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A local rock band called Matrimony began in 2008 when lead singers Ashely Hardee and Jimmy Brown met. Hardee's brothers, Jordan and C.J., round out the band. This article details the band's story, their musical journey, and their goals for the future.
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Rodney Barber does not perform his soulful renditions on a traditional stage, but rather on street corners in Uptown Charlotte. In an effort to leave his dark past behind, Barber performs to make people happy and hopes that the right person will hear him and make his recording dreams come true.
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From small town charm to contested history, Waxhaw has much to offer for those who desire to escape the bustling city life of Charlotte. With the rising population, the town faces challenges. Residents resist change but, but must find a way to provide for the newcomers.
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This article features nineteen acts or individuals who are a part of Charlotte's present music scene. Acts like the Avett Brothers, The New Familiars, and Lonnie Davis are included, alongside community staples like the Charlotte Symphony.
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Charlotte music venues have held an important place in the city's culture. This article outlines the evolving history of these venues.
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The Asheville-based restaurant, Tupelo Honey, moves to South End Charlotte and mixes farm-to-table southern cooking with an uptown Charlotte atmosphere.
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