Charlotte Folk Society logo celebrating 30 years

Dedicated to promoting the ongoing enjoyment and preservation of traditional and contemporary folk music, dance, crafts and lore in the Carolinas Piedmont,
since 1982.

Terry Baucom's Dukes of Drive
Charlotte Folk Society Gathering

August 10th, 7:30 PM

August 10th Charlotte Folk Society Gathering Features
Terry Baucom's Dukes of Drive

 

This will be an evening of hard driving bluegrass by one of the masters! Terry Baucom, a native of Monroe, NC, began his career in 1970 playing banjo with Charlie Monroe and has been thru the years a founding member of Boone Creek with Ricky Skaggs and Jerry Douglas, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver and lllrd Time Out. Most recently, he won recorded event of the year with the IBMA in 2013 and last year’s single, Around the Corner, won most played song on the Bluegrass Today chart. Terry is also a renowned session player and instructor. Now touring with an all-star band from North Carolina and Virginia, this show is not to be missed!
Website & Discography :  www.terrybaucom.com

 

 



Long Journey Home


Julie Ann

Monthly second-Friday Charlotte Folk Society Gatherings are family-friendly and free; donations are appreciated and essential to holding Gatherings in the Great Aunt Stella Center.  Refreshments, a song circle, jam sessions, songwriters’ circle, and an Appalachian dulcimer group follow the hour-long concert; visitors are welcome to join in or simply listen. 

Free parking is available in the 4th Street Mecklenburg County parking deck, between Kings Drive and McDowell Street.  Enter from the Stella Center parking lot or from 4th Street.  Accessible entry and an elevator are available through the ground floor door on the parking lot side of the building.  A CFS volunteer is on hand to assist our guests into the building through the side door. 


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The Charlotte Folk Society is supported, in part, with funding by the Arts & Science Council (ASC).

This project was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.