Live music, in Aberdeen,NC March 2018


  • The Rooster's Wife at Poplar Knight Spot


 Up close and personal, experience live music in a living/listening room. 99 seats, with GREAT sound, delicious eats, gorgeous beverages, and friendly folks, our listening room offers  music first and foremost, serving a community of artists and music lovers.  As Duke said; there are two kinds of music. Good music, and the other kind. We only like that one kind, genres be damned . Come on down to the corner of Poplar and Knight Streets, 114 Knight St. to be exact, in downtown Aberdeen,North Carolina,two blocks east of the Rent a Wreck, of US 1
More info : 910.944.7502

End of this inning

 Sit outside or in, to enjoy a great show.There’s dinner available, and a full bar. We invite you to join our private club, an NC ABC rule,  $5/year which keeps us legal, and supports our programming. We finish our summer season with a July 28 with an album release celebration for Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba and our birthday bash, July 29 , with everyone’s favorite, Sand Band to end a great summer of music with two nights of total groove.

Here’s what the Indy said : “From coal ash spills to the governor’s dismissal of global warming, from civil rights reversals to a forthcoming version of The Hunger Games based on teacher pay, North Carolina’s public image continues to collect its international comeuppance. But if you’re looking for a corrective, or at least an exemplar of the state’s creative possibilities, consider Kaira Ba, a six-piece that pairs two Senegalese musicians—griot descendant, bandleader and kora player Diali Cissokho and indigenous percussion sideman Cheikh Njigal Dieng—with four fair-skinned rock ‘n’ roll musicians from the Piedmont. Their anchor is Cissokho’s tradition of storytelling, where the words of a song convey personal and communal histories. And then there’s the radiance of his kora, whose plucked notes prance like those of a banjo or harp. But the band springboards beyond that heritage, putting behind it a composite core of Southern funk and rock, African rhythms and harmonies. There’s big bass and flashy drums, group vocals and piercing electric leads. Their new sophomore album, The Great Peace, turns tales of friends who became wrestling celebrities and laments of AIDS in Africa into alternate invitations to party or ponder. With a more ambitious and cohesive statement than their first, Kaira Ba offers a wonderful fusion of the region’s immigrant populations either new or old, a bold synthesis from a state plagued of late by an off-putting isolation image.

And the Sand Band ?Spreading love and groove for a LOOOOOONG time all over the Sandhills and beyond. Same time, same place, Sunday night.

See YOU soooooon.

“Mbolo (Unity)”, Official Music Video