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By:  Press Release - 11/24/2015
In 1987 the "Queen of Soul" was the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

A King And His Two Princes: The Carl Palmer ELP Legacy
By:  Sheryl Bryant - 11/22/2015
Legendary drummer Carl Palmer's dynamic delivery amazes the small crowd assembled at the Cary Theater in Cary, NC. on Saturday, November 21, 2015. Clearly, he belongs at the top of the ranks of drum and percussion royalty.

A Night with Janis Joplin
By:  Press Release - 11/9/2015
An Electrifying Musical Celebrating the Queen of Rock & Roll Featuring Tony Award-nominated actress Mary Bridget Davies.

Why Bluegrass Is Fascinating
By:  Cindy Faulkner - 11/9/2015
Balsam Range, 2015 IBMA Vocal Group of the Year, said the bluegrass community is like a big family reunion and has a heritage that needs to be passed down.

Prine Time At DPAC
By:  Ike Riddick - 11/8/2015
Friday night the Bull City welcomed one of the most prolific singer-songwriters in country/folk music history as John Prine graciously took the stage at the Durham Performing Arts Center. Prine's performance not only delivered from an entertainment perspective but also left those in attendance inspired and appreciative of a musician's journey through life.

Monday Morning After Seeing Yellowcard And New Found Glory At The Ritz:
By:  Elizabeth Rosemary Harrington - 10/20/2015
Shaving twelve years off of your life? Some people would pay a lot of money for that, or at least for it to look like that’s physically the case. But that’s the effect that Yellowcard and New Found Glory both achieved; In energy, but not necessarily agility. In the words of New Found Glory frontman Jordan Pundik, “Welcome to 2003.”

The American Roots Music and Arts Festival
By:  Sheryl Bryant - 10/19/2015
Day Two of the inaugural American Roots Music and Arts Festival found the temperatures falling but the spirits rising as the performances reached incredibly high peaks.

The American Roots Music and Arts Festival
Walnut Creek Amphitheatre

By:  Sheryl Bryant - 10/18/2015
The sun was shining on a brisk Saturday in Raleigh, where LiveNation brought us the first annual American Roots Music Festival in all its power and glory. Seven bands played Day One.

Collective Soul at The Ritz
By:  Mark Winston - 10/8/2015
Opening day of a tour in support of ‘See What You Started by Continuing,’ the band’s 9th album release.

Rain Can't Stop The Music At Wide Open Bluegrass Festival
By:  Ike Riddick - 10/3/2015
Despite torrential rain and flash flood warnings, the Wide Open Bluegrass Festival persevered and thrived upon relocating inside to the Raleigh Convention Center. The Steep Canyon Rangers along with Alison Krauss & Union Station brought the house down as they performed on Friday night downtown Raleigh.

IBMA Awards Show 2015
By:  Cindy Faulkner - 10/2/2015
The 26th Annual International Bluegrass Music Awards Show held in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium was a night of celebration for bluegrass music.

Wide Open Bluegrass Festival Moving Indoors
By:  Press Release - 9/30/2015
The ticketed portion of this weekend's Wide Open Bluegrass festival will be moved from the Red Hat Amphitheater into the Raleigh Convention Center.

Dawes: Folk Music With Just The Right Edginess And Indie Feel
By:  Sheryl Bryant - 9/27/2015
Rain and wind doesn't dampen the spirit in the venue as Dawes delivers a solid set at the NC Museum of Art Amphitheater on Friday, September 25th in Raleigh, NC.

Raleigh's Love For Janet Jackson is Unbreakable
By:  Sue Hardee - 9/19/2015

Janet Jackson's Raleigh stop on the Unbreakable tour wins hearts and makes memories for all that attended.

Death Cab for Cutie w/ Twin Shadow at Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh
By:  Chris Dunbar - 9/18/2015
There was no better site, no better way, to begin the transition out of summer than with the atmospheric sound of Death Cab for Cutie.

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