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Oakland, California-based blues singer John Nemeth dominates a genre of music that few have managed to take control of in the 21st century. Combining classic, throw-back styles with his own updated aesthetic, Nemeth has managed to capture blues fans young and old, from around the world. With his distinct voice, Nemeth is particularly memorable live, where his vocal skills can truly shine.
Mint Condition is an R&B music group that has been producing music since the 1980s. The bandâ€™s ability to create and play music from styles all over the chart (R&B, funk, jazz, etc.) makes its appeal very broad. This same characteristic also caught the ears of Perspective Records, the first record label to sign Mint Condition after hearing them at a club in downtown Minneapolis in 1989.
Roadkill Ghost Choir, T Hardy Morris & The Hard Knocks, and The Sundollars
Cox Capitol TheatreDecember 27, 2014 8:00 PM
382 Second Street
Macon, GA 31201
Roadkill Ghost Choir is a rock-influenced indie folk act from DeLand, Floridathat was formed in 2010 by lead singer/songwriter and guitarist Andrew Shepard.Opting to create a sound that pays homage to southern rock's forefathers as well as to 1960s New England folk pioneers, Roadkill Ghost Choir has managed to carved out a unique sonic niche for itself with a sound that's nearly unrivaled by any of the band's peers. Releasing its debut EP, Quiet Light, in 2012, the group has since hopped on the national touring circuit, where it has been busy building a rapidly expanding fan base.
Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Gregg Allman and his older brother Duane became interested in music at an early age. With Duane on guitar and Gregg taking over piano and vocals, the duo started various bands, had an negative experience with a label-controlled band in Los Angeles, then started the famed Allman Brothers Band in the late 1960s. After Duane's death in 1971, Gregg set out on a solo career--one that would prove highly successful. Primarily sticking to southern rock and blues, Allman has consistently released new material and toured, both solo and with the Allman Brothers Band. Despite his issues with drug addiction and several failed marriages, including one with Cher, Allman is still a respected figurehead of blues-rock and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995.