In Concert  

In this ongoing treatise on the performing arts, we examine the best performing musicians upon the stage.



The Barefoot Movement returned to the region to play Greenville's Concert in the Park, Sunday, July 29, 2012, and it was a rousing success.
The Good Lovelies expressed themselves in a manner that they are well acquainted to: The perfectly constructed, well blended harmonies of three lovely ladies singing as one.
Yes, it is true that Lipbone Redding and the Lipbone Orchestra did "return for a second helping at the Turnage Theater."
The new year, 2011, rolled around and while one may well wonder - will the the Turnage Foundation their financial ship - one could be at least thankful for the wonderful shows booked for presentation later in the year.
For the few years that the Turnage Theater did operate as an ongoing concern, they did book at least one Christmas show each year. In 2009, they booked, and I did attend "Christmas the Cowboy Way, featuring the Riders in the Sky.
Chapter II is the continuation of a series that began with The Turnage Theater in Images: a Retrospect in Melody - Chapter I.
The renovated and recently revived Turnage Theater has fallen on some pretty hard times as of late, and is being forced to shutter its doors.
The Good Lovelies, three young, talented, and yes, they are lovely in their essential togetherness of spirit and harmony, made their one night stand at the Turnage Theater, and made their indelible, however transitory, mark upon the history of the theater's best musical moments.
Lipbone Redding returned to the familiar haunts of the Turnage Theater to deliver a second helping of his trademark Latin flavored rendition of American Rhythm and Blues.
Molasses Creek kicked off their concert tour in Washington, NC that will culminate in their new, yet to be released CD, "Catharsis."
April Verch brought her fiddle, the balance of her trio, and the Ottawa Valley Stepdancing to the Turnage Theater, and most everybody had a high ole time.
The Turnage Theater celebrated Christmas early: "The Cowboy Way."
Missy brought the boys to town to play the Turnage Theater and their unique, functioning blend of jazz, rock, country, and bluegrass blew me away.
On Saturday night, October 17, 2007, came to the Turnage Theater in Washington, North Carolina for a reunion of sorts: as a band and with many of the members of the crowd.
The young and very talented traditional / bluegrass ensemble, Bearfoot, is one of the best new, relatively undiscovered bands of their generation.
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