Every night this week has some good music, but Friday’s shows look especially exciting. The Jinx Prom is always a good time. I have been waiting on Come Back Alice to return for quite a while now. And Stereo Reform usually puts on a fun show. And the Wormhole has a good night of rock from a few of Savannah’s best prog-rock bands. I am hoping to make it to all of the listed shows at once, but that may be kinda hard to do.
I’d also like to remind everyone that the Connect Best Of voting ends tomorrow. I hope some (most?) of you will consider voting for hissing lawns for best blog and/or website. Thanks.
Morning Fatty (FL funk-rock) – Barrelhouse South
Waits & Co (Sav’h Americana) – Molly MacPherson’s
Wave Slaves (Sav’h surf rock), Hypnotics (Sav’h garage rock), COEDS (Sav’h rawk) – Jinx Rock n’ Roll Prom
Come Back Alice (FL gypsy funk), Signal Fire (NC reggae-rock) – Barrelhouse South
Stereo Reform (SC Dance-a-funk-a-rock-a-tronic) – Congress Street Social Club
Star Period Star (Sav’h progressive), Culture Vulture (Sav’h instrumental progressive rock), Clandestiny – Wormhole
Johnny Octane Band (Sav’h rockabilly) – Basil’s
Lord Nelson – Congress Street Social Club
Mobley, Miquel Moure (Sav’h rock) – Wormhole
NoNeed (FL reggae-rock), Part One Tribe (FL reggae) – Barrelhouse South
Roadkill Ghost Choir (Athens folk-rock), Nightingale News (Sav’h rock) – Jinx ($10)
Ray Lundy (Sav’h blues) – Foxy Loxy Cafe
Clouds & Satellites (Sav’h rawk) – Foxy Loxy Cafe
Ben Keiser Band (Sav’h blues-rock) – Bay Street Blues