NPR Newcaster Brings His Tradition Music Band to American Tobacco for FREE Concert

ATC logoFOX 50 NPR Newcaster Brings His Tradition Music Band to American Tobacco for FREE Concert

Music on the Lawn logo American Tobacco and FOX 50 continue their team up with WUNC-FM and its popular Back Porch Music series to deliver ten great shows, all FREE, at American Tobacco’s amphitheater this Friday.

The 2010 series features NPR newscaster Paul Brown & The Mostly Mountain Boys this Friday, September 17th, at 6pm. Outside of the new studio Brown is a world-class banjo and fiddler player who specializes in old time Appalachian dance tunes. The Apple Chill Cloggers will join Brown, his banjo ace Craig Smith and bass player Meredith McIntosh on stage.

Paul Brown & the Mostly Mountain Boys

The series wraps up October 8 with an All-Star Blues showcase. Full schedule listed below and here.

This year’s schedule marks the first time Back Porch Music has booked all the acts for Music on the Lawn, lending the annual event a sharp focus on authentic, danceable roots music. Also for the first time, Whole Foods Market, presenting sponsor of the music series, will offer a fine selection of natural and organic food during each concert.

So, grab your blanket, friends and family and make sure to mark your calendar for every night of this great series!

2010 American Tobacco Back Porch Music on the Lawn Series
Fri, Sept 17
6-8pm
 
Paul Brown & the Mostly Mountain Boys
Fri, Oct 8
6-8pm
 
Music Maker Relief Foundation Showcase

The Venue
The American Tobacco Campus is arguably one of the top venues in the Triangle for enjoying an outdoor concert in an intimate and family-friendly atmosphere. Ample parking and five fine eateries surround the lawn: Cuban Revolution, Tyler’s Taproom, Mellow Mushroom and Saladelia.

Kids are welcome on the lawn where families can enjoy the Ole Bull River that runs through the middle of the campus. As a courtesy to your neighbors, no dogs or coolers please.

For concert details visit www.AmericanTobaccoCampus.com

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