booking?

Bryon Settle ployntabs at embarqmail.com
Thu Jun 12 16:37:22 EDT 2008


I played Dain's a while back. The "stage" area is literally about six by 
six. Nice crowd though. James Joyce, as I understand it, is mostly cover 
bands.
I also remembered The Mansion in Chapel Hill. they seem to be booking 
the louder, original bands.

grady wrote:
> Poor old Durham has:
>
> Bull City Headquarters: http://www.bullcityhq.org
> Weekly shows at the tiny Dain's Place: http://www.dainsplace.net/
> Occasional shows at the James Joyce: http://www.jamesjoyceirishpub.com/
>
> (how do you find out about shows at Dain's or the JJ? I have no idea)
>
> Outdoor shows (mostly, ahem, "family-friendly," although I see some 
> familiar names on the schedules . . .) which are outlined at this recent 
> Dependable Erection blog post: 
> http://dependableerection.blogspot.com/2008/06/surfeit-of-free-music.html
>
> When the students return, of course, there's the Duke Coffeehouse: 
> http://dukecoffeehouse.org/
>
> Bryon Settle wrote:
>
>   
>> So help me out folks; Besides Broad Street Cafe, where to play in 
>> Durham? Raleigh has The Berkley Cafe, Slim's, The Brewery, Sad's, 
>> Lincoln Theater, The Pour House, etc..But what about poor old Durham?
>>
>> Bryon Settle
>>     
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