The legendary rock group “Nantucket” will return to the stage in the next for the Town Square Concert Series on Thursday, July 19. It’s a free, outdoor concert from about 6 pm – 9:00 pm. Special musical guest “Machine Gun” will open the show.
Nantucket was originally scheduled for the April concert, but was rained out. During their career Nantucket shared the stage with AC/DC, Kiss, Charlie Daniels, Molly Hatchet, Black Oak Arkansas, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Humble Pie, Cheap Trick, Jimmy Buffett, Ted Nugent, Elton John and many more. Nantucket has issued five albums from 1978 to 1984 and songs like “Heartbreaker,” “Born in a Honky Tonk” and “Timebomb” are sure to evoke youthful memories for many. All but one of the original band members are still together: Larry Uzzell, Tommy Redd, Eddie Blair, Mike Uzzell and Mark Downing continue to play the music that made them famous.
The free concert is sponsored by the Town of Clayton and Downtown Development Association, with major support from Caterpillar, NovoNordisk, Time Warner Cable and Clayton News Star. Additional support comes from Avent-Permenter Group, Clayton Glass & Mirror, Hometowne Realty, Hudson’s Hardware, Matthews Motors, McLaurin Funeral Home, Morning Glory Inn, and Trueline Surveying.
The rest of the Town Square Concert Series includes “True Spirit” gospel band on August 23 and “Boys From Carolina Bluegrass Band on September 20.
The Town Square is in downtown Clayton and sits between Main Street and S. O’Neil and Fayetteville streets. For more information call (919) 553-1545 and for updates check the Downtown Clayton blog at www.downtownclayton.blogspot.com.
Thursday, June 21, 2007
Don't forget to come out to Clayton's Town Square Concert tonight at 6 pm featuring the Triangle Brass Band beginning at 6 pm. It's a beautiful day - bring chairs, blankets and the kids!
Hunger Pains will be selling hot dogs, hamburgers, smoothies and soft drinks; The Clayton Historical Association will be selling homemade ice cream, and for the first time, the Downtown Development Association will be selling beer and wine.
The free concert is sponsored by the Town of Clayton and Downtown Development Association, with major support from:
Time Warner Cable
Clayton News Star
Additional support comes from:
Clayton Glass & Mirror
McLaurin Funeral Home
Morning Glory Inn
The Town Square is in downtown Clayton and sits between West Main Street and S. O’Neil and Fayetteville streets.
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Posted by Bruce at 9:07 AM
Monday, June 04, 2007
Here's a note from Millstock founders Cliff & Jodi at The Coffee Mill and the Flipside: "Millstock 2007 turned out to be one of the best yet!! The weather was as good as you could ask for (can you believe the rain held off until right at the end of Kennebec's set...way cool!). The art in the street was way cool....the music was top notch!!! (Paul Barton did an amazing job with the sound...again, this year!)
Thanks to Richard Koobs for the artwork for the 7th Annual Millstock logo, poster and t-shirts! He continues to amaze us! Speaking of t-shirts, we're going to place another order early next week, so if you we ran out of your size, color, or design (tie-dye...) then you are still in luck. Get your order info to us by the end of this week and we'll get you one...or two, etc. (919)550-0174
We want to thank all of the sponsors that contributed something this year, be it bucks, or signage, or promotion. Sponsors include:
Clayton Visual Arts
Clayton Downtown Development Association
Johnston County Arts Council
NC Arts Council
Johnston County Tourism Authority
Four Oaks Bank
Fortrex Wire & Cable
Crescent State Bank
Please support the Arts and our local businesses. A community's identity is defined by it's support of the arts and local, independently owned businesses! Just what kind of an identity do YOU want? Think about it...
A special thanks goes out to Rambo, Tim, Catharine, Bob, Brian, Dan, Hank, Jack, Zac, Brooke, ET, Nick, Hunter, Daniel, and to Tracy and Sir Ed for all the sweat equity they invested to keep Millstock alive! Thank you!
And a very special thanks goes out to all of you that came and enjoyed!
7th Annual Millstock A Celebration of Music & Art
More Millstock images will be posted soon!!
Posted by Bruce at 9:29 AM
Sunday, June 03, 2007
The 2007 Millstock Music & Arts Faire was a great success yesterday with great weather, lots of folks, great artists, vendors and of course, great music! More photos and details later this week. Photo to the left is Valentino & The Piedmont Sheiks...following this performance, Daniel Valentino (dude in the red shirt and hat) hightailed it to Savannah to perform Saturday night with his old band! Marshall Stephenson and the Bluegrass Train, Zydecopius, and Kennebec all performed at Millstock this year.
Posted by Bruce at 1:07 PM