Avoiding Scams & Identify Theft

The online world has given us many conveniences, but it’s also given scammers a convenient place to compromise our personal and financial data. Learn to understand the threats, spot fraud and protect yourself from becoming a victim....

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Rachael & Vilray with Megan Burtt

'Rachael & Vilray' has been a musical act ever since Rachael saw me play a very short set of covers and said she wanted in. Her voice is singular, agile, beautiful, and, as I found when we started performing original music, the most rewarding instrument to write for. In the seven years since we began, our configuration has ranged from an intimate duo, to the 9-piece formation you hear on six of these tracks. No matter the set-up on stage, my friend Rachael and I sing right to each other, tel...

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Mipso with Kade Hoffman

Mipso formed in 2012 as an excuse to play music between classes in Chapel Hill. Joseph Terrell came from a family of banjo-playing uncles and a guitarist grandma, and he’d gotten curious again about the string band music he’d heard as a kid. Jacob Sharp was raised on equal parts Doc Watson and Avett Brothers in the mountains of North Carolina and he was hunting for a chance to sing some harmonies. Wood Robinson added a Charlie Haden-esque interest in bridging jazz and grass sensibilities on ...

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Ward Davis, Sugar Britches (duo)

American Singer/Songwriter from Monticello, Arkansas by way of Nashville, Tennessee, Ward Davis has had songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Sammy Kershaw, Bucky Covington, Jimmie Van Zant, Buddy Jewel, Carolina Rain, The Roys, and more. Most recently, Ward Davis co-wrote “I’m Not The Devil” with Cody Jinks, with whom he subsequently toured with nationwide. With over 250 shows per year under his belt as both a headliner and support act, Ward Davis’ al...

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Banshee Tree + Yak Attack

Banshee Tree is a high energy quartet that blends modern indie, trance and psychedelic rock with old school Django inspired jazz. Using traditional instruments through a range of pedals, Banshee Tree ties the styles and sounds of modern music to the earthy roots of acoustic music in a whole new way. Their live show is a wild dance party with a great deal of improvisation while remaining grounded in indie style songwriting. There is nothing quite like it on the scene.

Live electronica power tr...

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Young Gun Silver Fox

For fans of Mama's Gun, Vulfpeck, Steely Dan, Parcels, and Leon Bridges

Musical chemistry is a rare, intangible thing. But for Andy Platts and Shawn Lee, the creative force behind Young Gun Silver Fox the unmalleable, unspoken connection that gives their work such a unique and distinctive sound was apparent from their first experiences in a studio together.

Alongside their now decade plus long tenure as Young Gun Silver Fox, both have already received plaudits for their individual creative...

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Odie Leigh

For fans of Field Medic, Haley Heynderickx, Leith Ross, Lomelda, and Mitski

Beginning with a bet between friends to see who could go viral, Odie Leigh's musical journey has always been a bit unconventional. Hailing from suburban South Louisiana, where Lil Wayne and Tim McGraw carry equal reverence, Leigh's musical influences are as contradictory as the area she grew up in. Singing in school choirs and church praise bands as a child, Leigh didn't find her voice until 2020 gave her the solitude...

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North Mississippi Allstars

For fans of Tab Benoit, Keb' Mo', Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Jackie Greene, and Warren Haynes

Nothing runs deeper than family ties. Brothers, sisters, fathers, mothers, sons, and daughters understand one another at the purest level. When families rally around music, they speak this oft-unspoken bond aloud and into existence. After 25 years, twelve albums, four GRAMMY® Award nominations, and sold out shows everywhere, North Mississippi Allstars open up their world once again on their thirtee...

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Foods of the Winter Solstice

Foods of the Winter Solstice will be presented from noon to 3 pm Saturday, Jan. 20, at The Cooking Studio Fort Collins. The fun cook-and-consume class has been organized by the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures in conjunction with its Main Gallery exhibit, Fire and Light: Winter Solstice Traditions. Working with professional chefs, participants will prepare the meal and then savor their creations. The menu will consist of: Wild Mushroom and Goat Cheese Crostini; Celery Root-Potato Puré...

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