709 Washington Street, Durham, North Carolina 27701

8th Annual NEWTONANNY

December 20, 2017  ·  Wednesday * 7pm * NO Cover

Only the best Chrusmus progrum in the south! 1 million special guest musicians and the best dressed people in the Triangle.

In its 8th year at The Blue Note Grill in Durham, the Newtonanny is a sing-a-long of seasonal songs with Rebecca Newton and family – Phil Lee (the Mighty King of Love). Barry Gray. Nancy Middleton. Jefferson Hart. Lance White. Lindsay Rosebrock. Leslie Land. Jeff Wall – and many more guests to be announced!  One of the all-time favorite sub-events is the “Hideous Christmas Couture” contest, where Triangle residents sport their finest (or worst) seasonal clothes. There WILL be prizes.

House Band
Jonathan Wilson (drums)
Lindsay Rosebrock (piano)
Tommy Goldsmith (guitar)

Special Guests
Lance White
Jeff Hart
Stan Lewis
Emma Davis, Abby, Molly (1st set)
Barry Gray
Mike Gaffney
Phil Lee (vocals, guitar)
Mike Babyak
LaNelle Davis (guitar, vocal)
Steve Eisenstadt (bass)
Leslie Land (bass, 1st set)
Nancy Middleton (2nd set)
Jeff Wall
Jonathan Sway Wilson
Laura Jane Vincent
Glenn Jones

and FJ Ventre will be doing sound. Carolyn Covalt will be managing musicians. Bring the kids for the first set!

It’s the Triangle area’s biggest annual Sing-a-long of the year. Good food, good friends, good fun and really good music!

NEWTONANNY BOOK DRIVE TO BENEFIT BOOK HARVEST!
Bring your new and gently used children’s books to the 8th Annual Newtonanny, December 20 at the Blue Note Grill. Last year we collected over 200 books at the event.

Books collected will be donated to Book Harvest, a Triangle nonprofit that provides books to local children in need, year round. (over 150,000 last year).

We know that growing up with plenty of books from birth helps children be kindergarten-ready, succeed in school, and develop a lifelong love of reading. Together, we can help ALL our kids succeed in school and in life — simply by sharing our books! We need books for children 0-18.⋅

Keep up with who’s coming via the Newtonanny Facebook page