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🎶 🏛️ Davis Theatre Offers Intimate Musical Experience

Contributor: Jamie Richardson   The Davis Theatre in downtown Concord is a cultural hub with intimate performances and historic charm. Concord (Downtown Concord) | Cabarrus Arts Council 📍 65 Union St S, Concord, NC 28026 Website | Facebook | Instagram Nestled in the heart of downtown Concord, the Davis Theatre has long been celebrated as a cultural hub, offering vibrant performances that resonate with its audience. Set in the beautifully renovated 1876 historic courthouse, it sets the stage for an intimate musical experience. With only 227 seats, every seat is close to the performance,...

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The Hatley Family

The Hatley Family of Stanfield represents five generations of music. The bluegrass/gospel group consists of a father, his four children, and one daughter-in-law. Seating is first come first serve.  

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Damn Tall Buildings

Called “The Carter Family for the millennial generation” by the Boston Globe, Damn Tall Buildings is a tight, harmonizing, swinging trio that specializes in bluegrass but also expertly ventures through jazz, ragtime, country swing, and contemporary singer-songwriter styles. Most of all, they are FUN – it is just clear as can be that they are having a blast on stage and enjoying taking the audience along for the ride. Guitarist/lead vocalist Max Capistran, bassist/lead vocalist Sasha Dubyk, and fiddler/vocalist Avery Ballotta will have you tapping your toes and grinning ear-to-ear from the moment...

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Tray Wellington Band

Tray Wellington Band is a high energy acoustic Newgrass group led by banjo virtuoso and two-time International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) award winner Tray Wellington. This group, made up of Josiah Nelson, Nick Weitzenfeld, and Katelynn Lowe, pushes the boundaries of bluegrass music by incorporating bossa nova, jazz, and blues elements to create a unique, new exciting sound that simultaneously pays tribute to their bluegrass heroes before them. They have opened for a number of premiere artists in bluegrass, including Dan Tyminski and Joe Mullins and have performed at many premier festivals,...

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