Wilmington track: 14 presentations to look, Nov. 13-18 – Information – Wilmington Superstar Information

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Wilmington music: 14 shows to see, Nov. 13-18 - News - Wilmington Star News


From gypsy jazz and symphony pops to the general live performance of the season at Greenfield Lake and a pair of bonus presentations iin Jacksonville.

Axtell Duo

Nov. 13 @ Juggling Gypsy

Katrina Axtell traveled to Buenos Aires for varsity, and whilst attending an area jam she met solo performer Julian Hernandez. They shaped this candy, raspy duo, busking on trains and subways and writing melodic people songs in English and Spanish. Main points: eight p.m. doorways, 9:30 p.m. display, Tuesday, 1612 Citadel St., Wilmington.

Wilmington Symphony Pops

Nov. 13 @ CFCC Wilson Heart

Emmy- and Tony-winning actor David Hyde Pierce will function particular visitor host for this live performance, which is co-presented via the Cucalorus Level collection. Performances will center of attention on track from the flicks, that includes well-known ratings from such motion pictures as “Batman,” “The Red Panther,” “Ben Hur,” “Lord of the Rings” and extra. Buster Keaton’s “One Week” will display screen with an unique orchestral ranking via silent movie composer Andrew E. Simpson. Main points: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, 701 N. 3rd St., Wilmington. $40-$85 taxes and costs.

Velvet Caravan

Nov. 15 @ Thalian Corridor

Virtuosity and a tasty mixture of Latin, gypsy track and acoustic swing jazz make this Savannah, Georgia, band a head-spinning act to soak up. Their composition, from participants to stylistic alternatives (like a fab Paul Simon quilt), have allowed them to discover a domestic in quite a few venues (The Iridium, The Jazz Nook) and track gala’s (SXSW). Main points: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 310 Chestnut St., Wilmington. $15-$32

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Demun Jones

Nov. 15 @ Hooligans Tune Corridor

Former singer for Southern rock and alt-hip-hop act Rehab, Jones carries on with a country-meets-hip-hop sound. The track combines down-home storytelling with old-school rap supply on songs like “The Muddy Muddy” and “My The town.” With Seckond Chanyce & Charley Farley. Main points: 7 p.m. doorways, eight p.m. display, Thursday, 2620 Onslow Power, Jacksonville. $15 upfront.

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Shay Martin Lovette

Nov. 16 @ Bourgie Nights

Album free up for “Swift Drifter” from a young, soulful Boone singer-songwriter whose track is a refined combine of folks, nation and comfortable rock. With Stray Native and Earleine. Main points: eight p.m. doorways, Nine p.m. display, Friday, 127 Princess St., Wilmington. $7 upfront, $10 day of display.

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Electrical Love System

Nov. 16 @ The Whiskey

Baltimore band’s “area disco-future wave” description is moderately the mouthful, however no doubt spot-on. Their track is epic but soothing — believe Rush as a spaced out, improvisational digital jam band and you have got a get started. Lush with synth, Latin rhythms, ’70s soul, length-worthy tracks and a cabinet’s price of flavors, the band’s exploration is worthy of a Tolkien novel. Main points: 10 p.m. Friday, 1 S. Entrance St., Wilmington.

The Remarks

Nov. 16 @ Satellite tv for pc Bar & Living room

Easy and with slightly of swagger, this Boone band dips into pop whilst echoing ’60s people, rock and tiny bits of psychedelic of their laid again indie rock sound. Catchy, smoldering songs are wealthy in melody, with cool, husky vocals from Aaron Aiken on their album “If Higher Learn in Pictures.” Main points: 7 p.m. Friday, 120 Greenfield St., Wilmington.

Hudson Falcons

Nov. 16 @ Reggie’s 42nd Boulevard Tavern

Two Wilmington bands sign up for New Jersey’s Hudson Falcons, a long-running blue collar rock ‘n’ roll band whose track appears like a gutsy, heart-on-your-sleeve mix of The Smithereens, Springsteen and The Gaslight Anthem. With Slomo Dingo and Rocket 77. Main points: 10 p.m. Friday, 1415 S. 42nd St., Wilmington.

RC and the Moonpie Band

Nov. 17 @ The Rusty Nail

Unlock display for Inexperienced Swamp roots and blues band’s new album “All Time.” The album’s identify observe units the tone with some feisty guitar paintings, turning in a biting, swagger-filled ship off to a spurned lover. Their sophomore effort takes steps ahead, turning in now and again smoldering songs intended for a Saturday evening. Main points: 7 p.m. doorways, eight p.m. display, Saturday, 1320 S. 5th Ave., Wilmington.

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Blue Cactus

Nov. 17 @ Bourgie Nights

Steph Stewart and Mario Arnez play classic-country-flavored tunes that run the gamut of rough-and-tumble honky-tonk and lonely ballads. The duo performed for a number of years in N.C. Americana act Steph Stewart & the Boyfriends. With people singer Chris Frisina, who is taking part in his closing Wilmington display prior to heading to Asheville. Main points: 7:30 p.m. doorways, eight p.m. display, Saturday, 127 Princess St., Wilmington. $10 upfront, $12 day of display. 

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The Groove Orient

Nov. 17 @ The Whiskey

Colourful, groove-heavy rock ‘n’ roll band from Orlando combines jazz and rock, showcasing them in a amusing, experimental method. Songs are stuffed with wandering, funky guitar and keys. With Voodoo Visionary. Main points: 10 p.m. Saturday, 1 S. Entrance St., Wilmington.

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New Politics

Nov. 17 @ Greenfield Lake Amphitheater

Ultimate display of the yr at Greenfield Lake. Danish band whose dance rock sound is a mixture of punk, pop, and digital track. Signed to Fall Out Boy Pete Wentz’s label, the band delivers anthemic songs that make for upbeat, festive track. With The Ranking and Bikini Trill. Main points: 6 p.m. gates, 7 p.m. display, Saturday, 1941 Amphitheater Power, Wilmington. $20-$25.

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Doyle

Nov. 18 @ The Calico Room

Alex Tale, the previous guitarist for horror-punk band The Misfits, is traveling in fortify of “As We Die,” which lands between steel and hardcore. Doyle has been taking part in right here continuously and his present mission shaped in 2013. With two albums so far, Alabama-born singer Tale provides guttural, sizzling vocals. Main points: 10 p.m. Sunday, 107 S. Entrance St.,  Wilmington.

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Dangerous Omens

Nov. 18 @ Hooligans Tune Corridor

Dangerous Omens is a Los Angeles steel band that was once a part of the 2017 Trucks Warped Excursion. Towards stark, private lyrics, their sound strikes from attractive, sluggish melodies to sizzling supply on a self-titled debut by way of Sumerian Information. With Valleys, Beak the Skyline and Demise of Uriah. Main points: 7 p.m. doorways, eight p.m. display, Sunday, 2620 Onslow Power, Jacksonville. $13 upfront, $15 day of display. 

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