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Imperial Theatre Presents Queen’s Cartoonists

Friday, October 18th, 2019 | 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM | The Imperial Theatre

The Queen’s Cartoonists play music from classic cartoons and contemporary animation. The performances are synchronized to video projections of the original films, and the band leads the audience through a world of virtuosic musicianship, multi-instrumental mayhem, and comedy.

Behind the project is a single question: is it possible to create jazz and classical music in the 21st century that appeals to everyone? Even people who normally wouldn’t go to concerts? The Queen’s Cartoonists present a concert for everybody – regardless of age, gender, or familiarity with the concert hall.

Tying this diverse concert together are comedic anecdotes involving the cartoons and their composers. The band is on a musical mission of equal parts performance, preservation, and education. Expect the unexpected from repertoire that includes the Golden Age of animation, cult cartoon classics, modern animation, and elements of a musical circus!

Since their inception in 2015, The Queen’s Cartoonists have brought their unique sound to performing arts centers in over 20 states and have opened for the New York Philharmonic. The 6 members, all currently living in Queens, New York, are world-class professional musicians. The band has been featured in numerous major publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, Mashable, and on NPR.

This production is made possible by a grant from the Porter Fleming Foundation.

All net proceeds will go to the Imperial Capital Improvement Fund.

Tickets: $10 – $28 | Get Your Tickets Online HERE!

Hush Kids Live at The Refinery After Hours

Saturday, August 3rd, 2019 | 6 PM | The Refinery

Hush Kids is a friendship with music. It began long before it had a name, when two beloved Nashville artists with impressive solo careers were put together by their publishers to write songs for other people; in time, they discovered they had been writing for themselves all along. Their earliest sessions revealed more than chemistry, they revealed kindredness, an innate understanding that allowed two very different people to write some of the most deeply personal music of their careers.

Tickets:
Single Ticket: $42
Table Ticket (4 people): $180
Table includes private dining experience and keepsake glass

Doors open at 6pm for dinner and social time. Show begins at 7pm.
Dinner is included with ticket price and cash bar (wine and beer) is available.
Plenty of parking is available in The Refinery parking lot

Get your tickets online HERE!

Matthew Mayfield live at The Refinery

July 6th, 2019 | 7 PM – 9:30 PM | The Refinery

From haunting acoustic ballads to gritty rock and roll songs filled with swagger and attitude, Matthew Mayfield has spent the past decade releasing music that has changed the hearts and lives of his listeners. His latest LP,Gun Shy,is a collection of songs as varied as the emotions each of us feels. If his previous release, RECOIL, was the fruit of an intense effort by Mayfield to depict the good, the bad, and the ugly in the world he inhabited, Gun Shyis a look into all worlds – those full of darkness and hope.

To connect with listeners and draw them into these worlds, Matthew created Inside the Song with Matthew Mayfield, a podcast dedicated to telling the stories behind the songs of Gun Shy – Mayfield’s most introspective and personal record to date. “Our Winds” speaks of true love and hope in the midst of pressure from external forces while “Broken Clocks” finds him accepting a relationship that is doomed to fall apart. The riffs and hooks found in “Gun Shy” and “Best of Me” show Mayfield as the rock and roller he is.

While Mayfield is known for crafting both gripping ballads and eclectic rock songs, Gun Shy’s greatest triumph lies somewhere in between. “S.H.A.M.E.,” the album’s third track, touches on what is currently Mayfield’s deepest concern – a world full of people that feel as if they are alone. “Shame is something that no one wants to talk about, but we’re all ashamed of something. We all have demons and things that prevent us from seeing our self-worth. The song is about connecting with people and letting them know they are not alone,” says Mayfield. “Connection is everything, and music has a unique way of helping people connect to others and to parts of themselves that they might otherwise be unable to access.”

Tickets: $42
Get your tickets online HERE!

12 Bands for 12 Hours: to benefit patients of Children’s Hospital

(excerpted from WRDW/WAGT, By Morgan Moore, Posted: Thu 8:06 PM, Dec 13, 2018)

12 Bands for 12 Hours will highlight local talent this Saturday, December 15 from noon to midnight at Metro A Coffeehouse in Downtown Augusta.

The cost to attend is free until 8 pm and just $5 at the door after 8 pm. Once inside there will be silent auction items available to bid on as well as opportunities to make donations directly to 12Bands or sign up for 2019’s  Hometown Harmony Project.

All funds raised through 12Bands goes to financially support families who need help paying an essential bill while their child is being treated at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.

12Bands also brings music to the Children’s Hospital and Camp.

Metro is open to all ages from noon until 8p and at that time only those 21 and over will be granted entrance.

Following is the artist schedule for Saturday:

12 p.m. – Tara Scheyer

1 p.m. – People Who Must

2 p.m. – Whiskey Run

3 p.m. – Impulse Ride

4 p.m. – Jacob Woods

5 p.m. – Dave Mercer / Mark Janousek

6 p.m. – Will McCranie

7 p.m. – John Krueger

8 p.m. – Hound of Goshen

9 p.m. – Ryan Abel

10 p.m. – Jacob Beltz

11 p.m. – Kenny George

12 p.m. – Nick Brown

For more info check out  12Bands.org.