Tickets go onsale Saturday for Nine Inch Nails’ Nov. 3 concert at the Greensboro Coliseum, and on Friday for Bob Weir & Ratdog at War Memorial Auditorium on Nov. 16. Bruce Piephoff plays Lindley Park Filling Station in Greensboro on Wednesday.
Blues jams take place at the Club House on Wednesday, the Flatiron on Thursday and Zion Bar & Grille in Sunday, Sept. 14 — all venues in Greensboro — and at the Red Lion in High Point on Sept. 15. The Flatiron jam features hosts Stan Atwell, Mike Thomas and Terry VunCannon. The Bethabara Concert Band performs in Bethabara Park in Winston-Salem on Thursday. Visit bethabarapark. org for more information. Matt Stillwell opens for Corey Smith at the Millennium Center in Winston-Salem on Thursday, while Advent, Heavy Hearted and Reign Supreme play at the Werehouse, and Box Wine presides at the Garage. In Greensboro on Thursday, the Young Sons and Modern Skirts share billing at the Blind Tiger in Greensboro and the Grey Hackelman Trio surfaces at the Press Wine CafÃ©. Jence, Woodhead and Goryango work out at the Soundvent in Thomasville on Friday. Delbert McClinton brings his tough Texas soul to the N Club in Greensboro with opening support from the Michael Cole Band on Friday, while fellow Texan (and outgoing YES! Weekly staff writer) Amy Kingsley plays her final show with Dawn Chorus at Square One in Greensboro. The Bronzed Chorus and Gary Koonce share the bill. Hot Politics plays the Blind Tiger, Molly McGinn & the Buster Dillys play the Upstage Cabaret at Triad Stage, and Counterfall, Helix and the Forever Endeavor perform at CafÃ© Jam. Max Indian, Young Sons, Distrails and Modern Skirts play the Werehouse on Friday, while Aaron Berg & Heavy Love, Ken Mohan, Renae Paige and My Cousin Walt convene at the Garage. Laurelyn Dossett, Molly McGinn & Scott Manring, Lynn Blakey & Ecki Heins and Great Big Gone play a benefit for Rock Rest Amphitheater at the same venue in northern Chatham County on Saturday. For more information, call 919.542.5943 or visit www.musicalroots.net. Kavish, Wafer Thin, Viva La Venus and 220 Short are at the Garage on Saturday. Bluegrass star Rhonda Vincent & the Rage appear at the Carolina Theatre in Greensboro on Saturday, while pianist Yefim Bronfman, tenor RenÃ© Barbera perform selections such as Tchaikovsky’s “Piano Concerto No. 1,” Verdi’s “La Donna Ã© Mobile” and Donizetti’s “Una Furtiva Lagrima” with the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra at UNCG’s newly renovated Aycock Auditorium. Anonymous, Old Stone Revue, Auto Pilot, the Radials, Slow and Lowdown, 176-Jessica & Julie, Bambooza, Rachel Loebes, Walrus & Evan Olson and Patrick Rock play a benefit for Rock the Vote at the Blind Tiger, Sin Tax and the Raving Knaves play the Green Bean and a punk trifecta of Nightmare Sonata, the Dirty South Revolutionaries and the Nondenoms blows up at 915 Skate Park in Greensboro, while Jim Mayberry regales the drinkers at Tequila Joe’s in Greensboro. Mercy Mercedes, We Shot the Moon, In Passing, My Favorite Highway, Love & Reverie and the Jealousy Game carry on the pop beat at Greene Street on Sunday, Sept. 14, and jazz player Delfeayo Marsalis performs at the UNCG School of Music. Kentuckian Chris Knight resurrects the shit-kicking country of Steve Earle at the Garage on Sept. 14 before the latter surrendered his Nashville bona fides for Greenwich Village folkie citizenship. Concrete Evidence plays the Central Carolina Fair at the Greensboro Coliseum on Sept. 14. The Kenosha Kid turns up at the Garage on Sept. 16. Old Southern Moonshine Revival appears at the Central Carolina Fair and Jim Mayberry entertains at the Press Wine CafÃ© on Sept. 16.