OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW Comes to Duke Energy Center

OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW Comes to Duke Energy CenterOld Crow Medicine Show will be performing their newest album, 50 Years Of Blonde On Blonde, in its entirety, for one night only in Raleigh! The night will feature two sets by the band with an intermission and encores.

Last year, in celebration of 50 years since the release of Dylan's iconic 1966 double LP Blonde on Blonde, Old Crow covered the album in its entirety for a performance at the CMA Theater, located inside the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. 50 Years of Blonde on Blonde is a live recording of what Rolling Stone called "that night's epic performance." Old Crow Medicine Show is: Chance McCoy (guitar, fiddle, banjo, vocals); Kevin Hayes (guitjo, vocals); Ketch Secor (fiddle, harmonica, banjo, vocals); Morgan Jahnig (upright bass); Critter Fuqua (slide guitar, banjo, guitar, vocals), and Cory Younts (mandolin, keyboards, drums, vocals).

Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 18 at 10am. Tickets range from $29 - 49.00, plus taxes and fees. Tickets will be available at DukeEnergyCenterRaleigh.com, (800)745-3000 or visit the Duke Energy Center Box Office Monday - Friday 9am - 5:30pm.

PineCone is a year-round source for roots music fans in the Triangle region of North Carolina, a state with deep roots in the tradition of making music. North Carolina is home to some of the finest singers, songwriters, musicians, and luthiers in the world. Ballad singing, blues, bluegrass, gospel, and old-time string band music are just some examples of the folk music traditions passed down through generations that remain prominent in our communities today. Founded in 1984, PineCone, the Piedmont Council of Traditional Music, is a non-profit organization that presents more than 200 programs annually, including more than 30 concerts, youth programs, participatory jams and sessions, and a weekly radio show. Since 2013, PineCone has also been the producer of PNC presents Wide Open Bluegrass, the festival component of the International Bluegrass Music Association's World of Bluegrass.

Broadway Series South, a division of the City of Raleigh, has proudly served the Triangle for more than 20 years in presenting First National Broadway touring shows. Acting in conjunction with the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Broadway Series South has brought show stoppers to our community such as Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Disney's The Lion King, Miss Saigon, Cats, Riverdance, Mamma Mia, and Jersey Boys atop many others. We have provided unparalleled service in hosting thousands of theater patrons and guests spanning both within and outside of state lines. Our hope is to continue our contribution to the diverse and dynamic arts presence in the Triangle in the years to come.

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