Saturday, June 6, 2020
JOSEPH M. BRYAN, JR., THEATER IN THE MUSEUM PARK
Doors open at 6:30 pm
Join us for Chatham County Line’s Strange Fascination album release show! Chatham County Line has been a staple of the North Carolina music scene for two decades. Embracing an all-acoustic instrumentation and the modern songwriting of leader Dave Wilson, the band has graced stages all across the U.S. as well as Europe, Scandinavia, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. With seven studio albums of original material to pull from, CCL has a sound all its own and a stage show to match.
With the recording of Strange Fascination on Yep Roc Records, the band decided to push its sound a bit more into the modern world and embrace the use of drums in studio and onstage.
"We've had drums on several albums, most notably Wildwood, and our audience always responded well to those tunes" says guitarist/vocalist Dave Wilson. John Teer, who rotates from mandolin to fiddle while singing harmony, adds, "We've done an Electric Holiday Tour for the past 12 years that features an expanded group of musicians on the stage, so we're no stranger to a backbeat."
Musician photo and recording policy: No flash or professional photography allowed. No video or audio recording of any kind allowed.
No smoking allowed inside venue gates.
Can’t wait for the show? Join the Chatham County Line concert text group, where we’ll provide real-time weather and traffic-related info on the day of the show. To join, text NCMAccl to 72727. We promise not to send annoying frequent texts, just useful messages and updates. Standard text and data rates apply, and you can stop at any time.
Do you or a family member need a general accommodation for your visit? Contact visitor and member experience by email or at (919) 715-5923. See all concert policies and answers to frequently asked questions. Find a venue map here. Please note these updates for 2020: To better serve Museum members and fans, we doubled the number of reserved seats for each concert; all bench seating is now reserved seating, including some seats clearly marked as “limited sightline.” This year, no food will be for sale inside the venue. In lieu of a food tent, the Museum is hosting food trucks in the parking lot above the amphitheater.
Summer concerts and movies have been an NCMA tradition for two decades, and we’re excited to launch another season of great music and entertainment. Our venue—the Joseph M. Bryan, Jr., Theater in the Museum Park—is situated in the heart of the Museum campus amid gardens, meadows, woodlands, and sculpture.
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