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

Bogart's: Travis Proctor

Cat's Cradle: Peaches with Young Heart Attack

Cave: 7:30 pm: Matt Weiser; 10 pm: Ryan Cavenaugh Trio

Go! Room 4: The Program w/ Arms-bendback and Hawthorne Heights

Irregardless: Saludos Compay

Jack Astor's: open mic

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Anthony Pascone

Jayzz: Dick Gable All-Stars

Library: Study Hall

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

MVP's Tavern: Open Jam featuring Bland Sawyer

Nightlight: Dave Fox Group w/ Eis-enbeil, Itakura Flinn Jazz Trio, AIMshow

Pour House: Local H with Detachment Kit

Six String: Big Medicine

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Chip Crawford Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Greg Gelb Jazz Trio

Sushi Blues: Deja'Vu

CONCERTS

St Francis Jazz Festival: 8 pm: nightly, April 28-30. Dave Youngman Group, Riverboat Two and more. Cardinal Gibbons High, 1401 Edwards Mill Rd, Raleigh. 522-5840. $5.

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 29
April + George: Fruta with DJ Keith

Berkeley Cafe: Ahluechatistas with Art of Fiction and The Know

Bickett Gallery: 919Noisefest with 7 Years in Space, Phasmatodea, Harm Stryker, To Kill a Petty Bourgeoisie

Bogart's: Crush with Flickernipple and Magic Pipers

Cat's Cradle: Gillian Welch and David Rawlings with Old Crow Medicine Show

Cave: 7:30 pm: Kevin Danzig; 10 pm: Third Mind, Whiskey Priest, New Town Drunks

Club 9: International Night

Crowley's of Stonehenge: open mic with EG Peters

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Groove Town

General Store Cafe: Tony Godwin and Shelly Higgins

Gino Russo's: Scearce and Ketner

Go! Room 4: Conshafter with Snatches of Pink and Pink Slips

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

Irregardless: Greg Logan and Ray Green

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner Piano with Mary Mace

Jayzz: Justin Thompson

Kings: The Semantics with Louts

Lincoln Theatre: Packabelles

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

Montas: Grooves After Seven

MVP's Tavern: Robbie Reid Band

Nightlight: Seekonk with The Hurt

Pour House: Acoustic Open Mic Night with Brent Robertson

Six String: Danielle Miraglia

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Scott Warner Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Gregg Gelb Jazz Quartet

Sushi Blues: Raw with LeMoore

Top of the Hill: Only Midnight

Weaver Street Market: Saludos Compay

CONCERTS

Kent Lyman: 8 pm: Pianist. Meredith College Faculty Recital. Carswell Concert Hall, Meredith College, 3800 Hillsborough St, Raleigh. 760-8536. Free.

pulsoptional: 8 pm: Durham band of composers perform original and other modern pieces. NC School of Science and Math, 1219 Broad St, Durham. $7, $5 students.

St Francis Jazz Festival: 8 pm: Please see April 28 listing.

Fri, Apr 30
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

Berkeley Cafe: Rappers vs Poets 3, Wordclash Series

Bogart's: Mr. Potato Head

Cafe Cyclo: Spin with LeMoore

Cat's Cradle: Patton Oswalt with Brian Posehn and Jon Wurster

Cave: 7:30 pm: Nikki Meets the Hibachi; 10:00 pm: Grand Fury with Joe Swank and the Pirates

Crowley's of Stonehenge: Plywood Smiles

Fat Daddy's: Venomiss Toad

Fearrington Market and Cafe: Bob Vasile and Ralph Gordon

Foster's: Blue Dogs

42nd St. Oyster Bar: E.G. Peters

General Store Cafe: Blue Streak

Gino Russo's: Mojo

Go! Room 4: The Never CD Release with Tinker's Punishment, Sleepsound and Alvarez Painting

Irregardless: Greg Brink and Tony Galliano; late night, Exequilela Goldini

Joe & Jo's Downtown: Blackstrap

Kings: Casadyne with Shiloh, Avisi and Avow

Library: Brooklyn Nights with Kid AG

Lincoln Theatre: ZOSO with Tres Hombres

Margaux's: Big Rick and the Bombers

Martin Street Music Hall: Fat Head Otis with The People's Front and Third String Magic

Metro: Housewarming

Michael Dean's: Cookie

Montas: Rumba Colombiana

MVP's Tavern: Dread 34

Nightlight: Spencer Acuff with the Quarantines, Senryu, The Annuals and Billy Joe Murphy

Open Eye: Gregory Douglas

Pittsboro General Store: Candlewyck

Pour House: Cigar Store Indians with Flav-o-Rich

Sadlack's: Angry Johnny and the Killbillies

Sidelines: Gavinheart

Six String: Christopher Williams

Skybox: Crush

Sullivan's: 5:30 pm: Chip Crawford Jazz Duo; 8 pm: Ed Paolantonio Jazz Quartet

Tony's Oyster Bar: Amazing Lounge Lizards

Twisted Fork: Brad Benson

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

CONCERTS

Free Texas Festival: 6-2 am: 3 day festival with over 60 musical acts, including des_ark, Bellafea, Cantwell, Gomez and Jordan, Oakley Hall, Nautical Almanac, Crank Sturgeon, more. PS 211, Winston-Salem. www.ps211.org, 336-722-2064.

Hillsborough Last Friday Annual Event: 6-9 pm: Spring kick off with UNC's Jazz Combo. Front of Old Orange County Courthouse at Churton and King sts, Hillsborough. 732-7741.

Apex Peak Week Gospel Sing: 7 pm: Featuring Carolina Royalty Quartet, Fall Surrender, more. Apex Baptist Church, 110 S Salem St, Apex. 362-6456. Free.

Indy's Best Of Party: 7 pm: Cool John Ferguson and Big Fat Gap perform. Big Barn at Fearrington Village, Fearrington. $10.

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). Know Bookstore & Restaurant, 2520 Fayetteville St, Durham. 682-7228. $5.

Mike Cross: 8 pm: Blues, Irish jigs, more. Benefit for Museum of Life and Science in Durham. Carolina Theater, 309 W Morgan St, Durham. 560-3030. $20 general seating, $100 includes private post-concert reception.

St Francis Jazz Festival: Apr 28-30, 8 pm: Dave Youngman Group, Riverboat Two and more. Cardinal Gibbons High School, 1401 Edwards Mill Rd, Raleigh. 522-5840. $5.

Sat, May 1
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

April + George: Worldbeat with DJ Steve

Babette's: Saludos Compay

Berkeley Cafe: Stuckshot with Swift

Bogart's: Johnny White and the Elite Band

Cafe Cyclo: Merge with Xopher

Cat's Cradle: Liquid Flowz with Black Moon, Sean Price, Jozeemo, more

Cave: 7:30 pm: Comedy Night with Evan Christie; 10 pm: Dave Quick and the Testostertones

Club formally known as New Bar/Fahrenheit: FAME, with DJs Chadwick/Lemoore, fashion runway, more. Behind Charlie Goodnights, 861 W Morgan St, Raleigh.

Crowley's of Stonehenge: EG Peters

De La Luz@Temple Ball: Howling Dog Theory

The Edge: International Saturdays with DJ Billy Bill

Fat Daddy's: Buster Groove

42nd St. Oyster Bar: Fat Daddy

General Store Cafe: Irish jam

Go! Room 4: Alli with an I with Digger, Tokyo Rose and the Higher

Hillsborough Farmer's Market: Tom Johnson and Laura Silvestri

Irregardless: Bobby Moody and Lou Padro; late night: Moments Notice Dance Band

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Stephen Smith

Jayzz: Justin Thompson

Kings: Utah!, Proof, Continent and Torch Marauder

Library: Tain Collins Band

Lincoln Theatre: Stuckshot with Magnethead, Swift, Untold, and Iconoclast

Martin Street Music Hall: Return of the Wicked

Metro: Flaunt with LeMoore

Nightlight: El Puerto Olimpico, Global Dance Anthems

Open Eye: Julia Rose

Pour House: Mosadi with Gomachi

Scooter's Bar & Grill: Straight No Chaser Band, 5th Annual Open House

Six String: Al Petteway and Amy White

Spice Street: Fusion

Sunset Grille: Only Midnight

Twisted Fork: Travis Proctor

Vin: Sala@Vin with DJs Joshua & Keith

Vineyard Cafe: Eric Thomas

Woody's@City Market: DJ T-LO

CONCERTS

Free Texas Festival: 12 pm-2 am: 3 day festival with over 60 musical acts. Please see April 30 listing.

Funk Brothers: 6 pm: Standing in the Shadows of Motown with the Funk Brothers. Legendary studio band performs Motown Sound. McKimmon Conference Center, NCSU Campus, Raleigh. 515-2261. $60.

Pittsboro Montessori School Benefit: 6:30 pm: Live music with the Brakes, Trilogy, Mitzi Brooks, more. Pittsboro Kiwanis Club, Pittsboro. 545-0055. $5.

Shania Twain: 7:30 pm: With Emerson Drive. Country-pop singer. RBC Center, Raleigh. 834-4000. $45-80.

Choral Society of Durham: 8 pm: Spring concert of Mendelssohn's Elijah. Baldwin Auditorium, Duke Campus. 560-2733. $15, $5 students.

The Roches: The legendary sister duo blend contemporary folk, rock, country, and pop music. ArtsCenter, 300 Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787. $18.

Sun, May 2
Cave: The Lilas

Copeland's: Eddie Thigpen Jazz Trio

The Edge: Absolut Sundays with DJ Chela No. 1

Go! Room 4: New Model Army

Irregardless: Gene O'Neill

Kings: 5 pm: Heads on Sticks with Dan Surtain, matinee show; 9 pm: Neu Romance

Montas: Salsa Salvaje Social

Pour House: High School Matinee with Jarando, Hot Vegas, Makeshift

Skylight Exchange: open mic

Weaver Street Market: Magnolia Klezmer

West End: The DJ Group

CONCERTS

Free Texas Festival: 12 pm-2 am: 3 day festival with over 60 musical acts. Please see April 30 listing.

Baby Home Benefit Festival: 1-5 pm: Fundraiser for orphanages with Armand and Bluesology, Kris Whiteneck and Helga Levin and Will McFarlane Band. Snipes Farm Retreat, Chapel Hill. Donations accepted. www.armand.hpw.com, 933-5016.

Chapel Hill Senior Center Concert: 3 pm: Piano students perform classical and jazz. Chapel Hill Senior Center, Elliott Rd, Chapel Hill. 929-5487. $7.

Waterfront Concert: 5-7 pm: Fatmen and Robin perform bluegrass. Lake Johnson. 662-5704. $5.

May Day Music: 5:30 pm: Ciompi Quartet performs Red Priest, Meet the Australian Outback. Part of Mallarme Chamber Players series. Classical with Aboriginal didgeridoo music. Durham Central Park. 560-2788. $15, children/students free.

Mon, May 3
Blue Bayou Club: Blue Monday All-Blues Jam

Comet Lounge: Open mic with Russ Thompson

General Store Cafe: Harmony Kenney and Friends

Go! Room 4: Duvall

Library: open mic

Local 506: Microphone Mondays

Nightlight: USAISAMONSTER with Facedowninshit, Ova!, Happy Mother's Day I Can't Read

Pour House: Gregory Douglas

Six String: Mary Johnson

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

Tue, May 4
Berkeley Cafe: Evoka with The Never

Blue Bayou Club: open mic with Diane & Gregory

Bogart's: Brad Benson

Cat's Cradle: Sebadoh with Cub Country

Cave: 7:30 pm: Stu Cole and Taz Halloween; 10 pm: Songwriters Open Mic with John Saylor

Irregardless: Greg Brink

Library: Tuesday Showcase

Pour House: Red Elvises

Six String: open mic

CONCERTS

Fortuna Farewell Concert: 8 pm: Durham Renaissance choir performs as end of 20 year career. Cathedral of Sacred Heart, 226 Hillsborough St, Raleigh. 683-9672. Free.

Wed, May 5
Berkeley Cafe: Turner and Josh open mic

Bogart's: Travis Proctor

Caffe Driade: Gregory Douglass

Cave: 7:30 pm: Brother Sean; 10 pm: Kill Henry Sugar

Foster's: Sleeping Booty with Rubberband

Fowler's: Saludos Compay

Go! Room 4: International Orange with Applejuice Orchestra, Go Machine

Irregardless: Chen and Neal Chapman

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Anthony Pascone

Library: Study Hall with DJ Pez

Lincoln Theatre: Project 86

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

MVP's Tavern: Tommy Redd's open jam

Nightlight: Eastern SEaboard

Pour House: Tater with Last Train Home

Six String: Bluegrass Experience

Sushi Blues: Deja'Vu

Music Related
Long Leaf Opera Auditions: May 1 & 2, 2 & 5 pm: Call for all voice types. Durham Arts Council, 120 Morris St. 968-9595.

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

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.

Durham Music Festival Call for Entries: 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.

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.music maker.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.

Thu, May 6
April + George: Fruta with DJ Keith

Berkeley Cafe: Silent, Inc with Triple Threat, Enkog, DJ Jo Lee

Cat's Cradle: Los Amigos Invisibles

Cave: 7:30 pm: Seth Coluzzi; 10 pm: Django Haskins

Club 9: International Night

Crowley's of Stonehenge: open mic with EG Peters

De La Luz@ Temple Ball: Caveman

General Store Cafe: Jazz with Hutchison, Hoole and Elliott

Go! Room 4: Erie Choir with Hotel Lights

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

Irregardless: Blue T, Fred and David Westbrook

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner Piano with Mary Mace

Kings: Viva La Venus with Lactose Quervo

Library: Club Night with DJs Kiko, Sleazy McQueen, Intuition

Lincoln Theatre: Drive-By Truckers

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

Montas: Grooves After Seven

MVP's Tavern: Lonesome George's all blues jam

Nightlight: Dylan Metrano with Tiger Saw, America Dear

Pour House: Open mic jam with Brent Robertson

Six String: Eric Taylor and Blue Ruby Music

Sushi Blues: Raw with LeMoore

CONCERTS

Julee Glaub: 7 pm: CD release concert for traditional Irish and Appalachian folk artist. Blacknall Presbyterian Church, 1902 Perry St, Durham. 286-5586. $15.

Paddy Keenan with Patsy O'Brien: 7:30 pm: Irish and Celtic music. Part of Little Lake Hill House Concerts, Raleigh. www.bettpadgett.com, 787-6378. $15.

Fri, May 7
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

All People Grill: Skeeter Brandon

Bakus: Flamenco guitar

Berkeley Cafe: Plan B

Blue Bayou Club: Armand's Really Big Band

Bull Pen Lounge: Michael Leonhardt (piano)

Cafe Cyclo: Spin with LeMoore

Cat's Cradle: The Wailers

Cave: 7:30 pm: Brenda Linton Band; 10:00 pm: David Spencer Band

Crosspointe: Jason Harrod

Crowley's of Stonehenge: Magic Pipers

De La Luz@ Temple Ball: The Method and Result

Fat Daddy's: Lil Dave and Howlin Blues Band

Foster's: Blue Dogs

General Store Cafe: Lightnin' Wells

Go! Room 4: Schooner with Bellafea, the Sames

Irregardless: Karen Jones with Michael Jones Jazz Duo

Joe & Jo's Downtown: The Capricorns with Green Bean Go!, Anderson Toone

Library: Brooklyn Nights with Kid AG

Lincoln Theatre: David Allan Coe with Rebel Son

Martin Street Music Hall: Innocent A.D. with Striking Susan and Age of Dispair

Margaux's: Rich Emily Band

Metro: Housewarming

Michael Dean's: Mojo

Montas: Fiesta Tropical

MVP's Tavern: Rocket Band

Nightlight: Clang Quartet with Black Castle and Ahleuchatistas

Pour House: Kevn Kinney' Sun Tangled Angel Revival with Gibb Droll

Sadlack's: The Breaks with The Nevers

Sidelines: 751 Band

Six String: Hooverville with Andrew Calhoun

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

Woody's@City Market: Viavant

CONCERTS

Cary Children's Concert Choir: 7 pm: Singers perform Copland, more. Greenwood Forest Baptist Church, Cary. 462-3864. 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). Know Bookstore & Restaurant, 2520 Fayetteville St, Durham. 682-7228. $5.

4B.J. Thomas: 8 pm: Pop, country, gospel singer. Clayton Center, 20 minutes from downtown Raleigh. 553-3152, www.theclaytoncenternc.org. $26.

Capital Area Chorale: 8 pm: Spring concert of Feel the Spirit! God's Trombones and other Spirituals. St. Michael's Episcopal Church, 1520 Canterbury St, Raleigh. www.cachorale.org, 787-7364. $5-10.

Glorious and Free: Sounds of Canada: 8 pm: Spring concert by group Women's Voices with performances of Canadian composers. University United Methodist Church, 150 East Franklin St, Chapel Hill. 932-5455. $10 adults, $5 children.

With A Song In Our Hearts: 8 pm: F.R.E.D. performs with The General Assembly Chorus and Central Carolina high school barbershop quartets. BTI Center, Fletcher Opera Theatre, Raleigh. 303-0284. $15-25.

Avett Brothers CD Release Concert: 9 pm: Greenville, NC roots group celebrates release of Mignonette with opener Michael Reno Harrell. ArtsCenter, 300-G Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787. $12.

Sat, May 8
Abyssinia: African Caribbean Night

April + George: Worldbeat with DJ Steve

Babette's: Susan Reeves Trio

Bakus: Jafaar

Crowley's of Stonehenge: Skeeter Brandon

Berkeley Cafe: Rebel Empire with Bass Envy

Bogart's: Super Glide

Cafe Cyclo: Merge with Xopher

Caffe Driade: Saludos Compay

Cat's Cradle: Dirtbombs with Forty Fives, Jimmy and the Teasers

Cave: 7:30 pm: Susan Kirk

De La Luz@ Temple Ball: Paul Rosenburg, afternoon kids show

The Edge: International Saturdays with DJ Billy Bill

Fat Daddy's: DL Token

Foster's: DJ Big Ben

General Store Cafe: Sheila Warner & Kathleen Hannan

Gino Russo's: Irish jam

Go! Room 4: Sentinel

Hillsborough Farmer's Market: Ninian Bell

Irregardless: Moore Square Dance Band with Don Martin Duo

James Pharmacy Restaurant: Dinner with Piano by Stephen Smith

Joe & Jo's Downtown: Gaslight

Lincoln Theatre: Barefoot Manner

Local 506: Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings

Martin Street Music Hall: Return of the Wicked

Metro: Flaunt with LeMoore

Michael Dean's: Magic Pipers

Nightlight: The Loners with Andy Airplane, Can Joann, Buckthorne Superstar

Pour House: Evening with John McEuen

Sadlack's: Independent Animal Rescue Benefit with Ohio Farm Cats, Crisis Lounge, Turkey Buzzard, more

Six String: noon: Bamboo Music Showcase; 8 pm: Jimmy Landry with Austin Echo

Spice Street: Fusion with DJ Intuition and Kid AG

Sunset Grille: Kingfish Unplugged

Tir na nOg: Josh Mayo with Modern Epic

Twisted Fork: Travis Proctor

Vin: Sala@Vin w/ DJs Joshua & Keith

Vineyard Cafe: Davis & Davis

Woody's@City Market: DJ T-LO

CONCERTS

Bluegrass Gospel Picnic: Noon-5 pm: With Charles Pettee and FolkPsalm, Joyful Noise Bluegrass Band, more. Aqueduct Conference Center, 1700 Mt Carmel Church Rd, Chapel Hill. 933-5557. $10, children under 12 free.

Jaafar: 1 pm: World music concert. Ten Thousand Villages, Cameron Village, 435 Woodburn Rd, Raleigh. 787-8066.

With A Song In Our Hearts: 2 and 8 pm: Please see May 7 listing.

Ginuwine: 7 pm: Hip-hop MC with Joe, Brian McKnight, more. Alltel Pavilion, Raleigh. www.alltelpavilion.com.

Jonathan Byrd and Dromedary CD Release Party: 8 pm: Bluegrass picker and songwriter and Athens, GA group team up on The Sea and the Sky. ArtsCenter, 300-G Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787. $12.

Mappamundi: 8 pm: World music band combines Celtic, Klezmer, Balkan, more. Chapel Hill Kehillah, 1200 Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill. www.mappa mundi.com. $8.

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