Six String Venues

The Cary Theater

122 East Chatham Street
Cary, NC 27511
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Wyatt Easterling Trio

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

After a couple of years there, Blackburn brought him on as head of A&R at Atlantic Records where Wyatt signed some of country music’s biggest names including John Michael Montgomery, Tracy Lawrence, Michael Johnson and Neal McCoy. He also began working as a producer, guiding Montgomery’s debut album Life’s A Dance to an impressive three million copies sold. After Atlantic, Wyatt opened Bugle Publishing Group with partner Miles Copeland, where he signed a number of artists, most notably Keith Urban and Paul Thorn. At Bugle, Wyatt also produced Thorn’s debut album Hammer and Nail and got the future superstar Urban his first record deal.

Claire Holley – 2 Shows at 7pm and 9pm

July 12 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

This is our 5th Anniversary Show at The Cary Theater and we’re celebrating with Claire Holley who was one of the performers on our opening night. Claire will be performing 2 shows, one at 7pm and one at 9pm. There are special ticket prices for those wanting to attend both shows. Each show will feature a different song list from Claire.

An Evening with David Olney featuring John Carlson

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

“Americana Pioneer” singer-songwriter/recording artist, stream-caster and actor David Olney is well-known worldwide for his indelible songs and powerful live performances. 

Jon Shain and FJ Ventre with special guest Rissi Palmer

August 9 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

Jon Shain is a veteran singer-songwriter who’s been turning heads for years with his words, his fiery acoustic guitar work, and his evolved musical style – combining improvised piedmont blues with bluegrass, swing, and ragtime.

Based in Chapel Hill, NC, FJ Ventre plays upright and electric bass and sings with several acts from The Triangle area, including Jon Shain, Wyatt Easterling, Wes Collins, the Bennys, Nantahala and others.

Rissi Palmer, who describes her musical style as “Southern Soul,” has received widespread media attention in national publications including Ebony, Parade, People, Newsweek, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal and more.

Michael Reno Harrell & Doug MacLeod

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

Michael’s recordings have for years received and continue to garner awards in Country, Americana and Folk circles. His humor and wit, as well as the emotional depth of his work, keep his fan base growing and staying tuned in for whatever comes next. Don’t miss the chance to experience what those faithful fans keep returning again and again to enjoy.

MacLeod is known for his superb songwriting, guitar wizardry, warm soulful vocals, wit and unforgettable live performances. At the heart of a Doug MacLeod performance is his knack for storytelling, bringing characters-from the faceless to the legendary-to strikingly real life.Doug is a multiple Blues Music Award winner, most recently the 2018 Blues Music Award for Acoustic Album Of The Year ‘Break The Chain’ and the 2017 Blues Music Award for Acoustic Artist Of The Year.

Bill West and Jason Adamo

September 14 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

Bill West takes great pride in the art of song crafting. If you enjoy the sounds of Sting, The Samples, Bruce Hornsby, Seal, Coldplay, Jackson Browne, and U2 – then you will understand and enjoy his latest CD, “Thanks For Listening”. This disc features 12 brilliant songs. Check out “Rearrange Me” and the beautiful “Borrow My Eyes”.

The Jason Adamo Band started with the man himself, a truly soulful singer with inspired lyrics and raspy falsetto. Currently residing in Raleigh, NC, Adamo has lived in New York City and Nashville immersing himself in each cities music and songwriting scene. Jason recently received his first cut on a Major Label (“Beautiful Believer”) on Brett Young’s Big Machine Label Group debut LP “Brett Young”.

The Gravy Boys

September 21 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Theater, 122 East Chatham Street

The Gravy Boys are based in Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina. Their music draws deep from the well of our country’s diverse musical heritage. Their high energy shows feature heartfelt vocal harmonies, boot-stomping rhythms, lively stage banter, and honest musicianship.

Stand & Sway (Beth Wood & Ara James)

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

As a duo, Wood and James push the boundaries of soul and folk music and attempt to break down the walls that have separated the worlds of music and poetry. Wood and James Stand and Sway. The two also sit down and cry when it’s tough, laugh when it’s useless, and sing really, really loud often. They write, speak, tour, and teach poetry and singing workshops to inspire those disempowered to find their voices, because they agree that women singing unapologetically together can rattle glass ceilings.

The Cary Arts Center

101 Dry Avenue
Cary, NC 27511
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An Evening with Shawn Mullins

June 28 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Cary Arts Center, 101 Dry Avenue

After a series of indie record releases, Shawn Mullins’ critical breakthrough came when 1998 Soul’s Core album shot him to fame on the strength of its Grammy-nominated No. 1 hit, “Lullaby” followed by AAA/Americana No. 1 “Beautiful Wreck” from 2006’s 9th Ward Pickin Parlor. His song, “Shimmer” was used in promotion of the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney and was included on the Dawson’s Creek soundtrack. He co-wrote “All in My Head” which was featured in episode one of the hit TV sitcom “Scrubs.” Mullins also co-wrote the Zac Brown Band’s No. 1 country tune “Toes.” In early 2002, he formed super group The Thorns with Matthew Sweet and Peter Droge. Mullins’ most recent album My Stupid Heart, was released in 2015, the theme of which, Mullins says, can be summed up most succinctly by the song title, “It All Comes Down To Love,” the guiding force behind just about every song on the album.

IMURJ

300 S. McDowell St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
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