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Concerts for September, 2014


Friday, September 5th 
8:00 PM @ the Community Arts Cafe, 411 West 4th St., W-S
Cover: $15/$13 F&B/CAC members

This new band out of Asheville features the singing and songwriting of Anya Hinkle, formerly with the band Dehlia Low, and two other former members of that band, Stig Stiglets on bass and vocals, and Aaron Ballance, a Winston-Salem native, on dobro and lap steel.  Completing the line-up is Jed Willis on mandolin, clawhammer banjo and telecaster.  Anya adds guitar and fiddle.  Their music has been described as "Appalachiacana, blending their bluegrass and old-time influences with original songwriting.  In previous line-ups these musicians have performed at some of the top festivals and venues in the country including Merlefest, Bristol Rhythm & Roots, and Freight & Salvage in Berkeley, one of the best known venues on the west coast.  Aaron won the dobro competition at the Rockygrass Festival in 2010.  Tellico is a band on the way up, with experienced musicians, great vocals, and solid songwriting and instrumental work.  Don't miss 'em!


Friday, September 19th 
Sarah McQuaid
8:00 PM @ the Community Arts Cafe, 411 West 4th St., W-S
Cover: $12/$10 F&B/CAC members 
Sarah McQuaid is making a welcome return to our stage.  This Cornwall, England based artist was born in Madrid and raised in Chicago and has built a solid reputation as a fine songwriter and interpreter of traditional songs and an excellent guitarist.  In writing about her for the Huffington Post, Steve Winick said, "Her voice has the smoke and savor of a good single malt whiskey and she uses it beautifully."  Sarah has released several critically acclaimed albums, the latest being 2013's "The Plum Tree and the Rose."  With her warm stage presence and eclectic mixture of music, ranging from traditional songs from the British Isles to her own compositions, Sarah's concerts are always a great evening's entertainment.


Saturday, September 20th 
Apple Festival at Historic Bethabara Park
10:30 AM to 4:30 PM  
Free to all!

Fiddle & Bow has again arranged the music for the annual Apple Festival and the main stage entertainment this year will include The Company Store Band, an old-timey band from Virginia, Molasses Creek, a great band from Ocracoke Island, and from right here in the Triad, clawhammer banjo master Adam Hurt and singer/guitarist Beth Hartness.  There will also be the usual apple products and activities for the whole family.  This event is a great way to get the fall started off right!

Upcoming Concerts and Events

Coming in October:

October 3rd - Moors and McCumber - With special guest Eric Bannan opening - Duo from Wisconsin and Colorado respectively, featuring great vocals and instrumental work on original songs and occasional covers.  These guys come highly recommended!  Cover: $12/$10 F&B/CAC members
October 10th - Special Extra Show - Cotton Wine - Four-piece band from Nashville featuring the great songwriting and vocals of Femke & Brandon James.  This is an exciting band and a little different from what we usually offer.  Don't miss them!  Cover: $15/$13 F&B/CAC members
October 17th - Joe Craven -  Multi-instrumentalist and great entertainer who has performed with a Who's Who of great musicians including Jerry Garcia, Yo Yo Ma, David Lindley, and David Grisman.  He describes himself as a performer, educator and art agitator.  Cover: $15/$13 F&B/CAC members