Magnolia Moon

Magnolia Moon

Highway Natives

Sat, September 14, 2019

Doors: 10:00 pm / Show: 10:30 pm

The Creek Stage at The Rookery

Macon, GA

$10.00

Magnolia Moon
Magnolia Moon
Magnolia Moon is a Macon-based band with roots running all the way down to the coast of Mississippi where Zack Horton (Vocals/Guitar) and brother Jesse Horton (Drums) were born and raised. Another set of brothers, Jonathan Crowell (Bass) and Christopher Crowell (Guitar), join the Hortons, in completing the dynamic four-piece band. Magnolia Moon is rock ‘n’ roll, plain and simple—but there is nothing plain or simple about their sound. With grit and soul, they pay homage to the 1960s-70s era of music, inspired by artists such as Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, and The Allman Brothers Band.
Highway Natives
Highway Natives
Highway Natives are an American Folk-Rock band based in Nashville, TN. Blending some of their favorite sounds of those who come before them, you’ll hear influences from the Country, Folk, and Rock n’ Roll world in the music they bring to the stage.

Members of the band stretch from the bootlegged moonshine hills of Kentucky and North Carolina, all the way to the West Coast of California. Then go as far south as the swamps of Florida, and back up north to Massachusetts.
The band has been cutting their teeth in the local Nashville scene, growing a steady following around town, as well as online.

“The Natives” are currently writing for their debut LP, with plans to go in to the studio in the summer of 2019.
Venue Information:
The Creek Stage at The Rookery
543 Cherry Street
Macon, GA, 31201