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The daily guide to local live music

Wed, May 26
Bar Metro: Mid-Week Crisis with DJs

Berkeley Cafe: Turner and Josh open mic

Blue Bayou Club: Clark Stern

Caffe Driade: Seth Coluzzi

Cat's Cradle: MOP

Cave: 7:30 pm: Alex Bowers, 10 pm: Rusty Trick with Friends of Rachel

Go! Room 4: Saturday Looks Good with Nomo

Helios Coffee Company: Intro by Keith

Hi 5: Travis Proctor

Irregardless Cafe: Pee Wee Moore Duo

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Mary Mace

Jayzz: Dick Gable All-Stars

Library: Study Hall

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

MVP's Tavern: Bland Sawyer's Open Jam

Pour House: Saunter

Six String: Tommy Edwards and Good Company

Sushi Blues: Deja'Vu

Weathervane: 5 pm: Scott Sawyer; 6:30 pm: Eddie Paolantonio

CONCERTS

Cates Avenue: 6-9 pm: Part of Jazz on Main Summer Concert Series. Main Street, next to fountain in Streets at Southpoint, Durham, www.thestreetsatsouthpoint.com. Free.

East Chapel Hill High School Concert: 7:30 pm: Band and Symphonic band perform. Part of ECHHS spring concert series. ECHHS, 500 Weaver Dairy Rd, Chapel Hill. 969-2482, ext. 268. $3.

Thu, May 27
Akai Hana: Frankie Alexander and Steve Wing

April + George: Fruta with DJ Keith

Bar Metro: Eighties New Wave with DJ Anthony

Berkeley Cafe: Februarys Leaving with Angyst

Bickett Gallery: 919Noise Fest 2 with Subscape Annex, Clang Quartet, Accelera Deck, more

Blue Bayou Club: Buzzbombs

Cave: 7:30 pm: Everybodyfields; 10 pm: Eric Sommer

Club 9: International Night

Crowley's of Stonehenge: open mic with EG Peters

Federal: DJ Marco

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Groove Town

General Store Cafe: Jimmy Cameron & High Lonesome

Gino Russo's: Side Street

Go! Room 4: Spencer Acuff with the Wiyos and Evenfall

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

Irregardless: Greg Logan and Ray Green

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Irish Session Circle

Kings Barcade: Applejuice Orchestra with Logical Sound Discovery

Lincoln Theatre: Perpetual Groove

Local 506: Triple Ts hosted by DJ Brothersmothers

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

Montas: Grooves After Seven

MVP's Tavern: Nathan Davis Duo

Pour House: open mic jam with Brent Robertson

Six String: Roy Bookbinder

Sushi Blues: Raw with LeMoore

Varsity Ale House: Flabbergasters

Top of the Hill: Third Class Passenger

West End: Andrew Dykers

CONCERTS

Weaver St Market After Hours: 6-8 pm: The Hushpuppies, old time music. On the lawn at 101 East Weaver St, Carrboro. 929-0010, ext 115. Free.

East Chapel Hill High School Concert: 7:30 pm: School orchestra performs. Part of ECHHS spring concert series. ECHHS, 500 Weaver Dairy Rd, Chapel Hill. 969-2482, ext. 268. $3.

Duke Institute of the Arts Chamber Music Concert: 8 pm: Classical performance of Baroque and Beyond. Doris Duke Center, Duke campus. www.duke.edu/web/dia, 684-4687. $10

Fri, May 28
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

Bakus: Flamenco guitar

Berkeley Cafe: Knowledge with DD & Green Eggs, Ell-Dee, Bobby C, more

Bickett Gallery: Mothlight with Max

Blue Bayou Club: Big Rick and the Bombers with Lynette Barber

Bogart's: Mojo

Bull Pen Lounge: Michael Leonhardt (piano)

Caffe Driade: The Eerybodyfields

Cafe Cyclo: Spin with LeMoore

Cave: 7:30 pm: Shawn Boyee; 10 pm: Kickin Grass

Club 9: Masala Beat Club with DJ Mogambo and DJ Marco

Crowley's of Stonehenge: Jason Adamo

De La Luz @ Temple Ball: Dipped in Moonlight (Celebration of Grateful Dead)

The Edge: DJ Kool Sheed

Fat Daddy's: Astors Cane

Flipside: Quantum, 8 pm

42nd St. Oyster Bar: House of Rhythm

General Store Cafe: Matt Thackston

Gino Russo's: Big Bertha

Go! Room 4: Amish Jihad with Kudzu Wish, Thunderlip and The Talk

Helios Coffee Company: Eric Sommer

Irregardless Cafe: Bobby Moody and Lou Padro; after dark: Bobby Moody

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Liz Tedesco

Jayzz: April Howell Band

Joe & Jo's Downtown: Gypsy Cab

Kings Barcade: Transportation with Des Ark and All Astronauts

Library: Brooklyn Nights with Kid AG

Lincoln Theatre: Tantric with Fat Head Otis

Local 506: Sharquest, Bringerer

Michael Dean's: Magic Pipers

Montas: Caribbean Funkfest with Samecumba, Dread34 and Flav-O-Rich

MVP's Tavern: Rockshow

Nightlight: Eyes to Space with North Elementary and The Rachel Nevadas

Ooh La Latte: Bigger Lovers

Pour House: Five Gallon Pale with Seepeoples

Sadlack's: Green

Sidelines: Pearsall Brothers

The Sirens Lounge: DJ Andre

Six String: Danny Gotham, Armand Lenchek, Will McFarlane

Skybox: MoJones

Tony's Bourbon Street Oyster Bar: EG Peters

Tosca Ristorante Italiano: Different Drum Trio

WB Yeats Irish Pub: Jonathan Dowse Jazz Trio

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

Woody's@City Market: Second-Hand Flapjack

CONCERTS

Fridays on the Front Porch: 5-7 pm: Live bluegrass music. Carolina Crossroads Restaurant, Carolina Inn, 211 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill. 918-2722. Free.

Bynum Music Series: 7 pm: Countdown Quartet. Bynum General Store, 950 Bynum Rd. 542-1858, aparsons@intrex.net. Donation.

Neighborhood Night: 7 pm: Mt Bright Baptist Church Gospel Choir. Part of Last Fridays series. Burwell School, 319 N Churton St, Hillsborough. 732-7451. Free.

Hillsborough Arts Council: 6-9 pm: Celtic Jam. Part of Last Fridays series. Old County Courthouse, downtown Hillsborough. 732-7741. Free.

Jazz at The Know: 7-10 pm: Weekly live jazz series hosted by jazz writer and announcer Larry Thomas. Music by Generations Band (Brother Yusuf, Freeman and Aidia Ledbetter). 2520 Fayetteville St, Durham. 682-7228. $5.

Sat, May 29
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

April + George: Worldbeat with DJ Steve

Bakus: Jafaar

Bickett Gallery: Bill West

Cafe Cyclo: Merge with Xopher

Caffe Driade: Jesse Janes

Cave: 7:30 pm: Comedy Night with Evan Christie, 10:00 pm: Fake Swedish with Velvet

Crowley's of Stonehenge: Plywood Smile

De La Luz @ Temple Ball: Seepeoples

Durham Arts Initiative: Shana, jaguaro, Destroyed By Kittens

The Edge: International Saturdays with DJ Billy Bill

Fat Daddy's: Turbulence

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Lil Dave

General Store Cafe: Eric Sommer

Gino Russo's: Soul Kitchen

Helios Coffee Company: Shana Scudder

Hillsborough Farmer's Market: Bo Lozoff

Irregardless Cafe: Laura Ridgeway and Friends; after dark: Laura Ridgeway Dance Band

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Stephen Smith

Jayzz: Katherine Whalen

Joe & Jo's Downtown: Hugh Swaso Project

Kings Barcade: Jimi Hendrix Inexperience with AC/DC Tribute Band

Lincoln Theatre: Andrew WK with The Beautiful Mistake

Local 506: Axis of Change Showcase with Shallow Be Thy Name, Mowing Lawns, Fashion Design, Lud

Metro: Underground Flaunt with LeMoore

Michael Dean's: EG Peters Band

Pour House: Same Difference with Downfall

Sadlack's: The Semantics with The Louts and Void Control

The Sirens Lounge: DJ Pitt

Six String: Spencer Acuff and the Wiyos

Sparks: MoJones

Spice Street: Fusion with DJ Intuition and Kid AG

Sunset Grille: Nathan Davis Duo

Tony's Bourbon Street Oyster Bar: Buster Groove

Vin: Sala@Vin with DJs Joshua & Keith

Woody's@City Market: DJ T-LO

CONCERTS

Party in the Park: 6-9 pm: With Johnny White and the Elite Band and Gregg Gelb Swing Band. Swing dance bands. Durham Central Park, 502 Foster St. 682-2800, www.durhamcentralpark.org. $15 suggested donation.

Mandolin U Shrinivas and U Rasjesh: 7 pm: Mandolin concert. Martin Middle School, 1701 Ridge Rd, Raleigh. www.icmds.org. $15 adults, $10 students.

Sun, May 30
Cat's Cradle: Midtown with Armor for Sleep, Your Enemies' Friends and Working Title

Cave: Billy Joe Winghead with Chrome-Plated Apostles

Club 9: Kaz's Coffee House Open Jam

Copeland's: Eddie Thigpen Jazz Trio with Glen Ingram

The Edge: Absolut Sundays with DJ Chela No. 1

Go! Room 4: Hella with Need New Body and Make Believe

Irregardless Cafe: Gene O'Neil

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

Local 506: Bigger Lovers with SNMNMNM and The Mattoid

Montas: Salsa Salvaje Social

Pour House: Beggar's Caravan

Sadlack's: Wrinkle Neck Mules

Skylight Exchange: open mic

West End: The DJ Group

CONCERTS

Pierce Pettis: 4-6 pm: Writer and lyricist performs his songs. Part of Sertomas Series. Sertoma Ampitheatre at Bond Park, 801 High House Rd, Cary. 462-3969, www.townofcary.org. Free.

Chamber Music at Bosendorfer Hall: 3 pm: Featuring Brian Reagin on 1708 Stradivarius, John Ruggero on piano, Jonathan Kramer on cello. Ruggero Piano, 4720-120 Hargrove Rd, Raleigh. 839-2040. $12, $10

students.

Mon, May 31
Cat's Cradle: Beulah with Dios

Cave: Peter Baggish

Comet Lounge: Open mic with Russ Thompson

Library: open mic

Lincoln Theatre: 6 Inch Voices with 33 West, Flojo, Idea of Beauty

Local 506: Microphone Mondays

Pour House: Be less People

The Sirens Lounge: Live piano with Kurt Melges

Tue, June 1
Bar Metro: Funk Night

Blue Bayou Club: open mic with Diane & Gregory

Cave: 7:30 pm: Gary Mitchell; 10 pm: Songwriter's Open Mic with John Saylor

Flipside: open mic

Francesca's: Martin Eagle and Ben Palmer Jazz Jam

Irregardless Cafe: Greg Brink

Library: International Dance Party

Local 506: Dracula's Daughter

Panzanella: Europa Jazz Quartet

Pour House: Iconic with Pocket and Third Class Passenger

Six String: open mic

Weathervane: 5 pm: Scott Sawyer; 6:30 pm: Eddie Paolantonio

Wed, June 2
Bar Metro: Mid-Week Crisis with DJs

Berkeley Cafe: Turner and Josh open mic

Blue Bayou Club: Clark Stern

Cave: 7:30 pm: Shape Shifters

Helios Coffee Company: Intro by Keith

Irregardless Cafe: Pee Wee Moore Duo

Library: Study Hall

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

MVP's Tavern: Tommy Redd's Open Jam

Ooh la Latte: Natasha, Shirlette Ammons, The Syndicate

Pour House: Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band

Six String: Bluegrass Experience

Sushi Blues: Deja'Vu

Weathervane: 5 pm: Scott Sawyer; 6:30 pm: Eddie Paolantonio

CONCERTS

The Salty Dogs: 6-9 pm: Part of Jazz on Main Summer Concert Series. Main Street, next to fountain in Streets at Southpoint, Durham, www.thestreetsatsouthpoint.com. Free.

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

Traditional Music Jam: First & third Wednesdays, 7-9 pm: Presented by High Strung Violins & Guitars. All levels, traditions welcome. 718 Ninth St, Durham. 286-3801.

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.

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.

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

Durham Music Festival Call for Entries: Interested performers in all music genres encouraged to apply by June 1. Please submit CD and press pack to DADA asap. Durham Association for Downtown Arts, Attn: DMFe, PO Box 488, Durham, NC 27702.

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.

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

Thu, June 3
April + George: Fruta with DJ Keith

Bar Metro: Eighties New Wave with DJ Anthony

Cave: 7:30 pm: Flat Stanley; 10 pm: Tampa Blue and the B Team

Club 9: International Night

Crowley's of Stonehenge: open mic with EG Peters

Federal: DJ Marco

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Magic Pipers

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

Irregardless: Blue T Fred and David Westbrook

Lincoln Theatre: Hellbent 4 Humor (comedy)

Local 506: Triple Ts hosted by DJ Brothersmothers

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

Montas: Grooves After Seven

MVP's Tavern: All Blues Jam with Lonesome George

Six String: Susan Greenbaum with John Sillman Dodge

Sushi Blues: Raw with LeMoore

West End: Andrew Dykers

CONCERTS

Weaver St Market After Hours: 6-8 pm: Saludos Compay Trio, Original and South American music. On the lawn at 101 East Weaver St, Carrboro. 929-0010, ext 115. Free.

Carolina Piano Trio: 8 pm: Part of 2004 Summer Festival of Music. Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center, Duke Campus. 684-4444, www.tickets.duke.edu. $10 general, Duke students free.

Fri, June 4
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

Bogart's: Risse

Bull Pen Lounge: Michael Leonhardt (piano)

Cafe Cyclo: Spin with LeMoore

Cat's Cradle: Cosmic Charlie

Cave: 7:30 pm: Stephanie's Id; 10 pm: Sideshow Freaks with Jackie O Pillbox

Club 9: Masala Beat Club with DJ Mogambo and DJ Marco

Crowley's of Stonehenge: Stil Motion

De La Luz @ Temple Ball: Bobby Dazzler

The Edge: DJ Kool Sheed

Fat Daddy's: Lil Dave and the Howlin Blues Band

42nd St. Oyster Bar: EG Peters

Go! Room 4: Boxbomb with Makeshift and Jehovah Chang and Agynst

Irregardless Cafe: Saludos Compay; after dark: Pablo Chuck Erich

Library: Brooklyn Nights with Kid AG

Lincoln Theatre: Parmalee

Local 506: International Orange with Honor Guest and Pilot around the Sun

Margaux's: Big Bertha

Michael Dean's: Mojo

MVP's Tavern: Viavant

Pour House: Chatham County Line with Big Fat Gap

Sadlack's: Ohio Farm Cats

Sidelines: Junction 299

The Sirens Lounge: DJ Andre

Six String: Taylor Roberts with Dean Field

Tony's Bourbon Street Oyster Bar: EG Peters

Varsity Ale House: Bobby Hinton

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

WB Yeats Irish Pub: Noah Powell and the Chapel Hill Jazz Trio

CONCERTS

Fridays on the Front Porch: 5-7 pm: Live bluegrass music. Carolina Crossroads Restaurant, Carolina Inn, 211 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill. 918-2722. Free.

Jazz at The Know: 7-10 pm: Weekly live jazz series hosted by jazz writer and announcer Larry Thomas. Music by Generations Band (Brother Yusuf, Freeman and Aidia Ledbetter). 2520 Fayetteville St, Durham. 682-7228. $5.

Sat, June 5
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

April + George: Worldbeat with DJ Steve

Bogart's: Brick House Band

Cafe Cyclo: Merge with Xopher

Caffe Driade: Alysson Light

Cat's Cradle: Sorry About Dresden, Kingsbury Manx, Fake Swedish, My Dear Ella

Cave: 7:30 pm: Mr. Billy, 10 pm: Abe Reid and the Spikedrivers

Crowley's of Stonehenge: Tone Deaf

The Edge: International Saturdays with DJ Billy Bill

Fat Daddy's: Venomiss Toad

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Fat Daddy

Hillsborough Farmer's Market: Billitones

Irregardless Cafe: Cyndra Fyore and Friends; after dark: Cyndra Fyore Dance Band

Lincoln Theatre: Slowhand (Eric Clapton tribute) with Back Beat (Beatles tribute)

Local 506: Cool John Ferguson

Metro: Underground Flaunt with LeMoore

Michael Dean's: Patrick Rock Band

MVP's Tavern: Live Music Jam (opening of Beer Garden), Noon

Pour House: 80's Enuff

Sadlack's: Dodd Ferrelle and the Tinfoil Stars

The Sirens Lounge: DJ Pitt

Six String: Beth Wood with Felicia Rose

Sparks: MoJones

Spice Street: Fusion with DJ Intuition and Kid AG

Sunset Grille: Sayer McShane

Vin: Sala@Vin with DJs Joshua & Keith

Vineyard Cafe: James Byron

Woody's@City Market: DJ T-LO

CONCERTS

Jerry Douglas Band: 8 pm: Dobro player and band. Part of NC Museum of Art summer concert series. NC Museum of Art, Raleigh. 715-5923. $5-20.

Robin and Linda Williams: 8 pm: Bluegrass and folk group perform. Community Church Coffeehouse, 106 Purefoy Rd, Chapel Hill. 942-1775. $18 advance, $20 day of show.

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