Music Calendar 10/4-10/9

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Tuesday, October 4

Big Easy – 222 Fayetteville St. – Cecil Johnson (jazz) 6pm

Buku – 110 East Davie St. – Viswas Chitnis (world) 7pm

Deep South The Bar – 430 South Dawson –  Willard “Th’Bullfrog” McGee (Blues) 9pm

Irregardless Café – 901 West Morgan St. –  Brian Barbour (Americana) 6:30pm  

Lincoln Theatre – 126 East Cabarrus St. –  Das Racist (Hip Hop) 8pm

PourHouse – 224 South Blount St. –  The Aggrolites, Roots of Creation (Reggae) 9pm

 

Wednesday, October 5

This is your last time in 2011 to catch local Jazz Faves - Peter Lamb and the Wolves at their Bi-monthly Wednesday Gig @ Humble Pie. Come out and catch what is becoming a Raleigh Institution. (Photo Courtesy of Peter Lamb & The Wolves)

Amra’s – 106 Glenwood Ave. –  Jason Adamo – (Americana) 9:30pm

 

Big Easy – 222 Fayetteville St. – Chuck and Steve (Jazz) 6pm

Buku – 110 East Davie St. –  All Star Blues Jam w/ Josh Presslar  (Blues) 8:30pm

Busy Bee – 225 South Wilmington St. –  DJ Wax (Electronica/Dance) 10pm

Deep South The Bar – 430 South Dawson – Terry Anderson’s Olympic Ass Kicking Team (Indie/Rock) 9pm

Humble Pie – Harrington, St. –  Peter Lamb and the Wolves (Jazz) 8:30pm

Irregardless Café – 901 West Morgan St. – Phaselock (acoustic/folk/bluegrass) 6:30pm

Lincoln Theatre – 126 East Cabarrus St. –  Conspirator, Sci-Fi (Electronica/Dance) 9pm

PourHouse – 224 South Blount St. –  Lowrey, Curtis Eller (Indie/Folk) 9pm

Sadlacks – 2116 Hillsborough St. – Open Mic

Shakedown Street – 2500 Hillsborough St. – The Black Ashleys (Indie) 9pm

Southland Ballroom – 614 North West St. – Dubstep Wednesdays Feat: DJ Syko and Dj Kure (elec/dance) – 10pm

The Point – 1626 Glenwood Ave. –  Jason Adamo Band (Indie/Americana) 10:30pm

Some of the Best Cutting-Edge Electronica will be performed by some of the best in the industry on Wednesday night - Conspirator, A Philadelphia group will take the stage and blow the roof off the Lincoln Theatre. Come out and catch a superstar cast of musicians perform a great show. (Photo Courtesy of Conspirator Music)

 

Thursday, October 6

Amra’s – 106 Glenwood Ave. – Joe Gore (covers) 9pm

Berkeley Café – 217 West Martin St. –  One Seven Music, Young Cardinals, (Indie) 8pm

Big Easy – 222 Fayetteville St. – Cecil Johnson (jazz) 6pm

Busy Bee – 225 South Wilmington St. – Bumble w/ DJ Thein (Electronica) 10pm

Deep South The Bar – 430 South Dawson – Osbeck, Kind Strangers (Indie)  9pm

Irregardless Café – 901 West Morgan St. – Speakeasy (Jazz) 6:30pm

Lincoln Theatre – 126 East Cabarrus St. –  The Blind Boys of Alabama (Jazz/Soul) 8pm

PourHouse – 224 South Blount St. –  Joshua James, Honey Honey (Folk/Americana/Rock) 9pm

Sadlacks – 2116 Hillsborough St. – Open Mic Night – 8pm

Shakedown Street – 2500 Hillsborough St. –  Cheezface, Galdytron, Future Flutes, more (Dance/Electronica) 9pm

Slim’s Bar – 227 South Wilmington St. –  Static Minds (Rock) 9pm

The Point – 1626 Glenwood Ave. –  Old Habits (Folk) 10pm

Tir Na Nog – 218 South Blount St. – Local Beer Local Beer Feat: The Demon Beat, Temperance League, P90’s   (indie) 10pm

Widely Considered "Living Legends" of the Music World - The Blind Boys of Alabama take the stage Thursday Night @ The Lincoln Theatre. This is not a show to be missed - and is a rare opportunity to catch World-Renowned Musicians right here in our great town! (Photo Courtesy of Nola Music)

 

 Friday, October 7

Amra’s – 106 Glenwood Ave. –  Madd Elaine (Covers) – 10 p.m.

Big Easy – 222 Fayetteville St. – Early: Cecil Johnson (jazz) 6pm Late: Soulimious (Covers) 10pm

Deep South The Bar – 430 South Dawson – Downfall, Rust Honey, Sister Soma (indie) 10pm

Dive Bar – 3 Glenwood Ave. –  Goodbye Titan (Rock) 10pm

Irregardless Café – 901 West Morgan St. – Foscoe Philharmonic (Jazz) 6:30pm

Lincoln Theatre – 126 East Cabarrus St. –  JJ Grey & Mofro, Whitey Morgan & The 78s (Funk/Blues) 9pm

PourHouse – 224 South Blount St. – Haitian EarthQuake Benefit Feat: Band of Brothers   – (covers) 9pm

Shakedown Street – 2500 Hillsborough St. –  Frostbyte, Johnny B, T3NK (Electronica/Dance) 10pm

The Oxford – 319 Fayetteville St. – Ricky Young (Covers) 9:30pm

Tir Na Nog – 218 South Blount St. – Suckerpunch (Covers) 9pm

42nd Street Oyster Bar – 508 W. Jones St. – Stone Chiefs (Covers) 10pm

 

Funk-Blues Legend JJ Grey & his band Mofro take the City of Raleigh by storm as they perform at the Lincoln Theatre Friday night. This is a true treat to have some of the best in the business ply us with a great night of Funk/Blues Southern Rock. (Photo Courtesy of The Illinois Entertainer)

 

Saturday, October 8

Amra’s – 106 Glenwood Ave. – Time Machine (covers) – 10 p.m.

Berkeley Café – 217 West Martin St. –  Noisy Dubs (Electronica) 8pm

Big Easy – 222 Fayetteville St. – Early: Cecil Johnson (Jazz) 6pm, Late: Venomis Toad (Covers) 10pm

Deep South The Bar – 430 South Dawson –  454  (Alt-Rock) 10pm

Dive Bar – 3 Glenwood Ave. – Bad Idea (Rock/Metal) 10pm

Irregardless Café – 901 West Morgan St. – Joe Gore Jazz Dance Band (Jazz/Swing) 6:30pm

Lincoln Theatre – 126 East Cabarrus St. –  Audio Rush, Cry Wolf (Electronica/Dance) 10pm

Napper Tandy’s – 126 North West St. –  Blue Monday (covers) 9pm

PourHouse – 224 South Blount St. – Spin Doctors, James Maddock (Alt Rock) 10pm

Shakedown Street – 2500 Hillsborough St. –  Man on Earth, Johnny Swank (Indie/Rock) 9pm

Slim’s Bar – 227 South Wilmington St. –  Demolition String Band, The Moaners, Chip Robinson (Indie) 9pm

Southland Ballroom – 614 North West St. – Leadfoot, The T’s, more (Rock) 9pm

The Oxford – 319 Fayetteville St. –  New Sweat (Covers) 9pm

Tir Na Nog – 218 South Blount St. –  Suicide Blonde (Covers) 9pm

42nd Street Oyster Bar – 508 W. Jones St. –  Rockshow (covers) 9pm

 

Sunday, October 9

Berkeley Café – 217 West Martin St. – Molotov Solution, The Devastated, more (Rock) 9pm

Deep South The Bar – 430 South Dawson –  A Tinn Djinn, Young Cardinals (Indie) 8pm

Five Star – 511 West Hargett St – Neu Romance – DJ Collection (Dance, Hip-Hop, Old School, Electronica) 9pm

Irregardless Café – 901 West Morgan St. – Gene O’Neil (Jazz) 10am

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