Solid options for weekend before Thanksgiving

 …as seen on HometownHeadlines.com….

 

TONIGHT


Russell McClanahan and the mOOn Crewentertain the Harvest Moon dining room with old time string band sound.

Thomas Tillman is a Georgia-based soulful country performer that will set up shop at 333 on Broad.

FRIDAY

Local artist David Mott will hold an opening ceremony for his month long exhibit at All Things Artistic.

The Moon Roof Bar hosts Jeff Caldwell, singer, songwriter, and guitarist from the Cornbread Killers. He’ll be performing a solo acoustic act on Friday.

Lee Shealy and Alan Smith are the backbone of Backswing, a staple of Rome’s music life. They’ll be performing from a wide catalog of classics at the 400 Block Bar.

333 on Broad will continue to bring fresh talent to Rome. Friday night offers the band Kick Start.

SATURDAY

The Boys & Girls Club of Rome will host a diverse music event at their South Rome location. In conjunction with Shorter College, the community center will offer an international festival of music including local artists like Gary Greene, Seth Turner, In Pursuit and Katrina Barclay.

It’s safe to say that the talent within Thunderbolt Patterson spreads out over multiple instruments and taps into multiple layers of the foundations of the enormous catalog of rock ‘n’ roll music. Old Havana Cigar, with they’re den-like environment and amazing variety of beers is the perfect match for this kind of quality performance.

Christopher Alan Yates is a creative and talented songwriter from the Atlanta area. He’ll be settling in at 333 on Broad for another great night of songwriting.

Warren Adams is a band featuring a variation of members from local rockers 6 Deuce. They’ll be playing at the 400 Block Bar.

MORE MULLINS

-For a more extensive list, please see Bryan Mullins’ Mullinsmania.com

-Listen for Bryan 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.

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