WCOM Acousticfest with Louise Bendall, Lynn Blakey & Ecki Heins, Harmonica Bob, Near Blind James | The Cave Tavern | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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WCOM Acousticfest with Louise Bendall, Lynn Blakey & Ecki Heins, Harmonica Bob, Near Blind James 

When: Thu., Oct. 21, 7:30 p.m. 2010
Price: Donations

Carrboro's Elizabeth Cotten wrote her signature tune "Freight Train" while listening to the trains rambling through town. The homespace of WCOM, Carrboro's community radio station, is referred to by many DJs as the Elizabeth Cotten Memorial Studio, and courtesy of a recent move, that studio is a little closer to the inspirational railroad tracks. Plus, it now has a bathroom. But creature comforts cost greenbacks, thus the annual fundraising Acoustic Fest. Providing the music this year are jazz-leaning folk singer Louise Bendall, wife-and-husband/ voice-and-violin duo Lynn Blakey and Ecki Heins, and non-wife-and-husband blues duo Harmonica Bob and Near Blind James. —Rick Cornell

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