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

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Fri
Aug
23
The Mighty Pines $10.00 At The Door BUY TICKETS

The Mighty Pines are a soul-inspired roots rock band influenced by the wide rivers and red-brick streets of St. Louis. With soaring vocals and thoughtful composition, the two principle songwriters shift the band’s sound from catchy rock ‘n’ roll to earthy instrumentals. The Riverfront Times heralds the band as “a talented young quartet engaged in the roots and rhythms of bluegrass but mixed with a more contemporary ear for harmony and production.”

Sat
Aug
24
Ice Station Zebra with Risko & Friends

Music is an art with many approaches, but for Ice Station Zebra it’s about staying in the moment. Their live performances combine thoughtful lyrics and dynamic musical improvisation. This stems from the idea that when we explore possibilities, unafraid of the outcome, we are sharing with the audience the birth of something new. After all, life is simply a series of moments, each leading up to the next, and it’s up to us to take advantage of it.

Thu
Aug
29
Front Room Series with Phantom Mile, Newscast & Pink Palaces
Fri
Aug
30
Anne Freeman & The Garbage Sons

Anne Freeman and The Garbage Sons are an indie-rock band based in Oxford that includes Freeman, Eric Carlton, Kell Kellum, Harrison Smith, and Ben Yarbrough. The group recently finished work on their first album which was recorded at Dial Back Sound in Water Valley.

Sat
Aug
31
Southern Komfort Brass Band

Founded in 2010, the Jackson (MS)-based Southern Komfort Brass Band brought together 7 musicians who quickly discovered their niche - New Orleans-style street jazz with a unique Mississippi twist.  Countless thousands have traveled to New Orleans to hear the likes of Dirty Dozen, Rebirth , Soul Rebels, Hot 8 and Lil' Rascals Brass Bands.

Fri
Sep
06
The Stolen Faces - Nashville's Tribute to The Grateful Dead

The Grateful Dead continue to have one of the most rabid and loyal followings of any band in history, and deservedly so: They wrote great songs, and they were excellent musicians and terrific improvisers who never played a tune the same way twice. The Stolen Faces deftly capture the spirit of the Dead, covering a wide variety of songs from the band’s expansive catalog and delivering them with the sort of energy and spontaneity that might have you thinking you’re standing in the Fillmore West in 1971. Led by bassist Christian Grizzard, the group features guitarist Jack Silverman, drummer Matt Martin, and a rotating cast of some of Nashville’s top session and touring musicians.

Sat
Sep
07
Epic Funk Brass Band

Epic Funk Brass Band is the newest sensation adding to the culture of Jackson MS infusing funk, pop, jazz, and Go-Go into a custom-made enhancement of second-line brass band tradition.

Sat
Sep
14
Peter More BUY TICKETS

At turns contemplative and rousing, More's music is precisely executed, yet manages to feel original and uncomplicated; Music you want to hum along with and also hang on to every single line.  When you listen closely to "Beautiful Disrepair," More's debut album, you will hear ghosts. There’s the presence of his grandmother, an arts patron, whose legacy enriches all his creations. There’s a sister-like figure from his youth, whose sudden passing sparked his lust for life. And there’s a lingering sting of relationships' lost promises. The roots-rock artist, however, is not one to lament.  All these apparitions come very much back to life through his music. 

Fri
Sep
20
Ben Sparaco and The New Effect

Ben Sparaco and The New Effect formed in 2017 when Florida-born singer, songwriter, and guitarist began playing with drummer Anthony Quirk and bassist Adam Discipio. Now based in the flourishing musical oasis of Nashville, TN, Ben and the band have maintained a massive touring schedule, cutting their teeth playing coast to coast in clubs, theaters, and festivals.

Sat
Sep
21
Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights

Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights first began to take shape when childhood friends Jonathan and Kansas began playing guitar in their teens. With shared common influences ranging from the Rolling Stones, Led Zepplin and Jimi Henrix to Bob Dylan, The Band and Muddy Waters; the two were compelled to write and play together. From the start it was JT on vocals, playing a mean, bluesy lead guitar, with Kansas on rythym adding a harder rock edge, a combo that was instantly right. Several years and incarnations later, they were joined by musical prodigy Nick Jay on bass and a hard-hitting drummer from Oklahoma named Jordan Cain. The core of the band was at last in place and the sound began to gel.


Fri
Sep
27
Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster with Spencer Thomas

Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster

The sounds also provide a backdrop of a complicated world for Pete to approach his type of makeshift, hard-won providence. The underlying message is of hope, to others as well as himself. He states, “Here I’ve fumbled my way, as always, and of necessity, into a collection of songs that hold a light to the joys and comforts of life not given up on, those that appear over time as we are looking elsewhere, to surprise and delight us when we need them most. Sure, it’s me, so there are glimpses of and nods to the dark, but the dark is not winning anymore. I simply mean to acknowledge its presence. To me, that’s the most fundamental job of songs, of stories, of all art—to be allies, friends, companions, when we need them most and it’s my hope that these songs can do that work in a world that seems to need it.”


Sat
Sep
28
Cordovas

Rooted in triple-stacked harmonies, southern storytelling, and cosmic country twang, Cordovas create their own version of American roots-rock with That Santa Fe Channel.


The album marks the band's ATO Records debut, arriving after more than a half-decade's worth of international touring, communal living, and shared songwriting sessions. It's a timely - and timeless - version of a sound that's existed for 50 years, ever since pioneers like the Grateful Dead and the Allman Bothers Band blurred the lines between rock, country, and amplified folk music. If That Santa Fe Channel nods to the band's influences, though, it's still a fiercely unique album, recorded in a series of live takes that shine a light not only on Cordovas' songwriting chops, but their strength as a raw, rugged live band, as well.

Fri
Oct
25
Dan Baird and Homemade Sin

Featuring Original lead singer of The Georgia Satellites; writer and voice of “Keep Your Hands To Yourself”; featuring lead guitarist Warner Hodges (of Jason & The Scorchers) 


The Georgia Satellites were one of the most ferocious bands of the 80’s. What set them apart from the other 100,000 bands who cranked their amps up to eleven was that their wild riffs and tanked up cries came from a band who, from the start, understood it’s place in the rock tradition and fought hard to solidify it with each recording.

Sat
Oct
26
Flow Tribe

Few bands arouse a crowd into a collective shake like Flow Tribe. The six-member band’s onstage chemistry reflects a seamless combination of soul and movement that hits the audience within the first few notes. Virgin listeners and avid fans alike are drawn in by the distinctive sound that feels both familiar and original. From major festival stages around the world to leading a parade down the street, this is a group of professional musicians who’ve found their passion, and are living a dream where everyone’s welcome.


Wed
Oct
30
Elephant Wrecking Ball (Pretty Lights, Odesza, John Brown's Body, Dopapod) $10.00 At The Door BUY TICKETS

Halloween kickoff with Elephant Wrecking Ball.  Elephant Wrecking Ball is an instrumental, electronic, trombone-led power trio that successfully weaves a variety of influences from jazz, hip hop, electro and the avant-garde. Coupling a grounded sense of discipline with exuberant musical exploration, they are dedicated to making music that is unlike any other, constantly striving for a memorable, new sound.


Comprised of Scott Flynn on the trombone, Dan Africano on Bass, and Neal “Fro!” Evans on the drums, the three musicians have an extensive list of musical credentials, having performed and recorded with the likes of John Brown’s Body, Dopapod, Turkuaz, Pretty Lights, Ghost Light, Big Daddy Kane, Odesza, Break Science, and many others.

Fri
Dec
06
CBDB (A Weekend of Joyfunk) $10.00 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
Dec
07
CBDB (A Weekend of Joyfunk) $10.00 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.

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