Like all of his colleagues, Caleb Caudle is stuck at home now, deprived not only of the touring income he depends on but also of the constant motion he acclimatized to over the past 10 years. This summer, Caleb spoke about tobacco memories, the lonely grind of the road, and the unpretentious essence of North Carolina musicians.
From Historic Halifax in the east to Horne Creek Farm in the west, many state historic sites will be backdrops for Singing on the Land, a new virtual music project highlighting treasured North Carolina landmarks.
In 2012, Mipso performed at the @Cat's Cradle for the first time ever. That night the Cradle took a chance on the fledgling college group, now one of North Carolina's foremost folk bands, and it was a pivotal moment in the Chapel Hill-based band's story.
As 2019 draws to a close, we are reflecting on some of the biggest moments of Come Hear North Carolina this year. We’ve compiled our favorite moments from every Music at the Mansion, a special concert series celebrating North Carolina’s vibrant and diverse musical traditions hosted by First Lady Kristin Cooper at the N.C. Executive Mansion.
The Cat’s Cradle might be North Carolina’s most storied music venue. Established in 1969, the venue has presented some of the best local and national acts to music-loving college students for generations.
As 2019 draws to a close, we are reflecting on some of the biggest moments of Come Hear North Carolina this year. Over the last 12 months, we published dozens of video's profiling musicians venues and one-of-a-kind concert series in North Carolina. We’ve compiled the 10 most popular videos of the year.
As 2019 draws to a close, we are reflecting on some of the biggest moments of Come Hear North Carolina this year. In celebration of the North Carolina Year of Music, we published a story a day about music in our state on this blog, and we’ve compiled the 10 most popular stories of the year