A wonderful evening of music and friends reuniting and new friends made at Grant's Lounge, 576 Poplar St., in Macon, GA. You can find Grant's Lounge here:
This particular evening was a benefit for Heart's of the South. BELOW IS THE LINK FOR THIS BENEFIT!!! PLEASE CHECK IT OUT AS IT IS A WORTHY CAUSE!
The house band for the evening was Silver Travis; you can find them here:
Highlighting the performance was Bob Burns, have a read about him here. Not only an awesome drummer, also a very kind person.
Also in attendance was Alan Walden who helped jump start many music careers such as Otis Redding,Sam & Dave, Percy Sledge, Clarence Carter, Johnnie Taylor, Etta James, Al Green, Booker T and The MGS, Arthur Conly, Joe Tex, Eddie Floyd, Joe Simon, Bobby Womack, Albert King, Albert Collins, John Lee Hooker, Clarence Gatemaouth Brown, James Carr, Tyrone Davis and many more. He also represented Lynyrd Skynyrd and is the founder of Capricorn Records.
You can read about him here:
You can find Bret Short at:
You can find Donnie Winters at:
You can find Larry Howard at:
You can find John Phillips at:
You can find John Charles Griffin at:
You can find Justin McCorkle at:
You can find Michael Buffalo Smith at:
You can find Terry Alford Gage at:
You can find Mary Tomensky at:
An epic evening, charitable cause, enjoyable music, and fun to had by all... New memories formed....