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You can stream the Bright Eyes’ front mans forthcoming album in its entirety via NPR’s “First Listen.” Conor Oberst’s new album, Salutations, comes out March 17 and he’ll be at the Cox Capitol Theatre on Sunday, March 19!

Happy Hour Daily 2-8 2-4-1 drinks - $2 Domesticss $4 Pizzas all day Sunday!

Monday $1 Wells

GO HEAR LIVE MUSIC FRIDAY 17

SATURDAY 18

20’s Pub

AP’S HIDEAWAY

8 p.m. Never a cover

BIG DADDY & CO.

Billy’s Clubhouse 10 p.m. $5 cover

ST. PATRICK’S DAY WITH OPPOSITE BOX

Opposite Box is a genre-bending experimental rock band from Chattanooga, TN known for high energy live shows and a seamless blend of psychedelic jazz, progressive rock and dirty funk – dubbed “Belligerent Jungle Funk” – that is often compared to acts like Frank Zappa, Mr. Bungle and Parliament Funkadelic.

COX CAPITOL THEATRE 8 p.m. $8 adv

JERRY GARCIA BAND COVER BAND

JGBCB has been filling a hole in the Grateful Dead scene by offering up spirited covers of classic songs pulled exclusively from the repertoire of the Jerry Garcia Band, Garcia’s long-running side-project.

THE CRAZY BULL

8 p.m. $5 at the door DANIEL LEE BAND Music born of the south and the everyday life, that motto is not hype, it’s how the DLB lives and inspires the music they create.

THE HUMMINGBIRD 10 p.m. $5

ST. PATRICK’S DAY WITH BROADCAST 90 Known for their ability to sound exactly like your favorite 90’s rock radio hits Broadcast 90 specializes in replicating the studio recordings of the 90’s rock genre - bringing them to life on stage in an authentic concert experience.

WILD WING CAFE 8 p.m. Never a cover STEVE AND DAVE Local duo playing sing along favorites.

8 p.m. Never a cover THE SKEETERZ Local favorite comprised of Macon music veterans playing Classic and Southern Rock. Join us for the Abate Chili Cook-Off from 12-4! Big Mike will be playing on the patio. (rain date March 25)

Billy’s Clubhouse 10 p.m. $5 cover

It was destined to be for this north central Florida boy with fond memories of sleeping back stage in his dad’s guitar case. Coming from a large network of musicians, surrounded by music from both sides of his mom & dad’s family, Jamie came to learn at an early age that he too was blessed with the gift of music.

COX CAPITOL THEATRE

THE HUMMINGBIRD

KANE BROWN Twenty-two year old Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. native, Kane Brown shot to the top of the charts after independently releasing his viral sensation “Used To Love You Sober” to digital retailers. Named an “Artist To Watch” by Billboard, HITS and Huffington Post, Brown developed an underground swell of rabid fans by posting original and cover songs to his personal social media channels. After joining forces with RCA Nashville in January 2016, Brown answered fans demands and released “Used To Love You Sober” to country radio as his debut single. Brown is currently out on his first headlining tour with 35+ sold out shows and joins Florida Georgia Line on tour this summer. His EP, Chapter 1, releases on March 18.

THE CRAZY BULL

8 p.m. $5 at the door JAMIE DAVIS From literally sleeping in a guitar case back stage to headlining shows, Jamie Davis, singer, song writer and guitar player grew up with music.

Karaoke 9pm

Live Music 3/17: St. Patty’s Day with Opposite Box 3/18: Southbound Mojo 3/24: Matt Brantley Band 3/25: Broadcast 90 3/31: Matt Pippin Duo 4/1: Matt Moncrief & Friends

BASSORAMA

with a rock edge. You can hear great tunes from top country artist to the bad ass rock songs you love.

8 p.m. $20 adv / $25 at the door

Trivia 7:30!

Tues/Sun

FRESH PRODUCE MUSIC HALL 9 p.m. $5 We have a Fire Line up of Bass Legends, bringing the Big tunes to vibrate your chest cavity! We will have a special Sound and Light set up for this event! 8+ Subwoofers! Be ready!

SOUTHBOUND MOJO Playing all the hits

Wednesday

10 p.m. $5 at the door OPPOSITE BOX Opposite Box is a genre-bending experimental rock band from Chattanooga, TN known for high energy live shows and a seamless blend of psychedelic jazz, progressive rock and dirty funk – dubbed “Belligerent Jungle Funk”

WILD WING CAFE 9:30 p.m. Never a cover THROTTLE 21 Live music

SUNDAY 19 CAPITOL THEATRE 8 p.m. $5 adv / $7 at the door

CONOR OBERST Writing and recording music since 1993, he has recorded and performed in many bands and musical collaborations most notably Bright Eyes, his main musical vehicle for the past decade. Oberst is back creating, with his new album Salutations out March 17 and Macon is lucky to have this talent. Get your tickets in advance, this show will sell out.

WEDNESDAYS & SUNDAYS 9PM - 1:30AM

Hosted by

Johnny Hollingshed & Dawn Davis

$5 ADMISSION INCLUDES ONE FREE DRINK!

WHERE MUSICIANS COME TO PLAY!

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GRANT’S LOUNGE 576 Poplar Street Downtown Macon

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The 11th Hour: March 17-31, 2017  

The Soul of Central Georgia

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