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Ellen Cherry

Ellen Cherry

Mar 21st 2018 @ Guitartown presents an evening with Andrew Grimm & ellen cherry

Wake Forest, NC
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Wednesday, March 21st, 2018
7:00 PM
The Wake Forest Listening Room and Damn Lee Boy Productions have teamed up to present a series of concerts in association with Guitartown. Second in the series is Andrew Grimm (of June Star) and ellen cherry on the last stop of their Why Aren't You Famous? tour. We have an extra special evening in store as March 21st also marks the 19th anniversary of the creation of Guitartown. More info on Guitartown, The Wake Forest Listening Room and Andrew and ellen's Why Aren't You Famous? podcast below.

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018
Sugar Magnolia Cafe
Wake Forest, NC
$10 minimum suggested donation
(all donations go directly to the artist)

Why Aren't You Famous? Podcast
(Co-hosted by Andrew and ellen)
Two musicians try to understand fame. Are they going to live forever? Will people remember their names?

June Star

ellen cherry

• Saturday, May 19th 7pm David Childers
• Friday, May 25th 7pm John Howie, Jr. (Two Dollar Pistols (Official), John Howie Jr. and the Rosewood Bluff)

The Wake Forest Listening Room
The Listening Room is a local music series featuring Wake Forest artists and established regional musicians. We bring the top performers from around the region and state to Wake Forest and support our local businesses through live music.

Sugar Magnolia Cafe
Relaxing art café serving coffee, organic tea, including High-Tea, fresh salads, sandwiches, soup, desserts, craft beer and wine in downtown Wake Forest.
219 South White Street
Wake Forest, NC 27587
(919) 435-4436

Guitartown (est. 1999)
The online community of Guitartown was created by Alison Williams in March of 1999 on (which was soon absorbed by Yahoo Groups) as a way of bringing together fans of music in the Triangle area of North Carolina. In the process, it also created a support system, not just for fans of the demon twang but also for artists (local and otherwise) touring through the region. Soon, the community grew to include folks from throughout the U.S. and beyond.
Internet newsgroups like Guitartown, Son of No Depression, Postcard From Hell and others went a long way towards establishing the foundation of what is now referred to as social media. For a fascinating take on the part these online communities played in the rise of (as well as social media platforms in general), be sure to read author and radio host Barry Mazor's Booting Up Alt.Country's Online Dance, a piece he wrote for Cuepoint in 2015 ( Links to Guitartown on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Yahoo Groups below.