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"Evening With The Goonies"

This rescheduled screening of the campy Spielberg-produced ‘80s kid flick will be followed by a Q & A with one of the film’s child stars, who now practices entertainment law in Hollywood. Fri., 7 pm, Trustees Theatre.

Eddie & Martha Adcock

Music Interview. Fri., 7:30 pm, Randy Wood’s Concert Hall (Bloomingdale).

Bain Mattox

Connect Recommends. Thurs., 10:30 pm, Phat Kat Lounge (at Ibiza Nightlife).

The Laura Blackley Band

Connect Recommends. Fri., 10 pm, Café Loco (Tybee).


Versatile unit offering different styles of electric blues – from swampy Texas rock to classic uptown Chicago shuffles. Fri. - Sat., 10 pm, Mercury Lounge.

The Bonaventures

Quartet of guitarist John Banks and bassist Phil McDonald (The Sapphire Bullets), drummer Jesse Jordan (The Veraflames), and keyboardist Hank Miller, playing adroit rock, soul and blues covers. Fri., 9 pm, Jazz’d Tapas Bar.

The Capsules

Connect Recommends. Sat., The Jinx.

Dig Shovel Dig

Synth-happy punk rock kiddies from Asheville playing frenzied electroclash while aping late-period Tom Waits’ vocal mannerisms. Sat., The Jinx.

Far From Perfect

Earnest and devout local Christian duo playing originals and spiritually modified covers (i.e., “Take A Walk On The God Side”) on acoustic guitars. Sat., noon, Seeds of Faith Bookstore (Mall Blvd.)

Tony Furtado

Connect Recommends. Fri., JJ Cagney’s.

Hazel Virtue

Slick and tight regional modern rockers led by frontman Eric Britt. Their latest effort is one of the most impressive and radio-friendly discs to come out of this area. Sat., O’Connell’s Irish Pub.

Industrial Resurrection

Goth Night returns to this downtown alternative dance club, hosted by old-school wax-wrangler DJ Elgie. Thurs., Club One (18+).

The Long Awaited

Heavy-handed current and classic rock covers from ex-members of Shut Up & Drive, The Dynamic Duo and Big Nasty. Sat., 9:30 pm, Daiquiri Depot (Pooler).

The Kickass

Connect Recommends. Fri., The Jinx.

Murphy's Law

One of the pre-eminent NYC hardcore bands (since the early ‘80s), they continue to be one of the most respected groups in that realm, and no self-respecting hardcore fan would miss seeing them at least once. Wed., Nov. 10th, The Jinx.

The Permanent Tourists

Excellent funk and soul party band playing everything from Prince to The Stones. They’re known for a wicked-tight rhythm section. Fri. - Sat., 9 pm, The Oyster Bar (Wilmington island).

Seven Nations

Two complete sets (in a rare small club show) from these internationally-known Celtic rock sensations. Wed., 9 pm & 11 pm, O’Connell’s Irish Pub.

The Six Parts Seven

Ohio instrumental indie-rock (w/lovely pedal steel). Songwriter Brian Straw opens this FREE, ALL-AGES show (sponsored by SCADRadio.org). Wed., 8 pm, O-House (Oglethorpe & Barnard Streets).

Speaking Bean Poetry Slam

Monthly spoken word open mic hosted by this esteemed Atlanta troubadour Kodac Harrison, featuring playwright and novelist Collin Kelley, who was nominated for Georgia Author of The Year. Thurs., 8 pm, The Sentient Bean.

Voodoo Soup

High-energy funk and soul jam group featuring members of The Permanent Tourists and The Greg Williams Band. Wed., JJ Cagney’s.

Dave Williams

CD release party from the former frontman of locals Hoboerotic. A genuinely talented (if frustratingly inconsistent) postpunk singer/songwriter. Fri., 8 pm, The Sentient Bean.

Bob Zentz

Masterful folklorist and singer, who plays a baker’s dozen of acoustic instruments, including dulcimers, autoharp, melodeon, cittern and harmonica. He incorporates humorous anecdotes on musical history into his wide-ranging shows. Johnny Cash was a big fan, as well... Fri., 7:30 pm, The Ships of The Sea Maritime Museum.

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