Roger Moss, executive director for the Podunk Bluegrass Festival in Connecticut, left, watches and listens to music from the band Driven during a Gig Fair. Band members, from left, Blake McLemore, Brandon McLemore, and Jake Workman moved from table to table during the event hoping to eventually get booked for gigs. The event was held for musicians, agents, promoters and venue representatives at the Raleigh Convention Center as part of theWorld of Bluegrass festival in downtown Raleigh. There were 15 rounds of 5-minute interviews at 42 tables during the event.
Roger Moss, executive director for the Podunk Bluegrass Festival in Connecticut, left, watches and listens to music from the band Driven during a Gig Fair. Band members, from left, Blake McLemore, Brandon McLemore, and Jake Workman moved from table to table during the event hoping to eventually get booked for gigs. The event was held for musicians, agents, promoters and venue representatives at the Raleigh Convention Center as part of theWorld of Bluegrass festival in downtown Raleigh. There were 15 rounds of 5-minute interviews at 42 tables during the event. clowenst@newsobserver.com
Roger Moss, executive director for the Podunk Bluegrass Festival in Connecticut, left, watches and listens to music from the band Driven during a Gig Fair. Band members, from left, Blake McLemore, Brandon McLemore, and Jake Workman moved from table to table during the event hoping to eventually get booked for gigs. The event was held for musicians, agents, promoters and venue representatives at the Raleigh Convention Center as part of theWorld of Bluegrass festival in downtown Raleigh. There were 15 rounds of 5-minute interviews at 42 tables during the event. clowenst@newsobserver.com

'Gig Fair' is Bluegrass Speed Dating for artists, talent bookers

October 02, 2014 07:30 PM

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