Country and Covers as the Seasons Change – Live Music September 5-7, 2013
The seasons might be changing, but we are still bringing you full weekends of music at the Pittsboro Roadhouse. Located less than an hour away from Raleigh, North Carolina, we offer a delicious and homey dining experience alongside our weekly entertainment. No matter where you are in the Triangle Region, you won’t regret a drive out to Pittsboro Roadhouse this week. We hope you’ll join us for a weekly dose of food, friends, and fun!
Eager to start your weekend early? Karaoke Night with Raleigh Event DJ will help you through the rest of your week! From 6:30-8:30 this Wednesday night, September 4th, listen to our talented patrons entertain you. If you’re feeling brave, pick out your favorite song and sing along for us. Either way, we know you’ll have fun and relax after a long day at work with new editions of your favorite songs.
Bill Baucom and Impulsive Tattoo
Interested in some jazzy covers of timeless 50’s, 60’s and 70’s tunes? You’ll be singing along to classic favorites this Thursday, September 5th. Aubrey Herbert, Bill Baucom and Jim Baird, the members of Impulsive Tattoo, will play harmony-rich renditions of The Beatles, Aretha Franklin, James Taylor, and many more at 7 p.m. on the Pittsboro Roadhouse Stage. Grab a seat early – this show is bound to be a hit!
Huckleberry Blue ($5 cover)
This local country favorite knows how to rock! Come join us this Friday, September 6th, to hear that familiar Nashville sound in every song as they cover and reimagine great country tunes. That being said, this is not your grandfather’s country band; they infuse each song with a contemporary feel using a good banjo groove and strong guitar riffs. They’re a local favorite of ours, so grab a seat – the show starts at 8 p.m. and only costs $5!
Pagan Hellcats are another local favorite that are bringing back their Americana/Country sound to the Roadhouse Stage this Saturday, September 7th. Their original tunes will get stuck in your head and keep you tapping your feet to the beat. A bluesy feel keeps their sound fresh and new. Make sure to stop in, have some dinner, and enjoy the show; it starts at 8 p.m.
What Music is Coming Up?
Want to see what’s playing at the Roadhouse for weeks ahead? Visit any one of these sites:
Questions? Call 919-542-2432
Wednesdays 11 – 9 pm. Thursdays 11 – 9 pm. Friday & Saturdays 11 – 10 pm.