Open Mic Night
Every Monday, 8:30 PM to 11:45 PM
Open Mic every Monday, rain or shine! Sign up at 8pm sharp. Music starts at 8:30, ends at 12am. The sign-up sheet and event are located in the courtyard. 21 & up - Performers or guests under 21 accompanied by parents/guardians- great.
Friday, August 3, 2018, 8:30 PM to 11:30 PM
Boothby - Lead Vocals
Jeremy - Lead Guitar
Matt - Bass
Brad - Percussion
Neal - Rhythm Guitar
Brunswick - Saint Simons Island, GA
Friday, August 10, 2018, 8:30 PM to 11:45 PM
We are Young Americans, a band hailing from the Golden Isles of Georgia, formed in early 2016. We've been keeping the dance floor hopping with songs from the '60s to today, from classic rock to modern pop, hip hop, and R&B. .
The Pine Box Dwellers
Saturday, August 18, 2018, 7:30 PM to 11:45 PM
The Pine Box Dwellers are a musical family of friends from Waycross, GA. With their unique blend of "Swampadelic" Americana the Pine Box Dwellers take you on a free wheeling trip through a distorted fun house of southern rock archetypes that never stray in to parody, thanks to their spot on skill. Front man Sean Clark"s songs are well crafted stories that the band breaks down and rebuilds with impressive virtuosity.
Saturday, September 1, 2018, 8:30 PM to 11:45 PM
With their third European tour under the belt, three full-length albums including a fourth nearing completion, and a gravitational pull to their growing fan base down every American highway, the Vegabonds are on a musical pilgrimage to spread the gospel of pure, unadulterated New South Rock.
Some might assert that their sound is Americana, while others may consider them to be true rock ‘n’ rollers. Regardless of what fans like to call them, the Alabama-born, Nashville-bred quintet is pulling themselves up by the bootstraps just in time for 2018, forging ahead into the future by avoiding pigeon holes.
A group of five musicians with myriad influences between them, The Vegabonds are fronted by lead vocalist and songwriter Daniel Allen, with Richard Forehand (lead guitar/vocals), Paul Bruens (bass), Beau Cooper (keys/vocals), and Bryan Harris (drums) rounding out the quintet.
The Vegabonds released their critically acclaimed record, “What We’re Made Of,” with the help of Grammy-nominated producer Tom Tapley, whose portfolio includes that of Elton John and Bruce Springsteen, among others. Tapley returned to record The Vegabonds’ latest single, “Long Haired Country Boy,” now available on iTunes and Spotify.
“Long Haired Country Boy” gives listeners a taste of the upcoming album slated for early next year as they breathe new life into the Charlie Daniels Band’s country classic. Their modernized rendition of this legendary ballad pays homage to the hard-working, blue-collar lifestyle of the Deep South, but with an electrified, psychedelic intensity that only The Vegabonds can conceive. As they steadily become one of the most sought after, highly-acclaimed Southern Rock bands in music, The Vegabonds’ roots run deep, even alongside the fan base having now extended across the U.S. and Europe. Their devotion to music and their tireless tour schedule illustrates their laser-sharp focus on growing into one of the biggest names out of Nashville, while never forgetting their humble beginnings.
The Vegabonds got their start in 2009 by playing the college circuit across the Southeastern United States. Their popularity quickly burgeoned to the point that they found their fans singing along word-for-word to their first hits like “Georgia Fire” and “American Eyes.” From Ole Miss to South Carolina, students were buzzing about The Vegabonds’ authentic sound and their seemingly effortless ability to bring the house down. Through pure word of mouth, the group’s fan base grew rapidly, and the guys learned they had something distinctive with their eclectic mix of Southern Rock, Country, and earnest songwriting.
With a sound reminiscent of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers mixed with the grit and twang of the Allman Brothers Band, The Vegabonds give their fans a sensational performance with powerhouse guitar riffs and impactful songwriting night after night. Their hard work and unbridled talents have not gone unnoticed; the group has opened for such notable acts as Lynyrd Skynyrd, the late Gregg Allman, and Kid Rock, among others. Rousing performances at festivals like Peach Fest, Magnolia Fest, Sunfest, and Toadlick grew their notoriety nationwide, leading to a west coast tour that formed in-roads with the music and comedy community in Los Angeles. It’s no wonder that Live for Live Music has compared them to musical legends like My Morning Jacket and The Black Crowes, calling them “a force to be reckoned with,” complete with “gorgeous harmonies and impressive instrumental skills mak[ing] for a perfect combination.”
Born in Alabama. Bred in Nashville. Seasoned by the Road. Celebrated the world over. Come let your hair down with The Vegabonds.
Jordan Matthew Young Band
Friday, September 7, 2018, 8:30 PM to 11:45 PM
Jordan Matthew Young has shared the stage with the likes of ZZ Top, Shooter Jennings, Lukas Nelson, James Harman, Samantha Fish, Tinsley Ellis, John Németh, Indigenous, Kyle Gass Band, Shook Twins, Walter Parks, Eric McFadden, Jared James Nichols and is the proud winner of Album of the Year and Best Rock Band and was runner up for Band of the Year and Best Blues Band in the 2016 Best of Utah Music Awards
The back-to-basics blues rock sound of Jordan Matthew Young, formerly Candy's River House started out as little more than an idea while Roosevelt-born Young spent his early 20s learning to play—and live—the blues in Tennessee. Candy's River House became the band it is now when Young returned to Utah and enlisted drummer Joey Davis and bassist Nathan Simpson to round out a powerful trio. Another Night, produced by Mike Sasich, is a thrilling, soulful 9-track dose of bluesy moans, beefy riffs, tight, towering rhythms and Young's masterful songwriting. It's a loud, proud record that appeals to fans of blues-based classic rock like Free and early ZZ Top, and relatively newer bands like Gov't Mule, The Black Crowes and The Black Keys. And, since it adheres to the old unspoken 9-tracks-per-platter rule, it's easy to enjoy in one sitting, with headphones unplugged and the volume cranked.–RH, KB City Weekly
The Orrange Constant
Friday, October 12, 2018, 8:00 PM to 11:30 PM
The Orange Constant formed in August 2012 and quickly made a name for themselves in Statesboro, GA. Now, The Orange Constant resides in Athens, GA and performs in venues all over the Southeast and continues to grow their fan-base with their contemporary yet vintage rock/jam sound. TOC recorded their debut album, Time to Go, with Grammy nominated producer John Keane (REM, Widespread Panic) which was released June 19th, 2015. Time to Go has garnered praise from many publications, including Relix Magazine, who included TOC in their “On the Verge” column in the October-November 2015 issue. Shortly after, TOC joined the Homegrown Music Network whose roster includes acts such as Lotus, the Motet, Dangermuffin, and Big Something. In addition, they have played on bills that include TAUK, Perpetual Groove, CBDB, Ripe, Atlas Road Crew, and Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band.
They recorded their second album titled Point of Reference at Chase Park Transduction with Drew Vandenberg (of Montreal, Kishi Bashi, Mothers) in late 2016. Point of Reference released on March 24th, 2017 and is now available on iTunes, Spotify, Bandcamp, and here on the official website. Point of Reference was also featured in Relix Magazine’s “On the Verge” column in March of 2018.
The Orange Constant draws influence from many different styles to create a musical experience that is new and unique. The Orange Constant thrives on creating songs that differ from one another and possess their own inspired character. Their songs follow no specific writing format, allowing the band to run with any ideas that bring the music to life. Fans are often drawn to their ability to meld progressive composition and improvisation with a pop-like sensibility. The band’s lyrics often include content that reveals personal values and experiences. This allows the band to groove with meaning and depth. Being influenced by bands such as My Morning Jacket, Widespread Panic, and Incubus, TOC focuses their energy on live performances that resonate deeply with the audience. The band consists of Andrew Brantley (guitar/vocal), Nickalous Benson (guitar/vocal), Tyler Walker (bass/vocal), Chris Freiberg (keyboard), and Sam Groveman (drums),
“Eclectic rock n’ roll, everything from blissful southern rock and indie jams to urban funk.” – Grant Purvis (Point of Reference review)
“The Orange Constant’s confident and polished debut album Time to Go is laden with connective riffs and melodious charm. Much of the album evokes a 70’s FM AOR vibe, without appearing self conscious” – Larson Sutton, Relix Magazine
Saturday, October 20, 2018, 8:30 PM to 11:45 PM
Remedy Tree is an Americana/folk band from St Augustine FL. Their lyric driven energy filled songs fill their melodious harmonies with a renewed sense of drive as they intertwine roots Americana music, bluegrass, and old-time music. Gabriel Acevedo, a singer/songwiter, Florida State Fiddle champion and guitar player from Umatilla FL started writing songs at a young age and formed several bluegrass bands with his brother Obed Acevedo spanning from 2008-2014. Gabriel formed Remedy in the Summer of 2015 with his wife Abigail Acevedo. Their sound has grown as they've honed in on original content, drawing influences from contemporary and traditional artists alike such as Old Crow Medicine show, Mandolin Orange, and The Avett Brothers. Remedy Tree currently consists of Gabriel Acevedo(Fiddle, Guitar), Abigail Acevedo(Guitar, Bass), Aaron Morse(Mandolin) and Benny McDowell (Banjo). They currently tour locally and across state lines alike playing small venues, and festivals, promoting their latest EP release Juncture #1.