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Feel Good Blues for the Family- Abe Reid and the Spikedrivers

First Saturday of every month, 8:30-11 p.m. Continues through Sept. 3
phone 704-992-1781
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Abe Reid is a legend of the local music and blues scene. He won the International Blues Competition in the late 90's and has matured into a showman of impressive grit and passion. Abe mixes oldtime "gut-bucket" blues with lively rock-boogie originals. Hearing Abe belting out the songs as he plays guitar and harmonica like a thrilling runaway Freightliner is an experience you must not miss! The Vinyl Pi is family friendly, has craft beers and a full menu, including delicious gluten free pizza! Well worth the short trip from Charlotte! www.thevinylpi.com www.reverbnation.com/abereidthespikedrivers No charge

http://www.thevinylpi.com
Vinyl Pi (map)
15906 Old Statesville Road
Huntersville Feel Good Blues for the Family- Abe Reid and the Spikedrivers
Romare Bearden Park (map)
300 S. Church Street
Uptown
phone 704-432-4280
leronelangston@mecklenburgcountync.gov

Don Alder in concert

Sun., Sept. 11, 7-9:30 p.m.
phone 704-663-5659
info@welcomestpat.org
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Don Alder plays acoustic fingerstyle guitar with a passion that has quickly earned him a reputation as Vancouver’s “best kept little secret”. His unique style of playing incorporates fingerpicking with simultaneous percussion on the soundboard to create a wall of sound. He is often referred to as sounding like a four piece band. Lyrical and compelling, his original songs are notes of exploration – some passionate and haunting, some hard-driven, others light and teasing. In quiet pieces or pushing right to the edge, Don’s phenomenal fingerstyle playing and rich voice captivate. At the door: $15 adults, $10 students and seniors (cash or personal check only). Event includes wine and cheese reception.

http://www.welcomestpat.org/solas-leighis-concerts/
Saint Patrick's Episcopal Church (map)
201 Fairview Road
Mooresville
phone 704-663-5659
Don Alder in concert
Rooftop 210 (map)
210 E. Trade Suite (230 - B)
Uptown
U.S. National Whitewater Center (map)
5000 Whitewater Center Parkway
General Charlotte Area
phone 704-391-3900

Groove 8 w/ Ransom Pier

Sat., Sept. 24, 7-11 p.m.
phone 704-358-9200
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Groove 8 began in Charlotte NC in 2005 with a collection of the city's best independent jazz musicians collaborating to form the project. the band began performing locally and expanded regionally. Their music is a great blend of soul and funk that will have you dancing all night. Ransom Pier is a roots rock quintet from Queens, NY whose bassist is a Charlotte native. Their music has been compared to an edgier Lake Street Dive. $10 advance, $12 day of show

https://www.facebook.com/events/269956386714353/
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Visulite Theatre (map)
1615 Elizabeth Ave.
Elizabeth
phone 704-358-9200
Groove 8 w/ Ransom Pier

Mike Dowling in concert

Sun., Sept. 25, 7-9:30 p.m.
phone 704-663-5659
info@welcomestpat.org
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In 1995 after years in various ensembles and a successful stint as a Nashville songwriter, Mike packed up his guitars and his fishing gear and moved from Nashville, Tennessee to a little mountain town in northwest Wyoming. From bottleneck blues to vintage jazz, Mike draws inspiration from deep in the musical bag of American roots guitar. His understated mastery of all things six-stringed, coupled with an engaging voice, a self-deprecating wit and an arsenal of elegant guitar interpretations has firmly secured his place among the musical masters of his generation. At the door: $15 adults, $10 students and seniors (cash or personal check only). Event includes wine & cheese reception.

http://www.welcomestpat.org/solas-leighis-concerts/
Saint Patrick's Episcopal Church (map)
201 Fairview Road
Mooresville
phone 704-663-5659
Mike Dowling in concert

The Nile Project

Fri., March 31, 8 p.m.
phone 704-233-8300
l.kratt@wingate.edu
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One of the tightest cross-cultural collaborations in history, the Nile Project concert brings together musicians from the 11 Nile basin countries, representing over 400 million people, to make music that combines the rich diversity of its ancient cultures and peoples. Using music to spark cultural curiosity, the Nile Project engages musicians and audiences, challenging them to connect to the world’s longest river and explore new approaches to its social, cultural, and environmental problems. $25 Adult, $15 Student

http://battecenter.org/event-details/?_eid=100
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