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by Jordan Green

AC/DC performs at Greensboro Coliseum on Oct. 25. Tickets go on sale on Saturday. This marks the Australian hard-rock band’s first appearance in Greensboro in more than eight years. Kris Ferris plays a noontime concert at Center City Park in Greensboro on Wednesday. Also playing in the Gate City at the midweek point are Unicorn Basement, 3-Brained Robot and Casey & Brain at Maya Art Gallery. Bonnie & the Boys take up residence at the Raven in Burlington on Thursday. Sam Robinson & 5 Gallon Groove boogie down at the Blind Tiger in Greensboro on Thursday. Drive She Said plays an electric set at the Raven in Burlington on Friday. Resist, KEG, Gillotine and Resort to Killing create mayhem at the Soundvent in Thomasville on Friday. Driven flies the jazz flag at Corpening Plaza in Winston-Salem on Friday. Also in the Twin City on Friday, see Doug Davis & the Solid Citizens and Shane Hines at the Garage, Gray Young and Jew(s) and Catholic(s) at Elliott’s Revue, and the Rubberband at Wild Wing Café. Far Less plays its final show at Greene Street Club in Greensboro with help from friends with J Timber, Left on Cates, Etcetera and I Anthem on Friday. Also shaking in the Gate City on Friday is Mystkdog, the Radials and Chinese Fire Drill at the Flatiron, and Children of Karma at Ham’s Brassfield. The Randolph Independent Music Festival features an impressive lineup of Skadoosh, the Radials, Promethean Curse, And Then Came Grace, the Whisper Jets, John Paschal, Cufflinx, Bearsaw, Instant Jones, Don’t Tell Vada, James Villone and Not Taken — all for five bucks — at Sunset Theater in Asheboro on Saturday. Jim Quick & Coastline, Big Sam and 58 West keep the inland masses happy with beach music at the Eden Fairgrounds in Rockingham County on Saturday. Parmalee surfaces at the Raven on Saturday. The Bill Ely Band, Feral Souls and

Blaine Ziglar & the Phantom Vibrations converge on the Soundvent on Saturday. Caleb Caudle & the Bayonets share the honors with Raincheck for the outdoor “Summer on Trade” concert at the intersection of 6th and Trade streets in Winston- Salem on Saturday. Big Daddy Love and Tennessee Hollow play around the corner at the Garage. Hot Politics brings the pot to a boil at the Blind Tiger. Warren, Bodle & Allen and Bruce Piephoff perform at Hagan-Stone Park in southeastern Guilford County on Sunday, Aug. 16. Aslyn, Toby Lightman and David McLaughlin of House of Fools share the stage at Greene Street Club on Aug. 18.

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