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by Jordan Green

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Rhyme & Reason plays the noontime concert at Center City Park in Greensboro on Wednesday. Feral Souls and Plant One join forces at the Soundvent in Thomasville on Thursday. Holy Ghost Tent Revival plays a free show for the EMF Fringe kickoff party at Natty Greene’s in Greensboro on Thursday. Across the street at the Green Burro, oldtime music lovers crowd one of the upper rooms fro a jam session. Also in the Gate City on Thursday, Dangermuffin raises a red alert at the Blind Tiger, and Yank Yr Blue Jeans and Scott Pryor share billing at the Green Bean. Also on Thursday, Anvil: The Story of Anvil, a documentary about a 1980s Canadian heavy metal band screens at the Carousel Luxury Cinemas in Greensboro. Evading the Grave, Lions for Lambs, Mess In the Morgue, Fatal Disorder and 3 Cheers for Texas continue on the trail of carnage at the Soundvent on Friday. Now, take a deep breath. Heavy Rebel Weekender runs from Friday through Sunday, July 5 at the Millennium Center in Winston-Salem. The lineup for Friday runs as follows: the Chop Tops, American Speedway, Sasquatch & the Sickabillies, Crank County Daredevils, the Malamondos, Jimmy & the Teasers, Grinder Nova, Lust, the Strikers, the Atomic Drops, Down on Luck, Pinche Gringo, Miss Firecracker, Holy Ghost Tent Revival, Pulp 45, Uncle Daddy & the Kissin’ Cousins, Soul Reapin’ 3, the Defibulators, Tommy Ray & the Rayguns, the Blacklist Royals and the Cocktail Shakers. Saturday, July 4, the party continues with the Koffin Kats, Billy Joe Winghead, Lords of the Highway, Mad Tea Party, the Cheats, Kenneth Brian, the Memphis Morticians, the Poonhounds, Goddamn Gallows, Sean K. Preston, Gojira-X, Sean Kershaw & the New Jack Ramblers, Octane Saints, the bo-stevens, Them Damned Young Livers, the Tremors, Matt Walsh, Richard Bacchus & the Luckiest Girls and the B-Sharps. Sunday morning comes down on July 5 with Dash Rip Rock, John Howie & the Rosewood Bluff, Buzzkillz, Kelley & the Cowboys, Viva Las Vegas, the Defilers, Guitar Bomb, Delco Nightingale, Sandinistas!, Johnny Carlevale & the Rollin’ Pins, Dielectrics, Kitty King & the Whistlin’ Skulls, the Krank Daddys, Biggie Stardust & His Wretched Hive, Calamity, Two-Tone Tony & the Carburetor Cats, Already Dead, Adam, the First Real Man, 220 Short and Wafer Thin. Kavish works Eilliott’s Revue by its lonesome in Winston-Salem on Friday. Electric rake inventor Eugene Chadbourne appears with the F-Art

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