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2008: The year in music 

It was quite a year in the concert world. Ministry's final tour stopped by Tremont Music Hall; FemmeFest drew local acts to Visulite Theatre, SKNet Cafe and Double Door Inn; Bruce Springsteen rocked Time Warner Cable Arena; Radiohead helped kick off a Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre season that included mini-festivals like Projekt Revolution, the Vans Warped Tour and CrueFest; the Crowntown Showdown showcased local and regional acts; MuteMath hit Cricket Arena with Alanis Morissette and Matchbox 20; Sevendust rocked Amos' Southend ... the list goes on, capping off with two nights of The Avett Brothers, who signed with American Records this year, at Belk Theatre.

I couldn't possibly attend every show at every venue, but made my way all over town and, once again, out to the farmlands of Manchester, Tenn., for Bonnaroo. Collected here are a just some of my favorite shots from the last 12 months.

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  • On Saturday, Oct. 21, hundreds gathered at Camp North End on Statesville Avenue for Charlotte's first black alternative music festival. We captured some of the bands in action on stage, but mostly we surveyed the grounds as fans, families, vendors and more lounged around the sprawling, colorful Camp North End site. It was a great day of music, food, fun, and sweet, autumn sunshine. (Photos by Mark Kemp)
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