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Holy Hell & the Hangovers works out at Brewballs in Burlington on Wednesday. Caleb Caudle & the Bayonets, the Lonely H and Country Dan Collins anchor the mid-week night at the Garage in Winston-Salem, while Jerry Chapman presides at Foothills Brewing. Clay Howard & Benjy Johnson provide a midday respite at Center City Park in Greensboro on Wednesday. EMF Faculty and special guests Andrew Willis and Henry Lebedinski perform Bach’s Brandenburg Concerti at First Presbyterian Church in Greensboro on Wednesday. Hey Monday, This Providence, the Friday Night Boys, Stereo Skyline and the Bigger Lights gang up at Green Street Club — also in Greensboro, of course — on Wednesday. Peter’s Shadow, Rising From the Ashes and Walking Edith Park converge on the Soundvent in Thomasville on Thursday. Simplified plays an outdoor concert at Corpening Plaza in Winston-Salem on Thursday. And the Saving Graces and the Successful Failures surface at the Garage. Bright Sheng conducts an Eastern Music Festival Young Artists Series concert featuring flautist Les Roettges performing Shostakovich, Bright Sheng and Tchaikovsky at Guilford College’s Dana Auditorium in Greensboro on Thursday. Lost in the Trees appears with Rachel Loebs at the Blind Tiger. The hard-working Holy Hell & the Hangovers rock Red Bull Tavern in Burlington on Friday. Left on Cates, Kaustic, Pivot, By Morning, We Are Masked and Drive She Said plug in and turn it up at the Raven in Burlington on Friday. Getting back to Winston-Salem, Rose’s Pawn Shop, the bo-stevens and 500 Miles to Memphis erect a roots-rock tripod at the Garage on Friday. Matt Hill & the Buzzkillz work 6th & Vine, and TS Leach appears at Elliott’s Revue. In Greensboro, Jose-Luis Novo conducts an Eastern Music Festival Young Artists Series concert featuring the works of Poulenc and shostakovich at Dana Auditorium on Friday. Dan Zanes & Friends perform under the “emF kids concerts” banner at Greensboro Day School on Friday. other cool stuff in Greensboro on Friday: the Mantras at the Blind Tiger; the Secret Handshake, PlayRadioPlay!, Love You Long Time, Saturday Night Lies and Stereo in Stasis at Greene Street Club; and Chinese Fire Drill, Ryan Houser and Kristen Leigh at Maya Art Gallery. A Light Divided, Resort to Killing, Black 29, Zero System and 7 Day Sorrow hold the Soundvent under a reign of terror on Saturday. African Heritage Day features bluesman Boo Hanks, poet Josephus III, African choir Ohenemma, storyteller Fred Motley and the Kuumbia African Dance Co. at the Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum in sedalia on Saturday. Jeffrey Dean Foster & the Birds of Prey and the Houstons rave up at the Garage on Saturday. The Feral Souls and Joe Blevins of the old stone Revue get down at Elliott’s Revue on Saturday. The Eastern Music Festival Orchestra, conducted by Gerard Schwartz and Bright Sheng, and featuring pianist Horacio Gutierrez, performs Beethoven, Bright sheng and Janacek at Dana Auditorium on Saturday. The musical component of “comics and chords” at the Flatiron in Greensboro on Saturday is Filthybird and Jew(s) and Catholic(s). continuing with Saturday events in Greensboro: Bertha Young & the BYoung Band work Studio B, Jim Weider’s Project Percolator rocks the roots tip at the Blind Tiger, and the Forever Endeavor, Autumn Nights and the Coliseum play for the glory of God at Caf’ Jam. The Philharmonia performs at Lindley Park in Greensboro on Sunday, July 19. The One Love Reggae Festival features Bounty Killer, Serani, Collie Buddz, Tanya Stephens and Mavado in the Greensboro Coliseum parking lot on July 19. The New Horizon Band gives a free concert at the Greensboro Cultural Center on July 19. The Strangers Family Band appears at Elliott’s Revue on July 21. The Hideout Bar in Winston-salem hosts a jam session every Tuesday, which falls on July 21. A UNCG Chamber Series concert features pianist Horacio Gutierrez performing schubert, Takemitsu and Brahms at UNCG’s Recital Hall on July 21. on the same day, a Carnegie Chamber Series concert features works by Persichetti, William Grant still, Thierry de mey and Beethoven at Guilford college’s Hege Library. Our Horse Jethro, Renee Arozqueta and Spider Octopus appear at the Green Bean on July 21, and Cythera plays the Blind Tiger. Both nights of the EMF and Greensboro Opera performance of the songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein at Temple Emanuel in Greensboro on July 21 and 22 are sold out.

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