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Video: Josh Moore and friends convene in Carrboro to celebrate Parted Ways

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Josh Moore
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June 12, 2015


Surrounded by friends and what seemed to be the majority of the Carrboro community, Josh Moore debuted his long-anticipated solo record, Parted Ways on Friday night. In years past, Moore had become a mainstay in accompanying a variety of groups throughout the Triangle, but over the weekend, it was their time to return the favor. With roughly 10 different musicians coming on and off to support Moore, they provided careful yet lush accompaniment that allowed the gifted singer to take his overdue place center stage.

Below are clips from the evening's performance, and you can read more about Moore's journey that culminated in Friday's performance. 

Josh Moore, "Mercy of the Rain"


Josh Moore, "Gone as Yesterday"


Josh Moore, "Goodbaby Goodbye"

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