1300 Veterans Parkway
Moultrie, GA 31788
Phone: (229) 890-8652
Fax: (229) 891-2314
April 23, 2015
The Thomasville Rose Show and Festival is a festival with deep roots. The event has celebrated the beauty of roses for several decades, and many Thomasville locals get together to arrange a parade along with other special rose-focused events. Perhaps another reason why you would want to attend this festival is that the majority of the special events are free for everyone. There will also be events for kids, so you won't need to worry about the bored youngsters. Don't forget to visit the official website for more specifics.
April 25, 2015 12:00 PM
Formed by three Austin, Texas-based singer/songwriters, who often shared a bill at the Austin club Momo's were three individual acts. Band of Heathens was formed when these three individuals decided to share more than the bill and start a band. With the addition of drummer John Chipman and bassist Seth Whitney in 2007, the lineup was complete and the band began creating country rock together. The band's debut album was ranked #8 on the Americana Music Association's Top 100 Albums of the Year list and the band has managed to garner more acclaim ever since.
May 02, 2015 7:30 PM
Rickey Smiley is an American radio host and stand-up comedian from Alabama. He first found fans as the host of the 2000 season of ComicView, a popular show on the BET network at the time. By 2004, he landed a radio show hosting job in Dallas, a role that showcased his prank phone call abilities and engaging, high-energy style. In addition to regular performances on late night television, Smiley has appeared on influential comedy specials such as Showtime at the Apollo and Def Comedy Jam.
May 03, 2015 7:30 PM
The Grammy award-winning American R&B singer/songwriter Anthony Hamilton managed to find popularity with mainstream audiences after releasing a slew of well received albums throughout the 2000s. Though he first started releasing recorded material in 1996, Hamilton didn't attain widespread notoriety until he released his 2003 breakthrough album Comin' from Where I'm From.