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511 E. 36th St., Charlotte, NC



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The producer / song-writer Chase Duddy and vocalist Paige Duddy make up the Southern California alternative duo XYLØ. Mixing melodic, dark, lustful vocals with an atmospheric blend of indie rock, electronica, and dirty hip-hop beats they have drawn early comparisons to the likes of Lorde and Lana Del Rey.


• Thu 7/18/19 at - 8:00 PM

Roger Clyne


With his group The Peacemakers, Roger Clyne has been serving up nothing but "uncompromised, unadulterated, pure rock-n-roll" for more than a decade.


• Fri 7/19/19 at - 8:00 PM

Próxima Parada w/Little Bird

R&B/Soul, Americana/Roots, Blues

Próxima Parada (soulful original music) will be joined by their friends Little BIrd (surf rock, jazz, americana) at the Neighborhood Theatre on July 20. Make introspection and human connection sexy again


• Sat 7/20/19 at 9:00 PM - 11:55 PM

Proxima Parada



• Sat 7/20/19 at - 9:00 PM

American Aquarium


American Aquarium is an alt-country rock band from North Carolina. Formed in 2006, the band's current lineup features BJ Barham, Shane Boeker, Adam Kurtz, Ben Hussey and Joey Bybee.


• Fri 7/26/19 at - 8:00 PM

The Growlers


The Growlers are a California-bred band whose initial musical style was rooted in 1960s rock'n'roll and skiffle, but the group, over the course of the years has grown to work with different musical genres, ranging from hip hop to psychedelic rock, to come up with their "Beach Goth" sound.


• Fri 8/2/19 at - 8:00 PM

Delhi 2 Dublin

Electronic,Irish/Celtic,Urban/Hip Hop,Reggae,World

An EDM-folk mashup over an Indian foundation? Believe it. This five-piece multinational bhangra band from Vancouver fuses electro-pop with folk music from opposite ends of the world to create their vibrant sound. Taking their name from an event at CelticFest in Vancouver, Delhi 2 Dublin expertly blends bhangra beats with music samples from dance to dub reggae to pop and folk, with the happy addition a guitar and, of course, a fiddle.


• Sun 8/4/19 at - 8:00 PM

Get the Led Out

Rock,Cover/Tribute Band/Performer

Get The Led Out, also known as "GTLO" and "The American Led Zeppelin," is a group of professional rock musicians dedicated to re-creating the recorded music of Led Zeppelin as authentically as possible.


• Wed 8/7/19 at - 8:00 PM

Max Frost


Austin native Max Frost plays contemporary soul with a vintage edge.


• Thu 8/8/19 at - 8:00 PM

Lyfe Jennings

R&B/Soul,Alternative,Rap/Hip Hop

During a long prison sentence for arson, the future singer-songwriter got hold of Erykah Badu’s neo-soul classic 'Baduizm,' and it inspired him. Two days out of prison he was recording a demo. The next day he played at a club. About a month after his release, he was appearing on Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater, which he won five times in a row. Lyfe’s soulful music is a mixture of deep introspection and open-eyed realism.


• Fri 8/9/19 at - 8:00 PM

Dead Letter Office

Rock,Alternative,Cover/Tribute Band/Performer

Formed in 2014, Dead Letter Office faithfully recreates the sounds and sights of an REM show. Unlike other REM tribute bands, Dead Letter Office has five members. This allows them to tackle the complete REM catalog, so fans can hear all of their favorite hits and deep cuts. Based in western New York, Dead Letter Office have played shows, festivals & private parties throughout the Northeast U.S. and Canada!


• Sat 8/10/19 at - 8:00 PM

Kota the Friend

Rap/Hip Hop

Back in high school, the hip hop musician from Brooklyn taught himself to play guitar, keyboard and bass guitar, which led to him venturing into the world of producing beats. Kota is also a professional cinematographer, shooting for Asher Roth, BLU and many underground artists.


• Tue 8/13/19 at - 8:00 PM

Chely Wright


Chely Wright's country hits include 'Shut Up and Drive,' 'Single White Female' and 'Jezebel.'


• Fri 8/16/19 at - 8:00 PM

Marcia Ball


Austin's Marcia Ball is at home playing roadhouse rock, jump-blues, R&B, ballads and deep soul. Her singing/songwriting are matched by piano playing that is both effective and eclectic. Her most recent album, "The Tattooed Lady & The Alligator Man," was released in 2014.


• Fri 8/23/19 at - 8:00 PM

Delbert McClinton


Delbert McClinton is a classic blues harmonica player whose songs have been covered by the likes of Bonnie Raitt and Roy Buchanan. He's a legend among Texas roots music aficionados, not only for his amazing longevity, but for his ability to combine a variety of genres in the best, time-honored Texas tradition.


• Fri 8/30/19 at - 8:00 PM

The Alarm


The Alarm, formed in 1977, stormed out of Wales in the early '80s, full of bluster and brashness and bombast (they matched U2's energy as an opening act on the "War" tour) and a self-titled I.R.S EP in 1983 with the anthem "The Stand." They followed that with the smash anthem, "Sixty-Eight Guns." The original lineup broke up in 1989 and re-formed in 2004 ... just in time for singer Mike Peters to be diagnosed with leukemia the following year. He's overcome that after much chemotherapy and treatment, and still fronts the band.


• Tue 9/3/19 at - 8:00 PM

Drive-By Truckers


One of the most acclaimed bands of the last two decades, Drive-By Truckers have given a whole meaning to the term "Southern rock." Formed in Alabama by Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley in 1996, the band, which now calls Athens, Georgia, home, explores the depths of Southern life and mythology, using elements of rock, alt-country and Muscle Shoals R&B to get their stories across.


• Sat 9/21/19 at - 8:00 PM



CAAMP is an Ohio-based duo.


• Tue 9/24/19 at - 8:00 PM

Drew Holcomb


Raised in Memphis and based in Nashville, singer-guitarist Drew Holcomb is a songwriter/performer able to balance feel and craft in a way that can only come from someone informed at once by the likes of Al Green and Steve Earle. But the main catalyst behind Holcomb’s musical voice has been the road. In the past five years, he has logged more than 700 concert dates across the country, from solo coffeehouse gigs to clubs, festivals and colleges with his band, the Neighbors. He has also opened for Ryan Adams, Los Lobos, Susan Tedeschi, Marc Broussard, Sister Hazel, and the North Mississippi Allstars, to name but a few. He has sold almost 15,000 CDs without any major label or music industry support.


• Thu 9/26/19 at - 8:00 PM



The band has been called “the Napoleon Dynamite of indie rock,” and “a drunker, circus-reared version of The Band” by various media outlets.


• Sun 9/29/19 at - 8:00 PM

John Medeski's Mad Skillet


Mad Skillet was born of a late night show in New Orleans, LA during Jazz Fest 2015. It came out kicking and screaming, laughing and wailing, laying down a deep New Orleans groove steeped in jazz, blues, psychedelic rock, and R&B. Band members are lead keyboardist John Medeski (Medeski Martin & Wood, The Word), Grammy nominated guitarist/bandleader Will Bernard (Medicine Hat, Party Hats), New Orleans native sousaphone player Kirk Joseph (Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Backyard Groove), and drummer Terence Higgins (Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Ani DiFranco) also a New Orleans native.


• Thu 10/3/19 at - 8:00 PM

Perpetual Groove


This very unique band combines many different music styles into its show such as rock, reggae, acoustic and bluegrass.


• Fri 10/4/19 at - 9:00 PM

Jimmy Herring


Jimmy Herring is a guitarist from Fayetteville, North Carolina. He played with the Aquarium Rescue Unit, Project Z, the Allman Brothers Band, Phil Lesh and Friends and Jazz Is Dead, The Dead and Codetalkers (among others). Jimmy is regarded as one of the greatest touring guitar players and has appeared with many musical legends, including Phish, [artist]Derek Trucks, Steve Kimock, Vassar Clements, Gov’t Mule and many others.


• Sat 10/5/19 at - 8:00 PM

Ian Noe



• Tue 10/8/19 at - 8:00 PM

Reckless Kelly


The Grammy-winning group Reckless Kelly, born in the dreams of Cody and Willy Braun and their Western heritage, was nurtured in the bumpy road of maturity to became the very essence of Americana music. "We came along in that second wave of the movement,” Cody Braun says. “Son Volt’s album 'Trace' had a major effect on us. People like Joe Ely, Ray Kennedy and Robert Earl Keen were always big supporters. Our goal was to make music that had a country vibe but a solid rock edge.”.


• Sat 10/12/19 at - 8:00 PM

Noah Gundersen


Noah Gundersen is a Seattle-based singer/songwriter and guitarist who released his debut album, "Brand New World," in 2009. His songs have been heard on shows like "Sons of Anarchy," "Vampire Diaries" and "The Following."


• Wed 10/23/19 at - 8:00 PM

Russian Circles

Experimental (Incl. All Music Forms),Pop,Jazz

At the end of 2014, Chicago trio Russian Circles celebrated the10th anniversary of their first show. A decade is a long time for any band to persevere, let alone a band that mines the relatively unmarketable niche of protracted instrumental dirges. But whereas many bands on the louder end of the rock-based instrumental world are content to work within the confines of the crescendos and washed-out timbres laid out by their predecessors, Russian Circles persistently expand their creative boundaries by working with a wider swath of sounds and structures. In many ways, their previous album, "Memorial," was a fitting cap to that first decade; it was an elegy to the past, a token of remembrance to the aural explorations of the band's formative years. It encompassed the many facets of the band's catalog: harrowing gloom, cinematic majesty, primitive bludgeonings, bittersweet dexterity, and morose minimalism. They still persevere; they released their latest album, "Guidance," in the summer of 2016.


• Sat 11/2/19 at - 8:00 PM

The Infamous Stringdusters

Bluegrass,Live Music in Bar/Club

Emerging from a lively community of friends and colleagues from the Nashville area and now taking root in Charlottesville, VA, The Infamous Stringdusters are five musicians (Travis Book on bass, Andy Falco on guitar, Jeremy Garrett on fiddle, Andy Hall on dobro and Chris Pandolfi on banjo) poised at a point where youthful energy is balanced with maturity, inspiration with discipline and creativity with experience. Their latest release is 'Silver Sky' and it's a prime example of what they call "The High Country," a style of music schooled in bluegrass tradition yet able to stretch out in jam band-style improvisation, endowed with razor-sharp vocals, fiery instrumental abilities and a rapidly growing repertoire of well-crafted original songs and tunes.


• Fri 11/8/19 at - 8:00 PM

Gaelic Storm


This celebrated five-member band delights audiences with thundering rhythms, mesmerizing melodies, and the wild wit of Ireland. Since their bust-out, big-screen debut in 'Titanic,' they have continued to broaden the musical horizons of Celtic music. Their contagious energy, carefree attitude and infectiously fun live performances have made them a must-see the world over.


• Fri 11/15/19 at - 8:00 PM

Dinosaur Jr.


Formed in 1984, Dinosaur Jr. is an alternative rock band from Amherst, Massachusetts. After a lengthy hiatus during the late ‘90s and early 2000’s, the guitarist J Mascis reformed the band in 2005. Their distinct sound is characterized by high gain and extensive use of feedback and distortion. Their newest album is "Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not," released in 2016.


• Sat 11/16/19 at - 8:00 PM



Lettuce is a seven-piece band whose members met at a Berklee College of Music program in Boston and are now based in Brooklyn.They play old-school funk and have been jamming around the nation for more than 20 years. The band released its fourth album, "Crush," in 2015.


• Sun 11/17/19 at - 8:00 PM

On the Border: The Ultimate Eagles Tribute

Cover/Tribute Band/Performer,Rock

What sets the On The Border apart from the other Eagles tributes, is that each member plays their respective character of the Eagles performing and singing their parts.


• Fri 11/29/19 at - 8:00 PM

Mary Gauthier

Country, Folk

Alt-country singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier exploded onto the scene in 1999 following her self-released sophomore effort, "Drag Queens in Limousines." The album, which garnered her a Crossroads Silver Star and a four-star rating in Rolling Stone, had critics comparing her self-described "country noir" to the likes of Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle, John Prine, and, not surprisingly, Lucinda Williams. Gauthier's warmly candid treatment of her fringe-dwelling subjects rings true and never verges on sentimental.


• Fri 12/6/19 at - 8:00 PM