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by Ryan Snyder

The debut of Trio-Scapes with bassist Dan Briggs of BTBAM happens tonight at Glenwood Coffee and Books. They’re joined by Charlotte’s Junior Astronomers and Pittsburgh’s Run Forever. Trib, AKA Total Package, spits at Platinum Nightlife alongside Rick Rogers, Yung Prada and Abstract, while Grand Ole Uproar are loud and proud with Emily Stewart & Baby Teeth and Johnny Hammastix at the Blind Tiger. At Legitimate Business, say no more besides Pinche Gringo, Nightdogs, Drag Sounds and Dieters.

Legit Biz comes back strong on Thursday with Braveyoung, the Body and Assembly of Light, while CFBG brings In Elevators, the Old One-Two, the Dives and Raleigh’s Mumu Tutu. Greene Street has pop rck by Divided by Friday with Weatherstar, and the Blind Tiger has jams by the Dirty Guv’nahs with Sol Flo. In Winston, Brother Joscephus & the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra play the first of two nights in the Triad at Downtown Live.

Friday brings Act 2 by BroJo, this time at the Blind Tiger with Imperial Blend. Brooklyn’s Nightdogs hang around to play Krankies with Estrangers, Bolmongani and Brian Daub. Also in Winston, Saundra and Victor Krenshaw play Downtown Jazz, and Doug and Telisha Williams play the Garage with Jonathan Byrd and Lydia Loveless. Pinche Gringo is at the Flatiron with the Situationist, and Red Radio plays CFBG with folksters Poor Ol’ Jim. At the Green Bean, post-punk meets chilled-out Americana with Small Sur, Kaleidoscope Death and Adam Thorn. In Rockingham, the Farm Party pt. III kicks off in Reidsville beside Lincoln Elementary with the Brand New Life, Big Something, Sam Robinson and the usual suspects.

On Saturday, Katharine Whalen & Her Fascinators play a late afternoon set at the Saxapahaw Rivermill, and country crooner Jody Lee Petty plays the Clubhouse. Asheville’s Uncle Mountain returns to Elliott’s Revue. The Osedax drones at Legitimate Business and Vagabond Society plays a tribute to Woodstock at Summer on Trade in Winston.

Sunday brings baroque rockers Pearl and the Beard to the Blind Tiger, and the Lollapalooza-bound kids’ act Big Bang Boom plays the Four Seasons Mall. On Monday, a trio of songwriters in Hannah Miller, Mary Bragg and Angel Snow set up at the Garage.

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