It's the annual Blind Manifest Birthday party! 3 of the guys in the band have Birthdays within a week of this show every year, and the other guys have birthdays, so we figured let's throw ourselves a party!
So we's a gonna! :) Bringing presents is totally optional. Birthday suits are encouraged!... See MoreSee Less
This is one of the biggest events in the Round's music history, as nationally known recording artist (and groovy dude) Brian Ashley Jones makes his first stop in the area in several years. Catch him now before he's off to Great Britain this summer!... See MoreSee Less
Combining Garage Rock influences into a high energy Americana-Folk sound in the vein of the Beatles, Jack White, and The Doors.
Ryan Hutchens is a 27 year old singer songwriter based out of Columbia, South Carolina. He has been on the road full time since the fall of 2013, performing more than 400 solo acoustic sets in bars, restaurants, and coffeehouses across the US. Ryan draws on his South Carolina roots and the musical influences of his family, and feels at home writing and performing Americana, Folk, Bluegrass, and Traditional style songs. “..falls somewhere between intelligible Bon Iver and early, less rock oriented Band Of Horses” David Stringer, Scene SC (Columbia SC
Show Starts @ 9pm
Cover: $3/$5 (Over21/Under21)... See MoreSee Less
Max Hatt / Edda Glass features an evocative voice, ethereal guitar, and original folk-jazz compositions. “We want to write about a world both intimate and vast, about little people on great plains,” says Glass. “Plus sometimes we like to throw in a little Bossa Nova.”
In 2014 Max Hatt / Edda Glass played at Lincoln Center, NYC, won grand-prize at the Mountain Stage / NewSong Contest and generally defied categorization. 2015 sees them play coast to coast from Seattle to NYC, including Sundance Film Festival’s ASCAP Music Cafe, a headlining concert at Lincoln Center, and opening sets for Dweezil Zappa, Romero Lubambo, and Autumn Defense. In 2016 they will appear on NPR Mountain Stage, and NewSong Recordings will release their new album this spring, produced by Pat Sansone of Wilco & Autumn Defense, and recorded at Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville, NC.... See MoreSee Less
Zoë's Coffee House // Gastonia, North Carolina
Royal House // Foothill Indie Rock
Cuzco // Mathstrumental
Get a sandwich from this place, it's absolutely amazing, indulge while you enjoy some songs in the verbified 40 foot cieling room of Zoe's Coffee with some great friends.... See MoreSee Less
"The Americana All Stars", the brainchild of music agent Amy Magrinat and recording artist Tokyo Rosenthal, announced their first "bus tour" today.The concept of banding together several Americana music acts is seen as a way to pool the resources of various performers in order to play bigger venues,combine marketing efforts, share touring expenses, and introduce each other to their respective fans and music critics.
The artists in the debut tour include award winning singer songwriter from Chapel Hill, N. Carolina, Tokyo Rosenthal, legendary songwriter and performer from Mount Holly, NC, Angela Easterling, and the hot new trio from The Triangle in N. Carolina, The String Beings. As part of the efficiency of this tour, the acts will help each other out musically by backing one another with various instruments. Other artists will be added from tour to tour and venue to venue when and where it makes sense.
The very first "All Stars" show will be at The Cat's Cradle in Carrboro, NC, on May 24th at 8pm. The "Troop" will immediately go up to Asheville, NC to perform at The Isis Music Hall on May 25th, and will conclude their first tour at The Nest in Gastonia, NC on May 26th... See MoreSee Less