Friday, March 28, 2014

Concert announcements for the week of March 28

Posted By on Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 3:33 PM

Here's the latest concert announcements and news in case you missed it:

* Motorhead has dropped off of the Carolina Rebellion lineup due to singer Lemmy Kilmister's ongoing health issues related to diabetes. Organizers are looking for a replacement.

* The festival formerly known as Food Lion Speed Street has been rebranded as Coca-Cola Speed Street presented by Chevrolet. This year's headliners are .38 Special, Who's Bad and Thompson Square.

* Futurebirds, Caroline Spence, DJ A-HUF, That Guy Smitty, Joel Khouri and School of Rock were added to the lineup for DrumStrong. Taking place in Weddington, N.C., on May 16-18, the lineup already includes Railroad Earth, The Felice Brothers, Kopecky Family Band, Chatham County Line, Lost in the Trees, The Love Language, Joe Pug, The New Familiars, HRVRD, Overmountain Men and plenty of others.

* A handful of new shows were announced for Amos' Southend - Against Me! (5/1/14), Earl Sweatshirt (5/8/14) and Die Antwoord (6/12/14).

* Swans will be at the Neighborhood Theatre on July 1.

* Nashville Pussy and Supersuckers will be at Tremont Music Hall on May 21.

Keep up with the latest area concert announcements and news via Twitter.

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