Live Music in Gulf Shores

Live music and Events in Gulf Shores

The Hangout is the best venue on the beach to listen to great live music and concert series.

The Sideliners

March 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 9th.
The Sideliners is a Pop trio band from Mobile, AL. After 60+ shows and a single release in 2018, The Sideliners continue to create new music and tour along the Gulf Coast! Their spin on the classics, new and old, makes for an unforgettable show of music!

Midnight Shepherds

March 4th, 5th, 6th, 10th, 11th, 23rd, 24th and 29th.
The Midnight Shepherds is based out of Mobile, Alabama with members Brady Reeves (vocals and guitar), Dusty Sanderson (bass/vocals), Matt Johnson (percussion), and Tuener Mason (guitar). With a wide range of musical backgrounds, The Shepherds cover a plethora of genres! Ranging from Blues, Rock, Funk, Country and even Reggae! The Midnight Shepherds always bring the heat!

12 Eleven Band

March 7th, 8th and 16th.
12Eleven is a radiant, energetic and dynamic pop/R&B band with a vast range of cathartic and dance-worthy songs. The main ingredients to 12Eleven’s vibe are their warm vocals, infectious groove, and fresh sound.

Willie Traywick

March 12th, 15th, 30th and 31st.
Local country music artist with a smooth & unique sound, Willie Traywick tours all over the Gulf Coast writing songs and pursuing a full time career in music.

Adam Calvert

March 13th and 14th.
Adam Calvert is originally from a small town in Southeastern Ohio. He has been featured on the hit MTV show, “Taking The Stage” (Season 2), which was nominated for a ‘Teen Choice’ award. Adam was inducted into the Wheeling Jamboree in 2015 and in 2017 went on a National tour with, “Live From Nashville Country Legends.” Adam is an avid singer-songwriter that plays the guitar, fiddle and piano. His show consists of high energy new country, your favorite classic hits as well as his original material.
Adam has shared the stage with Phil Vassar, Parmalee, Canaan Smith, Neil McCoy, Marty Haggard, Martina McBride, and many more.

Smokey Otis

March 17th.
Local legend Smokey Otis is a musical mainstay at the Alabama-Florida state line, bringing his brand of gritty country and western, blues and folk to tourists and locals. For well more than a decade, Otis has earned a loyal local following as he cut his teeth from being a young artist to a veteran singer-songwriter, tearing it up night after night.
Otis brings a honky tonk sound that is unmistakably his own. Whether he’s doing Motown, Prince, classic rock and roll or Carlos Santana, his repertoire of cover songs is truly impressive. He’s a bit of a walking jukebox, which is a good thing when folks shout out a request on the beach. More times than not, Otis knows the song or can make it work. Either way, he makes the cover song his own – and that’s what makes this singer-guitarist-songwriter a local favorite.

Mo Jiles

March 18th, 19th, 27th and 28th.
Houston, Texas’ Mo Jiles are living proof that raw talent, ambition, honesty and a powerful live performance can still prevail in a constantly evolving music industry. The 4 piece band hails from the Gulf Coast yet features members from all over the world. Averaging over 150 shows a year for the last 8 years, Mo Jiles have become a dominating force in the Southeastern music scene. Bringing you an energetic mix of Top 40 Country Hits, 80’s Rock, 70’s Classics and Top 40 Dance, Mo Jiles will keep you singing along and dancing all night long.

Voodoo Gumbo

March 20th and 21st.
Their current song list consist of Rock, Dance, Country and a little bit of everything else in between. They will entertain any party they play from an 18yrs olds birthday party to your Grandmas 70th birthday party, they will impress you.

Yeah Probably

March 22nd.
Based out of Mobile, AL this group of passionate players blends every bit of musicality and diversity to provide a show that really brings those present, a unique experience. From soulful clean vocals to an excellent display of groove, r&b, jazz, funk, and melodic flow that has lead the band to classify themselves as Indie/Pop/Soul.

Velcro Pygmies

March 25th and 26th.
The World Famous Velcro Pygmies travel the country year round – from the Gulf Shores to the Great Lakes – to share the sights, sounds and stain-washed denim of the glorious ’80s, schooling audiences on the difference between a rock band and a rock show. From start to finish, they command the stage with a prowess uncommon in today’s industry, and they leave you begging for more. No gimmicks or tricks, just undiluted rock ‘n’ roll energy that unites every race, creed, age and gender.
The Velcro Pygmies are more than just a band – they are a way of life. They’re a nitro-fueled Trans Am prowling the streets at dusk, looking for some action – satisfaction all night. They ain’t looking for nothing but a good time, and it don’t get better than this.