The Music Farm (32 Ann St.) and All-In Entertainment recently posted an updated winter concert schedule that features a pile of popular jam bands and a few surprises from the punkier side of the rock world.

Savannah-based funk/prog group Perpetual Groove return on Sat. Jan. 16.

The solidified Southern rock jam band Gov’t Mule (led by guitarist Warren Haynes) performs on Tues. Jan. 26 in support of a new album titled By a Thread.

Feel-good quintet Donna the Buffalo travel down from upstate New York for a show on Sun. Jan. 31 behind a melodic new collection called Silverlined.

Minnesota-based alt-pop band Owl City has the headlining slot on Mon. Feb. 1 behind an impressive wave of support and acclaim for their new album Ocean Eyes.

New Orleans funkmeisters Galactic share the stage with T-Bird & The Breaks on Wed. Feb. 10.

Celtic-tinged, punk/folk Los Angeles band Flogging Molly are set for a show on Thurs. Feb. 18.

Punk rock singer/writer/actor/etc. Henry Rollins is solid for a spoken-word performance on the Farm stage on Fri. March 5.

These are just a few of the highlights. Tickets info and artist info on all Music Farm gigs are available at,, and