extended play

by Jordan Green

Stone Temple Pilots and Jet appear at the Greensboro Coliseum on Oct. 7. Tickets are available through Band Aid for Burn Victims, hosted by the Winston-Salem Jaycees to benefit the NC Jaycee Burn Center in Chapel Hill, features music by Jamie Carroll, Mediocre Bad Guys and the Beaumont Brothers at the Garage on Thursday. Goodnight Man, the Fire Tonight and Nova Stella appear at the Garage on Friday. Shen Yun Performing Arts dance and music company appears at Greensboro’s War Memorial Auditorium on Friday. Laurelyn Dosset, Mr. Rozzi and Eating the Invaders provide music for the Dotmatrix Project’s Photo Exhibit opening at the Green Bean in Greensboro on Friday. Promoter Sean Coon says there’s a possibility of collaboration within this unlikely lineup. Other Greensboro shows on Friday include Family Eversole at the Blind Tiger, the Last Hour at the Clubhouse, S. Burns, Sundrone and Mercators at Maya Art Gallery, and Furnace, Late Night War and Collector at CFBG’s. Gaurang Doshi performs Indian classical music with the Chamber Orchestra at Wake Forest University’s Brendle Recital Hall on Saturday. The Bo Stevens work at the intersection of 6th and Trade streets Saturday. The Tremors are booked for the NC Tattoo Convention in Greensboro, which runs from Saturday through Monday, Sept. 7. Pan and Cakes of Light appear at the Werehouse in Winston-Salem on Sunday, Sept. 6. Sn’zz-Fest will celebrate the music of Sn’zz, a Winston-Salem musician who has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, with a reunion of International Orange and Big Kids, and with appearances by members of Tres Chicas, Jeff Hart & the Ruins, the Squirrel Nut Zippers, Simeon, the Jackets, the Robert Sledge Band, the Old Ceremony and the Desmonds at Local 506 in Chapel Hill on Sept. 7.