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by Jordan Green

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Daughtry, Theory of a Deadman and Cavo perform at the Greensboro Coliseum on Nov. 12. Tickets are available at www.ticketmaster.com.

Kristen Leigh plays a noontime concert at Center City Park in Greensboro on Wednesday.

Which One? plays a benefit for the American Heart Association at the Garage in Winston-Salem on Thursday. Also on Thursday, the Trade Parade and the Mouseketeers appear at CFBG’s.

Craig Morgan and Blake Wise perform at the Carolina Theatre in Greensboro on Friday. Also in Greensboro on Friday, House of Fools rock the Blind Tiger; Tim Trouble, DJ Yona and DJ L in Japanese preside at Artistika; and the Leeves, Skadoosh and Corporate Fandango at CFBG’s.

Three notable events take place around the Triad, but outside of the cities on Saturday. Greensboro-based Girl Trombone Player performs at the Middleton Mercantile Antique Mall in Robbins. Country music artist Darryl Worley headlines the March of Dimes’ 27th Annual NC Chili Championship Rubber Duck Regatta at Tanglewood Park in Clemmons on Saturday. And Dreamkiller performs at Mayberry Rockfest in Mount Airy.

Joshua Shelton, Joe the Fireman and Joe Next Door turn up at the Werehouse in Winston-Salem on Saturday, while Channing & Quinn and SubQ share billing at the Garage.

Jazz and blues diva Melva Houston appears at Studio B in Greensboro on Saturday.

Bruce Piephoff, Scott Manring, Laurelyn Dossett, Sam Frazier, Martha Bassett and Doug & Taylor Rorrer fill the bill at the “Sunday at the Farm” benefit for Hirsch Wellness Network in Pleasant Garden on Sept. 20. Call 336.856.0815 for tickets.

The Nutbush Ramblers and the Carter Brothers perform at Blandwood Mansion in Greensboro on Sept. 20.

Solo/duo artists compete in the Piedmont Blues Preservation Society’s Blues Challenge at Zion Bar & Grille in Greensboro on Sept. 20.

The Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank and the Sweetback Sisters show up at the Garage on Sept. 22, and the Rolling Greens pay their respects at the Blind Tiger.

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