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PRESENTED BY RYBOLT PRODUCTIONS @ MARTIN'S DOWNTOWN

For Booking: Chris Rybolt, ryboltproductions@comcast.net, 601.668.8464

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Tue
Apr
23
TAUK with The Busty Petites $15.00 At The Door BUY TICKETS

On their new album Shapeshifter II: Outbreak, New York-bred band TAUK offer an unsettling but ultimately exhilarating look at artificial intelligence and its potential to upend our world. With its dynamic sense of tension and cinematic mastery of mood, TAUK’s all-instrumental blend of progressive rock, hip-hop, and jazz proves to be the perfect backdrop for such explorations, giving way to an album that’s both powerfully hypnotic and intensely thought-provoking.

Fri
Apr
26
PONCE

PONCÉ is a dynamic indie rock duo based in Nashville, TN consisting of twin brothers Carson and Michael Poncé. The twins efficiently cross genres; from classic, harmony-driven melodies reminiscent of Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, to modern, synth-led pop productions with melodic guitar leads evocative of The Killers and HAIM.


Sat
Apr
27
Martin's Annual Crawfish Boil $5.00 At The Door

 Martin’s Annual Crawfish Boil Featuring Southern Komfort Brass Band & Epic Funk Brass Band (Battle of the Brass Bands) 2 pm & Eric Deaton Trio Inside 9 pm.

Tue
Apr
30
American Aquarium with Joshua Ray Walker $15.00 At The Door BUY TICKETS

Featuring a new band lineup that includes Shane Boeker on lead guitar, drummer Joey Bybee, bassist Ben Hussey, and Adam Kurtz on pedal steel and electric guitar, as well as a reinvigorated frontman in BJ, Things Change is American Aquarium’s first release on a label after selling thousands of records on their own. “As an artist, your goal is for the newest thing you do to be better than the last. You’re slowly whittling away the bullshit to try and get to the truth,” BJ says. “With this album, I learned how to cut some of that fat so that it’s just truth. It’s our best record.”

Fri
May
03
Winston Ramble

Based in Florence, AL, Winston Ramble describes their music as homegrown folk n’ roll.  With members originally hailing from the free state of Winston County, AL, the band aims to interject the raw expression of rock n’ roll into the feel good vibes of acoustic music.

Sat
May
04
Shake It Like a Caveman with Nonconnah

Shake it like a caveman is a one man band. Formed in Tennessee in 2005. Shake it like a caveman simultaneously plays slide guitar, harmonica, kick drum, kick snare, hi hat, and vocals. This is dance party music with heavy influence drawn from Memphis, TN and the Mississippi hill country sound. The artist has released multiple independent recordings in the USA and has released 2 recordings in Europe on the French Rock n’ Roll Label-Beast Records. Shake it like a caveman currently performs worldwide at festivals, club dates, radio and TV.


Fri
May
10
CBDB $10.00 - $12.00 At The Door BUY TICKETS

CBDB is a progressive rock, jam-band from Alabama and their music is spreading from the southeast across the nation like wildfire. Defining a newfound, southern blend of joyous and progressive rock n roll, they channel a sonic mix of soulful vocals and virtuosic musicianship with smart, tasteful songwriting. On stage, each member of CBDB fluidly plays between complex composition and loose exploratory improvisation creating an incredible and unique live experience.

Sat
May
11
Little Raine Band

Little Raine Band, based in Birmingham, AL, has an ever-evolving sound and fan base reaching all over the Southeast. These four musicians strive to master the art of improv and creating a singular live show. LRB crafts their sound from their unique musical backgrounds and influences. Elements of prog rock, fusion, electronica, soul, and energetic improv can be heard at a Little Raine Band show.

Sat
May
18
Opposite Box

Opposite Box is an experimental rock band from Chattanooga, Tennessee known for seamlessly blending 70s-inspired progressive rock and contemporary jazz-fusion with a variety of shifting genres and psychedelic soundscapes, all while maintaining a fun, enthusiastic dedication to live performance.

Sat
May
25
Blackwater Brass Band

Blackwater Brass has a strong following along the Gulf Coast and has received accolades including the Covey award for best Mississippi funk/jazz/blues group (2017 & 2018), Sun Herald People's Choice for favorite local band (2016, 2017, & 2018), and have even had two beers named after them at the Crooked Letter Brewing Co. The band has been heavily influenced by New Orleans style funk mainstays like The Meters, Galactic, and Dirty Dozen Brass Band, but regularly drops in hints from many genres across the spectrum from hip hop to jazz as well as a mix of fun pop covers throughout a performance, in addition to their original music. The band also draws on the versatility of its 10-piece lineup, and can switch from a full funk band setup (with horn section, keys, guitar, bass, and drums) to acoustic secondline band as the situation requires, and always keeps the party going! 

Fri
May
31
The Official Cathead Jam After Shows Night 1 with Cary Hudson & South Jones

Cary Hudson

Cary Hudson is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from the great state of Mississippi who resides somewhere between Memphis and New Orleans. He is a former drugstore clerk, landscaper, farm hand, waiter, house painter, pizza deliverer, and fry cook who currently spends his time canoeing the creeks of south MS, riding his bike to the snowcone stand, and going for leisurely walks with his dogs.


South Jones 

South Jones is a rock trio based out of New Orleans, LA.

Sat
Jun
01
The Official Cathead Jam After Shows Night 2 with Grass is Dead

The Grass Is Dead are a force of nature in bluegrass and Grateful Dead music. More than merely paying tribute to the Dead, these hot pickers have been seamlessly weaving bluegrass, blues, rock and funk into a unique sonic experience. Pulling from such diverse influences as Bill Monroe, Earl Scruggs, John Hartford, Allman Brothers Band, Pink Floyd and so many others, The Grass Is Dead have created a sound that not only pays homage to roots music and the songs of the Dead and Jerry Garcia, but expertly travels through time and space to explore the galactic and psychedelic nature of music itself. After many years of regionalized gigging, the past three years has seen The Grass Is Dead aggressively touring nationally and sharing the stage with such great acts as David Grisman, Del McCoury, Greensky Bluegrass, Leftover Salmon, Billy Strings, Peter Rowan, Donna The Buffalo, Jon Stickley Trio, Town Mountain and many more. This past year alone they played a number of highly regarded festivals such as Suwannee Spring Reunion, DelFest, The Aiken Bluegrass Festival, Rooster Walk, Suwannee Roots Revival, Hickory Fest, Wormtown Music Festival and Leftover Salmon’s Blue Ridge Jam. Look for more big announcements in 2019!

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