Under One Roof: Livestream Concert April 24–26 to Benefit North Carolina Artists
Performances and Appearances by Anthony Hamilton, 9th Wonder, Ben Folds, The Hamiltones, Jim Lauderdale, Tift Merritt, Steep Canyon Rangers, Chatham County Line, Joe Troop of Che Apalache, Petey Pablo and More
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Come Hear North Carolina and CLTure announce “Under One Roof,” a livestream benefit concert for North Carolina artists, to be presented in one-hour segments on the evenings of Friday April 24 through Sunday, April 26.
Organized by the Charlotte-based entertainment publication CLTure as part of the Come Hear NC initiative of the North Carolina Arts Council and the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, the weekend event brings together some of North Carolina music’s biggest names to aid their community in these unprecedented times.
“Under One Roof” will be broadcast live on Twitch and Facebook from 8 p.m.–9 p.m. EDT on Friday, April 24; Saturday, April 25; and Sunday, April 26. Find details about tuning in here: https://
The North Carolina artists joining “Under One Roof” span genres and generations: Anthony Hamilton (Charlotte), 9th Wonder, Ben Folds (Winston-Salem), The Hamiltones (Morrisville, Charlotte, Greensboro), Petey Pablo (Greenville), Tift Merritt(Raleigh), Jim Lauderdale (Troutman), Steep Canyon Rangers (Asheville), Chatham County Line (Raleigh), Joe Troop of Che Apalache (Winston-Salem), and The Harvey Cummings Project (Charlotte).
These musicians will perform original songs and covers, share archival performances, and offer messages of encouragement to artists and viewers. Announcements of additional artists and a full schedule of performances will be posted on official Facebook event in the coming days.
“Under One Roof: A Benefit for North Carolina Artists” is the latest project from Come Hear North Carolina. Come Hear NC’s mission is to support the state’s arts community and celebrate its diverse musical traditions. Come Hear NC has sponsored the “Music at The Mansion” concert series (filmed at the North Carolina Executive Mansion) and a “Nina Simone Weekend,” which raised money to preserve the singer’s childhood home, in Tryon, N.C. Other projects are the In The Water live-session series, featuring North Carolina musicians Rhiannon Giddens and the Mountain Goats, and the commissioning of a two-part documentary on the seminal Durham hip-hop group Little Brother. Learn more about Come Hear North Carolina here: www.ComeHearNC.com.
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April 17, 2020 10:20am ET by Shore Fire Media