TONIGHT!!!! FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17th!!!! 7pm ALL AGES the 2012 NC Local Music Benefit For Interact (SAFETY SUPPORT AWARENESS) at Berkeley Cafe! Bring your friends! We have raffle prizes from The Carolina Panthers, The Carolina Hurricanes, The Carolina Rollergirls, The Durham Bulls, Blue Water Spa, 8th Sin Coffee, and Stephanie Rose Photography!!!!
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MINUS 5 STARS. Drinks weak and too expensive and owner is too cocky and rude.
I will NEVER go to Southland Ballroom again. The owner is cocky and rude, drinks are weak and too expensive.
This show is sold out. boo for me.
There's more info available about this event at www.vaudevillainrevue.com or on the Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/28808579457…
Saw this last night and it was absolutely as good as it's cracked up to be. Clever, inventive, funny, wonderfully acted and very, very entertaining. See it if you possibly can.
Apologies! It's been corrected.
This show is actually Friday, Feb 3rd!! Thanks!
I've seen this show twice and it dazzles the mind with many possibilities of what it could feel like to be detained --- especially a political powerhouse like Donald. Go see it.
I love Pussy Mountain. This is fresh, original Rock and Roll that can make you dance, and sway while still delivering content. I can't wait for this show. It's going to be like watching Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers before they got big.
Spencer is tellin' it true! Go see YARN! :)
Raleigh Native, Marti Wilkerson stars in this film
Emerge Fine Art is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs by Allan Tannenbaum on February 4th from 3-6pm. The retrospective New York in the 70s is a personal collection of photographs documenting the heady exuberance of the era- from SoHo and the art world to the city's politics and society while he was chief photographer and photo editor of the SoHo Weekly News. This award winning photographer has been published in Rolling Stone, Life, Newsweek, SoHo Weekly News and others while on assignment across the globe. The exhibition will run from 2/4 - 2/25.
Emerge Fine Art is located at 200 S Academy St Ste 110 in Cary. For more information please visit our website at www.emergefineart.com or call us at 919-380-4470.
his piccolo bass guitar can kick your ukulele's butt. go see him!
More info at http://luchadoras.tumblr.com/
House of Dues (band) and T.A.James (solo/duo) won the 2011 Piedmont Blues Preservation Society Blues Challenge. They will now be heading to the 2012 International Blues Challenge in Memphis TN January 31-February 4 to compete. All proceeds will go to traveling expenses for these two acts. Many thanks to Mel Melton and Papa Mojo's Roadhouse for putting this event on. Please come on down and give these two acts a loving send-off!
For more information about...
House of Dues: www.reverbnation.com/houseofdues
T.A. James: www.tajames68.com
Papa Mojo's Roadhouse: www.papamojosroadhouse.com
Piedmont Blues Preservation Society: http://www.piedmontblues.org/
International Blues Challenge: http://www.blues.org/#ref=ibc_index
Above Gravity and Completely Off Balance are two bands that I know have direct ties to Girls Rock - Both are on Facebook and Reverbnation. Above Gravity is an All-Female band Completely Off Balance is interesting, because it is 50/50 with Elayna Madden (Who is a graduate and now Summer Counselor) for Girl's Rock splits the song-writing, lead guitar and vocals with Nathaniel Wells. The hard-rocking drummer is Jewell (also of Above Gravity and a Counselor at Girls Rock) with Alex Haggis on Bass. So, yeah, Girls Rock has a lot to do with this as well as Jane Francis of Double Decker Bus Music in Orange county and her husband Jay Manley (Hindugrass and Double Decker).
The Real Nasty is amazing! Listen to all their music for free @ http://deliradio.com/the-real-nasty
Awesome show! I loved watching Seth play. I hope he comes back around soon!
Hi, Julia. It looks like UNC-TV will be airing the talk in two parts, on Thursday, Jan. 19, and Friday, Jan. 20: http://www.unctv.org/ncnow/bschedule.html
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