Hot Rize with special guest Red Knuckles & The Trail Blazers

Hot Rize performances are almost as rare as their studio recordings, as each band member has a highly successful solo career, and PineCone is honored to host Hot Rize in Raleigh during their limited fall 2011 tour. And thanks to The Busy Bee Cafe in Raleigh - they'll be offering a 10% discount on your meal if you bring your ticket stub to eat there before or after the show!

GrassStreet

GrassStreet, based in central North Carolina, has entertained fans of all ages for over 6 years. Their mixture of original material and bluegrass standards along with their unique ability to cover musical styles ranging from rock to blues to jazz set them apart from the average bluegrass band. They pride themselves on an entertaining and high energy stage show full of the right balance of musical precision and humor.

The Del McCoury Band

The Del McCoury Band is one of the most talented, revered and vital groups in the modern bluegrass era. In 2009, Del McCoury celebrated 50 years as a professional musician. One of the greatest ambassadors for traditional bluegrass, Del has been no less acclaimed for embracing offshoots of the genre, embodying both aspects of his career through his annual Delfest music festival, where tradition is both honored and extended by the presentation of a wide array of bluegrass and string music performances.

Alejandro Santoyo

Alejandro Santoyo will debut a new, original composition of his own creation, inspired by photographs taken be José Galvez, at this special Music of the Carolinas concert! Santoyo will also perform other original works that he has composed during his career.

Patrick & Cathy Sky

Patrick & Cathy Sky bring their considerable musical talents to the PineCone stage with a program of Irish reels, jigs, and hornpipes that they play on the fiddle and the Irish Uilleann pipes.

Boo Hanks

James Arthur "Boo" Hanks is an 83-year-old acoustic blues guitarist with roots in the Piedmont string band and blues traditions. He saved money for his first guitar by selling packets of garden seeds, picking out the same old-time songs he heard his father playing after long days in the tobacco field. As a young man in the 1940s, Hanks earned pocket change playing guitar at barn dances with his cousins accompanying him on mandolin and spoons.

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