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Kip Moore – “After the Sunburn Tour” at the Ritz

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October 19, 2018

Well this is a first for me. Actually two. I was the ONLY photographer to shoot the Kip Moore show and the opening acts did not allow photos. So I will say nothing of the opening acts because they didn’t want media coverage. So thank you Kip for caring for your fans!  “After the Sunburn… Read More ›

Broadway Sings for Florence: A Benefit Concert

Performers from some of the biggest hits on Broadway will be raising funds for hurricane relief and recovery during the Broadway Sings for Florence concert on Monday, Oct. 22 at Raleigh’s Meymandi Concert Hall in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts. All ticket sales and donations at the event will be given to… Read More ›

Lady Antebellum & Darius Rucker @ Walnut Creek October 4th

Lady Antebellum along with Darius Rucker and Russell Dickerson played Walnut Creek October 4th.   Russell Dickerson opens up the night. Then we move onto Darius Rucker. Funny Mr. Rucker plays some of his old Hootie & the Blowfish songs and made them sound country by adding banjo and violin to the music. Of course… Read More ›

Clayton Shindig Selected as an STS Top 20 Event

The Shindig is celebrating year number 7 in 2018 and this growing Americana festival has announced their line-up for this year – new acts and crowd-favorites from previous Shindigs. The Shindig is held the first Saturday in November in downtown Clayton, NC. This year it will be on Saturday, Nov. 3rd from Noon to 10PM…. Read More ›

The Revolutionists Take Over Raleigh Little Theatre

In Raleigh Little Theatre‘s upcoming production of “The Revolutionists,” four uncompromising women are reimagined as the heroes of the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror in this empowering comedy. Director Amy White takes us back to 1793 and provides a unique take on France’s fight for equality and freedom. “The Revolutionists” by Lauren Gunderson opens at… Read More ›