Capitol Theatre at 2 p.m. Monday. At 6:30 p.m. that evening, Hood will make a rare, intimate, house performance. If you are a big fan of the Drive-By Truckers, this is a chance to hear and interact with Hood in a close setting. This show will be held at 619 College St. 6:30 p.m. $25 in advance; $35 at the door. Go to www.musicambassadors.org for more information and tickets.

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