~ Live Music Options for Saturday, March 4, 2017 ~
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~ Rockin’ Around the Region ~
Since it is Saturday I guess we can start things off with the first show that gets underway at 10 am with this week’s featured artist Adam Hill Band.
You are invited to bring the family out for a day of fun with cool cars and some fast guitar for the Beauty and The Beast 5th Old School Cruise-In Car Show, happening this morning at 2043 Lejeune Blvd., Jacksonville, NC. Fun starts at 10 am til 2 pm. Music plays from 11 am til the end. This is a drive in and register for free event, so grab the fancy ride and take a drive. All cars registered get a free meal. Donations given at this event help benefit the Vocational Hub for Eastern North Carolina.
Later tonight after the kiddies are tucked in and the baby sitter is hired, you can head out for some adult time with the Adam Hill Band live tonight at The Red Room, located at 220 N. Herritage St., Kinston, NC. Music starts at 10 pm and the band will offer many great selections to keep you rocking til 2 am. There is a $5.00 music charge payable at the door.
Just down the way you can check out the acoustic offerings of Chris Hagan and great food being served at North Street Pub and Eatery, located at 115 W North St., Kinston, NC. Music starts at 6 pm just in time for supper.
Real Rowdy have a show tonight at Burnouts Tavern located at 42 Faith Baptist Church Rd., Pinetops, NC. They pay all the fun music for the boot scooters from 9 pm til midnight.
The band offering the music tonight at Michael’s Showside Grill located at 102 N Pine St., Spring Hope, NC is Sixteen Penny. They will be live in the lounge from 8-11 pm. This show is free and the band is fun. Come early for supper and stay late for the dance.
For those wanting supper along the 17 N corridor, I have a deal for you, if you would like a free one, you can head to Ayden tonight and check in with Ed and Trisha owners of The Grey Goose, located at 9527 Highway 903 N, Ayden, NC. Tonight they are serving up free BBQ Sandwiches at 8 pm and live music at 10 pm featuring the modern country sounds of Steel County Express. Music charge at the door is $10 per person or $15 per couple.
Live at Whirligig Stage located at 628 S Pitt St. Greenville, NC it is the music of The Still Shakers. Music for this event starts at 7:30 pm and wraps up about 10 pm and here is what I leaned about the band on the Facebook event page:
The Still Shakers sound is an energetic mixture of fast bluegrass and traditional country. We’ll get you up on your feet, dancing and singing along to your new and old favorites.
If you were a fan of Redhorse Black or Carolina Still, then you’ll love The Still Shakers. We are made up of members from both bands and bring with us the performance and touring experience from playing for thousands all across the US.
For those out in the Wallace area, you can enjoy the Justin West Band live tonight from 8-11 pm at Mad Boar Restaurant, 111 River Village Pl., Wallace NC. Come out and enjoy some great grub and fun live music tonight. This is a four piece band full of energy and ready to deliver a great show tonight.
Rock Drop and Roll are on tap for entertain folks tonight at Flipside, located at 408 E Second St. Clayton NC. You are encouraged to come early to grab a bite to eat and stay late to enjoy the rockin’ grooves of this band that has been working hard on new songs to rock you. Music starts at 9 pm and keeps you moving til 12 am.
Southbound 85 are on the agenda tonight at The Junction, located at 791 Tarheel Rd. Benson, NC. They will be delivering all the southern rock and country to make you boot scoot the night away from 8 pm til the midnight hour.
Double Barley Brewing, located at 3174 US Highway 70 W. Smithfield NC, are offering the sounds of the City Dirt Duo this evening from 7 pm til 10 pm. Come enjoy some cold beer and warm sounds.
For those looking for a great time in Cary, you should head over to Tony’s Oyster Bar this evening, for the party sounds and get down grooves of Crush live tonight from 10:30 pm til 1:30 am. Come enjoy the fun music you love to dance to but come early and enjoy a great meal first! Tony’s is located at 107 Edinburgh Dr. S. Cary NC.
Live tonight at Lorraine’s Coffee House & Music located at 101 Timer Pointe Ln., Garner, NC it is an acoustic blues show featuring the talents of Allan Beam & Harrison Beam. Music starts at 7:30 pm and plays til 9:30 pm.
Pulling into the RDU area, you can enjoy the music of Spank live tonight at Blue Note Grill, located at 709 Washington St., Durham. Music starts at 8 pm and tickets are $8.00 and are available at the door. This band offers up the great classic rock and soul songs you love. Come early and enjoy a fine meal from their menu and stay late to dance the night away!
Baldwin Auditorium 1336 Campus Dr., Durham, NC
Saturday, March 4, 2017 | 8 PM
Tickets $48 • $42 • $15 Ages 30 & Under •
$10 Duke Students | Reserved Seating
The Hagen Quartet sound like they’ve been playing together their whole lives — because they have. The otherworldly closeness of their sound, built on the collaboration of the three Hagen siblings with violinist Rainer Schmidt, led the Los Angeles Times to call them “the ideal string quartet.” Legends in Europe for three decades, the rarity of their visits to the United States makes this concert a true event. For this program, there are joined by pianist Kirill Gerstein, whose “blistering technique is matched only by his deeply soulful connection to standard repertoire” (Time Out New York).
The Hagens begin on their own, with Beethoven’s charming Second Quartet, which recalls the styles of Haydn and Mozart. They demonstrate their range by turning to Bartók’s Third Quartet, a one-movement bravura powerhouse that one critic fondly refers to as “fireside Bartók.” Gerstein joins them for the finale, the propulsive and engrossing Piano Quintet, which Brahms’ friend Hermann Levi called “beautiful beyond words.”
Beethoven: String Quartet in G Major, op. 18, no. 2
Bartók: String Quartet No. 3 in C Major
Brahms: Piano Quintet in F Minor, op. 34
STEPHANIE MILLS & WILL DOWNING
R&B’S BIGGEST NIGHT
Sensational R&B, soul and gospel artist Stephanie Mills is bringing you her signature sounds to DPAC, located at 123 Vivian St. Durham, NC on March 4, 2017. Along with the Prince of Sophisticated Soul – Will Downing and North Carolina based special guest, Yolanda Rabun. Don’t miss this night – The Feel the Fire Tour.
Stephanie Mills is one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music whose onstage energy and power inspires standing ovations wherever she performs. She is a legendary Grammy® and America Music Award winning recording artist with five best-selling albums and ten Billboard #1 singles.
Over the span of 35 years of her illustrious career, Stephanie Mills has distinguished herself as an actress and performer. Stephanie‘s critically acclaimed appearances in shows like the four-time Tony Award -winner “The Wiz”, have assured her of a consistent and loyal fan base.
“Mr. Will Downing’s music has stood the test of time and over the course of a 27 year career, he has unquestionably become a living example of the absolute best that smooth R&B and Soul has to offer. He became a fixture at the top of the contemporary jazz charts, courtesy of a number of solid releases. He has a Grammy® nomination and continues to give back to his community through charities dear to his heart.
Special guest, Yolanda Rabun’s recent release of her self-titled project Yolanda, is making waves on the UK Soul Top 30 chart and Billboard’s Smooth Jazz Most Adds Chart among others. The album made the 59th Annual Grammy Nominations First-Round Ballots! A skilled singer with a natural storytelling instinct, Yolanda Rabun is a must have artist for your music collection.
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Los Lonely Boys will be live tonight at The Lincoln Theater, located at 126 Cabarrus St., Raleigh, NC. They will be joined tonight by Sugar Dirt & Sand. Doors open at 7 pm and music starts at 8 pm. For your tickets click on this link
For more on the band, I found this on the Facebook event page:
“We decided to call this album Revelation because we want to make music that reveals something to people about their lives and their world,” says Jojo Garza. He’s talking about the new release by Los Lonely Boys, the close-knit Texas trio that the bassist/vocalist shares with his brothers Henry (vocals, guitar) and Ringo (drums, vocals). “As musicians and artists, we’re here to connect with people, and to share our view of things.”
Revelation — to be released on the band’s own LonelyTone imprint Jan. 21, 2014, in association with the respected Austin-based indie Playing in Traffic — is a landmark release for the siblings. While maintaining the infectiously melodic mix of bluesy rock ’n’ roll and rootsy brown-eyed soul that’s long endeared Los Lonely Boys to its fiercely loyal fan base, Revelation adds an expansive range of new sonic elements, e.g. the conjunto touches of “Blame It On Love,” the reggae groove of “Give A Little More,” the rustic acoustic textures of “It’s Just My Heart Talkin’ and the baroque pop elements of “There’s Always Tomorrow.”
“We’re always trying to broaden our horizons and advance musically, and that’s something that we were very conscious of in making this record,” Jojo states. “We’re always looking for new ways to communicate and reach people, so we experimented with a lot of different sounds and production approaches.”
Toward that end, the brothers also collaborated with an eclectic cast of co-writers in assembling the dozen new original songs that comprise Revelation, including alt-country icon Radney Foster, in-demand pop tunesmiths Matthew Gerrard and David Quiñones, Black-Eyed Peas collaborators George Pajon Jr. and Keith Harris, and Raul Pacheco of Ozomatli.
Revelation also marks Los Lonely Boys’ first recording work since Henry Garza sustained serious injuries in a fall from the stage during a February 2013 performance in Los Angeles, necessitating a lengthy and ongoing recovery period.
“We nearly lost Henry, man, and that was a big change for us,” Jojo acknowledges. “The whole experience was a wake-up call for us. It made us rethink every aspect of our lives and our careers, and it reminded us of what’s really important to us.”
The abiding sense of family unity and creative rapport that allowed the band to weather such a potentially devastating event has been built into Los Lonely Boys from the beginning. Indeed, Henry, Jojo and Ringo have been making music together for their entire lives. Their father, Ringo Garza Sr., was a member of another sibling band, the Falcones, which played throughout southern Texas in the ’70s and ’80s. When that group disbanded, Ringo Sr. went solo, and recruited his three young sons to back him. The family relocated to Nashville in the ’90s, and soon Henry, Jojo and Ringo Jr. began writing and performing their own material as a trio.
After moving back to Texas, the brothers recorded their eponymous debut album in 2003 at Willie Nelson’s Pedernales studio in Austin, with Willie himself guesting on the sessions. Although originally released on small Or Music label, Epic Records picked up Los Lonely Boys for major-label distribution in early 2004. The album quickly won the band a large national audience. Its lead single “Heaven” became a Top 20 pop hit, reached the #1 spot on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart, and eventually won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
After a prominent guest appearance on the 2005 Santana album All That I Am, Los Lonely Boys solidified their success with 2006’s Sacred, which brought two more Grammy nominations, and 2008’s Forgiven, as well as the holiday-themed Christmas Spirit. Meanwhile, the band continued to build its reputation as a singularly powerful live act.
In early 2009, Los Lonely Boys made their LonelyTone/Playing in Traffic debut with the all-covers EP 1969, followed by the unplugged Keep On Giving: Acoustic Live! Those releases set the stage for the band’s acclaimed 2011 album Rockpango, and for the creative leap forward that Revelation represents.
“We want to make music that brings people together, not music that divides people,” Jojo states. “We’re all about having a good time, but we also make an effort to write about things that really matter. A lot of people write songs about superficial things, like how you look and what kind of car you drive and how much money you have, but we’re not interested in that. We want to create music that’s about the love and the energy and the spirit that we all carry as people.”
“We’re very thankful that God blessed our family with a drummer, a guitar player and a bass player, and that the three of us get to make music together,” Jojo concludes. “There’s been a few bumps in the road here and there, but that happens in any family and in any band. The main thing is that we stick together, and that we’re trying to pass on that feeling of brotherhood, of familia, in the music that we make.”
Big Mean Sound Machine will be rocking the Pour House Music Hall, located at 224 S. Blount St. Raleigh, NC. They will be joined by Dark Water Rising. Doors open at 8 pm and music starts at 9 pm. Here is more information I found on the link for tickets:
Advance Price: $8 / Day Of: $10
“BMSM might be one of my favorite bands on the planet. With a horn section to kill for, a drummer that can put me in a beat coma instantly, and a knack for hitting grooves in a pantsless stride, they aren’t easy to ignore,” writes Joel Frieders of SYFFAL.com and he’s not kidding. For a band without a lead singer, Big Mean Sound Machine has character in spades. When assembled from a selection of the finest, well-lubricated, musically brilliant human components, the final result is the oral equivalent of positive feeling, “…the embodiment of feeling… delicious,” writes Frieders. People dance when a rhythm moves them, and there’s no defying instinct when Big Mean Sound Machine is on stage. Anyone who has experienced the band in action knows that their performances are the heaviest and sweetest. “Incorporating Caribbean, African, and Latin sounds and everything in between, these musicians… sound as though they’ve been playing together since the sandbox days. They transition effortlessly from a collective of trombone, sax, and trumpet to riveting soloists. Then, there is heavy bass before… percussion, guitar, or keys take the limelight, and when [they’re] not playing simultaneously, those who are stepping aside are jamming out as if they were in the crowd with the rest of us,” writes Mary Mistretta of Upstate LIVE. A polyrhythmic monster with a crisp, constant, unrelenting groove, the band brings together many musical traditions in a unique blend that reinterprets and re-animates live dance music unlike any other band playing today. At the band’s birth in Central New York State, the founders wanted to set themselves apart artistically while honoring the true, primal reason that people listen to music in the first place: because good music feels good; and though their sound has evolved since their inception in June 2009, they have stayed true to their mission for the better part of a decade. Few bands can trace their roots all the way back to a specific set of values shared in casual conversation among good friends; in the case of Big Mean Sound Machine, honoring the ideas the group was founded on seems to be more of an instinct than a choice. Big Mean is contemporary proof that it’s possible to create art that stimulates the body while also challenging the mind to explore beyond the status quo. “For the listener who stops shaking to pay attention at a Big Mean show, they can find a musical education,” writes Josh Brokaw of The Ithaca Times. Borrowing elements from traditional afrobeat, roots reggae, ethiojazz, and funk among others, “Big Mean’s [style] is not easily captured by the precise, genre-parsing descriptors of a contemporary music press that’s uncomfortable admitting to being surprised with a new sound,” writes Brokaw. Their instrumental soundscapes have no overt messages yet they’re anything but barren. “You get the feeling of walking the streets in a city late at night as those who are up to no good are coming out of their homes searching for their next score,” writes Bryan Lasky of NYSmusic.com. “Seamed together by an amazing rhythm section… the core of the group commands attention while providing a passionate and constant groove,” boasts Vinyl Fluid Records, noting the fact that this purely instrumental band stimulates audiences both physically and cerebrally, though devoid of vocal indoctrination. The theme the band delivers again and again through evolving rhythms and melodies is to enjoy music for its creativity and musicality, and the way it makes you feel in every sense of being able to feel.
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For fans of rockabilly music you can check out The Rusted Rails who will be live tonight at Scooter’s Bar & Grill, located at 1911 Sego Ct. Raleigh, NC. Music starts at 7 pm and they will keep you jumpin’ and jiving til at leat 10 pm. Come enjoy a great meal and some fun music tonight!
On The Border, The Ultimate Eagles Tribute Act will perform live tonight at Ritz Raleigh, located at 2820 Industrial Dr. Raleigh NC. My favorite radio station WRDU is hosing this fun event. This venue is general admission and standing room only. Tickets are $15 for this show and available at the door.Doors open at 7 pm and music starts at 8 pm.
There are four bands being featured tonight at Slim’s Downtown, located at 227 S Wilmington St., Raleigh, NC. Come get rocked by the following acts:
Music starts at 8:30 pm and admission is just $5.00
Big Love have a show tonight and you are invited to attend. They will be giving up the grooves at 42nd St Oyster Bar located at 508 W Jons St. Raleigh, NC. Music starts at 10 pm and the fun grooves go til 1 am. So come party and celebrate the coming of Spring tonight with Big Love!
The Percosets with Tommy Redd and Too Tall Tommy Evans will be on the bill tonight for those at Korner Pocket Sports Bar & Grill located at 8508 Capital Blvd., Raleigh, NC. Come early to grab a bite and stay late to get rocked. Music plays from 9 pm til 1 am.
Tonight at Real McCoy’s located at 3325 Rogers Rd. Wake Forest, NC you can enjoy the sounds of 40 Love live in the bar from 9:30 pm til 1:30 am. Throw on the dance shoes and get ready to boogie.
Heading North and West we stop in Winston-Salem where we find he Lilly Brothers live tonight at Bull’s Tavern, located at 408 W 4th St. Winston-Salem, NC. They get the grooves of bluegrass and folk music started tonight at 10 pm and will roll you into the morning with picking and grinning favorites. til 2 am.
Live tonight, offering up all the tunes you enjoy dancing to at Finnegan’s Wake, located at 620 N Trade St. Winston-Salem, NC; it is CC3. This is a free show. Music starts at 10 pm and you are encouraged to bring your dancing shoes for this great night of rock pop and great dance grooves.
James Vincent Carroll will offer the tunes in the pregame hours from 5-8 pm at Hickory Tavern Stratford St., located at 206 Harvey St. Winston-Salem, NC. Come enjoy the offerings of this talented singer/ songwriter and get ready for the big game which will follow.
Live tonight Carlisle’s Pub, located at 1314 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem, NC, will be firing up the funk with the offerings of The Funk Better Band, tonight from 10 pm til 2 am.
Wild Blue Elixir will be live tonight at 6th & Vine, located at 206 W. 6th St. Winston-Salem, NC. This trio offers low-end swing, awesome acoustic harmonies and they will be live from 10 pm til 1 am
Tonight at The Somewhere Else Tavern, located at 5713 W Friendly Ave., Greensboro, NC, it is a rocking bash of great proportions for Momma Toast’s Birthday Bash, featuring a stellar line up of rock acts to groove you. Here is the line up found on the Facebook event page:
Momma Toast is Taking over SWET for her Birthday. Come out and Celebrate with Momma Toast. She has a great line up of bands helping bring the party…
12am – MechaBull
11pm – Fan The Flames
10pm – Divine Treachery
9pm – Milk Truck
8pm – Death of August
7pm – Written In Gray
All Ages Show
5$ at the door
For those looking to express themselves I invite you to The People’s Perk, located at 551 S Mendenhall St. Greensboro, NC, who will be having Love4TheLocals Open Mic Night, hosted by Sun Queen Kelcey. All poets, artists, singers and musicians are welcome to participate in this event from 7-9 pm. Come enjoy come great coffee and enjoy all of the local talent too.
Gerry Stanek will perform live at WineStyles, located at 3326 W Friendly Ave. Greensboro, NC. Music starts at 7 pm and the sounds soothe you til 10 pm. This show is free and the music original!
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~ Gettin’ Down Around Town New Bern, NC ~
There is a great day of music lined up for Customer Appreciation Day today at Riverside Mitsubishi, located at 1307 Highway 70 E., New Bern, NC. On site for your entertainment from noon til 4 pm you can enjoy the sounds of Soul Shakers.
There is Mardi Gras fun and celebrations taking place in Ghent neighborhood today. This parade will include lots of music and great things to see and celebrate. Come out with the family. The fun starts at 2 pm and lasts long into the evening.
The Kohler’s will be offering the live music today at BrÜtopia, located at 1201 Highway 70 E. New Bern, NC. This is the place to go to get ready for the big game tonight. They will have grills on site for you to cook the food you bring and The Kohler’s will be dishing out the blues starting at 4:30 pm. And they play as we get ready for Duke to take the stage on the TV at 8 pm. Come enjoy some great beer and awesome music.
Live music tonight will be offered at The Brown Pelican, located 411 Broad St. New Bern, NC. On the schedule to entertain you is Joel Kachel who will be live from 8-11 pm. Here is more on this player which I found on the Facebook event page:
JOEL KACHEL, original singer-songwriter/performer (Minneapolis/St. Paul), a child of the new ACOUSTIC POP ROCK wave will be sure to get your attention with his engaging stage presence and lively music. This high energy acoustic guitar player and singer will be sure to have you off your seat and wanting more of these original tunes. Joel’s entertaining and creative songs bring life to everyday experiences and stories to which today’s young people can easily relate. Whether about a happy or disheartening experience, his music conveys an upbeat or encouraging sentiment. Through his music, Joel creates an image of a glass at least half full, never half empty, leaving his audience excited, uplifted and having fun. Joel Kachel has played a broad circuit of venues and events from local restaurants, bars and clubs, colleges, coffee shops, fairs, private parties, fund-raising events and more.
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~ Cruising Along the Coast ~
Stopping in Morehead City we find the fun and romantic acoustic duo 4EverAll, will serving up the sounds at Snapperz Grill & Steam Bar. This sweet couple will be live in the Boat Bar from 6-9 pm, making them a delicious choice for dinner and a show! Located at 3710 Arendell Ave. Morehead City. This show is free but feel free to tip the players and be kind to your servers too!
Live at Infusion Cafe, it is a Classical & Celtic harp show featuring the music of Sarah Claire Williams. Here is more on these two shows taking place today.
The Infusion Cafe proudly presents A CELTIC TEA… HARP SONGS OF THE BRITISH ISLES with special guest, classical harpist, Sarah Claire Williams.
In addition to the usual places where one finds a harpist, Sarah Claire Williams has played her harp in an aviary, botanical gardens, a major league baseball stadium, sculpture gardens, art galleries, museums and in theatres. She has played harp in ensembles, including the three member Trillium Harp Ensemble which appeared at the Bethlehem Musikfest and in the Summer Solstice at The Kimmel Center in Philadelphia… and The Infusion Cafe!
In 2016 Ms Williams added The Infusion Cafe to the illustrious list of venues in which she has performed. We are pleased to bring her back to perform for you again as part of our 2017 tea event season.
Join us for a formal tea time featuring two courses of Irish tea, three courses of formal Irish tea fare, and Celtic harp-songs played by harpist, Ms. Williams.
Ms. Williams will transport us through her music to those famous green islands of legend, to a time gone by. Lilting, lush and lovely Irish and Scot folk songs. Romantic and epic, soft and sweet… harp songs. A wonderful, formal, afternoon tea tradition. A most memorable tea experience; and an elegant way to honor special people in your life
Seating is limited. Tickets Required.
Call (252) 240-2800 to guarantee your seat
The Acoustic duo Now & Then have a show tonight at Sea Monkey 58, located at 2604 W. Fort Macon Rd. Atlantic Beach, NC. This duo from Swansboro offers a mix of original and cover songs that keep you in the groove from 6:30-9:30 pm
The fabulous Jazz pop and rock guitar master that offers great original works from Carrboro NC. Matt Phillips, will be live tonight at Cru Bar & Wine Store / Beaufort Coffee Shop, located at 120 Turner St. Beaufort, NC. Music starts at 8 pm and rolls thru til 11 pm. Come out and support this amazing player and enjoy some great coffee, wine or whatever your heart desires.
Live tonight at Harrika’s Brew Haus you can enjoy the sounds of Mark Hibbs, who will perform solo from 7-10 in the Garage Bar. Come enjoy some great music and fine beer at this fun place located at 911 Cedar Point Blvd. Cedar Point, NC. This show is free but feel free to tip all the great players that rock your soul!
There is a concert taking place tonight at The Swansboro Town Hall featuring the music of Ryanhood, starring Ryan Green and Cameron Hood .Tickets for the show are $15 at the door for all or $10.00 for members. There is a cash bar available. Music starts at 7 pm.
The other gig I found tonight around Swansboro is that of Stoney Creek who will delivering the msuic in the lounge this evening at Icehouse Waterfront Restaurant located at 103 W. Moore St., Swansboro, NC. The fire up the grooves at 9 pm and keep you singing along til midnight. Come early and enjoy some great food, stay late to enjoy the live music. This show is free, but feel free to leave tips for the players that move you!
There’s dinner and a show awaiting the folks in Emerald Isle. I offer my sweet friend Justin Castellano, who will be kicking off the music season for The Trading Post: SouthernFood & Spirits, located at 8302 Emerald Dr. Emerald Isle, NC. Music starts at 6:30 pm and Justin keeps you grooving to the great food being served with his amazing guitar works til 9:30 pm.
New Bern’s fun party band Zen Pirates, will invade Emerald Isle this evening with all the party songs you enjoy dancing to live tonight at The E-Club, located at 8102 Emerald Dr., Emerald Isle, NC. Come out following dinner with Castellano down the road and rock the night away with this fun and talented band, featuring my talented local musician friends. Music starts at 10 pm and the party lasts til 1 am.
Finishing things off much like we started them, with great guitar, we stop along the Southern Shores where we find guitar men jamming. Hank Barbee teaming up with his cousin Les Britt live tonight for a show at Fishy Fishy Cafe located at 106 Yacht Basin Drive, Southport, NC. Music starts at 6:30 pm and the cousins jam til 10:30 pm.
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That is what I found for music options for your dancing pleasure for this evening. I hope you get out and enjoy the sounds of live music sometime soon. I am dedicated to making sure you know where to go to find it. If you like this blog please sign up and get an email each time we publish. I appreciate my readers, the musicians and the venues who all do a part in keeping live music alive! Thanks for keeping me informed!
Please take kindness with you today and hug strangers. Don’t forget that life is short and could end in a moment, so make sure you take time to enjoy the dance.
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