A weekend full of live music: 8/27-8/29


Join us downtown for live music each evening during the last weekend of August — from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. each evening, enjoy live local performances by solo artists throughout downtown.

Tune in to WCHL 97.9 FM daily to support local Chapel Hill musicians! Catch Live & Local with host Aaron Keck from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday. Visit Chapelboro.com for more information.

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Alice Osborn – Friday 8/27 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Alice Osborn will play by Talulla’s and Carolina Brewery, across from Lantern, on West Franklin St.

Alice Osborn is a Raleigh-based singer-songwriter who performs folk Americana that’s rooted in the New South. Her music features upbeat tempos, poignant lyrics, catchy melodies, and powerful vocals—check out her latest creation, Searching for Paradise, an album packed with story songs about losing and finding home and hope. She’s currently at work on an album about the powerful women’s voices of the ill-fated Donner Party. Alice’s acoustic originals are influenced by diverse artists such as Natalie Merchant, Phil Collins, and Mary Chapin Carpenter. She is the President of the NC Songwriters Co-op and the artist-in-residence for Western Wake Farmers’ Market. Alice also plays fiddle, mandolin, and bluegrass banjo.

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Andrew Kasab – Friday 8/27 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

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Catch Andrew Kasab at Epilogue on East Franklin Street.

Andrew Kasab is a Modern Folk artist, American fingerstyle guitarist, harp guitarist, baritone guitarist and singer-songwriter. He is known for combining traditional and contemporary techniques and energetic performances.

He is a nationally touring musician with over 30 years experience and has released 12 albums of solo material.

Andrew is a BMI artist and is endorsed by K&K Sound and Timberline Guitars.

Learn more about Andrew by visiting his website.

Robert Morton – Saturday 8/28 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Catch Robert Morton near Talulla’s and Carolina Brewery, across from Lantern, on West Franklin St..

Robert Morton is a musician from Chapel Hill, NC. He started writing songs during sophomore year of college to help understand himself better and connect with others over feelings such as heartbreak, compassion, loss, and finding hope. Songwriting and playing music with others has been his outlet for navigating the world around him.. Robert draws inspiration from talented artists including Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, and Jon Bellion.

Hear more at https://www.robertmortonmusic.com/

My Friend Paul – Saturday 8/28 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Paul Bogas will perform at Blue Dogwood Market.

Paul Bogas, who performs as My Friend Paul, is a singer-songwriter except for the singer part, although he has decided to sing anyway. In his youth, Paul played guitar in, and wrote songs for, various power pop bands, including The Pop Mechanics (who played at, among other places, CBGB in NYC) and in several bar bands, including the HighBeams and Bondy, who played a million places, just not necessarily that well. None of these bands would let Paul sing, or made any money, and so, disillusioned with the music business, Paul quit for 30 years. During that time he ran away to Micronesia, wrote award-winning plays, published short stories and poetry, and built two people from the ground up with a little help from their mother. One day, upon hearing a little bird, Paul had an epiphany that no one had to “let” him sing, and so he broke into song (the part about the bird is not strictly true), and because no one has been able to stop him from singing since, he has embarked on this latest and most inexplicable phase in his musical odyssey. Paul writes a mixed bag of indie pop and singer-songwriter compositions. Some of it’s weird or funny, but most of it isn’t. Some of it is so sad and beautiful that it makes Pete cry. Paul believes that vulnerability is the secret sauce of his music. In 2019, My Friend Paul released its debut EP, “Little Birds,” and I (full disclosure: I am Paul) encourage you to buy as many copies as you and your parents can afford.

Listen to My Friend Paul’s music HERE.

Wake Moody
– Sunday 8/29 6 p.m-8 p.m.

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Catch Wake Moody at Talulla’s and Carolina Brewery, across from Lantern, on West Franklin St..

Durham, NC artist Wake Moody stays focused on good vibes, with music that fuses R&B/soul with singer-songwriter pop. “My childhood was sound-tracked by my parents’ favorite R&B, classic rock and soul records,” he explains, an influence apparent in his band’s soulful live shows, featuring hypnotic grooves and three-part harmonies.

Wake Moody’s debut EP, Shivers, released March 2019. Since then he’s played at the NC State Fair, the Eno River Festival, the Pinhook, Local 506 and more.

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Enjoy music samples & find out more here.