Larry Jack’s Magical Music Tour – 9/10/15 – 9/15/15

Hey guys,
The next few days look like an excellent run for music downtown, one of the best in a while. There are several good shows on Friday night, but I would recommend the Talking Heads tribute band, Same As It Ever Was, at the Jinx. I have seen them several times and it is always a good party. I recommend getting there a little early, they usually sell-out. I hope that most of you are planning on going to the Revival Festival on Saturday. The after-show at the Jinx on Saturday may be the best show of the week. Caleb Warren was here a few months ago, he puts on an excellent show. I can’t recommend him highly enough. I may try to catch one (or both) of those Sunday shows. If you haven’t had your fill of music by Monday, I listed a few more shows on Monday and Tuesday. I hope you make it to a few shows this week.

Thursday 10th
Lucidea (Atlanta progressive electronic jam duo), Blackfoot GypsiesBarrelhouse South
Set And Setting, Hot Plate (Sav’h instrumental progressive rock) – Jinx ($6)

Friday 11th
Corbitt Brothers Band (Nashville southern rock) – Barrelhouse South
Magic Rocks (Sav’h classic rock) – Bayou Cafe
Main Street Trio (Sav’h rock duo) – Sorry Charlie’s
Moose Kick (Charleston southern progressive funk) – Congress Street Social Club
Same As It Ever Was (Talking Heads Tribute Band) – Jinx ($10)

Saturday 12th
Revival FestRoundhouse (2p-11p)
Epic Cycle (Sav’h rock) – Warehouse
Escaping Fate (Sav’h rock) –
Wood & Steel (Sav’h rock), Innocent Gun TrioBarrelhouse South
Tropidelic (Cleveland funk-reggae-rock) – Congress Street Social Club
Caleb Warren & The Perfect Gentlemen (Atlanta Western swing) – Jinx

Sunday 13th
Shreepal Zala (Atlanta classic rock covers) – Rocks On The Roof
Tomo Nakayama (Seattle singer-songwriter) – Sentient Bean

Monday 14th
Craig Tanner’s Open MicAbe’s On Lincoln

Tuesday 15th
Ben Keiser BandBay Street Blues
Open MicMolly MacPherson’s
Eric Culberson BandBayou Cafe