Bring your favorite instrument, or borrow one of ours, for acoustic style music on the patio. Musicians of all skill levels are welcome to come out and jam with other Queen City musicians. Freehttp://www.blueblazebrewing.com/events/
"One of the foremost tango ensembles in the country" returns to Charlotte after a thrilling performance early this year. Featuring unique arrangements of tango classics, talented improvisations, and breathtaking original works, this Austin, TX quintet is not to be missed.
Non-tradtional folk rock outfit The Avett Brothers was formed by Seth Avett and Scott Avett in 2000. Since then they released nine studio albums. They work in different musical genres including country, bluegrass, punk, pop, and others. Band's latest album True Sadness was released this June.
AWESOM-EOC IS BRINGING THE BLACK OUT WITH RL FROM THE GROUP NEXT!!!!ITS LADIES NIGHT AT THE BLU NOTES !!!PERFORMING HITS LIKE WIFEY!! TOO CLOSE !!! AND MORE !!WE CALLING ALL MY SEXY PEOPLE OUT THANKSGIVING WEEKEND ALL BLACK AFFAIR!!! ALL ROADS LEADS TO THE BLUE NOTES!! Early Bird Tickets 20.00https://www.eventbrite.com/e/awesom-eoc-blackout-edition-wrl-and-hosted-by-fly-ty-tickets-28005109035
Columbus, Ohio, rockers Beartooth bring an aggressive attitude that’s just at home at Warped Tour as it will be in the smaller confines of The Underground. The band’s new album, aptly titled Aggressive, topped the charts earlier this summer. It’s amazing how far they’ve come in just a few short years thanks to music that balances the melodic with the heavy. Get there early for an equally punishing set from Every Time I Die. $21
The Ensemble-in-Residence at Queens performs its second campus concert this semester. Cellist Tanja Bechtler is founder and director of the Bechtler Ensemble, which offers performances that connect the historical and creative contents of music pieces to selected works of modern art from the Bechtler Museum. She has been an orchestral player with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and has performed professionally at Lincoln Center and the Spoleto Festival. Freehttp://www.queens.edu