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Tom Petty, Mya and more work Charlotte's night shift

Heartbreak kid

click to enlarge JEFF HAHNE

Tom Petty rocks the crowd at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre on July 11.

Mya, oh my

click to enlarge JEAUMANE MCINTOSH

R&B vocalist Mya was in the house at Stir during last Friday's Candy Land party (held in honor of Power 98 radio personality Consuella).

Lake effect show

click to enlarge TRICIA GILLIS

July 12, the popular local band SuperGlide worked up a sweat as they performed at Double Door at the Lake.

And one, and two ...

click to enlarge JASIATIC

Staff Sgt. Pitts (left) puts Hannah Clark to work at the BoostMobile Nightshift car show, which went down July 12 at Cabarrus Arena.

Suicide girls

click to enlarge CHEY SCOTT

Amy Spease (left), Jen Martin and Galas pose for the camera while attending the Nocturnal Frequencies Alternative Arts and Music Festival at Amos' Southend, July 12.

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