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Lincoln Theatre

126 E. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, NC, 27601
(919) 821-4111

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Lincoln Theatre
126 E. Cabarrus St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 821-4111
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Pat McGee
Pat McGee
Richmond, VA-based acoustic jam-rock sextet the Pat McGee Band included guitarist Al Walsh, keyboardist Jonathan Williams, bassist John Small, percussionist Chardy McEwan, and drummer Chris Williams, in addition to titular singer/guitarist McGee, an East Coast favorite since the 1995 release of his solo album From the Wood....
Lacuna Coil
Lacuna Coil
With the debut of their self-titled 1998 EP, Lacuna Coil (which translates to "empty spiral" in English) turned a lot of heads in Italy's ambient/goth scene thanks in part to Cristina Scabbia's haunting but mesmerizing vocals....
Ghost
Ghost
Hailing from Linköping, Sweden, Ghost B.C. formed in in 2008. They released their heralded debut album, Opus Eponymous, on October 18, 2011. UK's Metal Hammer praised the album saying it was "an arcane occult feast," while this side of the pond Decibel Magazine hailed they "compel on pretty much every sensory level," and the Village Voice proclaimed "Ghost is Swedish, heavy, and tasked with slicing your soul to bits--or at least your ears....
Fitz & The Tantrums
Fitz & The Tantrums
Led by songwriter Michael Fitzpatrick, Fitz & the Tantrums brew up a retro sound inspired by Motown and Stax Records. Fitzpatrick initially formed the Tantrums as a neo-soul solo project, having purchased an old church organ and found that it helped inspire his songwriting....
Neon Trees
Neon Trees
Provo, Utah's poppy dance-punk band Neon Trees features vocalist/keyboardist Tyler Glenn, guitarist Chris Allen, bassist Branden Campbell, and drummer/vocalist Elaine Bradley. The group's roots go back to Campbell and Allen's time growing up in Southern California; when Allen moved to Utah for school, Glenn, a self-taught musician, followed him....
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Sep 11, 2008 - genglefins
Great venue to see a show

I went to college in Chapel Hill, and went to many shows at the Lincoln Theatre. It's an old tyme movie theater that's been converted into a music venue. It's cool going in because they kept a lot of the theater's original touches like the snack bar is now a bar (i.e. drink bar). There's an open area in front of the stage, then further back there are partitions to lean against if you get kinda tired (or too dizzy) to stand.

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