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Tunes For Teachers: Community For A Cause

Jan 30th, 2013 | By
Harry Barrow

ShareTweetOn Saturday, January 26, 2013, a thriving community came together for a very worthy cause. Helena Love, in conjunction with Backlot Records, hosted Tunes For Teachers, a benefit show for Guilford County Teachers Toolbox, to help cover school teachers’ costs in providing quality education in our public school system.   I may be a little
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Tommy Flake at The Flat Iron, March 10, 2012

Mar 12th, 2012 | By
Randy Seals aka Tommy Flake

ShareTweetOne of the things that seems to have gone missing from the current machine-generated crap referred to these days as “pop music” is edginess. Edginess has been a part of rock and roll since the earliest days of the genre. Elvis Presley was edgy back in the day – taking chances with things considered totally
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Brooklyn to Greensboro: An Interview with Matt Frye

Mar 2nd, 2012 | By

ShareTweetA few weeks ago, Matt Frye played at The Flatiron with Matty Sheets (accompanied by Marshall Owen and Emily Stewart) and Janus 4-14. It was a great show. A few nights later I caught Matt again at Open Mic and he agreed to do an email interview with me for Avant Greensboro. So, without further ado, here’s
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An Evening at the Flatiron: Two Very Different Accounts.

Feb 24th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetThis is a once in a blue moon collaboration of Nathan Lee and Avalon Kenny, who are coming together to tell you about a recent evening involving Summit Avenue’s favorite dive bar, wonderful local music, and too much beer. Nathan: This past Friday I went to The Flatiron with the lovely Avalon Kenny. I had never
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Open Mic: A Greensboro Ritual

Jan 13th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetThe Flatiron’s Open Mic night has become a staple in my week. Every Tuesday, I find myself sitting at the bar, listening to the people who come to showcase their talent (or lack thereof, in some rare cases). Through Open Mic, I have gotten to know the ‘regulars’ and have even become one myself. The
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The Flatiron: Diego Hillbillies, The Painted Skulls, and Emily Stewart and the Baby Teeth

Nov 25th, 2011 | By
Poster Art for a Flat Iron Concert

ShareTweetThe Flatiron is a downtown dive bar on Summit Avenue. The atmosphere is inviting and welcoming, much like the regulars. On Tuesdays, it is home to an open mic night hosted by Matty Sheets, a bartender at the Flatiron and fellow Avant Greensboro writer. On weekends, you can catch a set by a local band
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