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Zuzu Welsh 
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Re: “In 2014, a popular exception reiterated the vitality of local music pockets

A very interesting article. As someone who played in two bands in the Triangle in the late 80s and early 90s that really never graduated beyond playing places like the Berkeley Cafe, Skylight Exchange, 9th Street Bakery and other such venues, it is interesting to read that someone does not have any idea of what goes on in Raleigh's music scene. I remain in contact with folks like Kim Hale, Jeff Hart, Mike Gardner, two former members of Cry Of Love, and a lot of other artists in the area. There is a thriving music scene there. I now reside in Asheville NC, which is another of those places where people wonder about a local music scene that is here but seems ignored outside the area. The fact does remain - local club bands don't make a lot of money. The market is competitive and you have to be able to stand out to get noticed. But for someone to live in Chapel Hill and be oblivious to the local scene there - or anywhere else, for that matter - is sad.

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Posted by Zuzu Welsh on 01/02/2015 at 9:30 AM

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