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                       CELEBRATING 33 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.

August - 2014

January, 2014 marked the three-year anniversary of Fiddle & Bow shows in the Underground Theatre of the Community Arts Cafe.  This venue has been a big hit with both our audiences and our artists.  Come visit us.    

                                      Community Arts Cafe 

The Community Arts Cafe consists of a small café serving home-made food, a fine selection of wines and craft beers, coffee and baked goods, along with the Underground Theatre.  

We have been able to offer our shows in the Underground Theatre due to the generosity of Jim and Cathy Tedder, owners of the CAC.  We hope that when you come to one of our shows you will support the CAC by ordering food or drink from the Café.

For the comfort of our patrons, seats at tables are reserved for individuals who order food or drink from the Cafe.  Thank you for understanding.  There are plenty of good seats available for people who want to listen to the music and not order food or drink.

Click here to view the CAC menu.

August Concerts


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Friday, August 1st at 8:00 PM   
Jonathan Byrd and the Pickup Cowboys


Friday, August 15th at 8:00 PM   
Anne Lederman

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Coming in September:

September 5th - Tellico - Great new Americana four-piece band from Asheville featuring former members of the band Dehliah Low and the fine singing and writing of Anya Hinkle.

September 19th - Sarah McQuaid - Excellent singer/guitarist/songwriter now living in England.  Sarah is a fine interpreter of traditional songs as well as her own.
September 20th - Apple Festival at Historic Bethabara Park - FREE!

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