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“Inspired guitar, inspired lyrics, distinctive voice-sounds like no one else.”

Raw but elegant guitar architecture...lyrics that conjure spirits of the past...a weather beaten voice sculpted by time and experience...these are the defining characteristics of Dave Perkins' Fugitive Colors, an eclectic collection of songs that bridge the boundary lines of multiple genres of American music. One early listener described Fugitive Colors as "genre free." Thanks to Perkins' individualistic guitar approach to song construction, the question is blurred as to where, if in any of the usual locations, this album belongs. Americana? Contemporary folk rock? Alternative rock? Singer songwriter?

When asked about the album's title, Perkins responded, "Fugitive colors are deferred emotions, delayed reactions, deep feelings that have risen from hidden places." Forgotten feelings are sometimes triggered by a chance encounter that stirs the memory, or, they may be resurrected by challenging circumstances. In recent years, Perkins has had his own challenges, of which we hear echoes in songs like "Blue Into Black," "Away," and "Stand."

Visit www.listentodaveperkins.com for more of the story.

Macon, Georgia has been called home by some of the very best musicians to ever live. Their influence... plus the presence of thousands of dedicated music fans... helps to make my birth town a wonderful place to live and work. Macon is a city with a rhythm and a style all its own; a place whererock, jazz, country, hip hop, rap, blues, soul, gospel and church bells fill the air. We are also blessed with the Big House Museum.

The Cause...Food for the Hungry

H&H Soul FoodWhen Duane and Gregg Allman first came to Macon, Georgia with the Allman Brothers Band, they often frequented H&H Soul Food on Forsyth Street. There, Louise Hudson and Inez Hill kept the band well fed, even in the early years when they had trouble paying the bill. Gregg Allman, at a recent birthday party for Mama Louise, said..

"There is a good possibility ... a very good possibility... that without Mama Louise there wouldn't be an Allman Brothers Band."

Being from a town with such a rich musical heritage is a true honor. Much of what we have learned is that great music flows out of great people. We also know that music and musicians in history can be forgotten. Events like this help assure this doesn't happen.

On what would have been Duane Allman's 60th birthday, the Skydog Music Festival (60) got it's start. It continues as the annual benefit concert that celebrates the life, birthday and music of Duane Allman. "Skydog" We play the music that he played and or inspired. We give to a need that I believe he would give to today, were he alive...helping feed the poor and homeless.

To date, the Festival has hosted thousands of fans, provided an enormous amount of food for the hungry, and given dozens of talented musicians a place to express the music of Skydog and his influence on them. Devoted volunteers help make this event happen and they are much appreciated. Our wonderful sponsors and contributors are the other side of the coin. Please thank them and support their business.

Skydog 70 2014

We thank all of our sponsors and volunteers.

It can't happen without you. 


We are proud to have The MACON rescue mission as our beneficiary

This wonderful organization began in 1952 here in Macon, Ga. They provide shelter and food for the poor and homeless. Please see their work at www.maconrescuemission.com. Please support them with your donations.

Admission this year is TEN or more canned goods PER PERSON

Our goal is 7,000 pounds Add some non-perishables to your bag

We'll see you at the 11th annual Skydog 70 and your generous food donation. Noon to Five , Sunday November 20, 2016 Central City Park Macon, Ga.

Rain site: City Auditorium in Macon

Glenn Harrell, Event Coordinator

Skydog 70 2016 is proud to support the Macon Rescue Mission

In 1952, Police Sergeant A.E. McGee began to provide shelter for the homeless and alchoholic men on his beat. Four years later, The Resuce Mission of Middle Georgia, Inc. was officially chartered as a non-profit, becoming the first men's residential program in the area. Our most historic location was on Broadway and Popular Street, with the sign "Jesus Cares" on the roof. In 1981 the mission began accepting female victims of domestic violence and their children. Now known as the Dove Center, this was the first domestic violence program in Middle Georgia."

Erin M. Reimers, CPA, Executive Director