good stuff this week


Wednesday
July
18
Anna and Elizabeth
Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Durham
This is part of the summertime Music in the Gardens series presented by Duke Performances.
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Wednesday
July
18
Satori
The Cave, Chapel Hill
Per the website: "Jazz night featuring E. Scott Warren, Neal Chapman, and Michael Auchter."
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Wednesday
July
18
Neighbor Lady, Ravary
Neptunes, Raleigh



Wednesday
July
18
Lee Bains and the Glory Fires, Lonesome Leash
The Pinhook, Durham


photo: Lonesome Leash


Wednesday
July
18
Magnolia Project, Sarah Bolen
Arcana, Durham


Wednesday
July
18
Consider the Source, Magma Opus
Pour House, Raleigh


Thu-Sun
July
19-22
Cameron Esposito
The Pinhook, Durham
Three-night stand (Thursday, Saturday, Sunday) for comedian Cameron Esposito, whose previous stretch at the Pinhook was windy-ed out.
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Thursday
July
19
Joe Pug, Carson McHone
Cat's Cradle Back Room, Carrboro


Thursday
July
19
Deafheaven, Drab Majesty, Uniform
Cat's Cradle, Carrboro


Thursday
July
19
Noctomb, Malevich, Bastard Tongue
Slim's, Raleigh



Thursday
July
19
The Nitrogen Tone, Metaphonia
Pour House, Raleigh


Thursday
July
19
B.L.E.W., Post Moves, Temporary Object
Neptunes, Raleigh


Thursday
July
19
Strawberry Girls, Night Verses, Andres
Local 506, Chapel Hill


Thursday
July
19
Delta Son, Brady Toops, Azulz
Deep South (The Bar), Raleigh


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