Great Tuesday Night Band!!! A Must See.. Chill, Local Vibe with Great Food.
If your looking for a place to dance this is the place! Very classy!
Best selection of beers in town at NoDa Brewing Co.
THE Listening Room in the Southeast. If you are looking for an intimate setting, where the sound actually matters, The Evening Muse is that venue. Period.
Genre's are singer/songwriter, folk, country, blues, latin, alt, rock, its just the best place to hear exciting new artists and established ones as well. A MUST go-to for any live music fan. Never a bad show. And by the way, Joseph Michael Mahfoud has soul...I've seen SRV many times, and he would also agree with that assessment.
Great music, singer/songwriters, and coffeehouse! Check them out on this channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeqczmtKoS… or this page: https://www.facebook.com/TinyStageConcerts…
Great venue and always excellent music. Beer, coffee and shaved ice - you can't go wrong!!
This attic sale IS NOT in Matthews. It is At Providence United Methodist Church on the corner of Providence Road and Sharon Amnity.
kid was awesome
Lord Lord Lord.. WHAT IN HEAVENS NAME WAS IN THAT WRITERS HEAD, TRULY ONLY GOD COULD HAVE GIVEN HIM SOMETHING OF THIS MAGNITUDE. I cried I laughed I did not want to go to the lobby during intermission for fear of missing something. This was the GREATEST and most Dynamic play I have ever seen. I was able to identify behaviors with many at my church, Lord Lord I'm still laughing. I even saw family members and friends characters and it help me to better understand the dynamics of those individuals. I promise I had to tell everybody about this show and I have seen it each and ever time they have performed in Charlotte NC. looking forward to seeing more from them and I WANT THE DVD. Hurry and get that out...
This is an incredible bookclub!
Time is wrong here: Check in 7:45... Ends 9:30
LARA AMERICO AND HECTORINA HEADLINE THE ALL SOUNDS FAIR BENEFIT IN CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA IN RESPONSE TO HB2.
All Sounds Fair’s next music benefit takes place at Hattie’s Tap & Tavern in Charlotte, North Carolina on May 16th. Lara Americo and Hectorina headline this special event to benefit the non-profit, Transcend Charlotte. In March, North Carolina’s governor signed HB2, a controversial bill blocking cities from allowing transgender individuals to use public bathrooms for the sex they identify as–as well as restricting cities from passing nondiscrimination laws more broadly. This measure by the State has been discriminatory and potentially dangerous. The night’s proceeds will help Transcend Charlotte continue to deliver important safety programs & services to Charlotte’s trans-community.
Lara Americo hosts the popular web series, Untitled with Lara Americo, which has appeared in Creative Loafing Charlotte and features independent artists. When Americo’s not interviewing musicians, she’s performing with her trio at music events and festivals. Her music skills (and instruction) has been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition (WFAE). Americo also uses her voice as a megaphone for trans-issues. She’s been campaigning to repeal HB2, and has been the voice of the American Civil Liberties Union and the subject of a Washington Post docu-video. The indie-rock trio Hectorina was dubbed “One of Charlotte’s best bands” by Creative Loafing this past March. “A concoction of punk, rock, and soul, brought to you by three of Charlotte’s finest bandmates, these guys know how to deliver, not only audibly, but visually…” – IndieGrits.com. Hectorina is a band that has “…the sort of chemistry that can’t be manufactured.” – The Charlotte Observer. In other words, this is a night not to be missed: great indie music coming together for a great cause.
All Sounds Fair is a ‘music catalyst for LGBT causes’ and its mission is to band together for human rights and advance equality through the power of music and entertainment. For more information, please visit allsoundsfair.org
WHAT: All Sounds Fair Benefit ft. Lara Americo and Hectorina
WHERE : Hattie’s Tap & Tavern.
WHEN: Monday, May 16th, 2016
Time: 7:00PM (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Tickets available at the door. Price: $10
I've heard Stolen Hearts are good, but I saw Eleanor Tallie last time she was in town and I wasn't really impressed. She seemed like she thought she was more impressive than she was, and the music was kind of generic. Not saying you shouldn't go, but maybe think twice before buying a ticket.
can't wait to go Saturday! 🌻🌈🌻🌈
Very unimpressed with this show. Was told by someone to go and left early. Pretty unauthentic funk..
One of the best speaker I know so far in my life.She clears all the doubt which we have regarding the Spirituality and Bhakti yoga.Pleas use this opportunity to attend this program and make progress on the path of devotion.
Will have updated information soon
This show has been postponed due to unforeseen international travel issues
I've seen The Moody Blues live in concert twice before and was a bit disappointed at this concert. The group does not sound the same without Graham Lodge's base vocal. His flute playing was performed by a new female member of the group -- and though certainly being up to par -- she simply could not replace Lodge vocally. The group seemed to be walking through the concert and not really having their hearts in it.
Excited to attend today!
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