Friday, March 26th, 2010
Russell McClanahan & the mOOn Crew are a group of talented individuals of all ages that get together every Thursday night and pay homage to that old time string band music by playing classics, originals, and modern tunes in that style. They perform every Thursday evening for the dinner crowd at Harvest Moon.
Muletide Perkins will set up at the 400 Block Bar in order to play some acoustic country blues originals and have a grand ol’ time.
Trivia with Ben has moved to Thursday evenings at the Moon Roof Bar.
How on earth does one record over 150 hit records in a career? Somehow four-time Grammy winner and Country Music Hall of Fame legend, George Jones, has managed to do just that. In a career that has been rocky and rewarding, Jones has managed to become one of the most well known and respected musicians in American culture. He’ll be performing this Friday night at The Forum to a packed crowd, no doubt.
Local favorite Scott Warren & the Collard Green Berets will be performing at 333 on Broad into the night. George Jones fans will have the opportunity to follow up with one of
This is the final weekend of
All Things Artistic will hold an open mic night for anyone who wants to share their talents. Songwriting, poetry, prose, comedy, or any talent you have to share is fair game.
The Red Ruckus is a young banjo and fiddle combo that picks that old time string band music. They will perform at Café 212 in Rockmart.
Mr. Mean’r has been playing some fantastic shows at Kilroy’s Bar in VFW Post 4911 on the
Corey Smith is an up and coming country artists that has been coming up fast. He’s been selling out shows all over the Southeast and his latest album, Keeping Up With the Joneses, shows no signs of him slowing down. He’ll be packing out The Forum this Saturday evening. Kind of interesting that one of his biggest influences will be performing there the night before. I bet that’s a good feeling.
Tyler Reeve is an