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Days Ahead: an Interview with J-Memory

Jun 15th, 2013 | By
J-Memory

ShareTweet J-Memory has been playing music since he found a guitar in his parents’ closet as kid.  He started playing in indie bands around Greensboro when he was 15 before moving to Raleigh in 2007. “I didn’t know a lot of people in Raleigh,” said J-Memory, “but I was lucky enough to meet a couple of
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The Return of Come Hell or High Water

Apr 13th, 2012 | By
Come Hell or High Water

ShareTweetCome Hell or High Water have been on hiatus for almost a year, and are now finally reemerging. This is something I’m very excited about, and I was even more excited when Keith and I pulled up to interview the band. The five-piece is comprised of Suzanne Stafford (vocals and guitar), Matty Sheets (slide guitar),
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Riding Through Hell on The Village Tricycle

Apr 6th, 2012 | By
The Village Tricycle

ShareTweetFor this week’s interview, Keith and I got to talk with one of Greensboro’s newer bands – and definitely one of the most original. The Village Tricycle consists of Rebecca Henderson on vocals, Mike O’Malley on drums and vocals, and Jeremy Harris on keyboards and vocals. Together, they make up some sort of musical-esque punk
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Molly McGinn in Wonderland with Wurlitzer Prize

Mar 30th, 2012 | By
Molly McGinn

ShareTweetKeith and I met this week’s interviewee in a different location – Ed McKay’s. Molly McGinn is a woman of many talents, dabbling with bands such as Amelia’s Mechanics and Thacker Dairy Road. She’s recently started a new project, Wurlitzer Prize, and you can read a review of their show Saturday here. We talked with
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Stephen Kent Talks DIY Venues, The Radio Reds’ New EP

Mar 23rd, 2012 | By
Stephen Kent

ShareTweetOnce again, Keith and I talked with a Greensboro bred musician, Stephen Kent of the Radio Reds, for Avant Greensboro. We met up at The Green Bean (where we learned that an awesome show would be happening – Paint Fumes, The Piedmontsmen, and The Flying Eyes) and talked about Stephen’s band and their recent EP,
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Casual Curious Expands with “Lungs”

Mar 16th, 2012 | By
Lee Gunselman

ShareTweetA few days ago, Keith and I hung out with Lee Gunselman from Casual Curious at Bit Heart Studios. We chatted about the tour his band recently got off, their new EP, and more. Along with the interview, we also had a chance to see a stripped down performance of one of Casual Curious’ songs,
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Disarming the Armory: an Interview with Jack Carter & The Armory

Mar 9th, 2012 | By
Jack Carter & The Armory

ShareTweetJack Carter and the Armory have been playing shows for barely 4 months – but they’re already kicking ass. Of the four shows they’ve played at Greensboro, I’ve been at every one, fully supporting this Greensboro supergroup. The band consists of Jack Carter on vocals and guitar, Harrison Barrow on keys, Randy Seals on bass,
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Pants On or Off? A Candid Interview with The Old One Two

Mar 2nd, 2012 | By
The Old One Two

ShareTweetLast week, Keith and I talked with Serious Bangs for Avant Greensboro’s new interview feature. This week, we bring to you an exclusive interview with The Old One-Two. Keith and I met up with Hawke Kelley (vocals) and Nathan (guitar) and Chadd Myers (drums) at the Green Bean on Wednesday.  They’re definitely a lighthearted bunch
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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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Getting serious with Serious Bangs

Feb 24th, 2012 | By
Serious Bangs

ShareTweetRecently, my friend and fellow AG contributor Keith Warther and I had the pleasure of talking with Serious Bangs, a Greensboro based trio with an awesome sound. Serious Bangs is Katrina Siladi on vocals, Mike Wallace on guitar, and Shaina Malchus on drums. I first saw them open up Greensborofest last fall, and they kicked total
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