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Scott Boyer and NC Thurman

FRIDAY AT THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND MUSEUM AT THE BIG HOUSE

Capricorn fans may recognize Scott Boyer as a member of Cowboy and his work with many other Southern rock and soul greats. Now Boyer is living in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, still writing songs and playing music. NC Thurman is also living in Muscle Shoals, and during the years has been in session or on stage with numerous Southern rock, country and soul artists. Now, Boyer and Thurman are teaming up for an evening of great Southern music. All ages. 5 p.m. $10.

Louise Warren

FRIDAY AT THE COFFEE CUP (900 CARROLL ST., PERRY)

When Louise Warren grabs her guitar and starts to sing, you can’t help but fall in love with the music, the voice and the songs. A young, up-and-coming songwriter, Warren has a tender heart full of love and it comes through in her music. A favorite of the singer-songwriter scene in Macon, now Warren is spreading the First Friday vibe in Perry at the Coffee Cup. All ages. 6:30 p.m. Free.

Joey Stuckey Trio

FRIDAY AT THE LIBRARY BALLROOM

Joey Stuckey is a busy man these day. He’s operating Shadow Recording Studios in downtown Macon. He also does a local music television segment called Studio 41. With all of that going on, he still finds time to play with his trio. The trio will perform songs that pull from their influences such as Stevie Wonder, the Beatles, John Mayer and many more. All ages. 7:45 p.m. $5.

FRIDAY AT COX CAPITOL THEATRE

Whiskey Myers has been called “every day soul rebel music.” It’s a pretty good way of summing up their style of Southern rock. They have been gaining a following across the country with the help of their song, “Ballad of a Southern Man.” Della Mae is a group of bluegrass loving young ladies. However, their style doesn’t just stop there. They also dip into some country and mountain music styles. Doors open at 7 p.m. Under 18 must be accompanied by a guardian. $10; free with a college ID.

Madre Padre

SATURDAY AT THE HUMMINGBIRD STAGE AND TAPROOM

Loud, hard driving, rock ’n’ roll; that is simply the best way to describe Macon’s Madre Padre. This quartet has made their mark on Macon’s music scene and have become a “must see” band among those in the know here in Macon. The will be joined by Brother Hawk, a blues-rock band from Atlanta, and the emo-rock band Dresden from Warner Robins. 18 and up. 10 p.m. $5.

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