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Outdoor Tribute Concert to feature "The Music That Made The Beatles"

ARMS and the Spike Graham Orchestra will team up once again for an outdoor tribute concert under the stars on Friday, Oct. 24th. The concert will start at 7 at Kiwanis Park at Old Alabama Town. You are certain to hear your favorite Beatles music during this fun and affordable event. Coolers and picnic baskets are welcome. Come and bring a friend for this fun night of music!


Last updated on Wednesday, September 10, 2014

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Nick Moss and The Flip Tops on Stage for JUKE #7

Join us for a night of BLUES! Nick Moss and the Flip Tops, sixteen-time Blues Music Award Nominee (including "Album of the Year," "Rock Blues Album of the Year," "Band of the Year," and "Guitarist of the Year," among others) will take the stage during ARMS night at the Train Shed in downtown Montgomery.

Nick Moss is a blend of traditional blues and progressive, jam-oriented blues rock. Time Ain't Free CD, released in March by the group, encompasses Muscle Shoals sweetness, greasy roadhouse R&B, soul-tinged rock and gospel-influenced ballads.

The band's home is Chicago - the capital city of blues - where music fans across the globe visit Buddy Guy's famous club to hear Nick Moss play. "Nick is a favorite at my club, Legends. He always works hard to please the audience" - blues icon and Hall of Famer, Buddy Guy.

Discover for yourself what Buddy Guy and audiences the world over already know at JUKE. An evening with Nick Moss is an unforgettable experience!

Advance Tickets are $10 each, $15 at the gate, $100 for a reserved table of 10 tickets, $80 per table for ARMS members. Advance tickets are at Capitol Book and News, 1140 Fairview Avenue or call 334-284-5631. Bring your refreshments!

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A Special Thank You

Thank you to all the Live Music fans who come to our events. Thanks to the City of Montgomery for allowing our volunteers to work in the interest of keeping outstanding musicians playing their music live in the Capitol City.