Music This Week March 6th thru 12th

Hey there,
Sorry this is late, I was 10-15 min from finishing yesterday when a storm took out  the electricity and I lost everything so starting over now.
Thank you, thank you, thank you to Jay Braver at for his help  with the website. Jay builds websites and does music videos so if you need  either I highly recommend him. Please check out new look to website and let  me know what you think. I made the border from something very special to me,  know what it is? A lot of the changes Jay helped me with aren’t evident yet. I  will be adding pages where musicians can advertise for other musicians to play  with, a page to buy, sell or swap equipment or services and a few more pages  TBA.
I now have another recorder, a Zoom H1 (still only have 2 working as second  H2 was knocked over and broken for the 3rd time last Fri. Never underestimate the  power of alcohol). If you are interested in helping me record please let me  know.
I will be sending out the info on the Battle of the Bands for the 35th Athens  Human Rights Festival coming up April 27th at Nuci’s Space. There are two  slots avaviable to play on stage at the festival which is on May 4th & 5th. I  have the AHRF committee meeting on Thurs so should have info out by Fri.
Reminder: Artwork for the logo for the AHRF due Mar 14th.
Lots of great music this week and as always it causes me scheduling problems.  At the end of my emails I always put my planned itenerary, if there is a show I’m not  attending that you would like recorded let me know and you can use my second  recorder.
My Don’t Miss of the week is Cosmic Charlie at GATH Fri.
Music recommendations:
Last night’s lost email had Joe Cat and Fester Hagood’s shows listed for last night  as I missed them in my email last week but that is now moot.
Wednesday, March 6
Hendershot’s Coffee Bar 8 p.m.
THE HOBOHEMIANS This six-piece, acoustic band utilizes banjo, ukulele,  flute, accordion, saxophone, piano, various percussion, drums and bass to  perform popular American and European roots music of the 1910s, ’20s and  ’30s: a potent mix of proto-jazz, blues and folk.
Georgia Theatre 8 p.m. $5.
NEW MADRID Echoing and atomspheric, Americana vocals and swift,  proficient guitar plucks.
RUBY THE RABBITFOOT Formerly Ruby Kendrick, this local  singer-songwriter has a sweet voice and prodding, poignant lyrics.
DANA SWIMMER A montage of garage rock with sweet, soulful undertones.
THE WOODGRAINS Local band that plays a blend of funk, rock and soul  featuring three vocalists and charismatic harmonies.
BLUE BLOOD New psych-rock project from Hunter Morris (Gift Horse),  Hank Sullivant (Kuroma) and J.J. Bower (Dead Confederate).
TEDO STONE Rootsy local Americana and folk singer-songwriter with a  touch of psychedelic fuzziness.
USELESS EATERS Nashville-based punk band.
The Melting Point 8 p.m. $5 (adv.), $8 (door).
LITTLE TYBEE Atlanta-based folk band drawing from a variety of influences  like jazz, Tropicalia and even Motown to color its indie-folk pop ballads.
COLORFEELS Nashville “orchpop sextet” playing lush indie-folk, drawing  from the likes of Grizzly Bear and Fleet Foxes.
ADRON The strong, fluttering voice of Atlanta’s Adrienne McCann meanders  through her blend of mellow Tropicalia and low-key jazz.
Thursday, March 7
Hendershot’s Coffee Bar 8 p.m. FREE!
OLD SKOOL TRIO Funk, blues, and jazz featuring Carl Lindberg on bass,  Seth Hendershot on drums and Jason Fuller on keys. Playing original  compositions and the music of The Funky Meters, Dr. John, War, Sly and the  Family Stone, Billy Preston, Stevie Wonder, Funkadelic and more.
Farm 255 11 p.m. FREE!
SAM SNIPER Local alt-country band playing rootsy and heartfelt tunes.
Green Room 12 a.m. FREE!
GOLDBLUES Side project from members of Dank Sinatra.
Flicker Theatre & Bar 9 p.m.
SCOTT LOW AND THE SOUTHERN BOUILLON New project from the  former Efren frontman, featuring Doyle Williams (Rehab), Clint Swords and  Mike Strickland.
CALEB CAUDLE Soulful, alt-country and roots pop.
HALEY DREIS Classicaly trained violinist, branching out with her slick  produced pop, in the style of Sara Bareilles.
Caledonia Lounge 9:30 p.m. $5 (21+) $7 (18-20).
BURNS LIKE FIRE Local, melodic punk rock band with anthemic vocals  comprised of ex-members of Guff, KarbomB, and Celerity.
SWAGGERIN’ GROWLERS Boston band playing harsh folk-punk.
GRIM PICKINS & THE BASTARD CONGREGATION Thrash/punk meets  angry, dark southern blues.
STONE MOUNTAIN FREEWAY “Southern boogie-metal band” playing self  described “epic battle rock.”
THREE’S AWAY Fist pumpin punk rock out of Austin, TX with catchy hooks.
Friday, March 8
Avid Bookshop 7 p.m. FREE!
LEE COULTER Indie-influenced singer-songwriter from Encinitas, CA.
Georgia Theatre 8 p.m. $10.
COSMIC CHARLIE Grateful Dead covers like you’ve never heard before.
Nowhere Bar 10 p.m. FREE! 706-546-4742
ERIK NEIL BAND Local trio playing blues/rock covers and originals.
THE RAYS FEATURING CARLA LEFEVER This band, led by longtime  Athenian LeFever, is back with a new lineup and a new, more rocking sound.
Terrapin Beer Co. 5:30 p.m. FREE!
ROOT SPIRITS Local two-piece blues-rock outfit draws from American roots  music and psychedelia to create an absorbing experience.
Hendershot’s Coffee Bar 8 p.m.
THE GRANFALLOONS Georgians playing sunny Americana with twangy  guitars, the occasional accordion and lots of pop melodies.
Saturday, March 9
Little Kings Shuffle Clubb Athens Slingshot. 7 p.m. $5 (wristband).
KILLICK  Freeform jazz experimentalist Killick Hinds coaxes unconventional sounds  from his H’arpeggione and his “harp guitar,” Big Red.
BRANNEN BURLAND AND SCHULTZ New project from Serson Brannen  (Subliminator), Scott Burland (Duet for Theremin and Lap Steel) and Frank  Schultz.
CRAIG DONGOSKI Atlanta-based multimedia artist and musician.
Hendershot’s Coffee Bar 8 p.m.
KATE MORRISSEY Best known for her dark velvet voice, Morrissey’s  songwriting is literate and sincere, and her conversational live shows come  punctuated with an offbeat sense of humor.
CHRIS MCKAY Local songwriter and Critical Darlings frontman plays a solo  set.
Monday, March 11
Hendershot’s Coffee Bar 8 p.m. FREE!
QUIABO DE CHAPEAU Brazilian funk ensemble out of Atlanta, bringing  dancing and Carnaval to the stage.
The Melting Point 6 p.m. FREE!
THE HOOT Monthly showcase put on by the Athens Folk Music & Dance  Society. Tonight’s show will feature authentic Celtic music from Green Flag,  vintage jazz from Mary Sigalas and her band as well as new group fronted by  Ed Kellough called Appalachian Rhythm. Susan Staley opens and hosts.
Tuesday, March 12
Nowhere Bar Tuesday Night Confessional. 9 p.m. FREE! 706-546-4742
FESTER HAGOOD This local songwriter sings in a soft drawl that accents his  simple, plucked country songs.
DANNY HUTCHENS Bloodkin guitarist plays a solo set of wrenching soul-folk  and rock.
RICK FOWLER Original guitar-driven blues-rock.
REDNECK GREECE Swinging hillbilly honky-tonk straight from the  Appalachian Mountains of North Georgia.
The Melting Point Terrapin Tuesday. 7:30 p.m. $5.
GRASSVILLE Four-piece bluegrass band.
I may not make it out tonight, I’m too far behind and have been chastised buy  a close friend for not getting enough sleep. If I do I will bounce between New  Madrid and The Woodgrains at GATH and Little Tybee at MP. Thurs I get my  metal on with Stone Mountain Freeway. Fri I will try to start with Root Spirits  at Terrapin but definitely will be at COSMIC CHARLIE at GATH. Sat  I’ll be  at Killick and Serson Brannen ‘s sets at Little Kings. Mon I’ll be at The HOOT  at MP. Tues I’ll try to start with Grassville at MP but will be at Tuesday Night  Confessional at Nowhere.
I hope to see y’all at the shows.
Peace and Love,

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