Displaying items by tag: music

RALEIGH — Winter is coming, and small businesses are running out of time.

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HAMLET — The parking lot at the Cole Auditorium will be rocking and rolling on Friday night with local rock band The Ponder Project, which will hit the stage at 6 p.m. The second show of the “Car”certs at the Cole series, this eclectic group delivers a variety of songs that span from the 1970s until more recent hits. 

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HAMLET — Live entertainment is coming back to Richmond Community College’s Cole Auditorium.

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Wednesday, 09 September 2020 12:15

Without live shows, artists seeking ways to reach fans

RALEIGH — Will Easter is a promising North Carolina musician. A career just starting to take off. I reached him on his cell phone, and he wanted to talk. 

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RALEIGH — The Pour House Music Hall and Record Shop is eerily quiet. 

Dusty. Empty. 

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ELLERBE ― The “World’s Largest Strawberry” is becoming known for something other than produce and ice cream ― live music.

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ROCKINGHAM ― A five-month streak with no live music performances in Richmond County will come to an end this week.

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Monday, 17 August 2020 13:23

Rockingham cancels remaining Plaza Jam shows

ROCKINGHAM — Any hopes of salvaging the Plaza Jam summer concert series for 2020 have been shot down.

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ROCKINGHAM — The legendary Embers will not be taking the stage at Cole Plaza this year.

City Events Coordinator Kim Williams announced Tuesday afternoon that the July concert for the Plaza Jam series has been canceled.

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HAMLET — A downtown, full-wall mural of jazz legend John Coltrane is now complete.

The mural is the first in a planned series by artist Scott Nurkin of musicians born in the Tar Heel State.

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