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 7315 Smith Corners Blvd , Charlotte, NC, US, 28269

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Jodi White
The Comedy ZoneMarch 27, 2015 10:15 PM
900 Crossroads Plaza
Fort Mill, SC 29708
Now on husband number four, with three kids and three ex-husbands, Jodi doesn’t hold back on stage or in life. Trust us, this is No Desperate Housewife. She’s ballsy, bold and brazen. The wild friend you call for parties or the crazy ex you’re still trying to hide from. Her kids, her mother, the young guys she’s dated...Nothing is safe, She tells it like it is!Remembering 20 something and finding her way around 40 something, everyone can identify. “Very funny and original comic who’s entertaining to men and women 18 to 80” Michael Alfano - Owner of The Comedy CatchIn addition to comedy festivals across the US and Canada, Jodi’s been featured in Today’s Woman Magazine and just taped her first TV Spot for the Nick Jr. Channel - NickMom Night Out.
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Spring Songwriters Series
The Sylvia TheatreMarch 27, 2015 9:00 PM
27 N Congress St.
York, SC 29745
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Dead Sara
The Chop ShopMarch 28, 2015 9:00 PM
399 E 35th St
Charlotte, NC 28205
Dead Sara
Music History is rich with rock bands fronted by Dynamic duos. Looking to carry on this yin and yang tradition are two talented young women, singer Emily Armstrong and Siouxsie Medley, who front Los Angeles Dead Sara an electrifying four-piece rock band whose supercharged music is propelled by Medleys exhilarating, monster guitar riffs and Armstrongs powerful, wailing vocals.
The two musicians are a study in contrast onstage: Medley remains rooted in place a solid, steady anchor for Armstrongs almost unhinged performance style. A skilled vocal stylist who can handle blues, soul, and folk-rock with equal aplomb, Armstrong can unleash a guttural howl one minute and trill as pretty as a songbird the next.
When asked by the Wall Street Journal in 2012 which female rock singers she admired, legendary Jefferson Airplane singer Grace Slick said Emily Armstrong, citing her strong, urgent sound. Dead Sara, which also includes bassist Chris Null and drummer Sean Friday, has continued to earn the respect of some of the biggest artists in rock and roll over the last two years. In an interview with Fuse in 2013, Dave Grohl simply stated, Dead Sara should be the next biggest rock band in the world.
The band has always generated major buzz around their shows, being known for their ferocious spectacle of high-octane live performances. Of one of their local shows at The Troubadour, L.A.s indie-rock tastemaker website raved: You almost forgot you were watching a rock show in the 450-capacity Troubadour and not in a venue like Staples Center that holds thousands when Dead Sara launched into their hit Weatherman. OC Weekly has praised the band for its blazing, impassioned classic rock, punk/indie jams, catchy guitar melodies and songs about not backing down, while noted that Dead Saras strain of primal rock is loud enough to awaken the ghosts in both the indie and metal underworlds, and maybe even get them to dance a bit. During their 2013 U.S. tour with Muse, Chicago Music Monthly stated that Dead Sara is an example of everything that is right with rock and roll. Their live show is one that will NOT be forgotten for hundreds of Muse fans seeing them for the first time.
Dead Sara has spent the last several months in the studio working on new material with producer Noah Shain. With their sophomore album on the horizon, both Dead Sara fans and rock fans alike can expect more electrifying shows in 2014.
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Asleep At The Wheel
Neighborhood TheatreMarch 28, 2015 8:00 PM
511 E 36th Street
Charlotte, NC 28205
A Texas household name since 1969, Asleep at the Wheel has garnered 9 Grammys and has had 20 singles on the Billboard charts since its inception. After forming in West Virginia, the band was immediately asked to open for Alice Cooper, which grabbed the attention of Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen, who invited the country swing act to collaborate with them in East Oakland. Less than a year later, after releasing a debut album that Van Morrison raved about in Rolling Stone Magazine, Willie Nelson convinced the band to relocate to Austin, TX and Asleep at the Wheel has remained there ever since. Though the group has gone through multiple members during its 50 year run and might not have quite as much fame now as it did in its early days, Asleep at the Wheel continues to produce music, collaborate with WIllie Nelson and even write and produce a play to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of Bob Wills' birth.
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Peter Mulvey
The Evening MuseMarch 28, 2015 8:00 PM
3227 North Davidson Street
Charlotte, NC 28205
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Solar Cat
The Evening MuseMarch 28, 2015 10:30 PM
3227 North Davidson Street
Charlotte, NC 28205
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