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UNC student Tripp Gobble and local musician Al Mask co-founded Vinyl Records to help students produce their own music. Six bands are selected from auditions to perform in a free concert on campus. After the show, students vote for their favorite bands and the top three win a record deal.
The new Cat’s Cradle reopened in the old Southern Bell Building across from University Square in Chapel Hill. The new venue is big enough to dance in and still retains its former grungy rock and roll vibe. Opening night featured Southern pop and country-rock musicians.
Steph Stewart and Mario Arnez are the duo, Blue Cactus, from Chapel Hill. Their music is a mix of classic country music, honky-tonk, and modern string instruments. Songs on their debut album explore heartbreak and hope with time-tested honky-tonk humor.
Josh Johnson speaks about the sixth annual Blackbeard's Lost Weekender, a music festival that takes place in Chapel Hill.
The Belltones of Chapel Hill made the first recording of \"Way Up in North Carolina,\" a song whose popularity is climbing up the Billboard charts.