Sound Menu September 09 2000 Tues

Tuesday, Sept. 12



NOTED ACTS

DEKE DEAN’S ROCKABILLY OPEN MIC — Since extending the open-mic policy to entire bands as well as individual performers, Dean and the members of his able backing band, Blue Avenue, have found themselves with yet another happy surplus of performing talent. Brent Cashman has been among those who turned up, and a coupla weeks ago they actually had two sax players — one of whom was none other than Johnny Knox. Northside Tavern (Nicoll)

DOYLE DYKES — Windham Hill recording artist Dykes is an acoustic guitar hero roughly occupying the space between Leo Kottke and Chet Atkins. As a frequent guest on the Grand Ole Opry and a stint playing lead guitar for the late Grandpa Jones, he has paid his country dues, but his real strength lies in his virtuoso fingerpicking. Dykes’ Atlanta appearance is a combination concert/guitar workshop, where he will both perform and discuss technique. Guitar Center (Robertson)


ALSO PERFORMING

40 WATT CLUB-ATHENS: FFS

BILLY’S: Blues Rock Jam with the Blue Collar All Stars

BLUE RACCOON: Team Trivia

BRIDGES: Piano with Bruce

CHURCHILL GROUNDS JAZZ CAFÉ: The Jam Session

DARWIN’S: Slim Fatz

DOTTIE’S: Second Sight

EDDIE’S ATTIC: Comedy night

THE ELBOW ROOM: YG

FAT MATT’S RIB SHACK: Rough Draft

FUZZY’S: Big Royal and the Revue

LASETER’S: Trivia night

MARY’S: Karaoke with CJ

NOMENCLATURE MUSEUM: Milk&Honey2 art and music installation by Erin Bennett and Ryan Lincicome

NORTHSIDE TAVERN: Rockabilly Jam hosted by Deke Dean

PEASANT UPTOWN AT PHIPPS: Steven Charles Jazz Duo

RAY’S ON THE RIVER: Mina

SHADES-CONYERS: Open mic night

SMITH’S OLDE BAR: Loud American Tourists

WHISKER’S-DUNWOODY: Ricky and Kenny

WILD WING CAFÉ: Intact