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Dr. Bacon Wins Band Together’s 6th Annual “Last Band Standing”

Raleigh, N.C. (April 19, 2016) – In a packed house at Lincoln Theatre last Saturday night, music fans cheered on three talented bands at Band Together’s 6th annual “Last Band Standing” event, the biggest philanthropic music competition to hit the Triangle. Appalachian “funk-grass” band Dr. Bacon won the musical face-off, taking home a $1,000 cash… Read More ›

Third Eye Blind to Headline Band Together Charity Concert

Band Together NC Announces Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities as 2013 Nonprofit Recipient

Band Together NC, a Triangle-area nonprofit that uses live music to raise funds and awareness for other local nonprofits, has announced Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities (TLCDD) as its 2013 nonprofit recipient.

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.

Band Together NC Announces Music Lineup for May 22 Charity Concert

Franti, One eskimO, The Old Ceremony, Holy Ghost Tent Revival and Anoop Desai to Perform Downtown Raleigh will surely be rockin’ on May 22 as Band Together NC stages its tenth annual charity concert outside and inside Lincoln Theatre at 126 E. Cabarrus Street. Anticipation is very high for this year’s show headlined by Michael… Read More ›

Michael Franti Spearhead

Concert, Raffle and Silent Auction to Benefit StepUP Ministry | May 22

Band Together NC Raising Funds to Help Unemployed and Low-Income Individuals May 22 Concert, Raffle and Silent Auction to Benefit StepUP Ministry As of January 2010, Wake County’s unemployment rate was 9.2 percent, meaning one in 11 employable adults was out of work. Many of those individuals are among the estimated 2,200 people homeless in… Read More ›