Chris Robinson Band
Leon Bridges with Lianne La Havas
|Chris Robinson Brotherhood Invades Raleigh For Two Nights At The Lincoln
Riding the cosmic wave of their new release, Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, CRB brings their psychedelic groove jam to Raleigh for two shows at the Lincoln Theatre - Oct. 22 and 23.
|The Benefit for Dylan: Ivy Stone, Mechabull and Motrendus come together to raise funds for injured Garner resident.
Local Raleigh bands unite in a show of compassion, the Benefit for Dylan Young will be held at the Korner Pocket in Raleigh on 10/22/2016 at 9:00 PM.
|An Interview With Terry Bozzio
Bozzio answers questions on his humble beginnings, the state of music, and his monstrous drum kit with him on tour.
|Leon Bridges And Lianne La Havas Bring Heart And Soul To The DPAC
Lianne La Havas and Leon Bridges exposed their souls to Durham on Sunday night; they took us to church, provided their own version of service, and in Bridges’s case, danced with reckless abandon.
|Unknown Tongues Speak A Universal Language To The Crowd At The Swanfest Sunday Series
Down East natives Unknown Tongues brought Cajun Zydeco down by the White Oak River in Swansboro, NC. Visitors to the Crystal Coast should include a Swanfest Series show in their plans when visiting the area.
|5th Annual Farmhouse Jam Rocks Clayton, NC
Sunday's Farmhouse Jam showcasing "Musicians Honoring Musicians" was held in memory of Tony Avery. The annual event was a major musical highlight of the Labor Day weekend.
|Boney James performing at Red Hat Amphitheater on September 16
Four-time Grammy nominee Boney James comes to Raleigh!
|Interview with Mike Skill of The Romantics
The Romantics are an American new wave rock n’ roll band from Detroit, Michigan who got their start in 1980 and have been touring ever since with hit singles such as “What I Like About You” and “Talking in Your Sleep.” Before the band played Red Hat Amphitheater Thursday, August 25th RMIA got a chance to talk to the band’s guitar player, Mike Skill, about the origins of the group as well as clear up a few confusing aspects of the band’s timeline.
|A Quick Interview With Jared Kolesar of Jared & The Mill
In today's saturated music market it is becoming increasingly difficult to carve out a distinct sound. Jared & The Mill does exactly that by bringing a fresh, hip approach to western rock. They'll be playing at MotorCo in Durham on August 25th.
|The Return of the Dixie Chicks w/ Vintage Trouble and Smooth Hound Smith
The Dixie Chicks are talented musicians and songwriters with big voices and an even bigger, beautiful stage presence.
|Joe Walsh Rocks The Red Hat Amphitheater
Joe Walsh chronicles his magical musical journey playing songs from his years with the James Gang, Barnstorm, The Eagles, and his solo endeavors. Trust me folks, Joe Walsh is no "Ordinary Average Guy".
|Bluegrass Ramble Announces Official Showcase Acts
IBMA releases 30 Official Showcase Acts for Bluegrass Ramble 2016
|Bull Durham Blues Festival Announces Lineup
Bull Durham Blues Festival Returns for 29th Year Legendary local festival keeping the blues alive in Durham
|Carnival of Madness Tour Brings the Madness to Raleigh
Whiskey Myers, Black Stone Cherry, and Shinedown bring some of the best Southern Rock to the Triangle at Red Hat Amphitheater.
|Hangin' With The Tribe At Floydfest 2016 - Part II
Weaving dreams is easy at Floydfest 2016.
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