Live Music, Nov 1 Weekend

November 1, 2018

Looking for live music this weekend? Jackson and West Tennessee are home to numerous live music venues and special events over the November 1st weekend. Thanks to our friend Matt Barnacastle and the Jackson Area Music Society for sharing the weekend's live music events!

Thursday November 1st      

  • Jackson Area Plectral Society, Old Country Store, 6:00pm
  • Backroad Therapy, Four Seasons Nursery, 6:00pm
  • Best of Deer Lake, Redbones, 6:00pm
  • The Suitcase, Jackson State Community College, 6:30pm
  • Tyler Goodson, Downtown Tavern, 7:00pm
  • Open Jam, Elks Lodge 192, 7:00pm
  • Karaoke, West Alley BBQ, 7:00pm
  • Open Mic w/ The Skeleton Krew, Cody’s, 8:00pm
  • Backroad Therapy, Slide & Ride 2, 9:00pm
  • Open Mic w/ Dave Thomas, The Tap, 9:00pm

Friday November 2nd

  • Blake Dixon, The Blacksmith, 6:00pm
  • Southern Fire Band, International Rockabilly Hall-of-Fame, 7:00pm
  • Little Boys Blue, Mulligans, 7:00pm
  • Fate McAfee, Melanie A. Davis, & The Savage Radley, Downtown Tavern, 7:00pm
  • Tyler Goodson, Flatiron Bistro, 7:30pm
  • The Waiting, Redbones, 8:00pm
  • Better Half, The Tap, 9:00pm
  • Karaoke w/ Amethyst, The Office Lounge, 9:00pm


Saturday November 3rd  

  • Tyler Goodson, The Blacksmith, 6:00pm
  • Jackson Symphony, First Baptist Church, 6:45pm
  • The Kernal & Cotton Clifton, the LOCAL, 7:00pm
  • KOOL 103.1 Cavalcade of Stars, Carl Perkins Civic Center, 7:00pm
  • Killing Time, Main Street Country (Humboldt), 7:00pm
  • Bullettown Trio, Flatiron Bistro, 7:30pm
  • Tumbleweed Band, Airways VFW, 7:30pm
  • Backroad Therapy, Redbones, 8:00pm
  • One Nyte Stand, Twin Oaks Sports Bar (Brownsville), 8:00pm
  • The Damrights, The Mic Stand (Huntingdon), 8:30pm
  • Josh Smith & Jason Gray, Mulligans, 9:00pm
  • Karaoke Contest, Ricochet Bar, 9:00pm
  • Will Burton & Matt Barnacastle, Dana’s Place (Humboldt), 9:00pm
  • The Early Roman Kings, Downtown Tavern, 10:00pm


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