Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
…as seen on HometownHeadlines.com…
The lowdown on downtown Rome entertainment
By Bryan Mullins of Mullinsmania.com
Scott Warren & the Collard Green Berets will be performing soulful country and Southern rock at Opi’s Buck & Duke Saloon. Warren is an amazing guitarist and singer and his band gets down with him and allows him to really get into his craft.
Russell McClanahan & the mOOn Crew will return to the Harvest Moon dining room for an evening of old time string band music with a modern twist that has become a favorite in Rome’s music scene.
Rome Little Theatre presents the Christmas musical Babes in Toyland in the Historic DeSoto Theatre. There are only six opportunities to catch these performances. This Friday, Saturday, and Sunday matinee this week and next.
Stevie Monce will return to 333 on Broad to play acoustic rock songs.
Buck & Duke holds down the fort over at Opi’s Buck & Duke Saloon. These guys play original Southern rock and country.
The 14 to 20 year old Open Mic Night at All Things Artistic will be held from 7 to 9pm. The 21 and up Open Mic will begin at 9 and go till 12. Song, poetry, prose, comedy, etc, are all welcome to attend.
The Rome Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Rome City Auditorium, presenting Handel’s “Messiah”. They’ll be joined by the Shorter College Chorale and Chorus. The RSA will also perform “Trumpet Sonata”, “Greensleeves”, and “Christmas Concerto”.
The local guitar guru duo, better known as Thunderbolt Patterson, will bring their catalog of great originals and rare covers back to the 400 Block Bar for a night of great sounds.
Local singer/songwriter Cory Tucker will play and sing acoustic at 333 on Broad, Rome’s acoustic lounge.
Atlanta alternative act Breaking Vegas will perform an all ages show at McCrobie’s. The band has just recently released a new ep.
The Dry County Band will bring Southern rock to Opi’s Buck & Duke Saloon.
Mr. Mean’r, one of Northwest Georgia’s premier party bands will return to Peach Palace.
-For a more extensive list, please see Bryan Mullins’ Mullinsmania.com