Saturday at Yesterdaze (Warner Robins)
Warner Robins continues to book more live music making the weekends in Middle Georgia even better with more options. This weekend, Southbound Mojo takes the stage at Yesterdaze on Moody Road in Warner Robins. Southbound Mojo is an incredibly fun band, covering every type of music possible. Lets face it, no one really listens to just one genre of music any more. We all love a little bit of everything. Southbound Mojo uses that to their advantage covering everything from classic rock and country to Outkast, creating a refreshing live show. 9:30 p.m. 21 and up. $5.
Saturday at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom
Aint no party like a Big House party! So when they put together a birthday party to celebrate the birthdays of Hurly and David Bard, they did it right. Freddys Finest and Electric Codpiece will be getting down on the Hummingbird stage. Now thats how to celebrate a Summer Solstice in Middle Georgia, with some great Southern rock! 10 p.m. 18 and up. $5.
Brandon Brains and Kid Dead
Sunday at Grants Lounge
This night of underground hip-hop is just right for fans of MCs with lyrics with more depth than what is normally heard on the radio. Brandon Brains, from Tennessee, is playing shows to promote his new album Snake Hands. He will be joined by a great cast of hip-hop talent, including Kid Dead, Profound Breadth, a DJ set from Macons own B3, and quite possibly even a short performance by Floco Torres. 8 p.m. 21 and up. $5.
Black Taxi and Good Night Alive
Tuesday at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom
Get ready for a night of pop-punk music in Macon as New Yorks Black Taxi takes the stage along with Middle Georgias own Good Night Alive. Black Taxi has been making waves across the country with their upbeat sound and a style that falls somewhere between the Talking Heads and Daft Punk. Good Night Alive keeps the energy going as their style is very danceable and infectious. This another great show put together by TheBlueIndian.com. 10 p.m. 18 and up. Free.
Mandolin and Banjo Workshop
Sunday at Young American Music Schools (6361 Zebulon Road)
Have you been learning to play the mandolin or the banjo? Do you want to take your skills to the next level? There is no better place to learn than at Young American Music Schools, here in Macon, during this special workshop. The class will be taught by former National Banjo Champion James McKinney and two time National Mandolin Champion Bruce Graybill. After class, they will perform together for the group. Designed for intermediate to advanced players. Class begins at 7 p.m. Arrive 30 minutes early to register and tune your instrument. $25.