Gig Guide

June 13, 2014 

Friday, June 13th

Joshua Neal EP Release Party at Sochi Gallery

Joshua Neal has been in the studio during the last few months working with what appears to be an all star cast of Macon artists. Pictures from the sessions have shown Steve Moretti of Macon Pops and local hip-hop favorite Floco Torres in the studio as well. However, the sessions have been kept under wraps, so the first opportunity to hear the songs from Macon’s newest pop artist is this special release party at Sochi Gallery on Second Street in downtown Macon. 7 p.m. 18 and up. Free.

Crane at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

Crane is a rock band from Atlanta with many musical influences. However, the foundation that all those influences are built upon is Southern rock. Known for “getting nasty” with their music in their live performances, this high-energy show is sure to make you move. 10 p.m. 21 and up. $5.

Sunday, June 15

Geoff Achinson at the 567 Center for Renewal

Melbourne, Australia, is not what comes to mind when you think of blues music. However, that’s where Geoff Achinson calls home. His blues playing talents earned him the highly respected Albert King Award for “Most Promising Guitarist” in 1995 and that was followed by a Gibson Guitars endorsement. If you love to hear really good guitar playing, this is the show for you. 7 p.m. All ages. $20.

Tuesday, June 17

Snow Wite and Nu Depth at Fresh Produce Records

Fresh Produce Records on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in downtown Macon was the recent recipient of a grant from the Knight Foundation to help bring independent music to Macon. Their shows bring fresh, new styles to Macon that wouldn’t have a place to play otherwise, and this one is no exception. Snow Wite is an underground pop act, while Nu Depth is an avant garde electronic act. They will be joined by electronic DJ Svengali and Macon’s own Gurgle Twins. 9 p.m. All ages. Free.

Thursday, June 19

The Dirty Guv’nahs and JuBee and the Morning After at Cox Capitol Theatre

The Georgia Theatre has been working with the Cox Capitol Theatre to bring some pretty exciting music to Macon. This time they bring a favorite, the Dirty Guv’nahs from Knoxville, Tennessee, and team them up with hometown favorites, JuBee and the Morning After. This night of roots rock meets funk is sure to be one of the best nights of music we’ve seen in awhile. Doors open at 7 p.m. Under 18 must be accompanied by a guardian. $12-$15.

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