Save the Music Sunday — April 25 lineup


We are excited to announce our first Sunday edition of our Save the Music street performance series this week! Saturday’s forecast includes cool temperatures and possible rain, so plan on getting to-go food or dining inside on April 24, then returning to outdoor dining with us along Franklin St. on Sunday, April 25.

Get a late lunch and/or drinks at your favorite downtown restaurant or bar, then enjoy the afternoon downtown! Take the opportunity to stroll Franklin St., shop, and hear all of the musicians. Please stay socially distanced and safe.

See you from 2 – 4 p.m.!

Continue to mind the 3Ws in accordance with all state and Orange Co. public health guidelines. Do not gather/crowd around the artists, do give a tip and applause from a nearby outdoor seating spaces.

This event series will support the artists who don’t have stadiums, concert halls or clubs to perform in. Know a performer looking to get paid for their talent? We are accepting new performer submissions all spring HERE.

Wake Moody

Catch Wake Moody at 140 West Franklin St. between Rosemary Street & Franklin Street, along Church Street (near Que Chula).

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.

Pajama Day

Listen to Pajama Day at Peace & Justice Plaza.

Learn more about Pajama Day here. Louis Van Houtven is the lead singer/guitarist, Mile Vaisey is the band’s drummer, Ali Gotelli plays the bass, and Luke Balagot is the lead guitarist and backup vocalist.

Dan Kelo

Dan Kelo will play on E. Franklin Street, just east of Epilogue Cafe.

Dan Kelo is a singer/songwriter/musician currently playing guitar in a band called Harbors. Harbors has an album set for release this month and Dan is working on releasing a new solo album in the months to come as well.

Dan will perform a half-hour set of original acoustic guitar/vocal material and will continue performing into the evening with covers.

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