Sunday Music with The Bluesmasters
John Dee Holeman & Tad Walters
Sunday May 19, 4-7pm No Cover
We're serving lunch and dinner noon until 8pm!
Join us for another fun Sunday with two masters of the blues.
Tad Walters is a blues musician from Raleigh, NC. He started his professional career at 17, and
has played with many of the legends of the genre including Bob Margolin, Pinetop Perkins, Billy Boy Arnold, Dave Myers, John
Jackson, John D Holeman, Big Bill Morganfield, Willie Smith, Hubert Sumlin, and many others. Tad is quite adept at all of
the different "styles" of blues, and takes great pride in his own songs, such as "Cold Blooded Murder",
and "Break 'Em on Down".
Dee Holeman was born in Orange County, North Carolina in 1929. He is a blues artist that played with musicians who had learned
directly from Blind Boy Fuller. He possesses an expressive blues voice and is a wonderful guitarist incorporating both Piedmont
and Texas guitar styles. A recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage fellowship and a North Carolina
Folk Heritage award, John Dee has toured the U.S, Europe and Asia.
Every Monday 7:30-10
Ben Palmer's Jazz Jam with Dot Combo
This Monday We'll be raising money for Welcome Baby's Cribs for Kids Program. The BNG
will donate 10% of the days business to support their cause.
and hear some of the best jazz musicians in the triangle every Monday night.
Every Tuesday, 8-11pm
Open Blues Jam with Butch Haas & Co.
You never know who will show up at this jam and it is always a
great night for the blues.
Wednesday May 13
3rd Wednesday Beer Tasting
A Pair of Aces
Blues & Classics
May 16, 7pm
Edwards, Alice Zincone & Rick Lafleur
Lightnin’ performs a vast repertoire of traditional Bluegrass music, original songs, and also incorporate songs from
other genres that have been re-imagined in the Bluegrass style. All three artists are songwriters and have extensive studio
recording experience. With a trio of vocalists, Carolina Lightnin’ presents a variety of vocal combinations and delivers
virtuoso instrumental performances.
Friday May 18
After Work Party with:
The Duke Street
Too Much Fun
Too Much Fun has been playing it's unique style of rootsy, rocking, rhythm
and blues for the last twenty five years and with the release of their latest album, they are at the top of their game. Great
grooves, great lyrics, great playing.
Too Much Fun is American roots, rock, and rhythm & blues at it's finest.
Be sure to catch CFBB, a fun band with some of
the triangles top musicians, featuring Alan Heckle and hot smoking hot guitar playing and Dave Youngman on Keys, guitar and
sax. It's always a good show.
The Blue Note Grill offers hickory smoked BBQ & Ribs along with
live music. Nothing fancy here just good food and music in a cozy atmosphere.
4125 Durham Chapel Hill Boulevard
Durham, NC 27707