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                       CELEBRATING 34 YEARS!

                          The Best Acoustic Music

Since 1981 Fiddle and Bow has been bringing great musical entertainment to Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Every month audiences are entertained and educated with music ranging from traditional and contemporary folk to old time, blues, mountain and Celtic.

Venue Change - April - 2015

The Community Arts Cafe is closing and after four great years of hosting our shows we are looking for a new venue.  Our April shows will be presented in the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship building at 4055 Robinhood Rd, Winston-Salem, NC  27106 (between Shattalon Drive and Polo Rd.)  Look for an interactive map on the sidebar.  Until we find a permanent venue, we will be presenting our shows in different locations.  Please check the website for venue information.    

                                      Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Thanks to the UU Fellowship, we will be presenting our special Saturday April 4th show and Friday April 17th show in the main sanctuary of the Fellowship building.  This is a very nice space with plenty of room for us and good acoustics.  We have presented shows here in the past. 
Food and drink is not allowed in the sanctuary so you can not bring food or beverages into the building.  Also, please remember that Fiddle & Bow does not accept credit or debit cards to pay the cover for our shows and there is not an ATM on the property.  Please bring cash or a check.

April Concerts


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Special Saturday Show
April 4th at 8:00 PM   
Graydon James & Laura Spink


Friday, April 17th at 8:00 PM   
Bill Staines


Coming in May:

May 1st - Red Tail Ring - Michigan based duo performing old-time based traditional and original music.
May 9th - Historic Bethabara Park Highland Games - This year's music will feature Isla, one of the best American Celtic bands, Keith Murphy, singer and guitarist from the band Nightingale, and the great Celtic and World music band from the Triangle area, Craicdown.  The Friday night Ceilidh will feature an open mic and performances by some of the musicians performing Saturday at the Park.  The location of the Ceilidh is yet to be determined.  FREE!  
May 15th - Harpeth Rising - Folk/Americana trio of young women on fiddle, cello, banjo and vocals.

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