I saw "Apocalesque" in December at the Artscenter, also produced by Sirona with some of the same performers, and it was incredible!!! Nowhere else will you see this mix of incredible talent across so many performance and dance styles - hooping, tassle-twirling, aerial dancing, acrobatics, modern, belly dance, pole dancing, OMG! Seriously, don't miss it.
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Overall the show was a great success. Luna's Lament proved why they are one of Charlotte's top bands, while Modena owned the stage with their own swagger, giving fans a glimpse of a few songs off of their new album. Both bands played high velocity songs that kept the crowd alive. Third on the list was The Tempered Machine. This was their "reunion" show, and it was pretty amazing. It was said they hadn't performed together in over 2 years, but it fely like they hadn't missed a beat. The drummer played a tiny Ludwig bop kit that produced a huge sound, while the bass player kept the crowd involved throughout the set. They were a great mix of Alternative hard rock mixed with some slower, bluesy tunes. The etherial sounds of Fields of Mars toned the show down a bit, but the the lead guitar and bass work really kept those guys tight.
I would definelty suggest goping to see all of these bands again. It was a great show, and I wasn't let down at all. For $5 it was totally worh my night.
Raleigh native & local music lover
Durham Beard and Mustache Contest with LUEWWD
I had a great time. The big winners today are the charities LUEWWD supports.
Thanks, Ryan. It's been fixed.
This is a good opportunity for the young people to show their talent and creativity. So come and show your stuff.
Looking forward to it!
goMarket is a virtual farmers coop that lets customers shop online and build a custom box of veggies, meats and other local farm products. The advance ordering system helps the farmers know exactly how much to pick and reduce food waste. More importantly, we focus on helping farmers that can't get into the big farmers' markets (eg. Downtown Durham or Carrboro) and connect them to both households and restaurants. We're planning to open at the end of April and have pickups downtown and in West Durham every Thursday during the evening commute (eventually expanding to include more neighborhoods).
Check us out at gomarketnc.com or on facebook or twitter:
goMarket Founder & CEO
This event is incorrectly posted. First of all, this is part of an art show titled TERNARY, which runs thru March 24 at The Carrack. Secondly, exhibiting artists are Ross Ford, Joe McDonough and Ryan McKellar.
Hideous. Do not waste your time or money. My tickets were gratis. My time is not.
With all due respect to the below mentioned choreographer....acclaimed by who?
Christopher Stowell's acclaimed 2009 version, choreographed for Oregon Ballet Theatre.
Do not attend...
Modern science indicates that ingesting fluoride does not reduce tooth decay.
Fluoride is neither a nutrient nor essential for healthy teeth. Adding this drug to water supplies is foolhardy at least and deadly harmful at worst. There is no scientifically valid reason to fluoridate water supplies where individual doses cannot be calculated because there is no dispute that too much fluoride damages bones and teeth. http://www.FluorideAction.Net
"Misty" with Johnny Mathis:
"And a thousand violins begin to play..."
Oh, to be one of those thousand fiddlers! Yes, folks, as baseball season approaches, any violinist who plays for Johnny Mathis can truly say: "I am batting a thousand."
I was listening to Johnny Mathis even before I had to decide between going to Carolina and Duke in the 1960s. Thanks to Johnny, all shades of blue look good in matters of the heart, mind and spirit.
The Emerging Artist Series-Durham (EAS) is a unique addition to the Durham music scene with live music beginning at 6:00pm on a Saturday in a family friendly venue. The third show of the series includes both originals and covers from talented, experienced young performers from the Triangle area. Durham bands 360 and Rod Iron Black return to The Tavern in the EAS to bring back classic rock favorites along with originals. Two bands will make their debut in Durham's EAS, Dollar Menu playing rock mixed with blues, and the Hidden Keys adding a hip hop R&B show. Vocalist Jamie Murray will open on acoustic guitar with a set that includes covers from some of your favorite country and pop artists. Jamie is a multitalented singer, songwriter, and musician whose music is influenced by artists including the Beatles, Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, and Adele. More information about the performers and Durham's EAS can be found at https://www.facebook.com/EmergingArtistSeriesDurham
The Emerging Artist Series-Durham is a JACS Music production.
There's something for everyone at The Tavern Food & Spirits including pool tables, darts, and video games, along with our exciting live show. The Tavern will be serving dinner, and you can't go wrong with one of their delicious hamburgers and fried pickle chips or hand sliced fried potato chips.
Three bands! No Cover! Come out to The Tavern after work to chill, and stay for dinner and live music from 3 on-the-rise bands. The Pulse's original sound is a mix of pop, alternative rock, and punk with strong influences from the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Their newest album, "Break 3" was released in December 2012, with 13 tracks of old and new favorites. Fronted by Anna "Aimmity" Acha, The Pulse's exciting live show projects a strong combination of musical talent and stage energy--they always leave you wanting more! The Blue Suits is an indie rock band from Durham who play a fun, energized, animated show. Varying the mood from chill music to crowd pumping music, The Blue Suits deliver a great show. Hailing from Chapel Hill, The Hissy Fits deliver an interesting and exciting mixture of ska, punk, grunge and rock. The Hissy Fits' unique sound includes music perfect for chilling, and tunes that will get you up on your feet to pogo and skank!
This show will be awesome!
Awesome group of people and we have alot of fun! :)
Sacred Harp singings are always a good time, and the singing old tunes from the newly published Shenandoah Harmony will be an extra treat.
Breadfoot live is as much a game of checkers on the front porch as he is a cold beer on the stoop. He has shared the stage state side with The Avett Brothers, Regina Spektor, Kimya Dawson, and Langhorne Slim and in the UK with such acts as the Decemberists, Richard Buckner, and the Larry Love Show Band (the acoustic branchof Alabama 3). He has written and recorded albums with both Anti-folk legend and Ramseur Records recording artist, Paleface and The Vixen of the Violin, Anna Phoebe.
Breadfoot’s music was recently featured in several episodes of Roadtrip Nation (www.roadtripnation.com) on PBS. You can also find his music in the documentary 10 MPH (www.10mph.com). In addition, Breadfoot has contributed music to a work in progress reel for the locally produced original full length documentary Bringing It Home (www.bringingithomemovie.com), now in production.
Breadfoot has written and recorded music for the You Tube video series With Uncle Pappy. He also has written and recorded music and created videos for a You Tube community sourced online story-making game called the Viral Sockpuppets, (www.viralsockpuppets.com) as well as music and video for Chatham Arts’ ClydeFEST and another short piece called Curbside showcasing Artcars from the 2012 Artscape Artcar Parade in Baltimore, MD to be featured at the Outsiders Folk Art Festival the Doo Nanny in Seale, AL. this spring.
For 2013 Breadfoot is focused on recording his third full-length album to be titled Salvatella. Demos for two songs from the album Salvatella , For My Sake and the Weight Of Your Hand can be heard at www.soundcloud.com/breadfoot.
For all the latest and videos and music go to www.breadfoot.com or stay up to date at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Breadfoot/1….
Spring Hill Music and Kick-A-Verse Productions Presents:
POWER OF THE TONGUE VOL 1.
Thursday, March 14th at The Deep South Bar
Ticket Price: $4 in advance, $5 at the door (21+), $3 w/Student ID
Tickets available online at: http://powerofthetongue.eventbrite.com/
FEATURING: K-Hill, Blaze The Sky, S.Gold, JSWISS & More...
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