Red Stick Ramblers

Hard driving, witty, eclectic, and honest, the music of the Red Stick Ramblers is inseparable from their way of life and the rich Louisiana culture that first inspired them. My Suitcase Is Always Packed is their newest album on Sugar Hill Records. It is as much a travelogue as a sound recording, complete with audio snapshots of relentless all-night dances, laid back campfire sessions, dusty honky-tonks, and raucous family reunions.

The Kruger Brothers

Kruger Brothers performances are exciting, calming, entertaining and spontaneous, reflecting their sheer joy in playing music. Their virtuoso playing combined with the manner in which they interact with each other and with their audience makes every concert a unique experience. The Kruger Brothers' musical style defies definition, encompassing all styles of music through their personal individual development, classical European musical influences, and love of the American spirit.

Winter Music Festival - Day One

Bearfoot - 6 p.m.

Traditional Stage at First Night Raleigh

Enjoy a rare co-bill performance featuring Jeff Little, Wayne Henderson and Helen White on the Traditional Stage at First Night Raleigh. Henderson is a renowned finger-style Appalachian guitar player who received a National Heritage Award in 1995 from the National Endowment for the Arts. Helen White is an award-winning singer, multi-instrumentalist, and composer, and one of the founders of North Carolina's Junior Appalachian Musicians program. North Carolina native Jeff Little is a piano player who was influenced by the stringband music traditions of the Blue Ridge.

Mappamundi

Canned food donations will be accepted at this concert for the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. Featuring strong harmony vocals and a range of instruments including fiddle, viola, English concertina, bowed dulcimer, acoustic bass, guitar, bouzouki, piano, trombone, recorder, bandura, zither, and more, this band performs acoustic world music from places ranging from Eastern and Western Europe, the British Isles, Colonial America, and recently, Latin America.

The Travelin' McCourys

Brothers Ronnie and Rob McCoury, the sons of bluegrass legend Del McCoury, continue their father's work--a lifelong dedication to the power of bluegrass music to bring joy into people's lives. With fiddler Jason Carter and bassist Alan Bartram, the Travelin' McCourys extend the roots of bluegrass music into the new century.

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