Raleigh’s First Night celebration on Thursday offers a full evening of musical activities to “sing out the old, sing in the new.” North Carolina Heritage Award winner, John Dee Holeman, will belt out the blues in the Contemporary Art Museum’s main hall from 8-10 p.m.
Raleigh’s First Night celebration on Thursday offers a full evening of musical activities to “sing out the old, sing in the new.” North Carolina Heritage Award winner, John Dee Holeman, will belt out the blues in the Contemporary Art Museum’s main hall from 8-10 p.m. Jimmy Williams
Raleigh’s First Night celebration on Thursday offers a full evening of musical activities to “sing out the old, sing in the new.” North Carolina Heritage Award winner, John Dee Holeman, will belt out the blues in the Contemporary Art Museum’s main hall from 8-10 p.m. Jimmy Williams

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