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By Bryan Mullins
Rome Little Theatre will host a special presentation of Clue the Musical for Ladies Night Out at the Historic DeSoto Theatre.
Schroeder’s Courtyard will host the final Poetry Night of the year. This month will feature select writers from this season and also will provide an opportunity for participants to read their poetry.
Russell McClanahan & the mOOn Crew will perform old-time string band music for the dinner crowd at Harvest Moon, which has become a welcome tradition.
Muletide Perkins will be celebrating the arrival of October tonight at the 400 Block Bar with original country blues tunes.
Jon Byrd will perform at 333 on Broad for a dinner show in the back bar. This provides for a great opportunity to wind down and relax to some great tunes and great food. Jon puts on a great show.
Members of the Rome Area Songwriters Association will be celebrating their tenth anniversary in the Schroeder’s Courtyard where it all began. RASA celebrates the talent of original local songwriters and in return has provided a great forum for writers and listeners alike. Congratulations RASA! Those 10 years went fast. Friday’s show will feature many of the longtime members as well as some newer ones.
Atomic Boogie is one of the hottest bands in the Atlanta area when it comes to jump blues and rockabilly swing. They put on a fiery show every time and will be hosting a three band night of rock ‘n’ roll at Broad Street Station. Also sharing the bill are the smoking hot Psycho DeVilles and the country punk sounds of The Suicide Doors.
Cory Tucker is a talented fella who has become a local favorite over the years. He will return to 333 on Broad.
The Moon Roof Bar will host Backswing. Fronted by Lee Shealy and Alan Smith, these guys have an abundance of talent and enjoy playing your favorites.
333 on Broad will have local Southern rock, blues, and country picker Scott Warren. Scott wails on the guitar and fills the room with booming vocals. He also brings an excellent vibe to make for a fun evening.
53 to Nowhere is the hard rock and metal band that was formerly known as Haven. These guys put on a great high energy rock show and will be doing just that Saturday at Broad Street Station.
-More Mullins: Check his website, MullinsMania, for expanded entertainment coverage. Join Mullins and Matt D on The Ridge 95.7 FM weekdays, 7-9 a.m.