About three years ago, Torin Alston, Danlee Gildersleeve, Todd Davis and Sean Meehan came together to form JULIA., a Chapel Hill-based alternative blues-rock band turned "funk foursome." The band just finished recording their latest album in Asheville. Staff writer Ben McEntire sat down with Davis and Meehan to talk funk, flow and the evolution of the group.
Drew Ellis (Drell) is a UNC student and music producer.
“Alo Ver spells ‘A Lover’. That’s a good mindset to have when listening to my music, because I am trying to spread nice vibes and encourage love. And I haven’t quite gotten out the things and sounds that I want to share. Stay tuned.”
The inclusive, communal event will consist of two bands along with several other local musicians.
This decade has seen the rise of local music venues and student bands, establishing Carrboro and Chapel Hill as a unique, indie music space.
Amjad Ali Khan's performance, hosted by the Carolina Performing Arts on Nov. 13, aims to expose individuals to cultural music differences.
Explore a new world of art with Oddville, the art festival that embraces all things weird.
Rachel Despard's interest in music began when she was young. Now a senior at UNC, music still serves as a defining part of her life.
Come to Cat's Cradle this Friday to see Violet Bell, the local band that is bringing innovative sounds to the genre of bluegrass.
JamborEno's goal is to spread awareness of the Eno River and its importance to the community with games, live music, jam sessions, camping, food and drinks.