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KoЯn @ Walnut Creek August 10, 2021

KoЯn @ Walnut Creek August 10, 2021 I’m back!  This is my first show this season after all the Rona stuff as mentioned in the Staind review. It was a nice day for my first event back albeit photographers now have to shoot from the soundboard and are required to mask up. Maybe 10-20% of… Read More ›

Staind @ Walnut Creek August 10, 2021

Staind @ Walnut Creek August 10, 2021 I’m back!  This is my first show this season after all the Rona stuff…. I have been a fan of Staind since back in my bar days. The first time I saw them play was at the Fat Cat in Springfield, Massachusetts. Bought the first cut of their… Read More ›

4th Annual Theatremakers Summit to be Held November 14 and 15

The TheaterMakers Studio (Tony® Award-winning Producer Ken Davenport, founder) presents the fourth annual TheaterMakers Summit on November 14 and 15. This year, the event will be held virtually for attendees and speakers. The TheaterMakers Summit is the destination for all theater makers. This two-day event aims to unite aspiring writers, producers, directors, actors, and other… Read More ›

Tribute to Eddie Van Halen

Guitarist Eddie Van Halen was best known as the founder of the band Van Halen, which dominated the hard rock scene in the 1970s and 1980s. Who was Eddie Van Halen? Guitarist and singer Eddie Van Halen formed the band Van Halen in 1974 with his brother Alex. His quick-fingered guitar riffs and singer David… Read More ›

URGENT APPEAL: Please Fill Out the Americans for the Arts Fiscal Impact Survey TODAY!

If you run an arts organization, and you haven’t yet filled out the Americans for the Arts fiscal impact survey, can you please do that ASAP? Just click https://www.americansforthearts.org/by-topic/disaster-preparedness/coronavirus-covid-19-resource-and-response-center#impact. As of yesterday, only $300,000 in losses by Wake County arts organizations had been reported, which is low. Nathan McGaha from ARTS North Carolina is speaking… Read More ›