MUSIC EVERYWHERE TOWN HALL MEETING – Tickets – Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NC – June 4th, 2019



Sinners & Saints

Tue 6/4

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 9:00 pm)

Neighborhood Theatre


Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Location: Neighborhood Theater
511 E. 36th Street (NoDa)
Charlotte, NC
Time: 7pm – 9pm (After show featuring Sinners & Saints performance)

Complimentary appetizers & non-alcoholic beverages – Cash Bar Available

If you are a musician, sound professional, music industry professional, provide services to the music industry or are a fan of music we invite you to join us for this exciting about the long-term economic development initiative that will enhance Charlotte’s music scene and industry…Music Everywhere!

Confirmed Speakers:
Rick Thurmond – Music Everywhere & Charlotte Center City Partners
Larken Egleston – City of Charlotte Councilman
Tariq Bokhari – City of Charlotte Councilman
Tim Scott – Music Everywhere & Charlotte Center City Partners
Taiwo Jaiyeoba – City of Charlotte Planning Director

Music Everywhere is working to bring positive change to the Charlotte music scene! This is your opportunity to hear about the plans and be a part of this positive change! Make your plans to join us and spread the word to your peers! All are welcome!
Sinners & Saints
Sinners & Saints
Since the band’s formation in 2011, Charlotte, NC country crooners Sinners & Saints have brought their live show to many a main stage or festival with a combination of regional tours in the Southeast and regular appearances across their native Charlotte. The band has shared the stage with the likes of Flogging Molly, Shovel and Rope, 500 Miles to Memphis, Bombadil and many others as they seek to spread their whiskey drinking, shit kickin’, sweet loving music to as many ears as they can find. Their 2014 release, Love and Misery also brings the band’s first partnership with Silent Uproar Records, who will help with the promotion and distribution of the release.

The band features Perry Fowler on guitar, vocals, kick snare, and harmonica and Mark Baran on stand-up bass, vocals, kick drum, tenor banjo. Their latest album was recorded by Electromagnetic Radio Recorders in Winston Salem, NC in the fall of 2013. Other southern talent EMRR has worked in the past include The Avett Brothers, The Wood Brothers, Mad Tea Party, Overmountain Men, Lou Ford, and Poprocket. Love and Misery also features special guest Geoff White of Overmountain Men, Appalucia, and Leadville Social Club playing fiddle, mandolin, and 5 string banjo.
Venue Information:
Neighborhood Theatre
511 East 36th Street
Charlotte, NC, 28205

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