Ain’t no time to hate, barely time to wait: Band of Heathens and Will Scott appear at the Garage in Winston- Salem on Wednesday.
Look for Andrew Weathers, CJ Boyd and Workday/Schoolnight at the Maya Art Gallery on Wednesday.
The Piedmont Old Time Society’s first Thursday jam is hosted this week by Wayne Seymour at the Green Burro in Greensboro.
The Little River Band works the High Point Theatre on Friday.
The Deluge falls on 6th and Vine in Winston-Salem on Friday. Also in Camel City on Friday, catch Paul Burch, Memphis Jimmy Davis and the Doc Marshalls at the Garage, and Kavish and the Discount Heroes at Elliott’s Revue.
The Last Hour runs out the clock at the Clubhouse in Greensboro on Friday. The Russ Barenberg Trio appears at Mack and Mack. And an exhibit of Alex Forsyth’s music photography opens at the Artery.
Kristen Leigh appears at the George Harrison Festival at the Hare Krishna Temple in Sandy Ridge on Saturday.
The Tim Betts Band plays the blue hour at the Fat Frogg in Elon on Saturday. Walt Atkins, Holy Hell & the Hangovers, Kings & Queens, Instant Jones and Anonymous converge on the Raven in Burlington.
Phairas Fox Miller works out of Bistro 150 in Oak Ridge.
The Winston-Salem State University Choir performs gospel music, Negro spirituals and South African arrangements at St. Phillips Church in the Old Salem section of Winston-Salem on Saturday.
The New Familiars and the Pierce Edens Band let the good times roll at the Garage on Saturday.
The Movement and Matt Irie bring reggae to Greene Street Club in Greensboro on Saturday. Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band drops the funk at the Blind Tiger. And the Alcazar Hotel and the Old One Two combine forces at the Flatiron.