Best Bets September 5, 2013

Catch Tupelo rock band The Amber live next week. The band will perform, (C. Todd Sherman) along with Jake Wood, Ashley W. and Daniel Lee Perea, at Rock and Swing in Baldwyn on Sept. 14. Tickets are $8, and doors open at 7 p.m. There will be food and a silent auction featuring items by local artist Claire Powell. Learn more at facebook.com/rockandswing.

Catch Tupelo rock band The Amber live next week. The band will perform,, along with Jake Wood, Ashley W. and Daniel Lee Perea, at Rock and Swing in Baldwyn on Sept. 14. Tickets are
$8, and doors open at 7 p.m. There will be food and a silent auction featuring items by local artist Claire Powell. Learn more at facebook.com/rockandswing. (C. Todd Sherman/file)

OXFORD
Rock band Those Darlins to play new tunes in Oxford
Nashville-based rock band Those Darlins is on the road promoting its new album, “Blur the Line,” out Oct. 1.

The quartet will show off some of these new tunes at Proud Larry’s tonight at 9 p.m.

It’s $8.

For more, visit proudlarrys.com.

Rice’s ‘Ready, Set, Roll’ tour comes to The Lyric Oxford
Country singer-songwriter Chase Rice, who co-wrote the Florida-Georgia Line hit single “Cruise,” has a gig in Oxford on Saturday.

Michael Ray will open the show at 9 p.m.

Tickets are $10.

Learn more at thelyricoxford.com.

TUPELO
Main A celebrates anniversary with Big Joe Maher concert
The Main Attraction is celebrating 25 years in downtown Tupelo, and owner Barbara Fleishhacker is celebrating with music.

Next weekend she’ll host a concert by jazz musician Big Joe Maher & the Dynaflows at Romie’s BBQ. The show is 8:30 p.m. Sept. 13.

Tickets are $10/advance, $15/door.

Call (662) 842-9617 for more. All proceeds go to the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society.

Dulcimer group to perform at Natchez Trace Visitor Center
The North Mississippi Dulcimer Association will play gospel and old-time music Saturday at the Natchez Trace Visitor Center in Tupelo.

It’s a free show and will take place 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

For more, call (662) 680-4027.

‘How to Make Movies at Home’ kicks off Indie Film Series

The Indie Film Series begins next weekend with a screening of “How to Make Movies at Home.”

The feature film screens at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 at the Link Centre’s Black Box Theatre.

It’s $5, and the filmmaker, Morgan Nichols, will there to answer questions.

Call (662) 690-4011.