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The Fruitful Anarchy of Crown Larks

Chicago band to play its arty psychedelic post-punk in Winston-Salem Jack Bouboushian sometimes does a funny thing when he’s working on music with his bandmates ...
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Yarn’s Roots Country Connects New York and North Carolina

Singer/songwriter Blake Christiana and his four-piece make a virtue of constant motion Place looms large in American music. Being from California or New York can ...
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Folk Musician and Instructor Happy Traum Returns to MerleFest

Woodstock-based guitarist and singer first came to North Carolina in the ‘50s Happy Traum has been coming to North Carolina for over 60 years. The ...
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Greensboro’s LeBaron Prepare Full-Length Debut

Shoegaze-y four-piece makes music that blossoms in a studio setting Clarity in music isn’t always a virtue. Sometimes a little murkiness and mud make all ...
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The Morbid Fixations of Charming Disaster

Brooklyn duo brings a taste of death in April Is there anything more metal than the myth of Osiris? The story of the Egyptian god ...
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New Jersey’s Rock N Roll Hi Fives Hit the Road ...

Family Rock Band Plays Winston-Salem Guitar Shop It might be getting harder and harder to alarm one’s parents and to broadcast a sense of alienation ...
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Winston-Salem’s True Believer Prepare Hail Bop

Shoegaze-y dream-pop trio make a lot of sound Winston-Salem’s True Believer are set to release their first album-ish thing, a digital EP, this week. When ...
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A Greensboro Fest Reboot

Three days of music to showcase the scope of local talent Music festivals have been multiplying lately. Sort of like craft breweries. And, as with ...
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The Visual Scores of Composer Anthony Braxton Coming to SECCA

Noted innovator, avant-gardist and improvisor performs to kick off show in Winston-Salem Music and art fans in the area have a very rare chance to see ...
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A Wide-Ranging Full-Length Debut from Brother Wilson

Triad-based singer/songwriter Joel Hodnett ranges from country-rock to blues and soul The new record from Brother Wilson starts with some twang, some strumming and a ...