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Wed, Apr 14
Berkeley Cafe: Turner & Josh Open Mic Jam

Cat's Cradle: The Fall with The Nein

Cave: 7:30 pm: Adam and Rick; 10 pm: Sleeping with the Enemy

General Store Cafe: Anthony John Clark

Hi-5: Travis Proctor

Irregardless: Michael Jones Jazz Duo

Jack Astor's: open mic

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Peter Estep

Jayzz: Dick Gable All-Stars

Library: Study Hall with Ill Rotten, Spitune

Lincoln Theatre: Slightly Stoopid with Pepper

Martin Street Music Hall: Merge with DJs Merlin, Shade and Phobia

MVP's Tavern: Beatle's Open Jam

Nightlight: UNC Gamba Ensemble with Pulsoptional

Pour House: Signal Path

Six String: Greenlevel Entertainers

Speakeasy: Roman Candle with Thad Cockrell (live recording)

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Matt Brandeau Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Gregg Gelb Jazz Duo

Sushi Blues: Deja'Vu

CONCERTS

Lunch with Sinatra: noon-2 pm: An outdoor concert featuring the music of Frank Sinatra as performed by vocalist Bill Stonehouse. Front lawn of Pullen Arts Center, 105 Pullen Rd, Raleigh. 831-6126.

Thu, Apr 15
April + George: Fruta with DJ Keith

Berkeley Cafe: Secondhand Smoke (Sublime tribute)

Blue Bayou Club: Tab Benoit CD Party

Blue Martini: Laura Ridgeway and Friends

Cat's Cradle: Liars with Get Hustle and Young People

Cave: 7:30 pm:J Phono with Michael Holland; 10 pm: Laramie UK

Club 9: International Night

Crowley's of Stonehenge: open mic with EG Peters

Federal: DJ Marco

Foster's: Conell's

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Magic Pipers

General Store Cafe: Latin Jazz Group with David Elvin

Gino Russo's: Rewind

Go! Room 4: The Glands, Azita, Skeleton Keys

Holiday Inn Chapel Hill: Chris Reynolds Swing 'N' Jazz Band

Irregardless: Blue T Fred and David Westbrook

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Kirk and Lisa Sutphin with Eddie Bond

Kings: The Methadones with J Church and Punch Drunk

Lincoln Theatre: Bob Guiney Band (from TV's The Batchelor) with Brian Vander Ark

Martin Street Music Hall: DJ Blake presents Martha Quynn's Living Room

Montas: Grooves After Seven

MVP's Tavern: MoJones Superjam featuring Viva La Venus

Nightlight: Dracula's Daughter

Pour House: open mic with Brent Robertson

Sirens Lounge: Relay for Life Benefit

Six String: Bailey Jester with Trina Hamlin

Speakeasy: Roman Candle with Thad Cockrell (live recording)

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Jack Sorock Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Grant Osborne Jazz Duo

Sushi Blues: Raw with LeMoore

Top of the Hill: 40 Oz.

CONCERTS

Of Ebony Embers: Vignettes of the Harlem Renaissance: 8 pm: The Core Ensemble will perform new theater piece celebrating music and poetry of African Americans in New York City during the 1920s. Hayti Heritage Center, 804 Old Fayetteville St, Durham. 683-1709 (ext 22). $15, $10 students and senior citizens. School show at 9:30 am, reservations suggested, $5 per child, teachers and chaperones free.

Fri, Apr 16
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

Bakus: Flamenco guitar

Bickett Gallery: The Octobers with Ryan Pound

Bogart's: Magic Pipers

Cafe Cyclo: Spin with LeMoore

Cat's Cradle: Pernice Brothers with Long Winters and Shallow Be Thy Name

Cave: 7:30 pm: Mary Johnson; 10 pm: Abe Reid and the Spikedrivers

Fat Daddy's: DL Token

Fearrington Market and Cafe: Susan Reeves and Dana Chell`

Foster's: Rubberband

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Big Bertha

General Store Cafe: Lisa Ray and Angela Ai

Gino Russo's: The Freeze Band

Go! Room 4: Kineson, Red Tape

Irregardless: Gary Brunotti Jazz Duo; late night: Kathy Gelb

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Bluemont Rd

Java Divine Coffee Bar: Crossroads

Kings: Zombie Room

Library: Brooklyn Nights with Kid AG

Lincoln Theatre: Leon Russell with Captain Easy

Margaux's: Reality Show Band

Martin Street Music Hall: Blatant Disarray with Sumosha and Age of Despair

Michael Dean's: Crush

Montas: Hector Silveira and his Orquestra

MVP's Tavern: Mojones

Nightlight: Voltage with Pterydactyl

Open Eye: Heidi Sidelinker

Pour House: Urban Sophisticates & Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band

Sadlack's: Oedipus Dick with The Balance

Shucker's Oyster Bar: Teresa Williams

Sidelines: Doghouse Band

Silver Dollar Saloon: MoJones

Six String: Kyler with Liz Harvey

Skybox: EG Peters

Speakeasy: Roman Candle with Thad Cockrell (live recording)

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: John Simonetti Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Gregg Gelb Duo

Talk of the Town: Charlie

Tony's Oyster Bar: EG Peters

Twisted Fork: Brad Benson

Washington Duke Inn: Chris Reynolds Swing 'N' Jazz Trio with Rick Keeny

Woody's@City Market: Second Hand Flap Jack

CONCERTS

Kenny Roby: 7 pm: Former member of band Six String Drag performs solo. Bynum General Store, 950 Bynum Rd. 542-1858. Suggested donation $3-5 per person or $5-7 per family.

UNC Music Department Gala Concert: 8 pm: Performances by the Carolina Choir, UNC Cello Choir, UNC Wind Ensemble with the Carolina Choir and UNC Symphony Orchestra. Part of Revisions and Rethinkings: A Festival on the Hill. Hill Hall Auditorium, UNC-Chapel Hill Campus. 962-1039. $15, $12 seniors, $5 students.

Ciompi Quartet: 8 pm: Sponsored by Duke Institute of the Arts. Nelson Music Room, Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-4444. $15, $8 students and children.

Natalie McMaster: 8 pm: Celtic. Paul A Johnston Auditorium, Johnston Community College, Smithfield. 209-2099. $25.

Sat, Apr 17
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

April + George: Worldbeat with DJ Steve

Basement: Boney Maroney

Babette's: Mahlon Hoard

Bickett Gallery: Ryan Pound and Vickie Garwood

Bogart's: Lounge Lizards

Cafe Cyclo: Merge with Xopher

Cat's Cradle: Less Than Jake with Early November and The Academy

Cave: 7:30 pm: NC Songwriters Tour; 10 pm: Transportation

Connolly's Irish Pub: Teresa Williams

De La Luz: Tori Amos Tribute/RAINN Benefit

Duke Coffeehouse: WXDU Presents Jett Rink with Permanent Darling, Dom Casual and Wigg Report

The Edge: International Saturdays with DJ Billy Bill

Fat Daddy's: Second Hand Flap Jack

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Pearsall Brothers Band

General Store Cafe: Armand and Bluesology

Gino Russo's: The Entertainers

Go! Room 4: Benefit for Mike Triplett with Sorry About Dresden, North Elementary, The Weather, Amish Jihad

Irregardless: Dave Youngman; after dark: Dave Youngman Dance Band

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Liz Tedesco

Java Divine Coffee Bar: Chuck Champion

Kings: Widow with Twisted Tower Dire

Lincoln Theatre: Cosmic Charlie

Local 506: Andy Bodean and the Bottom Boys with Rock City Machine

Metro: Underground Flaunt with LeMoore

Martin Street Music Hall: Return of the Wicked

Michael Dean's: Mojo

Nightlight: Audubon Park with ManBand and Ghost of Falco

Open Eye: Mama Said

Pour House: 6 pm: Jaclyn Turner Band with Big Mama E and the Cool

Ringside: FAME with Vinylicious

Sadlack's: Viva La Venus

Scooter's: Monroe Smiff Band

Six String: Tom Prasado-Rao, Cary Cooper & Chris Rosser

Sparks: MoJones

Speakeasy: Choosy Beggars

Spice Street: Fusion

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Jim Crew Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Ed Paolantonio Jazz Quartet

Sunset Grille: Steve Logan

Talk of the Town: Charles Greene Group

Tony's Oyster Bar: Bustergroove

Twisted Fork: Travis Proctor

Vin: Sala@Vin with DJs Joshua & Keith

Vineyard Cafe: Steve Hartsoe

Woody's@City Market: DJ T-LO

CONCERTS

Celebration for Umstead: 9 am: Live music on park trail by Tom Prasada-Rao and Cary Cooper, Nixon and Blevins and Gage, with environmentally themed exhibits. Presented by the Umstead Coalition. Parking on Reedy Creek Rd. www.umsteadcoalition.org. 852-2268. Suggested $10 donation, kids under 12 free.

Le Cabaret: The Triangle's First Authentic Cabaret: 10 pm: Two sets of jazz and soul by Ebonique, with DJ sets by Tommy G. Semiformal attire required. Holiday Inn RTP, 4810 Old Page Rd, RTP. www.urbancowboyz.com, 423-1663. $15 adv, $20-25 at door.

UNC Music Department Gala Concert: 8 pm: Faculty artists perform American songs by Copland, Rorem, Barber, Ives and more. Part of Revisions and Rethinkings: A Festival on the Hill. Hill Hall Auditorium, UNC-Chapel Hill Campus. 962-1039. $15, $12 seniors, $5 students.

Stefon Harris Quartet: 8 pm: Jazz vibraphonist. Presented by NCSU Center Stage. Stewart Theatre, NCSU, Raleigh. 515-1100. $26 reserved, $21 general admission, $12.50 students, $7.50 NCSU students, $17 faculty/staff.

Marcia Ball with Rebecca and the Hi-Tones: 8 pm: 2004 Grammy nominee, "Bayou Queen of the Piano," performs her infectious New Orleans boogie. Durham Armory, 320 Foster St, Durham. 245-0822. $20.

Meredith College Flute Ensemble Concert: 8 pm: Carswell Concert Hall, Meredith College, 3800 Hillsborough St, Raleigh. 760-8536. Free.

Carrie Newcomer: 9 pm: Part of the American Roots Series. ArtsCenter, 300 E Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787. $12.

Great Grapes Wine and Music Festival: noon-9 pm: Eclectic mix of music throughout two-day festival. Artists include The Embers, Hobex Barefoot Manner, Rebecca and the Hi-Tones, Kelly Bell Band, Countdown Quartet, Kickin' Grass and the Raleigh Jazz Orchestra. Ampitheatre at Regency Park, Cary. 847-1687, www.uncorkthefun.com. $15-20.

Sun, Apr 18
Cat's Cradle: Brand New with Denali and Piebald

Cave: 7:30 pm: Perfo, the Ghostwriter; 10 pm: Dexter Romweber

Copeland's: Eddie Thigpen Jazz Trio

The Edge: Absolut Sundays with

Go! Room 4: Mary Prankster with Eyes to Space and the prayers and tears of arthur digby sellars

Irregardless: Gene O'Neill

Kings: 5 pm: matinee show TBA; 9 pm: Neu Romance

Local 506: Soul Dojo presents After Chill: A Carolina Hip Hop Showcase with Kaze, Jozeemo, Spectac, more

Montas: Salsa Salvaje Social

Ooh La Latte Cafe: Visiting Angels Showcase with Angela Ai, Denise Barbarita, more. 3 pm

Pour House: David Dyer and Crooked Smile Band with Big Mama E and The Cool

Sadlack's: Anthony Neff with Jason File

Skylight Exchange: open mic

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Lindsay Rosebrock Jazz Duo

West End: The DJ Group

CONCERTS

Great Grapes Wine and Music Festival: noon-9 pm: See Sat, Apr 17 listing.

Glen Ingram Benefit: 1 pm. All day fundraiser including Amazing Lounge Lizards, Skeeter Brandon, Big Rick and the Bombers, more. Tony's Oyster Bar, McGregor Village, Cary. $10 includes music and food.

Celebrating Billy Strayhorn and Other NC Jazz Legends: 3 pm: Brad Linde Group performs works by Coltrane, Monk, more. St. Matthews Episcopal Church, 210 Saint Mary's Rd, Hillsborough. 644-8372. Free.

Choral Concert: 3 pm: UNC Chamber Singers with Carolina Choir perform Monteverdi. Part of Revisions and Rethinkings: A Festival on the Hill. Hill Hall Auditorium, UNC-Chapel Hill Campus. 962-1039. $15, $12 seniors, $5 students.

Mickey Mills: 3 pm: Steel drum performance. Carrboro Branch Library, McDougle Middle School media center, 900 Old Fayetteville Rd. 969-3006. Free.

Spring Pops Pair: 3 pm: Durham Symphony performs with Durham Youth Orchestra. Trinity Park, Durham. 560-2736. Season tickets $60, kids under 12 free, students $15.

Waterfront Concert with Spencer Acuff: 5-7 pm: Acoustic rock at Lake Wheeler, Raleigh Parks and Recreation. 662-5704. $5.

Meredith College Orchestra Concert: 8 pm: Carswell Concert Hall, Meredith College, 3800 Hillsborough St, Raleigh. 760-8536. Free.

Mon, Apr 19
Cappers: Eddie Thigpen

Cat's Cradle: Ben Kweller with Death Cab for Cutie and Pedro the Lion

Cave: Tom Sartori Band

Comet Lounge: Open mic with Russ Thompson

Go! Room 4: Josh Ritter with the Damnwells

Library: open mic

Local 506: Microphone Mondays featuring Laidback Syndicate

Pour House: Cerulean City

Sadlack's: Open mic

The Sirens Lounge: AIDS event with jazz vocalist

Six String: Matt Thackston

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Elmer Gibson Jazz Duo

Tue, Apr 20
Blue Bayou Club: open mic with Diane & Gregory

Cat's Cradle: Edwin McCain with Peter Searcy

Cave: 7:30 pm: Literary Evening with Nancy Alex Day; 10 pm: Mapel Stave with Bootleggers Band

Go! Room 4: 90 Day Men with CocoRosie

Irregardless: Greg Brink

Library: Tuesday Showcase

Lincoln Theatre: Lost Trailers CD Release

Pour House: Mountain of Venus with Lamar Jonz

Six String: open mic

Sullivan's: Scott Warner Jazz Duo

CONCERTS

UNC Symphony Orchestra Concert: 8 pm: UNC Symphony Orchestra performs Ravel, Part, more. Part of Revisions and Rethinkings: A Festival on the Hill. Hill Hall Auditorium, UNC-Chapel Hill Campus. 962-1039. $15, $12 seniors, $5 students.

Music Related
Duke Opera Workshop: April 18, 2 & 8 pm: Opera scenes and excerpts. Baldwin Auditorium, Duke East Campus, Durham. 660-3300. Free.

Acoustic Pickin' Circle: Tuesdays, 8-10 pm: Sponsored by Piedmont Stringed Instruments. Crowley's Mini-Mart Billiards, 3055 Medlin Dr, Raleigh. 782-2955.

Pinecone Third Tuesday: April 20, 7:30-9:30 pm: Irish music session. Offers beginners the opportunity to play together in non-public atmosphere. Carolina Pines Recreation Center, Lake Wheeler Rd, Raleigh. 469-3264, www.pinecone.org. Free.

Pinecone Fourth Sunday: April 25, 1:30 pm: Shape note sing. Beginners welcome, music provided. Bratton Hall at St. Mary's School, 900 block of Hillsborough St, Raleigh. 781-3596. www.ncshapenote.org. Free.

Carolina Mountain Dulcimer Players: Every third Thursday at 7 pm: Fretted dulcimer players of all skill levels welcome. Carol Woods Retirement Community, 750 Weaver Dairy Rd, Chapel Hill. 919-5359 or shirleyray@aol.com.

Carolina Samba School: Saturdays, 10 am-12 pm: Open to new members. Eduardo de Souza teaching Rio samba, pagode, and Bahia styles. 511 Dairyland Rd, Chapel Hill. 544-5451.

Facilitated Drum Circle: Every first and third Wednesday, 7:30 pm: All ages, all levels. Drums for loan. Music Explorium, 403 Weaver St, Carrboro. 969-8400. Donations accepted.

Music Maker Relief Foundation: Help keep the bluest of the blues alive! To find out how you can help the organization that works with the forgotten heroes and pioneers of Southern musical traditions, call 643-2456, visit www.musicmaker.org, or email volunteers@musicmaker.org.

Open Celtic Music Jam: Saturdays, 5-7 pm: Celtic Wonders, 118 A East Main St, Carrboro. www.celticwonders2000.com.

WNCU Jazz Calendar: List your jazz event at www.wncu.org. Contact Edith Thorpe at 530-6122 or ethorpe@wpo.nccu.com with questions.

Wed, Apr 21
Cat's Cradle: Stereolab with Mice Parade

Cave: 7:30 pm: Waylon Dirges; 10 pm: County Farm

Go! Room 4: Four Tet with Sunburned Hand of the Man

Irregardless: Pee Wee Moore Duo

Jack Astor's: open mic

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Mary Mace

Library: Study Hall with Chela No. 1 and Sound Machine

Lincoln Theatre: Jump Little Children with the Features

Martin Street Music Hall: Merge with DJs Merlin, Shade and Phobia

MVP's Tavern: Keith's Open Jam

Nightlight: The Sixteens with Post Mortem Retrospective and Veronica Blood

Pour House: Ryan Cavanaugh Trio

Six String: Chatham County Line

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Elmer Gibson Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Greg Gelb Jazz Trio

Sushi Blues: Deja'Vu

CONCERTS

Lunch with Sinatra: noon-2 pm: An outdoor concert featuring the music of Frank Sinatra as performed by vocalist Bill Stonehouse. Front lawn of Pullen Arts Center, 105 Pullen Rd, Raleigh. 831-6126.

Thu, Apr 22
April + George: Fruta with DJ Keith

Cave: 7:30 pm: Mikel Grubb; 10 pm: Land of Chocolate

Club 9: International Night

Crowley's of Stonehenge: open mic with EG Peters

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Wild Men from Borneo

General Store Cafe: Tony Galiani Band

Gino Russo's: Magic Pipers

Go! Room 4: Mofro with Hobex

Holiday Inn Chapel Hill: Chris Reynolds Swing 'N' Jazz Band

Irregardless: Michael Jones

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Irish Session Circle

Kings: Oxes with Sweet Militia and Red Skeleton

Library: Blue Dogs

Lincoln Theatre: Leftover Salmon with Kickin Grass

Martin Street Music Hall: DJ Blake Presents Martha Quynn's Living Room

Montas: Grooves After Seven

Nightlight: Chris Cutler with Carrie Shull

Open Eye: The Sun and the Moon

Pour House: Acoustic Open Mic Night with Brent Robertson

Six String: David Dyer

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm Steve Wing Jazz Duo: 8 pm: Gary Brunotte Jazz Quartet

Sushi Blues: Raw with LeMoore

Fri, Apr 23
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

Bogart's: Rich Emily Band

Cafe Cyclo: Spin with LeMoore

Cat's Cradle: KRS-One with K-Hill, Forge and Amen

Cave: 7:30 pm: Jostle Lee; 10 pm: Bellweather Broken with the Moaners

Fat Daddy's: Wild Men from Borneo

Foster's: Creekside

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Big Rick and the Bombers

General Store Cafe: Saludos Compay

Gino Russo's: EG Peters

Go! Room 4: Jimmy and the Teasers with King of Nothing

Irregardless: Ed Moon; late night: Denise Barnes

Joe & Jo's Downtown: Live in April

Kings: Bleeding Hearts with Chrome Plated Apostles

Library: Brooklyn Nights with Kid AG

Lincoln Theatre: Who's Bad and Corey Parker Band

Martin Street Music Hall: Cartridge Family with Oedipus Dick

Margaux's: Mojo

Michael Dean's: Magic Pipers

Montas: Rumba Colombiana

MVP's Tavern: Tight Squeeze

Open Eye: Servus Tintenfisch

Pittsboro General Store Cafe: Saludos Compay

Pour House: Mandorico

Sadlack's: Brothers Grimm

Sidelines: Durango

Six String: Danny Gotham and Friends

Skybox: Soul Kitchen

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Grant Osborne Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Greg Gelb Jazz Quartet

Sunset Grille: Armand and Bluesology

Talk of the Town: Higher Ground

Tony's Oyster Bar: Time Machine

Twisted Fork: Travis Proctor

Washington Duke Inn: Chris Reynolds Swing 'N' Jazz Duo with Ben Palmer

Woody's@City Market: Jeff and Brian

CONCERTS

The Basics: 7 pm-9 pm: Folk-pop benefit concert for Urban Ministries of Durham. St. Philip's Episcopal Church, 403 East Main St, Durham. 682-5708. $15, $8, ages 6-12, 5 and under, free.

Chorale Celebration: 8 pm: Performances by the Duke University Chorale. Fountain at Biddle Music Bldg, Duke East Campus, Durham. dheid@duke.edu. Free.

Lisa Uyanik and the Mobile City Band: 8 pm: Rock and rhythm and blues. ArtsCenter, 300 E Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787. $9.

Sat, Apr 24
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

All People's Grill: John Dee Holman with Billy Stevens and Harvey Arnold

April + George: Worldbeat with DJ Steve

Babette's: Michael Jones

Bogart's: Crush

Cafe Cyclo: Merge with Xopher

Cat's Cradle: Hi Mom! Film Festival with Bad Checks

Cave: 7:30 pm: Chris Wimberley; 10 pm: Brown Mountain Lights

The Edge: International Saturdays with DJ Billy Bill

Fat Daddy's: Hal Jones Band

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Organ Grinderz

General Store Cafe: Greg Hawks and Ann Humphries

Gino Russo's: Wild Men from Borneo

Go! Room 4: Ann Beretta with A Ray of Light in a Pool of Blood and Guts and Minor Setback

Irregardless: Laura Ridgeway and Friends

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Stephen Smith

Jayzz: Tim Smith Band

Joe & Jo's Downtown: Yellen Horsley

Kings: Apples in Stereo with Apollo Sunshine and High Water Marks

Library: Cardinal Direction

Lincoln Theatre: Mofro with Hobex

Martin Street Music Hall: Return of the Wicked

Metro: Underground Flaunt with LeMoore

Michael Dean's: Lounge Lizards

Nightlight: Dread34 with The Unmentionables

Open Eye: Scott Mann

Pour House: Bloodkin with Stomp, Vamp and Roll

Sadlack's: Mandible

Six String: Scott Ainslie

Speakeasy: Big Fat Gap

Spice Street: Fusion

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Chris Pattishall Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Ken Rhodes Jazz Quartet

Sunset Grille: Sayer McShane

Talk of the Town: Higher Ground

Tir Na Nog: Skeeter Brandon

Tony's Oyster Bar: Soul Kitchen

Twisted Fork: Brad Benson

Vin: Sala@Vin with DJs Joshua & Keith

Vineyard Cafe: James Byron

Woody's@City Market: DJ T-LO

CONCERTS

Battle of Bands and Environmental Festival: 10 am: Organized by Wake Forest Boys and Girls Clubs. 325 S Wingate St, Wake Forest. www.wakebgc.org, 556-7266. $5.

Hillsborough Volunteers: 10 am-noon: Hillsborough Farmers Market, corner of King and Churton Streets, downtown Hillsborough. 732-8315. Free.

Durham Chorale Concert: 8 pm: Classics: From Bach to Beatles. Stephens Episcopal Church, 82 Kimberly Dr, Durham. Leeza_mcf@yahoo.com. $7.

NC Master Chorale: 8 pm: Performance of Dvorak's Requiem. Meymandi Concert Hall, BTI Center, Raleigh. www.ncmasterchorale.org, 856-9700. $25 reserved, $22 regular, $20 senior citizens, $5 students.

Tift Merritt with Chatham County Line: 8 pm: Evening With Friends Gala. Celebration for Alliance of AIDS Services. NC Museum of Art, 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh. Contact Nancy Daniel at 834-243 for more info.

Stillhouse Bottom Band: 8 pm: Old-time band. Part of American Roots Series. ArtsCenter, 300 E Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787. $12.

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