travers

Travers Brothership

Asheville, NC

Travers Brothership
oblations

The Oblations

Carrboro, NC

The Oblations
adam hill

Adam Hill Band

Pink Hill, NC

Adam Hill Band

dub Addis

Durham, NC

dub Addis

Young Bull

Durham, NC

Young Bull

JIMMY

Farmville, NC

JIMMY
Also Featuring:
Bearfoot Monty, Durty Dub, Ctrl Alt Del, Peace Soldier, Strung Together, The Take Kindlies, John Westmoreland, Carolina Sky,
Cigar Box Jesus & The Revelation, Hank Barbee & The Dust Parade, Fairlight & Miquela DeLeon, Alisa Evans Mike, and Mandy Mears
  • Travers Brothership

  • Market Stage | Friday, July 20th

    Brothers that play together slay together. It’s hard to put words together to adequately explain the breadth of sounds that Asheville’s Travers Brothership is capable of creating. Equal parts soul, funk and southern rock, the Brothership takes listeners on an expansive musical journey that will leave your jaw dropped and your mind blown. Boasting snarling guitar solos, massive melodies and entrancing synthesizers, it’s hard not to be impressed by this young outfit. This immensely talented group has worked alongside Grammy-award wining producers and engineers to craft their latest releases, and their upcoming full length album features the swiftly rising Marcus King lending guitar work. Join us at Bernaroo to see why they’ve been voted as one of the Best Alternative Bands in Asheville.

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  • The Oblations

  • Market Stage | Friday, July 20th

    Local music aficionados that frequent The Brown Pelican and Circa 1810 may have had the good fortune of catching this awe-inspiring duo, but their Bernaroo performance will be unlike anything you’ve seen from them before. The Oblations are typically a two-piece blues/soul band, held together by the one-man rhythm section of Joe MacPhail (simultaneously rocking drums, keys and vocals) while Daniel Fields slings up crisp and meditative guitar lines. However, at Bernaroo they’ll be joined by the Dino Horns, a fantastically talented group of horn players to help give The Oblations that extra ‘umph’ to keep your body grooving through the night.

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  • Adam Hill Band

  • Market Stage | Friday, July 20th
    Adam Hill is one of eastern North Carolina’s finest guitarists, as capable of shredding through the soundscape with snarling guitar lines as he is slowing things down and oozing emotion from nuanced and sparse arrangements. Hill’s musical diversity shines bright alongside his deeply personal songwriting and knack for earworm melodies that stick with listeners long after the performance. This tight Southern-rock trio will be the perfect way to kick off a Friday night at The Farmer’s Market in downtown New Bern!

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  • dub Addis

  • Market Stage | Saturday, July 21st
    Though dub Addis calls Durham home these days, their music will transport you to the horn of Africa, exploring a densely packed sonic landscape that seamlessly bounces between roots Reggae and traditional Ethiopian rhythms. Vocalist Dereje Tesfaye was born in Ethiopia and, since moving to North Carolina several decades ago, has brought his musical upbringing to the area through his energetic and soulful performances. dub Addis’ music is filled with the life-affirming positivity that our world needs more of, so let it wash over you as you share that love and joy with hundreds of other eastern NC music-lovers.

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  • Young Bull

  • Market Stage | Saturday, July 21st
    For years North Carolina has been a proven hotbed for rising hip-hop artists. Young and forward-thinking acts blend a myriad of genres together to make for an amalgamation of sounds that’s funneled through a hip-hop lens. Young Bull proves to be one of the latest acts to burst out of that burgeoning scene, brilliantly blending contemporary Southern hip-hop/trap stylings with that of old-school soul and jazz. Young Bull land somewhere on the spectrum between hip-hop and R&B, but fans of all genres will find something to enjoy from this immersive full-band experience.

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  • JIMMY

  • Market Stage | Saturday, July 21st
    Bernaroo never shies away from diverse and eclectic bills, look no further than our Saturday night opener for proof of that! JIMMY is a young, up-start act that loosely blends elements of surf rock, psych-rock and punk together to make for a riveting new take on the punk-rock aesthetic. Their live set is a spectacle that you absolutely won’t want to miss. Whether you’re still lacing up your Converses and spiking your hair, or buttoning up your Polos and struggling to get that perfect comb-over, JIMMY will re-ignite the snot-nosed teen inside of us all.

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