Save the Music Lineup — Saturday June 5


We’ll see you downtown as our Save the Music Outdoor Performance series continues
Saturday from 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

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.

Jason Bales

Jason Bales will perform at Talulla’s.

Jason Bales is one half of the songwriting duo behind Durham, NC Americana/rock and roll band The Yardarm. His songwriting combines elements of folk, country and rock and roll, bringing together a sound reminiscent of Townes Van Zandt, Nick Drake and Tom Petty.

Prior to starting The Yardarm in 2017, he played in Lansing, MI twang-rockers Flatfoot with his brother Aaron, recording three albums before moving to NC in 2007. Along with Yardarm shows, Jason plays solo shows that showcase original songs not typically played in sets with The Yardarm and delve into covers that have influenced his songwriting.

Laura Faughtenberry

Listen to Laura in front of Que Chula/140 West Franklin.

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.

Follow Laura on Instagram.

Listen to her original songs and covers on YouTube.

Alice Osborn

Alice Osborn will play at Blue Dogwood Public Market (at 306 W. 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.

Click the image above for more info or listen here.


Catch Harbors at Peace and Justice Plaza @ 179 E. Franklin St.

Harbors are an alternative band from Chapel Hill, NC formed in August 2019. Influenced by bands like the National, Sonic Youth, and Ride; Harbors have an energetic, dreamy, introspective sound going from walls of sound to ambient passages and everything in between. Harbors have performed for the Carrboro Music Festival and Dwarf Star live streams and are looking forward to playing out live again. They have also recorded an album at Nightsound Studios in Carrboro that can be heard here