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We love showcasing the fabulous music that originates right here in the Triangle.
The Gravy Boys — A show with The Gravy Boys promises to provide boot-stompin' fun with vocal harmonies and lively banter. With three of the bandmates being brothers, the boisterous jeering comes naturally, and makes the audience feel like they're at a family gathering.
The Bluegrass Battleship — Displaying the full range of American music and featuring delicious three- and four-part harmonies, you will be amazed by this group that has its origins right here in Chapel Hill-Carrboro.
The Gravy Boys hail from Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina and perform Acoustic Americana music that draws deep from the well of our country's diverse musical heritage. Their high energy shows feature heartfelt vocal harmonies, boot-stomping rhythms, lively stage banter, and honest musicianship.
The Gravy Boys are story tellers who spin their tales through tight, brother-duet vocals over a vintage acoustic backdrop. They take classic American themes and bring them into the present day, with an authentic passion that resonates with all who listen.
They have released 3 CDs of original music: Crackerjack Whistle (2012), Dust Bowl Lover (2009), and Workin' the Angels for Handouts (2007).
Hailing from the epicenter of The Home That Is Down, The Bluegrass Battleship is a rootsy juggernaut of epic proportions. Can your mortal ears withstand their foot-stomping, unassuming onslaught? Oh, no, no, no, no, no. No, they cannot.
With seven musicians, the Battleship is larger (and, of course, better) than most. The crew – Jane, Catherine, Scott, Mel, Marc, Eileen and Terry – are all on board having fun, and you will be, too — singing along, dancing, or just tapping your foot. It's impossible not to be part of this great American music. Played with skill and love for the music, The Bluegrass Battleship sails straight and true.