Upcoming Shows

Molly Stevens

March 7 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

Molly has opened for acts such as Jamey Johnson, Ashley McBryde, Billy Joe Shaver, Mindy Smith, Ronnie Milsap and The Indigo Girls along with many others. Molly is a powerhouse vocalist who lays her soul on the stage for all to feel.

Daryl Mosley and Abigail Dowd

April 17 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

Daryl Mosley is an authentic, American troubadour.  From countless appearances on the “Grand Ole Opry” to classic “In The Round” appearances at the famous Bluebird Cafe, to a touring schedule of over 150 concerts per year, singer/songwriter Daryl Mosley has been sharing his songs and stories with America for over 30 years.

Stories… the ones we tell ourselves, the ones we tell others… the ones we make up, the ones we live through… all these stories are our past and our present, our hopes and our fears, our sins and our salvation. They are who we are. And for singer/songwriter Abigail Dowd, they are more than who she is; they are what she does.

An Evening with Scott Ainslie

April 24 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

On stage, in educational teaching concerts, workshops, and school residencies, Ainslie explores the African and European roots of American music and culture. His easy, conversational way with audiences and cross-disciplinary approach to the music consistently garners rave reviews from presenters, audiences, students, and teachers, alike. He is a masterful and thoughtful historian, storyteller, and musician.

An Evening with Ellis Paul

May 1 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

“Ellis Paul is one of the best singer/songwriters of his generation, And for many of us he is the face of contemporary folk music. Few are as smart, as literate, as poetic as Paul. I cannot think of another artist on the acoustic music scene is better loved by fans, or more respected by his contemporaries.”

An Evening with David LaMotte

May 16 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

David LaMotte is an award-winning songwriter, speaker and writer. He has performed over 3000 concerts and released twelve full-length CDs of primarily original music, touring in all of the fifty states, as well as five of the seven continents. The Boston Globe writes that his music “pushes the envelope with challenging lyrics and unusual tunings, but he also pays homage to folk tradition,” while BBC Radio Belfast lauds his “charm, stories, humour, insightful songs, sweet voice and dazzling guitar ability.”

The Taters and Wyatt Easterling

June 6 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

The Taters play an eclectic mix of roots rock, pop, country, skiffle & Americana, a sound that’s been compared favorably to a mixture of Everlys, Orbison, Beatles, and Nick Lowe. Writing in Billboard Magazine, critic Gordon Ely described the Taters as “determinedly-and gleefully-forging a path with no limits or end in sight.

Wyatt first came to Nashville as a folk singer on the verge of signing with CBS Records, but in true industry fashion, Sony acquired the label, and the deal fell through. After all of his time navigating the many facets of the music industry, it turns out his true destination was in fact to be a singer-songwriter. He started touring, including consecutive appearances as a finalist in the prestigious Kerrville New Folk contest, and he’s since recorded his two beautiful albums Where This River Goes and Goodbye, Hello. And now happily we have a third collection of songs by Wyatt Easterling in Divining Rod that we can all listen to it for years to come.

Beatlesque – a Beatles Tribute

June 27 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

Beatlesque is a four-piece Beatles tribute band based in Raleigh, NC. The band strives to replicate the sound and look of The Beatles to the closest detail while performing music from the entire Beatles catalog. In costume and in character, the fab four members of Beatlesque enjoy the challenge and the thrill of recreating the music that we all know and love.

Chuck Brodsky and Michael Reno Harrell

July 18 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

Chuck Brodsky is a storyteller, a songwriter, a troubadour, a modern day bard. His wit and irony, down-to-earth warmth, and quirky, rootsy, finely crafted songs tell stories of oddball and underdog characters. His songs celebrate the goodness in people, the eccentric, the holy, the profound, the courageous, the inspiring, the beautiful. They poke fun at what needs poking and sometimes challenge what needs to be challenged. They’re sworn to tell the truth.

Michael Reno Harrell is an award winning songwriter, as well as a veteran storyteller and entertainer, and he’s from the South… the Southern Appalachian Mountains to hone it a bit finer.

Rod Picott and Sally Barris

September 11 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

Rod Picott has garnered a loyal cult audience across the U.S. and Europe. He tours tirelessly and continues to garner rave reviews for both his songwriting skills and darkly humorous, compelling live show.

Sally Barris is an A-list Nashville songwriter who has had songs covered by such top-level artists as Kathy Mattea, Martina McBride, and Lee Ann Womack. Her song “Let The Wind Chase You”, recorded by Trisha Yearwood and Keith Urban, received a Grammy nomination for vocal collaboration in 2009.

Michelle Malone

October 2 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

Michelle Malone’s musical roots run deep and wide like the mighty Mississippi river, twisting and turning through rock, blues, and Americana territory. Her music is influenced by the red dirt rhythms from her Georgia home – blues, soul and rock and roll. “Malone is a master at mixing blues and Americana music” (GUITAR PLAYER MAGAZINE).