All you Classic Rock fans Bob The Blade will be hosting Rock & Roll Will Never Die Friday Jan. 25th at The Pour House Music Hall. Opening the show Deep South Records "Prince Of Rock" Brooks Paul and Then 3 Time Grammy Winner Joe Taylor and his All Star Band featuring members of Joe Cocker, Junior Brown, Ian Hunter Tom Jones, Paul McCartney and Wings, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Larry Carlton, Randy Brecker. This is an ALL AGE CONCERT EVENT!!!! Bring The Family!!
So your not a Tutu Fan. Affliction..? I've played 100+ Shows with MuTu... Never worn anything afflicted. We play Rock N Roll music and I believe in it... I think weve met even. Maybe twice... regardless... I don't know how public this is so ill send ya an email... Sampler. Sheesh... Good times. Hope everyone made it home safe.
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The answer: Lambchop's Mr. M!
"one of two essential records the Durham label released this year" begs the obvious question...?
A smorgesbord of free musical talent at Art Outside the Box, Sunday, Oct. 28th, 12-4pm. 1903 Hillsborough Street Raleigh
Excellent line up! Sure to elevate. I'll be there!
"Fleetwood Mac would not have become a legend without Lindsey Buckingham."
I apologize; my self-righteousness has turned to embarrassment. I'll go get my eyes checked.
Thanks for the response!
While we certainly appreciate the advocacy for local music, it's probably worth noting that the lead music story in this week's issue is actually about Valient Thorr and their old friends The Kickass: http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/after-eig…
Because there are so many "shows" to write about, we try not to duplicate coverage. Thanks.
Dear Hearing Aid,
I know you have to squeeze all of your recommendations onto one printed page, but it would have been nice if you could have found room to mention the Valient Thorr show Friday night at Cat's Cradle.
Cutting the KISS/Motley Crue listing would have provided ample space.
Like KISS/Crue, Valient Thorr put on "a show"--a bit cartoonish maybe, but strangely earnest and endearing and certainly energetic. Even if we could travel back to a time when KISS or Motley Crue were relevant, their shows would be big and shiny but calculated. With Valient Thorr, there is actually substance.
Besides, they have impressive opening bands representing a range of locally/regionally grown heavy music.
AND . . . you could go to the Valient Thorr show and bring two friends for the price of one crummy lawn ticket at the amphitheater.
That's value, Hearing Aid! And worthy of notice.
@Ray -- Amy Barefoot with Bynum General Store confirmed just now that, due to a scheduling problem, this show has been canceled.
Are you sure that Onward Soldiers is going to be at Bynum Store on Friday? Bynum Store web site shows a different band,
Onward Soldiers web site makes no mention of this show.
John, I believe you are correct. It's been changed. Thanks!
Re: "Vs." section- I believe you mean "Sunday July 31", not "Monday July 31"
Check this local music out.
Thanks, it's been changed.
Southern Culture on the Skids is $5, not $10. Thanks -Duke Coffeehouse
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