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Wed, July 21
Berkeley Cafe: Turner and Josh open mic

Bickett Gallery: Death Jazz with Crowmeat Bob

Blue Bayou Club: Clark Stern

Caffe Driade: Chris Titchner

The Cave: early: Cari Clara; 10 pm: Surrey Lane, Velvet

Federal: Topsoil Live with DJ Steve

Gino Russo's: Robert White's Dance Party

Helios Coffee Company: Intro by Keith

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Anthony Pascone dinner piano

Jayzz: Dick Gable All Stars

Kings: The Popular Kids (sketch comedy)

The Library: Study Hall

Local 506: Fashion Design, Marat, Patty Hurst Shifters

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

MVP's: Keith's open jam

Nightlight: Lil Blokes, Circle 475

The Pour House: Tamasha

Six String Cafe: The Parsons

Sushi Blues: Dejavu 80s with DJ Cutlass

Weathervane: 5 pm: Frankie Alexander

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

Berkeley Cafe: After Letting Go, Infamous Brandy Alexander, Corey Parker Band, CAM-ZEN

Blue Bayou Club: 7 pm: Benefit fundraiser for Carolina BioDiesel Project: Bo Lozoff & Friends presentation, music, magic

Cat's Cradle: Dirk Powell

The Cave: early: Don DeLeaumont; 10 pm: Eric Sommer

Dead Mule Club: Tad Dreis, Shwa

Federal: Federal Soul with DJ Marco

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Groove Town

Foster's American Grill: Chairman of the Board, The Embers Outdoor Party

Gino Russo's: Soul Searchers

Go! Room 4: Greatest Hits, Blackouts, All Night

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Irish Session Circle

Jax Sports Grill: Shigas

Kings: Red Sunn, Tsavo, Stetson

Legends: Darkwave-Industrial with DJ Joey

Lincoln Theatre: Butch Walker & American Hi-Fi

Local 506: Triple Ts with DJ Mothersbrothers

Lounge at Cosmic Cantina: 10 pm: open mic; 1 am: DJ with freestyle open mic

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

Montas: Grooves After Seven

Open Eye Cafe: Justin Beckler

Pane & Vino: Extreme Badasses

Pittsboro General Store Cafe: Tony Godwin & Shelly Higgins

The Pour House: Alive After Nine open mic jam

Sadlack's: Storyville Skinners

Six String Cafe: Kimbute

Spartacus Grille: live jazz

Sushi Blues: Raw with LeMoore

Talk of the Town: The Quiet Moment

Tony's Bourbon Street: Robert White's Dance Party

Top of the Hill: Plastic Infinity

Weathervane: 5 pm: Chris Frank

CONCERTS

Project Mastana: 6-8 pm: Indian melodies and African rhythms blended with jazz and even bluegrass. Weaver St Market After Hours. On the lawn at 101 E Weaver St, Carrboro. 929-0010 x115. Free.

Fri, July 23
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

Blue Bayou Club: Armand & Bluesology, Will McFarlane

Berkeley Cafe: Rappers VS Poets IV hosted by 21st Records

Bickett Gallery: The Quarantines, Bolt

Bogart's: E.G. Peters Band

The Brewery: Oxygen Thieves

Cafe Cyclo: Spin with LeMoore

Caffe Driade: Tim Fast & Friends

Cat's Cradle: Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra

The Cave: early: Misty LeFleur; 10 pm: Kenny Roby, John Howie Jr.

The Comet: House House House by Newkular Family with DJs LeMoore & Aron Wayne

Fat Daddy's: DL Token

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Malibu Station

Foster's American Grill: Waylandsphere

Gino Russo's: The Breeze Band

Go! Room 4: Vecordia, Strunken White, Droogies, Makeshift

James Joyce Irish Pub: Tad Dreis, Shwa

Java Divine: Stacey Clearman

Jillians: 6-9 pm: Shigas

Joe & Jo's Downtown: The Shemamas

Kings: Schooner, Pro-L, The Pink Slips

Legends: DJ Joey

The Library: Brooklyn Nights with KidAG

Lincoln Theatre: Sumosha, Strychnine Soul, Transient, Casadyne

Lounge at Cosmic Cantina: 10 pm: open mic; 1 am: DJ with freestyle open mic

Margaux's: Backbeat

Martin Street Music Hall: Brand New Sin, Magnethead, Soundevice, Throttlerod

Michael Dean's: Lounge Lizards

Montas: Fiesta Tropical

MVP's: Fat Chance

Ooh La Latte: The Butchies, LKN, The Midnight Gladness Band, The Last Nerves

Open Eye Cafe: Matt Weiser

Pittsboro General Store Cafe: Doug Mitchell

The Pour House: Cast Iron Filter

Sadlack's: Brother Sean

Sidelines: Sayer McShane

The Sirens Lounge: DJ Andre

Six String Cafe: Mike Corrado, Lauren Echo

Tony's Bourbon Street: Rich Emily

Uncommon Grounds: Blake Addison

Vin Rouge: Rah Bickley and the Lost in the Stars Trio

Weathervane: 5 pm: Eddie Paolantonio

CONCERTS

The Highland Drive Band: 5-7 pm: Bluegrass. Fridays on the Front Porch Series. Carolina Crossroads Restaurant, Carolina Inn, 211 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill. 918-2722. Free.

Laura Ridgeway & Friends: 5-7 pm: Jazz. Fearrington Cafe and Market, 2000 Fearrington Village, Pittsboro. 542-5505.

Big Medicine: 7 pm: String band music of the rural South. Part of Bynum Music Series. Bynum General Store, 950 Bynum Rd, 10 miles south of Chapel Hill off Hwy 15-501. 542-1858. $3-7 suggested donation.

Jazz at The Know: 7-10 pm: Weekly jazz jam hosted by jazz writer and announcer Larry Thomas. 2520 Fayetteville St, Durham. 682-7228. $5.

Three Doors Down: 6:30 pm: With Nickelback, Puddle of Mudd and 12 Stones. Alltel Pavilion, 3801 Rock Quarry Rd, Raleigh. 831-6666, www.alltelpavilion.com. $25-51.50.

Eric Ambel & the Roscoe Trio and Dexter Romweber Duo: 8-11 pm: PHS Hedgehog opens. Part of Fowler's Porch & Garage Music Series. 112 S Duke St, Durham. 683-2555, www.team1512.com. $10.

Nashville Star Tour: 8 pm: The reality TV show comes to town, featuring this year's winner Brad Cotter. Amphitheatre at Regency Park, 8003 Regency Pkwy, Cary. 462-2024. $20-27.50.

Sat, July 24
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

April + George: Worldbeat with DJ Steve

Babette's: Lisa Ray Trio

Bickett Gallery: The Management

Blue Bayou Club: Unknown Tongues

Bogart's: Johnny White & The Elite Band

The Brewery: Live After Death (Iron Maiden tribute)

Cafe Cyclo: Merge

Caffe Driade: Second String Band

The Cave: early: Good 'n' Plenty; 10 pm: Taz Halloween

Enoteca Vin: Sala@Vin with DJs Joshua & Keith

Fat Daddy's: Turbulence

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Lil Dave

Foster's American Grill: Last Night Bash

Gino Russo's: Soul Kitchen

Go! Room 4: North Elementary CD release, Work Clothes, Cub Country

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Stephen Smith & Mike Bisdee

Java Divine: Steve Lindsay

Joe & Jo's Downtown: Narallis

Kings: The Greatest Hits, The Blackouts, Schooner, Mothlight

Legends: House & techno with DJ Joey

Lincoln Theatre: Appetite for Destruction (G'n'R tribute), Fat Head Otis

Local 506: Ken Stringfellow, Shalini, Velvet

Lounge at Cosmic Cantina: 10 pm: open mic; 1 am: DJ with freestyle open mic

Martin Street Music Hall: Countdown Quartet, Ohio Farmcats

Michael Dean's: Mojo

Montas: EuroLatin Nights

Ooh La Latte: Chicks Rock benefit for Ms. Film Festival with Roxotica, Fashion Design, Hotel Motel

Open Eye Cafe: Tony Low

Pane & Vino: DJ Uzi (Allora)

Pittsboro General Store Cafe: Tony Galiani, Exequiela Goldini

The Pour House: Patty Hurst Shifter, The Sammies, The Nevers

Ringside: Masala Beat Club

The Sirens Lounge: DJ Pitt

Six String Cafe: David LaMotte, Sam Shaber

The Speakeasy at Tyler's Taproom: Brenden Rice Band

Spice Street: Fusion with DJ Intuition and Kid AG

Sunset Grille: Bobby Hinton

Tir na nOg: 6:30 pm: Tad Dreis, Shwa

Tony's Bourbon Street: Amazing Lounge Lizards

Vineyard Cafe: The Tims Family Band

CONCERTS

Mary Eldridge and Sarah Ruben: 10 am-noon: Music from the British Isles and America on fiddle and concertina. Music at the Hillsborough Farmers' Market. CCB downtown bldg parking lot off Churton St.

The Casablanca Orchestra: 7-9 pm: Big Band, show tunes, jazz. Waterfront concert at Lake Wheeler. 6404 Lake Wheeler Rd, Raleigh. 622-5704. $5.

Jazz Under the Stars: 8 pm: Ellis Marsalis Quartet with Branford Marsalis and Jason Marsalis. Lois Deloatch and The Scott Sawyer Trio open. Benefit to support St. Joseph's Historic Foundation and Hayti Heritage Center. American Heritage Tobacco Historic District Amphitheatre, across from Durham Bulls Baseball Park, Blackwell St, Durham. $50 reserved, $35 general. 683-1709, www.hayti.org, or Durham Bulls box office 956-BULL.

Modern Troubadours in the Round: 8 pm: Featuring Abra Moore, Jeffrey Gaines, Ben Arthur and Vienna Teng. The ArtsCenter, 300-G E Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787, www.artscenterlive.org. $15, $13 ArtsCenter Friends.

Peter Mulvey: 8 pm: Forty Acres House Concert. The Trails Clubhouse, call for directions. 933-4223, www.fortyacres.org. $10.

Sun, July 25
Bickett Gallery: Sault

Cat's Cradle: Murphy's Law, Antagonizers, Louts, Done Deal, Sweet Poison

The Cave: Brax, Can Joann

Go! Room 4: Ken Stringfellow

Kings: Neu Romance with DJ Madcow and Friends

Legends: Super Show Night with DJ Joey

Local 506: JJ Paradise Players Club, Sentinel, LKN

Martin Street Music Hall: Wide Sky presents open format jam

Montas: Salsa Salvaje Social

Nightlight: 8 pm: open mic

Open Eye Cafe: John Gillespie

The Pour House: 5 pm: I See Hawks in LA; 10 pm: Dubconscious, Leslie Helpert

Sadlack's: Leah Magner

Weathervane: 11 am-2 pm: Mark Lewis

West End: The DJ Group

CONCERTS

The Tim Smith Band: 11 am-1 pm: Original Jamaican-style ska and reggae. Jazz and More! Series. On the lawn at Weaver St Market, 101 E Weaver St, Carrboro. 929-0010 x115. Free.

The Raleigh Concert Band: 6 pm: Marches, classics, Broadway tunes. Part of the Sunday in the Park Concert Series. Fletcher Park, Washington St, Raleigh. 831-6854. Free.

Cowboy Envy All-Girl Cowboy Ensemble: 7 pm: Frenchy, Too Short and Buffalo K recreate the old and create the new western style. Part of the Meet You in the Gardens series. Doris Duke Center Amphitheater, Duke Gardens, Duke Campus. 660-3356, directions 684-2323, www.duke.edu/web/dia. Free.

Raleigh Jazz Orchestra: 7 pm: Bring a picnic. McIver Amphitheater in front of Meredith Lake, Meredith College, Hillsborough St, Raleigh. www.raleighjazz.com. Free.

Mon, July 26
Bickett Gallery: Bring Your Own Damn Music

Capper's Restaurant: Eddie Thigpen Jazz Piano

The Comet Lounge: open mic

Go! Room 4: Good Life (benefit for Mike Triplett)

Java Divine Coffee Bar: 2-4 pm: teen open mic

Kings: Trivia Night

Legends: Goth-Industrial with DJ Joey

Local 506: Microphone Monday

Nightlight: Trivia Night

The Pour House: Scott Sawyer Residency Series

The Sirens Lounge: Piano with Paul Leshen

Six String Cafe: Night of Dreams auditions

Weathervane: 5 pm: Scott Sawyer

CONCERTS

The Dave Matthews Band: 7 pm: With Robert Earl Keen. Alltel Pavilion, 3801 Rock Quarry Rd, Raleigh. 831-6666, www.alltelpavilion.com. $39-56.60.

Tue, July 27
Berkeley Cafe: Divine Ruler, Easy Drum n' Bass Night

Bickett Gallery: DJ Chico

Blue Bayou Club: open mic

The Cave: early: open mic comedy; 10 pm: Emily Waszak

Francesca's: Martin Eagle and Ben Palmer Jazz Jam

Gino Russo's: John Currie Bluegrass Trio

Go! Room 4: James McMurtry & the Heartless Bastards

Hi 5: Brad Benson

Jayzz: open mic

Legends: Cabaret Night with DJ Joey

The Library: International Dance Party

Local 506: Dracula's Daughter

Ooh La Latte: Dillon Fence

The Pour House: The Family Groove, Ryan Montbleau

Six String Cafe: open mic

Slims Downtown: Julius' open mic

WB Yeats Irish Pub: open mic

Weathervane: 5 pm: Robert Griffin

CONCERTS

KISS and Poison: 7 pm: With Z02. Alltel Pavilion, 3801 Rock Quarry Rd, Raleigh. 831-6666, www.alltelpavilion.com. $20-65.

Wed, July 28
Berkeley Cafe: Turner and Josh open mic

Bickett Gallery: Death Jazz with Crowmeat Bob

Blue Bayou Club: Clark Stern

Caffe Driade: Kingfisher

The Cave: early: Jule Brown; 10 pm: Django Haskins

Federal: Topsoil Live with DJ Steve

Gino Russo's: Robert White's Dance Party

Go! Room 4: Jesse Malin, The Damnwells

Helios Coffee Company: Intro by Keith

Java Divine: teen open mic

Jayzz: Dick Gable All Stars

The Library: Study Hall

Local 506: Pre-Merge Records 15-Year Anniversary: Lou Barlow, Arcade Fire

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

MVP's: open jam with Bland Sawyer

The Pour House: Kinetic, Mac & Juice

Six String Cafe: Backporch Swing

Slims Downtown: The Chris Burner Trio

Sushi Blues: Dejavu 80s with DJ Cutlass

Weathervane: 5 pm: Frankie Alexander

CONCERTS

The Rocket Band: 7-9 pm: Local blues band. Part of the Town of Chapel Hill Summer Concert series. McCorkle Place off E Franklin St, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill. 968-2784, www.chapelhillparks.org. Free.

Different Drum: 6-9 pm: World music ensemble that blends Afro pop, Latin and Caribbean styles with jazz. Jazz on Main St, Southpoint Mall, Durham. Free.

Worth the Trip
Cape Fear Blues Festival: Thu-Sun, Jul 22-25: Concerts, boat cruise, workshop and all-day jam in locations throughout Wilmington. 910-762-3576, www.capefearblues.com. Pass for all events $75, some events free.

Music Related
Facilitated Drum Circle: Wed, Jul 28, 7:30 pm: All ages, all levels. Drums for loan. Music Explorium, 403 Weaver St, Carrboro. 969-8400. Donations accepted.

Play with the Pros: Call for teenage and adult orchestral musicians of moderate to advanced skill, to perform with NC Symphony on Sep 2 at Regency Park Amphitheatre. Registration free for Cary residents, $5 non-Cary. 469-4061. Deadline Jul 30.

Isabella Women's Vocal Ensemble: Holding auditions for sopranos and altos thru July. Project of Women's Voices Chorus. 415 Wesley Dr, Chapel Hill. Call for appointment 932-5455.

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.

Carolina Mountain Dulcimer Players: Third Thursdays, 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, 10:30 am: Open to new members. Eduardo de Souza teaching Rio samba, pagode and Bahia styles. 105 Standing Rock Rd, Chapel Hill. 544-5451. $10.

Open Celtic Music Jam: Saturdays, 5-7 pm: Celtic Wonders, 118 A E Main St, Carrboro. 933-6933, www.celticwonders2000.com.

Universal Chanting: Third Sundays, 7-9 pm: Chants and songs of many spiritual traditions. No singing experience necessary. Near Governor's Club, south of Chapel Hill. 968-8440, www.universalchanting.com.

Raleigh Drum Circle: Mondays, 7-9 pm: No experience necessary, loaner drums usually available. Lake Johnson Park, 4601 Avent Ferry Rd, Raleigh. 513-2905, launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/raleighdrumcircle. $2.

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

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 e-mail volunteers@musicmaker.org.

NC Pride Marching Band: Looking for LGBTQS marching and non-marching musicians of all levels. Next performances in August and October. P.O. Box 72212, Durham, NC 27712. 919-477-3943, NCPMB@aol.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.

Thu, July 29
April + George: Fruta with DJ Keith

Blue Bayou Club: Little Charlie & The Nightcats

Cat's Cradle: Merge Records 15-Year Celebration: Superchunk, M. Ward, The Essex Green, Richard Buckner, The Rosebuds

The Cave: early: Waylon Dirges Solo; 10 pm: Cary Hudson

Federal: Federal Soul with DJ Marco

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Wildmen from Borneo

Gino Russo's: Side Street

Go! Room 4: Starlite Desperation

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Old-time jam

Jax Sports Grill: Shigas

Kings: Black Socks/Phon, Art Lord and His Self Portraits, Ticonderoga

Legends: Darkwave-Industrial with DJ Joey

Local 506: Triple Ts with DJ Mothersbrothers

Lounge at Cosmic Cantina: 10 pm: open mic jam session; 1 am: DJ with freestyle open mic

Martin Street Music Hall: Martha Quynn's Living Room with DJ Blake, Fine Day

Montas: Grooves After Seven

Ooh La Latte: The Politics of Poetry

Open Eye Cafe: Marjorie Thompson

The Pour House: Alive After Nine open mic jam

Six String Cafe: Johnsmith

Slims Downtown: Rock 'n' Roll Bingo

Spartacus Grille: live jazz

Sushi Blues: Raw with LeMoore

Talk of the Town: The Quiet Moment

Tony's Bourbon Street: Robert White's Dance Party

Weathervane: 5 pm: Chris Frank

CONCERTS

Voltage Brothers: 6 pm: Song covers from 1920 to 1990 with stops at the Cotton Club and the Country Club. Alive After Five summer concert series. Under water tower at American Tobacco Historic District, across from Durham Bulls Ballpark, Durham. 595-5021. Free.

Different Drum: 6-8 pm: World music ensemble that blends Afro pop, Latin and Caribbean styles with jazz. Weaver St Market After Hours. On the lawn at 101 E Weaver St, Carrboro. 929-0010 x115.

Mary Chapin Carpenter: 7 pm: With Jim Lauderdale. Amphitheatre at Regency Park, 8003 Regency Pkwy, Cary. 462-2024. $35-50.

Fri, July 30
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

Blue Bayou Club: Michael Burks

The Brewery: Pivot, Hand of Doom (Black Sabbath tribute), Ashefield

Cafe Cyclo: Spin with LeMoore

Caffe Driade: Aaron Winters Band

Cat's Cradle: Merge Records 15-Year Celebration: Crooked Fingers, Camera Obscura, Versus, Radar Brothers, Portastatic, Double Dynamite

The Cave: early: 2 O'Clock Dentist; 10 pm: Countdown Quartet

De La Luz @ Temple Ball: Battle for Peace: ILL Rottin' Intelligence, Jaded Junglist Crew, The Archangel

Fat Daddy's: Buster Groove

42nd St. Oyster Bar: EG Peters

Gino Russo's: Wildmen from Borneo

Go! Room 4: Razzle, Roxotica, Des_Ark

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Anthony Pascone

Kings: Jazz Anew 2nd Anniversary Party

Legends: DJ Joey

The Library: Brooklyn Nights with KidAG

Lincoln Theatre: Thursday, Codeseven, Classic Case, Your Enemies Friends

Local 506: Nodcraft.com Presents

Lounge at Cosmic Cantina: 10 pm: open mic jam session; 1 am: DJ with freestyle open mic

Margaux's: Rubberband

Martin Street Music Hall: Nathan Asher & the Infantry, Spader, Kennebec

Michael Dean's: Magic Pipers

Montas: Fiesta Tropical

MVP's: Marble Top Box

Ooh La Latte: SNMNMNM, 8 Eyes

Open Eye Cafe: Stickmen Music

The Pour House: Carbon Leaf

Sadlack's: 'Fore Day Creepers

Shucker's Oyster Bar: David Glenn Dyer & the Crooked Smile Band

Sidelines: Cirkus

The Sirens Lounge: DJ Andre

Six String Cafe: Jimmy Landry, Dave Potts

Tony's Bourbon Street: Main Event

Vin Rouge: Rah Bickley and the Lost in the Stars Trio

Washington Duke Inn: Chris Reynolds Swing 'N' Jazz Duo with Dave Aduddell

Weathervane: 5 pm: Eddie Paolantonio

CONCERTS

Hobart Willis & The Back Forty: 7 pm: Reunion show. Part of Bynum Music Series. Bynum General Store, 950 Bynum Rd, 10 miles south of Chapel Hill off Hwy 15-501. 542-1858. $3-7 suggested donation.

Cool John Ferguson: 6-8 pm: Part of the Warehouse Blues Series, in association with City of Durham and Music Maker Relief Foundation. West Village Courtyard, Durham. 560-4965. Free.

The Big Fat Gap Band: 5-7 pm: Fridays on the Front Porch Series. Carolina Crossroads Restaurant, Carolina Inn, 211 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill. 918-2722. Free.

Guilty Pleasures: 5-7 pm: Bluegrass, blues and folk trio. Music at the Market Series. Fearrington Cafe and Market, 2000 Fearrington Village, Pittsboro. 542-5505.

Different Drum: 7-10 pm: World music ensemble that blends Afro pop, Latin and Caribbean styles with jazz. Courtyard of Tusca's Italian Restaurant, Fernway St, Durham.

Jazz at The Know: 7-10 pm: Weekly jazz jam hosted by jazz writer and announcer Larry Thomas. 2520 Fayetteville St, Durham. 682-7228. $5.

The World's Greatest Singing Groups: 7 pm: Featuring The O'Jays, The Whispers, The Temptations and The Four Tops. Alltel Pavilion, 3801 Rock Quarry Rd, Raleigh. 831-6666, www.alltelpavilion.com. $19.75-45.75.

Andy Coats: 8 pm: Roots and blues singer/guitarist/songwriter. North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre, Greystone Shopping Center, Raleigh. Free admission/buy a CD. 784-0241 or 876-2482.

Sarah McLachlan: 8 pm: Afterglow tour. RBC Center, 1400 Edwards Mill Rd, Raleigh. 861.2323, www.RBCcenter.com. $45-65.

Sat, July 31
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

April + George: Worldbeat with DJ Steve

Blue Bayou Club: Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band

Bogart's: Mojo

Cafe Cyclo: Merge

Caffe Driade: Carolina in My Mind (James Taylor tribute)

Cat's Cradle: Merge Records 15-Year Celebration: Spoon, Destroyer, The Ladybug Transistor, Matt Suggs and the Higher Burning Fire, Shark Quest

The Cave: early: comedy night; 10 pm: Cutter with special guests

Enoteca Vin: Sala@Vin with DJs Joshua & Keith

Fat Daddy's: Venomiss Toad

Gino Russo's: Staircase

Go! Room 4: International Orange, The Pink Slips

James Pharmacy Restaurant: The Shelbys

Joe & Jo's Downtown: William Woltz

Legends: House & Techno with DJ Joey

Lincoln Theatre: Dillon Fence, Hotel Lights, The Never

Local 506: Cool John Ferguson

Lounge at Cosmic Cantina: 10 pm: open mic jam session; 1 am: DJ with freestyle open mic

Martin Street Music Hall: Olympic Ass-Kicking Team, The Cartridge Family

Montas: EuroLatin Nights

Open Eye Cafe: Jesse Janes

Pittsboro General Store Cafe: Blue Streak

The Pour House: Mosadi, Pens & Needles

The Sirens Lounge: DJ Pitt

Sadlack's: All Our Enemies, The Next Best Thing

Scooter's: noon: Trick Bag

Six String Cafe: Chuck Brodsky

Spice Street: Fusion with DJ Intuition and Kid AG

Sunset Grille: 2nd Nature

Tony's Bourbon Street: Wildmen from Borneo

Vineyard Cafe: Cityfolk

CONCERTS

35th Annual Bimbe Cultural Arts Festival: 10 am-6 pm: Festival to bringing the community together to enjoy music, art, food and fun. Hear local and regional talent performing reggae, jazz and rhythm and blues. Continues Sun, Aug 1, 2-6 pm. Durham Central Park, 502 Foster St. 560-4965 x227, www.ci.durham.nc.us.

Tift Merritt: 6 pm: Bynum General Store, 950 Bynum Rd, 10 miles south of Chapel Hill off Hwy 15-501. 542-1858.

Austin Lounge Lizards: 8 pm: Five-part harmonies blending satire with folk, country and bluegrass. The ArtsCenter, 300-G E Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787, www.artscenterlive.org. $18, $16 ArtsCenter Friends.

Earl Scruggs with Family and Friends: 8 pm: Celebrating the 20th anniversary of PineCone. NC Museum of Art, 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh. 715-5923, www.ncartmuseum.org. $40 res, $25 gen adm, $5 children 2-12.

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