Concert Venues


Music Venues


Upcoming Artists

Saturday, Apr. 19
Sons of Fathers - The Hangout
Underhill Family Orchestra - The Hangout
Saturday, Apr. 26
28 North - The Hangout
Joel Madison Blount - The Hangout
Darius Rucker - The Wharf Amphitheater
Eli Young Band - The Wharf Amphitheater
Corey Smith - The Wharf Amphitheater
Saturday, May. 3
The Unlikely Candidates - The Hangout
Vegabonds - The Hangout
Festival Expressions - The Hangout
Saturday, May. 10
The Mulligan Brothers - The Hangout
The Wild Feathers - The Hangout
Shannon Labrie - The Hangout
Friday, May. 16
The Killers - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
The Black Keys - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
OutKast - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Jack Johnson - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Flaming Lips - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Portugal. The Man - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Trombone Shorty - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
SOJA - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Moon Taxi - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Pretty Lights - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
The Avett Brothers - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
STS9 - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Amos Lee - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Queens of the Stone Age - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Modest Mouse - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Wiz Khalifa - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
NeedtoBreathe - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Zedd - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Childish Gambino - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Tegan and Sara - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Capital Cities - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Conor Oberst - The Hangout - Beach Concerts
Thursday, Jun. 5
Zac Brown Band - The Wharf Amphitheater
Saturday, Jun. 21
Goo Goo Dolls - The Wharf Amphitheater
Daughtry - The Wharf Amphitheater
Plain White T's - The Wharf Amphitheater
Saturday, Jul. 19
Peter Frampton - The Wharf Amphitheater
The Doobie Brothers - The Wharf Amphitheater
Friday, Aug. 1
Phish - The Wharf Amphitheater


Tart Tuna

Pat McCann won fans growing up in Shreveport by being a hot guitarist in rock bands such as the Warlocks, Gripping Force and Axis. In the early 70s he joined forces with Roger Barnes, George Hancock and several others in the quintet Heart's Island. They had a large fan base, a singular jazz/blues style, and went to California to record and experience oneness. McCann made music in Jazziana and Rue du Lac before moving to Austin. In Austin he played in Stop the Truck and the Mau Mau Chaplains in addition to his solo work. Now he has returned to his roots and has relocated to the Gulf Coast. We are now honored to call Pat a Gulf Shores local musician. McCann plays it all, from jazz to country to R&B, but lately, he says, "I'm possessed by Django." If you can find a copy of his solo CD, 50 Years in De Nile, or the more recent Return to Buddha Pad, you'll love it.

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