|Recent Shots from our World Class Photographers|
George Thorogood and the Destroyers
Drive By Truckers
Brett Dennen with Foy Vance
|An Intimate Evening Of Rock With 3 Doors Down Acoustic At DPAC |
3 Doors Down has announced "3 Doors Down Acoustic - Songs From The Basement" dates fueled by public demand alongside select plugged in electric dates at festivals in select markets. Fans will experience an up-close acoustic evening with the band at Durham Performing Arts Center, on August 17, 2014.
|New Music From Carl Meeks And Ken Albert Junior Flames |
Wild Falcon Records releases "If We Do", by Carl Meeks and Ken Albert Junior Flames.
|Big Something And Big Daddy Love Come Together To Form Big Daddy Something At The Lincoln|
If you take the six members of Big Something and throw in the five members of Big Daddy Love, you end up with a Lincoln Theatre packed full of Big Daddy Something. The collaboration between these two bands was magical.
|An Unpredictable Evening With Todd Rundgren At The Carolina Theatre|
Todd Rundgren promised an unpredictable evening and he delivered it at the Carolina Theatre on Monday, April 8.
|Get The Led Out "Rambles On" At The Durham Performing Arts Center|
Sunday night in Durham, Led Zeppelin was paid tribute to by a group of their biggest fans - Get The Led Out. GTLO's mission as a band is to capture the "studio" sound and perform it "live" as if listening on your radio or turntable. Durham - we have misson accomplished.
|Ian Anderson's HOMO ERRATICUS due out April 15 in North America|
Legendary prog pioneer Ian Anderson's new studio album continues the story of Anderson's favorite enfant terrible Gerald Bostock. Homo Erraticus will be performed in its entirety at DPAC on 10/4/2014 followed by a selection of Tull classics updated with video and theatrics.
|Spring Shakori Hills GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance|
12th annual spring festival from April 17 to April 20 will feature more than 50 bands and performers including the Indigo Girls, The Del McCoury Band, Donna the Buffalo, and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band
|Queens in the Building of Kings
Mobb Deep releases new album, The Infamous Mobb Deep on the same night they performed to a sold out show at Kings Barcade in Raleigh.
|MechaBull and Motrendus Rock The Whiskey Room
MechaBull and Motrendus: Takin' Care of Business
|An Interview With Get The Led Out Guitarist Paul Hammond |
Philadelphia-based Get The Led Out, the American Led Zeppelin, invades Durham on Sunday, April 6th with two sets of "studio proof" Zeppelin at the Durham Performing Arts Center.
|Crosby, Stills, and Nash - Durham Performing Arts Center|
With a group like Crosby, Stills, and Nash, it is difficult to refrain from over-analyzing every word spoken or note played.
|Shawn Colvin And Steve Earle - Acoustically Speaking|
Shawn Colvin returns to the Carolina Theatre with her partner-in-harmony, Steve Earle.
|Moody Blues at DPAC
The video screens on the sides of the stage promoted upcoming shows featuring tribute bands to Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd. On a cold March night, there would be no substitute for The Moody Blues. The band was really going to play and the fans would be paying tribute to them.
|The Temptations And The Four Tops Return To DPAC|
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Temptations and The Four Tops return to DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center, on September 26, 2014. Their last two performances were sold out and Triangle fans can expect this show to follow suit.
|George Thorogood Celebrates 40 Years in the Music Business|
Rock 'n' Roll icon's Duke Energy Center Performance with Raleigh's own Jack The Radio. After sixteen studio albums (two Platinum and six Gold), The Destroyers have sold 15 million albums worldwide.
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