Wednesday, November 26th, 2008
This year I am very thankful for many things, one of which is that our downtown nightlife is once again full of vitality. And, every year partiers all over the country consider Thanksgiving weekend an extended weekend, starting with Wednesday.
Jon Byrd performs acoustic country rock at McCrobie’s for the dinner crowd.
The Moon Roof Bar hosts the songwriting talent of David Bell, who also dips deep into the pool of rare rock covers.
The Pollard Greens Jazz Quartet adds a twist to the evening with live jazz at Bistro 239.
McCrobie’s will have the alternative rock blaring from the sounds of Point O Eight, one of
Kneckdown will be playing at The Pear as the original acoustic two-piece that they started out as years ago at that same venue.
Friday night brings the Return of the Jedi, or Red Eye Jedi to Club Peach in their first show in over two years.
Buck & Duke will perform an acoustic show at The Pear. Those guys have it down acoustic or electric.
Clayton Jones & The Mad Poets will be hosting a night of great originals and choice songwriting classics. These guys have been on a tear in November.
Another Fine Mess will be rocking the crowd at McCrobie’s.
Capt. Soularcat is always good to
Thunderbolt Patterson is guaranteed quality picking and playing, as I’ve said many times. Saturday they will be at Opi’s Waterfront to keep on crunching out the best.
Michael Jack will be performing acoustic country rock at The Pear.