November Second Weekend features live music Friday & Saturday

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This is our third Second Weekend of Fall 2021 (the second Friday and Saturday) every month, including the Chapel Hill-Carrboro 2nd Friday Art Walks.

Join us November 12th & 13th for art and music. For those that loved Save the Music, we present our new live music series: Downtown Live. 

Catch local artists, bands and DJs throughout downtown as we continue to support our music and business community by providing outdoor options to enjoy music while dining, drinking, shopping and experiencing our downtown.

We hope Downtown Live on Second Weekends and Carolina game days will become a staple for you to enjoy with us as local live music makes downtown the place to be.

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Love local music? 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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Stevan Jackson
Friday 11/12 from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at the West End/Talulla’s
(456 W. Franklin St.)

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Stevan Jackson will perform at West Franklin Street (by Talulla’s & Carolina Brewery, across from Lantern).

One can see Stevan wearing several hats. One of those is as a singer-songwriter, writing melodies and lyrics to songs in different genres and with multi-variant themes. He uses different instruments as vehicles to convey the message of his songs to his audience. Stevan also composes instrumental pieces for Celtic harp, guitar, piano, mandolin, and banjo. Shows performed by Stevan often encompasses only his original material.

As a performer of traditional ballads and stories, Stevan sings material with messages that will move an audience as well as make them think about life. Like a silversmith who produces fine works of jewelry and other precious items, Stevan is a tunesmith who, through the use of a variety of musical instruments, weaves together song and story with a magical flair. During his eclectic weaving, the audience may hear Celtic harp, guitar, banjo, mandolin, dulcimer, Autoharp, or tin whistle intertwined in the background of a song or a story. Or he may weave melody and counter melody into an instrumental solo of fine musical lace and filigree within a folk, classical, pop, jazz, or original melodic setting. Much of his material highlights music from different cultures in an informative and entertaining manner.

Learn more about Stevan Jackson by visiting his website.

Laura [ @LMSongs ]
Saturday 11/13 from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at 140 West Plaza/Que Chula

Laura has been signing her entire life, but just learned to play guitar last year (2019). She sings pop/r&b songs and plays the electric guitar. Laura is a staple in our downtown Chapel Hill live music scene.

Follow Laura on Instagram. Listen to her original songs and covers on YouTube.

Andrew Kasab
Saturday 11/13 from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at W. Franklin St. /Talulla’s
(456 W. Franklin St.)

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Catch Andrew Kasab at Talulla’s on West 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.

Scott Bouldin
Saturday 11/13 from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. at Blue Dogwood Public Market
(306 W. Franklin St.)

Scott will play on the patio at Blue Dogwood Public Market.

Check out Scott’s music on Spotify.