Previous events

Jimmy Hall on the Weather Brains PodCast LIVE!

We’ve had almost every great mind in meteorology through 750 shows of WeatherBrains, but this Monday (7/6), we'll be entertained by one of the great rockers of the past 50 years, Jimmy Hall of Wet Willie. Watch it live at or

BBS Radio One - Interviewing the Legends JIMMY HALL ‘WET WILLIE’

BBS Radio One

7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern on BBS Radio One Brought to you by The Rock Star Chronicles available at

This Towne Rocks - Ep1 - Jimmy Hall Presented by Get AMPED Magazine

GetAmped Magazine

Facebook GetAMPED is proud to present the debut of This Towne Rocks! Don't miss the pilot episode of this exciting show which Curt's guests share the stories that few hear. We at GetAMPED are excited about this series and hope you all are as well.

7 PM Eastern

Blackberry Smoke Pandemic Crib Jam


Listen to the songs that Jimmy recorded with Blackberry Smoke! On Facebook live Introducing the Blackberry Smoke Pandemic Crib Jam!! Coming to you all this Friday, April 24th 4pm CST/5pm EST live from our homes to yours. There’ll be tunes, QnA, some giveaways and the world premier of the next “Live From Capricorn Sound Studios” session. Catch it live on the Blackberry Smoke Facebook Page then everywhere else soon after. See you THIS AFTERNOON

WBHM SmallStep2, NPR and StoryCorps will present “One Small Step: A Night of Courageous Conversation,”

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Join Friday, February 7th as NPR comes to Birmingham and joins forces with WBHM to celebrate StoryCorps' "One Small Step" at UAB's Alys Stephens Center! Alabama's Music Hall of Fame inductee Jimmy Hall (joined by Southern Culture Revival) will provide some music magic for this special occasion.

Jimmy Hall and Friends at the Capricorn Dedication and Concert - Live Stream!

Mercer Music at Capricorn, Macon, GA

Live stream at

A public ceremony will formally re-open Mercer Music at Capricorn on Dec. 3 at 2 p.m. The program, which is free and open to the public, will take place on an outdoor stage behind the studios and will feature music by Mercer’s Robert McDuffie Center for Strings and the The Otis Redding Foundation DREAM Team, as well as remarks from Mercer President William D. Underwood and other special guests. At the conclusion of the brief program, the stage and tent will transition to a concert venue with music by former Wet Willie lead singer Jimmy Hall and Friends. Following the 45-minute set by Hall, Mercer Music at Capricorn will be open for free tours. The live music will continue inside the studios until 6 p.m. with performances by the Robert Lee Coleman Band, Chris Hicks from the Marshall Tucker Band, Magnolia Moon and Caleb Melvin of Hindsight, all artists and bands with Macon roots.