News And Views

Posted by: Robie | February 6th, 2006
Having learned their craft from greats like Wayne Krantz, John Pattitucci, and Kim Plainfield, the three members of Cerulean City bring enough talent for endearing melodies to the table that they don't...
Posted by: Robie | January 31st, 2006
NRPS and their Tour Manager agreed to an informal interview; we talked over brunch the day after their Charleston show. There’s plenty of historical information about NRPS at their official website,,...
Posted by: Robie | December 16th, 2005
The West Coast's ALO (Animal Liberation Orchestra) cap off a year of extensive touring with the release of their fourth LP, Fly Between Falls in the Fall of 2004. Over the course of this ten-song set,...
Posted by: Robie | October 17th, 2005
Today you can still feel the energy that has been captured by the Ledges over hundreds of years. It is still a meeting place, and it was once told to me that "People weave their individuality through the...
Posted by: admin | September 23rd, 2005
It is with our deepest regrets that we announce the cancellation of this year's Blue Ridge HarvestFest scheduled for October 7-9 in LaFayette, GA. The event was to be a benefit for hurricane relief, but a...
Posted by: admin | September 6th, 2005
Leeway's Home Grown Music Network and the Lincoln Theatre have teamed up to present what will be one of the best street festivals ever hosted in downtown Raleigh NC.
Posted by: Robie | May 6th, 2005
Built around the idea that ‘songs come first’, this compelling young band has earned the relentless admiration of music fans all over the Northeast. On stage, this five-piece ensemble brings an all-embracing...
Posted by: Robie | April 8th, 2005
Peter Prince, the manic frontman of jam/funk legends Moon Boot Lover, embodies the theatre and soul of Rock 'n' Roll at its very finest. His performances bristle with raw emotion, romance, deep-...
Posted by: Robie | March 22nd, 2005
With two guitars, piano, bass, vocal harmonies, and an army of percussion that includes drumset, Tabla, congas, and more, New Monsoon have conquered stages across the country with their freewheeling...
Posted by: Robie | March 8th, 2005
The Breakfast begins where other bands try to end up.