The popular podcast Stuff You Missed in History class comes to Raleigh for a live show on Sunday, August 19. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 22 at 10 a.m. at ticketmaster.com or bnpresents.com.Read More
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Neal Brennan will perform in Raleigh on October 25 and Charlotte on October 27. Brennan is the three-time Emmy-winning star of 3 Mics, his acclaimed one-man comedy show now streaming on Netflix, and a co-creator of Chappelle’s Show. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.Read More
Dweezil Zappa will perform his father Frank Zappa’s music in October in Raleigh, Charlotte and Asheville. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 8 at 10 a.m.Read More
Chris Blue, who won Season 12 of The Voice on NBC in 2017, will bring his soulful Gospel and R&B sound to Duke Energy Center on Friday, August 8. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.Read More
Comedian Paula Poundstone of NPR’s “Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me” returns to Duke Energy Center in Raleigh on October 26! Tickets go on sale Friday at 10AM at ticketmaster or bnpresents.com.Read More
John Hiatt & The Goners featuring Sonny Landreth bring Slow Turning 30th Anniversary Tour to Raleigh, Wilmington, Augusta
John Hiatt & The Goners featuring Sonny Landreth reunite to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Hiatt's outstanding "Slow Turning" album, with stops that include the Miller Theater in Augusta, GA, Wilson Center in Wilmington, NC and Duke Energy Center in Raleigh, NC. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 27 at 10 a.m.
The show will include include the album in its entirety, as well as Hiatt's greatest hits. "Slow Turning," released in 1988, was Hiatt's ninth album and gave him a radio hit from the title song. The lead track, "Drive South" was a country hit for Suzy Bogguss in the early 1990s. Hiatt was backed by The Goners including the legendary slide guitarist Landreth.
Over 40 years in the music business, American rock guitarist, pianist, singer, and songwriter John Hiatt has released 22 albums and bridged a variety of genres. His music crosses boundaries between Americana, blues, folk, and country.