Calling all student-musicians: Here’s your chance to win 4 concert tickets to the first night of the Cary Cross Currents Music & Arts Festival. All you have to do is send us a picture of yourself with your musical instrument.
Cary, NC – Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary has added several more shows to the Summer line up.
If it’s classic progressive rock you’re after, get some tix for Styx on September 16.
If it’s been too long or your can’t remember anything prior to 1990, Styx had big hits with Lady, Come Sail Away and Mr. Roboto.
Watch a Styx Mix on YouTube.
Temptations & Four Tops
Nothing says good-times like the music of Motown. And two of Motown’s best will be sharing the bill at KBA on Saturday July 30.
Just to refresh your memory, the Four Tops had hits including Standing in the Shadows of Love, Bernadette and Sugar Pie Honey Bunch. Listen to some classic Four Tops on YouTube.
The Temps had a massive string of hits including My Girl, Ball of Confusion, Get Ready and Cloud Nine.
Watch a clip of the Temptations from 1965 performing My Girl on YouTube.
Ray LaMontagne may not be a household name like the Temps or the 4 Tops, but you’d probably recognize his hit song Trouble. LaMontagne is a singer-songwriter from Maine with a husky voice that sounds a little a blend of soul and Cat Stevens.
Watch Trouble on YouTube.
Story by Matt Young. Photos by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, N.C. – During the day, Pete Geiger of Cary is an auditor with DataScan. By night, he makes guitars out of license plates. Read more
Cary, N.C. – Another new show has been scheduled for Booth Amphitheatre this summer: Death Cab for Cutie. Read more
Story by Events Editor Lindsey Chester.
Cary, NC- As the weather finally starts to warm up, the concert schedule at Booth Amphitheatre is heating up too. Read more
Story by Hal Goodtree with Nancy Caggia. Picture by Bob Moore.
Cary, NC – If you like Pops music, treat yourself to what might be the largest Pops show ever in Cary. It’s this Tuesday, April 5 at Booth Amphitheatre starting at 7 PM. Read more
Cary, NC – North Carolina, and specifically the Piedmont, has a rich tradition in, well, traditional music.
Upon my arrival in the Piedmont some 17 years ago, I stumbled across The PineCone Blue Grass Show on 94.7 FM, which I listen to pretty religiously. Come by pretty much any Sunday before dinner and it’s coming from my garage, especially when I’m smoking ribs or fish in the driveway. Neighbors make fun, but the homeowner’s association hasn’t stopped by yet. Read more