Thursday, June 11, 2009

This week's cool shows: TRK Fest and more!


THIS WEEK'S SHOWS

Thursday, June 11
Saturday June 13:
SHOW OF THE WEEK
Great local music fest way out in Pittsboro on the Piedmont Biofuels campus. Learn about converting your diesel engine in the process. Read my interview with Brad from Megafaun.
with: Megafaun
Lost in the Trees
Ivan Rosebud
Embarrassing Fruits
Hammer No More The Fingers
Des Ark
Midtown Dickens
The Never
The Strugglers
Mount Moriah
Vibrant Green
Crazy, shamanistic Athens, Ga., collective that has to be seen to be believed.

Kinks tribute band led by Jeff Hart

Wednesday June 17:
Megafaun, Duke Gardens

NEXT WEEK'S SHOWS

Friday, June 19:
Yes, you read that right. They're doing all U2 covers for the evening.



Sourwood Mountain, Seaboard Music on the Porch

Friday and Saturday, June 19 and 20:
"A concert to end mountaintop removal and create a clean energy future." With Kathy Mattea and more.

Saturday, June 20:

Rock & Shop with Bright Young Things and Wembly, Tir na Nog
From the organizers: 1-5pm at the Tir Na Nog in Downtown Raleigh. Bright Young Things and Wembley will be playing live plus over 30 emerging & local vendors will be selling their wares: silk-screened apparel, band posters, handbags, jewelry, dog collars and more. This is the 9th biannual Rock & Shop Market and is produced by indieNC a hip online boutique & blog that features North Carolina designers & doers (www.indieNC.com & www.blog.indieNC.com). Admission is $3, first 50 attendees get a free tote.

John Dee Holman, Sertoma Amphitheatre, Bond Park, Cary
3 p.m. show, Free!
From the PineCone press release
Born in Orange County, North Carolina in 1929 and celebrating his 80th birthday this year, John Dee Holeman grew up on a small farm and began playing the blues at the age of 14. Though he never met Blind Boy Fuller, Holeman credits Fuller with teaching him to play guitar. He says he learned to play by listening to Fuller's records and by playing with musicians who had learned directly from Fuller. Holeman uses both the Piedmont and Texas guitar styles in his playing.

Tuesday, June 23:
Yarn, The Pour House

Wednesday, June 24:

Alina Simone, Duke Gardens



Friday, June 26:
All-star local metal show.



Saturday, June 27:
Raleigh Downtown Live with The Tubes, Moore Squre
Also playing:
Cracker, The Loners, Mosadi Music, Balsa Gliders, Acella Vega, Do It To Julia,

Urban Sophisticates, The Pour House

UPCOMING IN GENERAL
Thursday, July 2:
Marianne's birthday celebration


Saturday, July 4:
4th of July Blowout w/ Red Collar, Caverns, & The Demon Beat, Tir na Nog


Multiples is a new band by Matt from Braille Party.

Friday, July 10:

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