37 Main in downtown Buford is playing host to yet another classic lineup on Wednesday - Molly Hatchet.
Formed in 1975 in Jacksonville, Fla., Molly Hatchet is a Southern Rock band that became famous overnight with support from bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd and .38 Special.
The band named themselves Molly Hatchet after a famous 17th century axe murderess "Hatchet Molly," who would behead her lovers with the hand tool Lizzy Borden made famous.
Their first and third albums went Platinum, while their second, "Flirtin' with Disaster" achieved Double Platinum status.
"In my eyes, they've just been kind of a staple here in the south," said Joe White, one of the owners of 37 Main.
The titular single from their second album held a position on the Billboard Hot 100 for 10 weeks when released.
The show is part of a new album tour, White said. The band just released their latest album, "Justice."
Anyone interested in seeing this Southern Rock legend perform can buy tickets in advance at 37 Main or at www.etix.com for $13. Tickets at the door will be $20. For more information call 678-288-2030.
So if you're looking to flirt with some disaster next week, stop by 37 Main to see the famous Molly Hatchet rock out.