4 ways to enjoy live music in Auburn in November

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Live at GPAC. Photo via Gogue Performing Arts Center Facebook

Live music is revving back up in Auburn, so we’ve created the ultimate guide to must-see shows. Check it out.

1. Fall Bash at Red Clay Brewing Co.

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Underground Springhouse rocking out at a live show. Photo via Underground Springhouse Facebook

Red Clay Brewing Co. is teaming up with the Auburn Student Veterans Association for a night full of live music, food, prizes and more. Bands you’ll see:

The community is encouraged to bring donations and items for veterans during the show.

2. EmiSunshine & The Rain at Pebble Hill

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Live performance by EmiSunshine & The Rain. Photo via David Cottle Photography Facebook

EmiSunshine & The Rain is a unique country-folk band led by Emi Sunshine Hamilton, talented singer-songwriter from Madisonville, Tennessee. Emi’s cover of “Blue Yodel No. 6” attracted national attention in 2014, making her a popular social media personality. Rolling Stone named her among “10 new country artists you need to know” in 2017.

Grab your tickets at Spicer’s Music, Ross House Coffee or online now.

3. Ingrid Andress with Georgia Webster at GPAC

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A look into live music at GPAC. Photo via Gogue Performing Arts Center Facebook

The Gogue Performing Arts Center is hosting Grammy-nominated country singer Ingrid Andress along with rising country pop star Georgia Webster. Tickets to the show in the beautiful Woltosz Theatre are available online now.

4. Ellis Paul at Pebble Hill

Ellis Paul
Jamming with Ellis Paul. Photo via Greg & The Morning Buzz Facebook

Folk musician Ellis Paul is making his debut in Auburn on November 28. Considered a master folk storyteller, Paul is a crucial figure involved in the 1990s folk revival period. Tickets can be purchased at Spicer’s Music, Ross House Coffee or online.

Seeing all these events is music to our ears. Get ready, Auburn!

Keep up with us on social @TheBamaBuzz for more exciting events like this.

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Maggie Dazzio
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