The Music – April 2018
THE MUSIC Local & Live
Just returned from a trip to Northern Ireland where there’s proof music is a common bond between all of us! It was a joy to hear traditional Irish tunes, rock & roll, blues, alternative & some of the best traditional country music including classics from George Jones. For this month’s music calendar here in Coweta County, all genres are highlighted and all levels of musicians and songwriters are featured. Thank you for supporting your local music scene by attending a show and sharing your favorite music. You are a source of inspiration to these artists and one of the main reasons they love what they do. See you out at a show soon!
19 W Court Square, Newnan
April 13, 9 p.m. II Tone Def No Cover
April 14, 7 p.m. Paige McCauley Band
18 & over $7.00 cover / students accompanied by an adult $5.00 cover
*Paige is an accomplished award winning singer/songwriter along with her professional band members she presents a fantastic quality show featuring country, americana, original and cover tunes.
April 20, 9:00 p.m. Kris Youmans Band $7.00 cover
*Country, roots, western swing a tight band playing everything from Bonnie Raitt to the Mavericks, from Lefty Frizzell & Hank Williams Sr. to Kasey Musgraves- joined by special guests Sober Up Pussycat & Fourth Degree
April 21, 9:30 p.m. The Bitteroots $5.00 cover
*The Bitteroots is an Atlanta based original-jam-rock band with blues & roots influences. Laura Dees provides powerful soulful lead vocals to this band who’s been compared to Janis Joplin, Tedeschi Trucks & Melissa Etheridge.
April 28, 9.00 p.m. Rock Band Karaoke
THE CELLAR / The Bays at The Firestone
20 Jefferson Street, Newnan
April 12 Michael Zaib *Louisiana born & Georgia raised, American singer/songwriter Zaib brings soul, country, folk & R&B to his originals, touring extensively with two great albums to his name.
April 13 Wild Eyed Dream
April 14 The Four T’s
April 19 Ray & Rebecca
April 20 David Pippin Trio *Based out of Carrollton, Ga. David Pippin not only commands the stage with his virtuoso guitar skills , he plays to the audience with ease presenting everything from dinner music, to the blues and beyond.
April 21 Adam Patterson
April 26 Daniel Toole
April 27 Slim and None
2808 Ga Hwy 54, Peachtree City
April 13 9 p.m. Second Time Around
April 14 8 p.m. Southern Jam Night
April 19 8 p.m. Open Hoot
April 20 9 p.m. Meanzville
April 21 9 p.m. Lerogie
April 27 9 p.m. White Noise
April 28 9 p.m. Two Broke Kings
28 S. Court Square, Newnan
April 20, 7 p.m. NEWNAN UNPLUGGED featuring Callista Clark, Brake McGaughey, & Parker Crutchfield
*Come celebrate unity with our shops & venues in downtown Newnan 5-10 p.m.
April 21 It’s International Record Store Day! 8 a.m. until closing
80 Newnan Station Drive Newnan
April 13, 9 p.m. Nathan Morgan Band
April 14, 8 p.m. Michelle Malone CD Release Party with Melody Kiser opening.
Michelle Malone is an award-winning singer, guitarist & producer. She describes her new CD Slings & Arrows as a Georgia CD – due to the fact that all of the musicians, studios, and those responsible for the visual art are all Georgians – names you will know & songs you will love. Slings & Arrows is described as “upbeat, defiant & jubilant – flush with the raw energy & emotion that has always been a part of her signature sound…”
125 Newnan Crossing Bypass
April 13 9:30 p.m. KISER
RPM Full Service
15 Jackson Street
Open Mic Night every Wednesday with Blaire Morgan, sign up at 7:30 p.m.
SUMMERGROVE GOLF CLUB
335 Summergrove Parkway
www.summergrovegoldclub.com (look under events)
Friday night Dinner & Live Music starts @ 6 p.m.
April 13 Barefoot Nina
April 20 Wyatt Band
April 27 Full Circle
FATBOYS BAR & GRILL
485 Highway 16 West, Newnan
Open Mic every Tuesday 7-11 p.m. Most votes from audience assures a scheduled show for the winner.
1690 Hwy 34 East, Newnan
Every Thursday at The Half Shell Music starts at 6 p.m. and Appalachian oysters are 30 % off
PICKIN’ ON THE SQUARE
Downtown Newnan on the Square
1st Saturday of every month 10 a.m.
Whether you play an instrument or just want to gather ‘round, you can join in an almost 10-year tradition of making music on the square. Everyone welcome.(
Kris Youmans is originally from Savannah, GA where she was part of the River Street music scene early on and is greatly influenced by music of the southern culture. Kris’ interests are focused on local music, organizing music fundraisers, her three grown children, life on Pierce Chapel & Hank the Dog who also has an ear for music!)
Contact Kris with questions, comments, suggestions or just to say you like her column [email protected])