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By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
North Carolina’s own Grammy winning Carolina Chocolate Drops kick off PineCone’s 2012 Down Home Concerts at Raleigh's Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012. Tickets go on sale on Thursday, May 17 at 10 a.m.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
The Kickin Grass Band celebrates their 10-year anniversary with a special hometown concert at Durham's Carolina Theatre on January with appearances by the Apple Chill Cloggers and band members from the ensemble's past. Tickets are only $15!

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
A Native American slide blues musician, 14-year-old Lakota John Locklear, will perform at the NC Museum of History in Raleigh on Sunday, Jan. 8 at 3 p.m. This concert is part of the Music of the Carolinas series and is free and open to the public.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone partners with Artsplosure to ring in 2012 as part of the annual First Night Raleigh celebration and presents a Django Reinhardt-inspired band called Gypsy Roots. First Night Buttons go on sale Dec. 1.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
The Mostly Mountain Boys (Paul Brown, Terri McMurray, and John Schwab) will perform at the NC Museum of History on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3 p.m. Canned food donations will be accepted for the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC at this free concert.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Three music ensembles with connections to the Creedmoor, NC Landis Family will perform at South Granville High School on August 28 at 4 p.m. as part of the 77th annual Landis family reunion. The concert is open to the public; admission: $5/person.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone presents rising Americana music stars Mandolin Orange in Wake Forest, NC on Sunday, August 7 beginning at 5 p.m. This concert is free and open to the public.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Musicians & music fans will gather at the Busy Bee Café on Monday, July 25 in Raleigh to celebrate the PineCone Bluegrass Jam's one-year anniversary in that venue. Busy Bee will donate 10% of food & drink sales in The Hive to PineCone.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Join PineCone and the Town of Cary for a special night of music featuring The Shady Grove Band and students from the PineCone Bluegrass Music Camp! This concert is on Friday, July 1. It begins at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Ever wonder how they play those castanets, or how flamenco dancers make the sounds with their feet and keep time with those amazing rhythmic handclaps? Carlota Santana will lead a workshop to teach some of the secrets behind the art of flamenco.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
North Carolina's own Al Batten & the Bluegrass Reunion return to Wake Forest to kick off PineCone's third season of music at the beautiful E Carroll Joyner Park Amphitheater. This concert is on June 5 at 5 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
The third PineCone Summer Series at Sertoma kicks off on Saturday, May 14 with a special concert featuring three local North Carolina bands: Tubby Ridge; Ace & T-Bone; and Nixon, Blevins & Gage.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Attendees of the December Music of the Carolinas concert at the NC Museum of History are asked to bring at least two cans of food to donate to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC. The free concert features bluegrass band Nixon, Blevins & Gage.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
North Carolina folk music icon Doc Watson performs with longtime friend David Holt and grandson Richard Watson on Friday, Nov. 12 at the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts to kick off PineCone’s 2010-2011 Down Home Concert Series.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone & the NC Museum of History present a free concert by Triangle-based Magnolia Klezmer Band as part of the Music of the Carolinas series on Sunday, Nov. 14. The exhibit Down Home: Jewish Life in North Carolina will be open throughout the day.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
On Sunday, Oct. 10, the Music of the Carolinas Series begins at the NC Museum of History in downtown Raleigh featuring Durham bluesman John Dee Holeman and Piedmont blues musician Andy Coats.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Tickets are now on sale for a special collaboration between guitar legend Tony Rice and award-winning band Mountain Heart for an October concert in Raleigh. Reserve your tickets by calling 919-515-1100 or visit www.ncsu.edu/ticketcentral.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
NC bluegrass bands compete for cash and prizes at the annual Got to be NC Festival. The competition starts at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 22.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
The North Carolina-based Kruger Brothers bring their sheer joy in performing to the Holly Springs Cultural Arts Center, an intimate listening room space where PineCone hosts both established and up-and-coming traditional artists.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Raleigh's bluegrass jam has changed its location, day, time and leaders, but its format remains unchanged - it is still gather-round-the-circle style, and anyone from beginners to advanced players are welcome, and listeners, too!

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Grammy-nominated Allen Toussaint, backed by an all-star jazz combo, performs selections from his vast catalog, along with tunes from his newest release, "The Bright Mississippi," which reinterprets some classic New Orleans jazz and blues standards.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
As part of Raleigh's annual Artsplosure First Night celebration, PineCone will present a traditional music concert featuring the Piedmont music of Jeff Little, Wayne Henderson and Helen White. The trio will perform four sets beginning at 7 p.m.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone teams up with the NC Museum of History to support the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina with the next free concert in the Music of the Carolinas series. The concert features the band Mappamundi on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 3 p.m.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Southern String Band will play a night of square dance music at Raleigh City Museum, with a band member calling the night's dances. The evening will feature simple square and round dances (not Western or contra). (Also note: please NO tap shoes!)

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
An exciting, versatile trio of award-winning musicians from Russia, these classically trained artists present a free Russian folklore concert on Sunday, Nov. 8 at 3 p.m. at the NC Museum of History as part of the Music of the Carolinas series.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
"Going Down to Raleigh: Stringband Music in the North Carolina Piedmont 1976-1998" is a two-disc anthology CD featuring field recordings highlighting the distinctive music traditions of the Piedmont region. Proceeds from CD sales benefit PineCone.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone and the Town of Wake Forest present a free concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 4 as part of the official grand opening celebration for the Town's newest park.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Sierra Hull & Highway 111, Uncle Earl, and The Dixie Bee-Liners perform under the banner of American Revival: Celebrating the Next Generation of American Roots Music. At NC State University's Stewart Theatre, presented by PineCone & NCSU Center Stage

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone's 2009-2010 Down Home Series in Raleigh will feature a wide array of artists, from old favorites to up-and-coming musicians, including a Winter Music Festival at the end of January celebrating the nonprofit organization's 25th anniversary.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Scott Ainslie performs on guitars and a one-stringed diddley bow (of African derivation), and he recently took up the gourd banjo and Southern old-time fiddling. From 1986-2001, he presented artist-in-residency programs in North Carolina & Virginia.

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Grammy award winning musician David Holt and his band the Lightning Bolts perform music that is driving and energetic – “old-time music with a new time jolt!”

By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
For one night only, Russ Barenberg and Bryan Sutton will join forces for an evening of personal, spontaneous music making that happens only when two virtuosic musicians get together and jam.



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