Concert Venues

Music Venues

Upcoming Artists

Friday, Oct. 9
Seth Walker - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Dale Drinkard Jr. - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Gregg Fells - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Les Hall - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Adam Holt - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Ty Bates - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Cary Laine Band - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Dr. Zarr's Amazing Funk Monster - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Velcro Pygmies - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Saturday, Oct. 10
LeaAnne Creswell - Flora-Bama Lounge
J. Hawkins - Flora-Bama Lounge
Singing For Scholarships - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Perdido Brothers - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Lee Yankie - Flora-Bama Lounge
Ty Bates - Flora-Bama Lounge
Betsy Badwater - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Jason Abel - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Ryan Balthrop - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Derek Norsworthy - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Mother Mojo - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Jezebel's Chill'n - Flora-Bama Lounge
Crowned Jewelz Band - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Rhythm Intervention - Flora-Bama Lounge
Underhill Family Orchestra - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Willie Sugarcapps - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Sunday, Oct. 11
Al and Cathy - Flora-Bama Lounge
Tommy Morse Band - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Mainstream Band Ga. - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Lisa Dotolo - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Liberty Church Worship Service - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Wes Loper - Flora-Bama Lounge
Eric Erdman - Shrimp Festival - West Stage
Johnny Barbato - Flora-Bama Lounge
Big Muddy - Flora-Bama Lounge
Whyte Caps - Flora-Bama Lounge
Strickly Isbell - Shrimp Festival - East Stage
Monday, Oct. 12
Johnny Barbato - Flora-Bama Lounge
Open Mic - Flora-Bama Lounge
Tuesday, Oct. 13
Perdido Brothers - Flora-Bama Lounge
Wednesday, Oct. 14
Neil Dover - Flora-Bama Lounge
Thursday, Oct. 15
Al and Cathy - Flora-Bama Lounge

Black Keys                     

The Black Keys are a two-man blues-rock group from Akron, Ohio, United States which formed in 2001, consisting of singer and guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney. The band name was inspired by a schizophrenic artist and friend in Akron, who used the term “black keys” to describe things he disliked or people he did not trust. The Black Keys have roots in traditional blues and psychedelic rock stylings. They released their first album, The Big Come Up, in 2002, followed by Thickfreakness in 2003, and Rubber Factory in 2004. October 2005 saw the release of the DVD Live, recorded live at The Metro Theatre in Sydney, Australia March 18, 2005. In 2006 they released Magic Potion, as well as the lesser-known Chulahoma and a single version of Your Touch. One of their trademarks is their preference for simple, lo-fi recording techniques. They refuse to use big-name studios, and do most recording, producing, and mixing themselves. Most of Thickfreakness was recorded in about 14 hours in Carney’s basement, using only an early 80s Tascam 388 8-track recorder. Often, their recordings still have background noises (such as an owl hooting). The Black Keys have achieved increasing critical acclaim and recognition since their debut album, which itself received praise from Rolling Stone magazine. Time magazine named them one of the “10 Best Acts of 2003” (behind OutKast and The White Stripes).

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