Performed Friday June 12, 2015 at the Pittsboro Roadhouse.
Mudbones Blues Review is the brainchild of Durham harp player Butch “Mudbones” Haas. His vision was to create a blues band that would keep even the most timid dancers on their feet all night long. Butch plays harp and guitar as well as vocals and is joined by journeyman musicians from the Durham blues scene.Mark Taylor on guitar and vocals,Warren Johnson guitar and vocals,Dave Sword Drums,Ed Moon bass, TA James on studio bass recordings. Mudbones performs original and standard blues songs inflected with mojo from the 1960’s. The sound is delicately layered, and punctuated with soulful singing and melodic solos.
Performed Saturday June 13 2015 at the Pittsboro Roadhouse
New Single “Tupelo” by the Milagro Saints
TUPELOvideo of our album title track song
Posted by Milagro Saints on Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Milagro Saints Raleigh NC-based is a roots rock band. Lead singer and songwriter Mr. S.D. Ineson has described the thematically connected 10 song set as “mythological americana” where various genres, dylanesque surrealistic blues, slack alt-country, straight up folk rawk, and old timey ballads combine musically with lyrics inspired by the mythological atmospheres and locations of american roots music. Tupelo- birthplace of Elvis and John Lee Hookers flood apocalypse song, battered by Tornados, and the ever-flowing Mississippi which runs through the history of rock n’roll, deep country, folky wierdness, long gone american radio, and blind love blues.
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Milagro Saints performing A Million Times
Redleg Husky is Boot-stompin’ folk music with soul from Boone, North Carolina.
Misa Giroux (vocals, guitar, mandolin) and Tim McWilliams (vocals, guitar, banjo)
“Formed in 2012 in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Redleg Husky is an acoustic roots duo that has created a unique blend of boot-stomping folk music with soul. Consisting of Misa Giroux (vocals, guitar, mandolin) and Tim McWilliams (vocals, guitar, banjo), they have continued to captivate listeners in the Southeast, leading to features on the Alternate Root Magazine’s “5 Flying Under the Radar” and WNCW’s “Local Color,” as well as opening performances for national acts such as The Tillers and Kim Lenz and the Jaguars.
“Motivated by audiences’ positive reception of their music, Redleg Husky embarked on a 3-month DIY cross-country tour, “Across the Fields,” between June and October 2014. A huge success, the experience was one of a lifetime as well as a crash course in camping, couch surfing, and living on refried beans and peanut butter sandwiches. In total, the band performed sixty-seven shows in sixteen different states, gaining a host of new fans all throughout the nation and a voracious desire to continue on their musical journey.
“Their debut self-titled EP was recorded in Greensboro, NC, by Daniel Levi Goans (Lowland Hum) and released in January 2013, followed by their first full-length studio album Carolina, recorded at Wild Chorus Studios in Knoxville, TN, by Scott Minor (Sparklehorse) and released in March 2014. Misa and Tim are thankful that the talented Greenville, SC native, David Funderburk, was able to join them on both recordings. David performed percussion, musical saw, harmonies, and added four of his original songs to Carolina. David and his wife Heather just had a beautiful baby boy and reside in Asheville, NC, where he is still able to gig occasionally with the band.
“Redleg Husky has begun touring full-time, so check out the tour calendar for an up-to-date list of shows, and like Redleg Husky on Facebook!” (From Artist Bio on Reverbnation)
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Enjoy keyboards and singing by this duo, Laine Lipson & Avis Autry, regulars on the Pittsboro music scene, playing on acoustic nights at the Pittsboro Roadhouse and at art openings at the local art galleries.
Laine and Avis will be bringing their Valentine’s Day themed music to The Roadhouse on Thursday February 11th, 2016
Check out our Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu.
Monday - Thursday
Lunch 11am - 4pm
Dinner 4pm - 9pm
Friday and Saturday
Lunch 11am - 4pm
Dinner 4pm - 10pm