https://viasilden.com | https://cialtad.com

Posts Tagged ‘ molly mcginn ’

Avant On Air: Tonight on the Radio Program 11/08/12

Nov 8th, 2012 | By
The Old One-Two

ShareTweetTune in to WUAG 103.1 FM from 7-9pm every Thursday night. (Or stream online at wuag.net) Hello Listenership! Tonight we have a full lineup on the radio program. Dave McLean of the Raving Knaves (friend of the show) will join us.  The Raving Knaves will be playing Avant Greensboro’s One Year Anniversary Local Explosion  (#AG1) this Saturday at the
[continue reading…]



Vote Against Amendment One on May 8th

Apr 10th, 2012 | By
Amendment One

ShareTweetFriends and neighbors here in Greensboro are coming together against Amendment One.  Here’s a video from Harvey Robinson, Laurelyn Dossett, Molly McGinn, Sam Frazier, Logie Meachum, Ben Singer, and many more. Spread the word and don’t forget to vote on May 8th!



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
[continue reading…]



The Blind Tiger: Wurlitzer Prize

Mar 27th, 2012 | By
The Wurlitzer Prize

ShareTweetMolly McGinn is one of the more recognizable names in Greensboro’s music scene. She’s been around for a while, playing in acts such as the beloved Amelia’s Mechanics. Recently, she’s been playing with a new group – Wurlitzer Prize. Backed up by half of Possum Jenkins and a member of Common Clay, they’re a little more
[continue reading…]



Lazy Cat Arts Benefit Show March 29th at the Flatiron

Mar 27th, 2012 | By

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
[continue reading…]



Appalachian Voices Benefit with Possum Jenkins and Wurlitzer Prize

Mar 23rd, 2012 | By
Appalachian Voices Benefit

ShareTweet Nearly 50% of America’s electricity comes from burning coal, 30% of that coal comes from Appalachia and burning coal is the number one contributor to greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. This weekend the Blind Tiger is hosting an Appalachian Voices benefit on Saturday, March 24 (Facebook event here). Real people – App Voices volunteers – will
[continue reading…]