Posts Tagged ‘ music ’

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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2012 Greensboro Fringe Festival

Jan 23rd, 2012 | By

ShareTweetThis year marks the 10th annual Greensboro Fringe Festival, two weeks of music, dance, and theater in the heart of downtown.  Performers from all over host workshops and perform for a wide array of audiences. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary all shows are free with a suggested donation of $10 to the artists.  All
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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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Green Bean: Jack Carter & The Armory, James Marshall Owen, and Matty Sheets & The Blockheads

Dec 31st, 2011 | By

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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Art, Music, A Feast for the Senses

Nov 17th, 2011 | By

ShareTweetI am constantly amazed at the vital and happening creative scene in Greensboro. Here’s a gallery show opening you simply do not want to miss. Take note… Artists: LazyCatArts (Christopher Lubinski) On Stage: Laura Boswell, The Painted Skulls and Amelia’s Mechanics. Friday at 9:00pm – November 19 at 1:00am CFBG 930 South Chapman Street, Greensboro,
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