FRIDAY AT THE CRAZY BULL
This Georgia-born singer-songwriter is affectionately called “TT” by his friends, family and fans. Now, TT is living in Nashville where his most recent song, “Woman’s Touch,” can be heard on Sony recording artist Casey James’ newest album. As a big fan of Otis Redding and soul music, he refers to his style of country as “soultry” -- a mixture of soul and country. 18 and up. 8 p.m. $5.
FRIDAY AT THE COX CAPITOL THEATRE
The final installment of the Blues, Brews, and BBQ concert series could prove to be quite the finale. Orlando, Florida’s Selwyn Birchwood is signed to Alligator Records. His guitar playing has taken the blues world by storm, even winning the coveted Albert King Guitarist of the Year award. John Nemeth is a double threat, wielding a harmonica and a blues voice that has taken him on tour around the world with Junior Watson. Under 18 must be accompanied by a guardian. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 and include a barbecue buffet from Georgia Bob’s.
FRIDAY AT THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE
It just wouldn’t be the holidays without hearing Christmas music from John Berry. His national Christmas tour is 17 years old this year. It all stems from his 1995 Christmas album “O Holy Night.” Even though Berry is an accomplished country musician, earning gold and platinum albums and even a Grammy Award nomination, his Christmas tour is special, and loved by many. All ages. 7:30 p.m. $37.
SATURDAY AT THE HUMMINGBIRD STAGE AND TAPROOM
What started as three music school friends looking for a creative outlet has turned into an up and coming, Atlanta-based, six-piece outfit. They are known to bend and twist many different styles into one, pulling from progressive-rock, funk, jazz, Latin and more to create their unique sound. 18 and up. 10 p.m. $5.
SATURDAY AT BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE
So what happens when you take members from several local bands and turn them loose on stage together? You get a good time right before the holiday season kicks into full gear! Billing themselves (hilariously) as Some of Stone Puppy, Dennishall and the Halls of Music, you will see Rick Ramage, Emily Hall, Stoney Dennis, Richard Stembridge, Joe Anderson and Bobby Hall playing cool jams and creating good vibes. 21 and up. 10 p.m. Free.