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BandTogether Hits Big with Downtown Raleigh

After last year’s Band Together Main Concert Event featuring Michael Franti, we didn’t think it could get any better, but the 2011 event with Third Eye Blind was even more fun! The night kicked off to a rocking start with a performance from the Last Band Standing winner, Lonnie Walker. The band truly knew how… Read More ›

Last Band Standing Heats Up Lincoln Theatre for a Good Cause

Fun, great music, and compassion for others were at the heart of this exciting and inspiring event. Four talented bands competed for the title of Last Band Standing and for the opportunity to perform at Band Together’s 2011 Main Concert Event

Third Eye Blind to Headline Band Together Charity Concert

Third Eye Blind to Headline Band Together Charity Concert May 7

Band Together NC, a Triangle-based organization whose mission is to raise funds and awareness for select charities through events that showcase and support musical talent, has announced that multiplatinum-selling alternative rock band Third Eye Blind will top the bill for this year’s charity concert May 7

Band Together President and Co-Founder Danny Rosin

Band Together NC Partners with Record Label on 14-Track CD for Charity

Band Together NC, a Triangle-based organization whose mission is to raise funds and awareness for select charities through events that showcase and support musical talent, announced Friday at the Lincoln Theatre that it is collaborating with Asheville-based recording label Mended Heart Records on a 14-track compilation CD, the proceeds of which will benefit both Band Together and its 2011 selected charity.

Wine and Design Supports Band Together Concert for StepUP Ministry

Signature fundraiser raises money to help teach self-sufficiency to low-income and homeless individuals Wine and Design, Raleigh’s first and only wine and painting party company, was a supporter of Band Together’s concert to support StepUP Ministry.  The event was held in downtown Raleigh at the Lincoln Theatre and raised more than $358,000 for the interfaith… Read More ›