…as seen on HometownHeadlines.com….
The Rome Area Songwriters Association is a collaborative of original songwriters. They will hold their monthly showcase at the Rome Area Council for the Arts‘ gallery on Broad Street. They will feature three of the areas most respected songwriters, Jule Medders, David Elliott and Gary Greene.
Harvest Moon has become a distinct location in Northwest Georgia andRussell McClanahan has no doubt helped them reach that mark. His performances with the legendary Kasper “Stranger” Malone are special to those who saw them. His latest ensemble of talented string musicians has been nothing less than the talk of the town.
El Willie has held Thursday nights at the Old Havana for some time now. His renditions of classic soul, jazz, and r&b have helped shape Old Havana itself.
Kylie Devaron is a local hip-hop songwriter with an arsenal of songs and a battalion of beats. His thoughtful lyrics mesh well with his jazzy approach to his keyboard playing and catalog delivery. At McCrobie’s tonight.
McCrobie’s prepares to unleash the ultimate summer kick off party withShop Boyz, the Grammy-nominated rap group from Atlanta. They shot quickly into stardom with their club hit, “Party Like A Rockstar” and have kept the momentum going with fun high energy rap tracks.
Sam Thacker is a critically acclaimed Atlanta based pop rock artist with some great songs and some great tones. He’s shared the stage with many top radio artists and the quality and aura of studio his recordings are top notch. Sam will play at
333 on Broad, the latest addition to the Broad Street music scene.
The Cornbread Killers are the latest reincarnation of Jeff and Jeff (Caldwell and Bridges), the guitar/drum combo behind Jump the Shark and El Jefe. They’ll return to the Moon Roof Bar this Friday.
Another huge Saturday for Rome. The Rome Symphony Orchestra will be performing film and Hollywood favorites at the Huffman Center at Darlington School.
The Schroeder’s Courtyard will host Karla’s Birthday Blowout featuring all her favorite musicians. The line up is quality and quantity featuring many of Rome’s finest.
CADDLE is one of the finest bands to come out of Birmingham of late with their cranked up Southern rock in the vein of some of Alabama’s finest. They’ll return to McCrobie’s on Saturday for some boot stomping rock.
Many opportunities to see acoustic performances with Cory Tucker at 333 on Broad,
Also: Francisco Vidal at the Peach Palace, and Donnie Hammonds at Opi’s Waterfront. All of the above are consistent crowd pleasers.
ON THE RADIO
Listen for Bryan Mullins of Mullinsmania.com on The Ridge 95.7 FM with Matt D in the Morning just after the 8 a.m. news on Friday. Or catch him just before the news, at 7:50 a.m., with Elizabeth Davis on Talk Radio WLAQ 1410 AM.
And for more, check Bryan’s own site, www.mullinmania.com.