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Warehouse Blues series kicks off for the summer this Friday

It's summertime, and that means it's time for a wide range of outdoor music performances in the Bull City.

Barry's highlighted essentially all of these
over at his place this morning, including the terrific Brightleaf Square and American Tobacco/Back Porch Music series. It's also worth noting that this Friday marks the start of the Warehouse Blues series, a free concert program sponsored by Durham Parks & Recreation, West Village, and the Music Maker Relief Foundation.

Concerts start at 6pm at West Village (604 W. Morgan St.) and will run weekly, except July 4, through August 8:

Warehouse Blues
June 13 – Acoustic Piedmont Blues
Tad Walters and Boo Hanks

June 20 – Electric Blues
Adolphus Bell and Dr. G.B. Burt

June 27 - Old Timey and Bluegrass
Benton Flippen and The Cadillac Stepbacks

July 11 – Acoustic Piedmont Blues
George Higgs and Lightnin’ Wells

July 18 – Electric Blues
Cool John Ferguson

July 25 – Electric Piedmont Blues
John Dee Holeman and Andy Coats

August 1 – New Orleans Swamp Blues
Slewfoot and Sons

August 8  - Juke Joint Blues
Captain Luke, Macavine Hayes, Big Ron and Sol Creech Band

Learn more at the Parks & Rec web site.


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