Posts Tagged ‘ Matty Sheets and the Blockheads ’

Lazy Cat Arts Benefit Show March 29th at the Flatiron

Mar 27th, 2012 | By
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ShareTweet The Greensboro community has come together countless times in the past to help those of us in need.  Musicians, artists, organizers, and supporters have come out to help so many times, it would be crazy to try and list them all.  One that sticks in my mind was five or six years ago when
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St. Patrick’s on South Elm: Raving Knaves | Matty Sheets & The Blockheads

Mar 26th, 2012 | By
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ShareTweet Raving Knaves Matty Sheets & The Blockheads photos by Katei  



The Flatiron: Mat Masterson’s Farewell Show

Feb 10th, 2012 | By
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ShareTweetI think I got into Friend House the summer of 2010. A friend (who has also left Greensboro for a bigger, ‘better’ city) had told me to check them out and try to get a show with them. That show never happened, but Friend House quickly became one of my favorite Greensboro bands. At the
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Green Bean: Jack Carter & The Armory, James Marshall Owen, and Matty Sheets & The Blockheads

Dec 31st, 2011 | By
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ShareTweetDowntown’s popular coffee shop is the Green Bean. It is located at 341 South Elm Street, next to Natty Greene’s. The coffee is strong and fair trade, and there are locally made pastries available to go along with it. The Bean also hosts live music several times a week, with both local and touring acts.
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The Blue Door: Matty Sheets and the Blockheads

Dec 2nd, 2011 | By
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ShareTweetLaila Nur is one of the coolest, genuinely nicest people I’ve met. I had the opportunity of playing a show with her in July and she is an extremely talented folk musician. She also donates her house as a performance space called the Blue Door. It is a cozy, comfortable basement with Christmas lights and
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