NC Revelers Big Band Orchestra

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If you love the sound of Big Bands. Love to dance. Love the feeling that only those big bands can create… call now to save your seat for NYE2016

December 31, 2015 New Year’s Eve

New Year's Eve Gala 2016, RSVP (919) 542-2432

New Year’s Eve Gala 2016, RSVP (919) 542-2432

NC Revelers Orchestra 2016

7:00 – 9:30

$10 Cover

1st Monday Nights February –  December (except in September)

Pittsboro Roadhouse, 39 West Street, Pittsboro NC, Chatham County

 Lauren Meehan singing with the NC Revelers Orchestra

You won’t believe this amazing performance. These guys are simply great!

Watch and listen to their sound from a January 2014 performance at the magnificent Grove Park Inn in Asheville.

Big Band at the Pittsboro Roadhouse 1st Mondays, except September and January.

#BigBandinPittsboro1stMondays

#ncrevelersinpittsboro

 

The Sunday Band Series

The Sunday Band Series began in historic downtown Pittsboro in April 2014 with award-winning bands performing on the Pittsboro Roadhouse stage at 39 West Street, Pittsboro, North Carolina. After a solid run of monthly band events at the Pittsboro Roadhouse on Sunday mid afternoons, the Sunday Band Series drew to a close, with the decision to bring these wonderful bands in on Friday nights! Look for the bands with cover charges, some of those are bands we first got to know through the Sunday Band Series.

Bigger Bands on Occasional Friday Nights

Look for these and more:

  • Shoot to Thrill
  • Big Time
  • The Holiday Band
  • Hip Pocket
  • Jim Quick & Coastline
  • Carolina Soul
  • Liquid Pleasure

(Updated December 22, 2015)

Wilson Entertainment Services

John Wilson of Wilson Entertainment Services, is also a vocalist, guitarist and songwriter for Chatham County’s award-nominated BigTime Party Band. Wilson is organizing the Sunday Band Series in partnership with Greg Lewis of the Pittsboro Roadhouse. “When I met Greg Lewis and we started talking,” said Wilson, “we quickly realized we had a common vision for Pittsboro as a music hub and we could partner to help it grow.”

The Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store

The bands will perform at the Pittsboro Roadhouse, one of the area’s largest restaurant and music venues, in the rear where the stage, dance floor, and bar are located. http://www.pittsbororoadhouse.com There is also a lounge from which one can see the stage and hear the music. Guests on the patio can also hear the bands. “39 West Street used to be a car dealership,” said Lewis. “There used to be a garage where the lounge is now. We installed a screened wall (and door), so when the weather is good, we raise the garage door, and fresh air and music move freely through the screened wall.”

“No other place within 30 miles of here has the caliber of food, environment and entertainment that the Pittsboro Roadhouse has – it’s entirely unique,” says Wilson.

Lynn Hoffman of Hoffman Guitars and Sounds

Lynn Hoffman of Hoffman Guitars and Sounds

Hoffman Guitars and Sound

The sound system was upgraded when the Pittsboro Roadhouse opened, but still needed work due to the large size and features of the back hall. Wilson recommended a talented sound expert, Lynn Hoffman, who makes his own sound equipment, custom electric guitars and amplifiers at Hoffman Guitars and Sound.

Within 10 days Hoffman performed acoustic analytics then designed, constructed, installed and tested a major upgrade. “I was able to put together a sound system specifically designed for the acoustics of this room,” said Hoffman. “We have a very good representation of the entire frequency spectrum, and it’s well equalized. Just about everyone I’ve talked to – performers and guests have loved the difference.”


 A Sampling of Sunday Band Series Concerts

The Invaders won the 2011 and 2012 Best Local Band in the Winston Salem Readers Choice Awards. The Invaders play Rock & Roll, Classic Rock, Southern Rock, Beach, Blues, Boogies, Soul and some Country. Len Wilson is on guitar and vocals; Jim Fulp on bass and vocals; and Bryant Bowles on drums and vocals. Though the musicians have many years of experience, they began playing as The Invaders in June 2010.

Music in Pittsboro

“The shared vision that Greg and I have for Pittsboro,” Wilson said, “and I know others see it too, is for Pittsboro’s already strong music offerings to continue to grow and develop in a way that Pittsboro becomes known as an exciting music hub. We want to be attracting people from all over the Triangle and Triad and beyond. Pittsboro and Chatham County are already a draw for art and antiques, and of course Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance in April and October.”

“If people come to The Invaders, and SHE BOP, The Castaways and The Holiday Band, and they have a good time, and this grows, we’ll be able to keep doing the Sunday Band Series and bring even bigger bands to town,” Wilson said.

Greg Lewis, owner of the Pittsboro Roadhouse added, “This opportunity to do a Sunday Band Series is happening at the right time. Spring is coming. Our sound system is at a whole new level of quality. The Pittsboro music scene is growing and attracting attention, and we’re ready to start utilizing our space more; the back part of our restaurant is essentially a music and dance hall. We want to be known as the place to come for really good food, really good music and a really good time!”

More Information

For more information about the Pittsboro Roadhouse and event scheduling contact Greg Lewis at 919-542-2432 or at greg@pittsbororoadhouse.com.

 

Pittsboro Roadhouse Ranked as Top Three Chapel Hill Music Venue

At the Pittsboro Roadhouse we’re very excited to learn that our community voted us in the Top 3 Music Venues in the greater Chapel Hill area, in 2015 by readers of Chapel Hill Magazine!

That’s Top 3 Music Venue in the greater Chapel Hill area!

Thank you! We were the only restaurant / music venue in the Top 4, following Cat’s Cradle and Memorial Hall / Carolina Performing Arts.

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Find out just how much live music we feature at The Pittsboro Roadhouse!

Pick up a Music Menu To Go at our restaurant.

Take a look at these events, many booked months ahead.

 

The Castaways

What a great show it was! Thank you to The Castaways for a great performance, our guests for being so appreciative, our staff for working a Sunday, and John Wilson of Wilson Entertainment Services for bringing another great band back to our Sunday concert series.

The Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store and Wilson Entertainment Services are proud to present The Castaways.

The Carolina Beach Music Awards “Hall Of Fame” and Award Winning Castaways are the premier party band in the Carolinas and Virginia.

Sunday June 7, 2015 – The Castaways

5:00 PM

$10.00 Cover

Kids 10 and under are free

Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Chips and Fries available for purchase
Cash bar

Like the The Castaways Band on Facebook.

Visit the The Castaways Band Website to hear their music.

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PAST DATES

Sunday May 18, 2014

The Holiday Band at the Pittsboro Roadhouse

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(Updated January, 2015)

The Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store and Wilson Entertainment Services are proud to present:

The Holiday Band at the Pittsboro Roadhouse

Sunday January 11, 2015

3:00 Doors Open
4:00 Show Starts

$10.00 Cover
Kids 10 and under are free
Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Chips and Fries available for purchase
Cash bar

The Holiday Band last played for the Sunday Band Series on June 22, 2014

Some of the previous bands in the Sunday Band Series

The Invaders,  SHE BOP, The CastawaysJim Quick & Coastline

 

 

Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute Band: Tuesday’s Gone

Lynyrd Synyrd Tribute Band Tuesday's Gone-Oct192014

 

The Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store is doing it up Southern style!!!  On Sunday, Oct. 19th, Tuesday’s Gone: The Ultimate Tribute To Lynyrd Skynyrd will be hitting the stage to bring all the greatest hits of the legendary Southern Rock group whose original lineup played their final show on Oct 19, 1977.  Three members of the band were tragically killed in an airplane crash on Oct 20, 1977 including their leader, vocalist and songwriter Ronnie Van Zant.  Their music lives on in the current version of Lynyrd Skynyrd and also with Tuesday’s Gone… who have been endorsed by Van Zant’s brother Donnie of the 1980’s hit making band .38 Special and his cousin Jimmy who is a popular recording artist within the Southern Rock community as well.  Among the hits made popular by Lynyrd Skynyrd are Sweet Home Alabama, Free Bird, Gimme Three Steps, What’s Your Name and That Smell.  

Sunday October 19

Doors Open: 3:00

Show Starts: 4:00

Show Ends: 8:00

Cover: $10

Kids 10 and Under: Free

Cash Bar and Limited Menu Available

Dance Floor, Booths, Tables, Bar, Lounge, Covered Patio

Come for a great time and an afternoon you won’t forget.

Directions

Tickets for The Tokyo Rosenthal Program – Americana Radio

How do you get tickets for The Tokyo Rosenthal Program – the live Americana Radio Show at the Pittsboro Roadhouse?

WCHL Radio Giveaways

Listen to WCHL Radio in the morning and afternoon for ticket give-aways.

The Pittsboro Roadhouse

Ask Pittsboro Roadhouse owner, Greg Lewis, or the hostess for a ticket. Click here for a map to the Roadhouse at 39 West Street, Pittsboro

The Music Loft of Carrboro

Stop by The Music Loft of Carrboro and ask for a ticket and “The Tokyo Gift“. Click the address here for a map to the Music Loft at 116 W. Main Street in Carrboro  Tel. 919-968-4411

Be in the Audience of Live Americana Radio Show

You can be part of the audience for a new Americana Radio Show recording live at the Pittsboro Roadhouse. The audio recording will be broadcast on radio stations on a delayed basis. Video will also be recorded and posted on Tokyo Rosenthal’s YouTube channel.

Because we’re recording LIVE for a syndicated radio show, premiering on WCHL starting June 14, 2014, and after that on other radio stations, we have the following suggestions for The Tokyo Rosenthal Program audience.

  • Support the Roadhouse and come early to have dinner, appetizers, drinks and desserts. Come early before 7:30 to order and start.
  • Plan to order your drinks before the show starts, by 7:45.
  • There are short breaks in the recording ever ten or more minutes.
  • Please plan on sitting quietly, except for applause and appropriate laughter during the close-to-an-hour recording.
  • If you would like to bring children, please only bring them if you know they will be comfortable sitting quietly.
  • If you would like to come with a group of friends, we welcome that, but we will ask for no talking during the show.
Want to know who the guests will be?

Click here for Americana Musician Guests on  The Tokyo Rosenthal Program.

 

SHE BOP at the Pittsboro Roadhouse

SUNDAY BAND SERIES

The Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store and Wilson Entertainment Services are proud to present:

Sunday April 27, 2014 – SHE BOP

3:30 Doors Open

4:00 Show Starts

$8.00 Cover

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Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Chips and Fries available for purchase

Cash bar

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Light Fare available for purchase. Here, a Burger and Chips at the Sunday Band Series.

 

SAVE THE DATES

Sunday May 18, 2014 – The Castaways

Sunday June 22, 2014 – The Holiday Band

 

The Pittsboro Music Scene

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Live music most evenings and some Sunday afternoons.

Vino!!
Wine Store – Occasional acoustic music with events.

The Modern Life Deli
Occasional live music.

Virlie’s Grill
Occasional live music.

Joyful Jewel
Live music for special events.

Liquidamber
Live music for Pittsboro First Sundays.

Chatham Marketplace
Occasional live music at the Saturday Farmer’s Market.

The Fairgrounds
Occasional live music concerts.

The Courthouse Plaza

Live music on Pittsboro First Sundays and special occasions.

Pittsboro Roadhouse
On Stage live music every weekend
Swing Bands First Mondays and Tuesdays
Acoustic music with dinner Tuesdays and Thursdays & with Sunday Buffet Brunch
Occasional concerts on other days.

Shakori Hills
May and October Grassroots Festivals every year with national , regional and local performers.

Fearrington Village “The Roost”
Thursday and Saturday late afternoons

Music Menu

Music Menu

We love live music. We love showcasing local talent. We love exciting our guests with great music and a lot of fun. At the Pittsboro Roadhouse we have live music five to six days a week.

We’re always reaching out to new bands and solo players, as well as to bands that you’ve shown you love by coming out to listen and dine and dance.

Know a great band that will draw a crowd? Email us at music@pittsbororoadhouse.com.

With so much music, we constantly have to update our Music Menu. You’ll see the Music to go Menu’s on the tables, and those are for you – to read, and to take home to remember what you want to return to hear!

Would you like a copy of our Music Menu printed on a regular sized page? Click the orange button below to get our Most Up-to-Date Music Menu.

Music Menu to Go

Print out a copy for your Fridge, Office Bulletin Board, or to share with your friends.  Updated 10/30/2013

Wednesdays

Every Wednesday is live Karaoke (at least the singing is live!) or Open Mic with Bradley Junell, Raleigh Event DJ.

Tuesdays and First Sundays

Tuesday Nights and Pittsboro First Sundays at noon we have solo or duos / trios playing acoustic music for the front dining area. Nothing like a little music to make a dinner special. It’s not Italian singers and accordions or violins, and it’s not the Mexican trios going table to table with different sizes of guitars, it’s American musicians in the blues or folk or rock or country tradition playing mostly American music.

Thursdays

Thursday nights we choose smaller bands or bands that are primarily acoustic, for a relaxing dinner experience.

Fridays and Saturdays

Friday and Saturday nights we like to bring in bigger bands, with a bigger sound, so we all feel the excitement. Many of our bands play danceable music.