Gig Guide

July 4, 2014 

Death On Two Wheels

Friday at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom

It’s been awhile since Death On Two Wheels has stopped by Macon. This band manages to remind you of a ’70s rock band while at the same time making you think this style is brand new. Their range of influences cross a broad spectrum of musical genres and they are able to roll all those styles into a sound that is all their own. 18 and up. 10 p.m. $5.


Friday at Shadows

Macon’s DJs have really been pushing the boundaries lately, playing music that is not typically heard at the clubs in Middle Georgia. DJ B3 is hosting a new monthly event called “Luxury,” which is a night of classy listening. Party people are encouraged to dress their best as they are treated to a night of electro, dubstep, disco, salsa and more. 18 and up. 10 p.m. $15; $10 with college ID.

Old Man Shoes

Saturday at Billy’s Clubhouse

Old Man Shoes from Warner Robins is a fun band. This group of very talented musicians will have you rocking out to songs that you may have forgotten from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. They aren’t content with just playing the hits you know -- though you’ll hear that, too. They reach deep into their favorite artists’ catalogs for some great songs that never made it to the radio. 21 and up. 10 p.m.

The Double Barrel Band

Saturday at the Fish N’ Pig

It’s not Independence Day weekend in Middle Georgia unless you spend some time on the lake with some good food. Well, you can get that fix taken care of at the Fish N’ Pig and hear some great country music at the same time. The Double Barrel Band from Cochran has been performing country, Southern rock and Elvis favorites since 1978. All ages. 7 p.m. Free.

Poetic Peace

Wednesday at Midtown Key Club

Poetic Peace has been delivering a laid back vibe for more than 10 years. DJ Ron, just coming off a great performance at the Over-Do, holds down the vibe with chill tunes. Founder and host Y-O Latimore keeps the crowd mellow, while spoken word artists take the stage to perform their latest pieces. It’s always a fun evening. 21 and up. 8 p.m. $5.

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