by Kellie Abrahamson
Bryce Alastair and his band the Booze-N-Blues will be celebrating the release of their new CD on September 11th. Come out to Jack Rabbits and join the fun. • It’s hard to believe that Doozer’s Pub has already been around for three years but it’s true. Come out on the 18th for the party to end all parties with Burns Like Fire, Routine Scheme, Elysium, Guff, Grabbag and Konami Code. • Local reggae punk outfit Sidereal will release their self-titled debut album next month and in honor of this special occasion the band is planning a show at the Freebird with Livication. • Finally, hard rock band Marion Crane has unveiled a new video for their song ‘Illegitimate.’ Head over to their YouTube channel to check it out:
city hall pub

234 A Philip Randolph Blvd. (Downtown)
Just a short stroll from EverBank Field, the Baseball Grounds, Metropolitan Park and the Arena is City Hall Pub, a centrally located restaurant and bar that hosts live music each week. A tasty selection of lunch and dinner options makes this an ideal location for Downtown workers to grab a casual meal on their break or for a late night, post-game bite. The pub boasts a full bar with a wide variety of beer and wine to choose from. Fans of local music will enjoy the tunes heard on City Hall Pub’s two stages, especially this month when the YourJax Music Fest takes over the venue on September 5th. For more information on this and other events happening at the City Hall Pub, visit their website.
Weekly Happenings
Mondays Open Mic Night (live music, drink specials)
Tuesdays 2-For-Tuesday/Country Rock Night (live music, 2-for-1 drink specials)
Wednesdays Wine Down (free wine for ladies until 9 pm, DJs spin Motown, hip-hop and R&B)
Thursdays Sports Night
Fridays $5 Fridays ($5 admission, DJs spin R & B and hip-hop, food and drink specials)
Saturdays Satur-Daze (DJ Skillz spins Hip-Hop, R & B dance hits)
Sundays Game Day at the Pub
Coming This Month
September 5 YourJax Music Fest
September 6, 13, 20, 28 Joel Crutchfield
September 7, 14, 21, 29 Angel Evon Experience
get outta town
Sometimes good bands don’t come to us, so we have to go to them! Here are a few road trip-worthy shows to check out this month:
September 1 Meat Loaf / Pearl Seminole Hard Rock Live Arena (Hollywood, FL)
September 3 Good Old War / Xavier Rudd House of Blues (Orlando, FL)
September 4 Bandwagon Roadshow The Citrus Bowl (Orlando, FL)
September 8 Bear In Heaven / Crystal Castles Masquerade (Atlanta, GA)
September 10 The Toadies Masquerade (Atlanta, GA)
September 16 Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers St. Pete Times Forum (Tampa, FL)
September 17 Esperanza Spalding Herrick Chapel (Grinnell, GA)
September 18 Kings of Leon / The Black Keys / The Whigs 1-800-Ask-Gary Amphitheatre (Tampa, FL)
September 19-26 2010 Savannah Jazz Festival Multiple Venues (Savannah, GA)
September 20-21 Drake James L. Knight Center (Miami, FL)
September 21 Jimmy Eat World Center Stage (Atlanta, GA)
September 25 Third Day Wild Adventures (Valdosta, GA)
september album releases
The Acorn No Ghost
Robyn Body Talk PT 2
Hot Chip We Have Remixes
No Redeeming Social Value High in Holland

Spoek Mathambo Mshini Wam

Weezer Hurley
Autopsy The Tomb Within
Ólöf Arnalds Innundir Skinni
Black Mountain Wilderness Heart
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
The Lonely Forest The Lonely Forest
The Coast Queen Cities
The Most Serene Republic Fantasick Impossibliss

Anberlin Dark is the Way, Light is a Place
The Giving Tree Band The Joke, the Threat & the Obvious
Michael Franti & Spearhead The Sound of Sunshine
Drunken Barn Dance Grey Buried
Fake Problems Real Ghosts Caught On Tape
MeTalkPretty We Are Strangers
Kelsey & the Chaos Life Goes On

Jimmy Eat World Invented
The Posies Blood/Candy
KT Tunstall Tiger Suit
Pete Yorn Back & Fourth
The 88 THE 88
Combichrist Making Monsters
Adam Haworth Stephens We Live on Cliffs
Edisun Edisun
OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark) History Of Modern