2004

December 18 – Athenaeum – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
December 17 – Jason White – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
December 15 – Mieka Pauley – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
December 8 – Gavin DeGraw – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
November 27 – Angie Aparo – Smith’s Olde Bar – Atlanta, GA
November 24 – Will Hoge – Smith’s Olde Bar – Atlanta, GA
November 20 – Ari Hest – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
November 13 – Angie Aparo – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
November 6 – Will Hoge – Eddie’s Attic – Atlanta, GA
November 5 – Will Hoge – Eddie’s Attic – Atlanta, GA
October 30 – Bain Mattox – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
October 29 – Will Hoge – Magnolia Street Pub – Spartanburg, SC
October 28 – Sister Hazel – Tremont Music Hall – Charlotte, NC
October 22 – Better Than Ezra – Ziggy’s – Winston-Salem, NC
October 18 – Matt Wertz – Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, NC
October 16 – Will Hoge – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
October 7 – 11 – The Rock Boat – Miami to Cozumel
October 2 – Pat McGee Band – Ziggy’s – Winston-Salem, NC
October 2 – ZoneFest – Greensboro, NC
September 22 – Dexter Freebish – Wake Forest University – Winston-Salem, NC
September 11 – Will Hoge – The Handlebar – Greenville, SC
September 4 – Bain Mattox – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
August 31 – Ari Hest – Benson University Center, Wake Forest University – Winston-Salem, NC
August 26 – Josh Queen – Tyber Creek Pub – Charlotte, NC
August 26 – Shawn Mullins – Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NC
August 14 – Will Hoge – New Brookland Tavern – Columbia, SC
August 12 – Will Hoge – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
August 12 – Josh Queen – Tyber Creek Pub – Charlotte, NC
August 7 – Dexter Freebish – Andrews Upstairs – Atlanta, GA
July 30 – Carbon Leaf – The Pour House – Raleigh, NC
July 29 – Josh Queen – Tyber Creek Pub – Charlotte, NC
July 23 – Y-O-U – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
July 22 – U-Phonik – Alive After 5 – Charlotte, NC
July 21 – Pete Schmidt – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
July 17 – Will Hoge – The Handlebar – Greenville, SC
July 16 – Josh Queen – RiRa – Charlotte, NC
July 8 – Jay Clifford – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
June 25 – Josh Queen – The Gathering Spot -Greenville, SC
June 24 – Josh Queen – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
June 23 – Edwin McCain – Borders Stonecrest – Charlotte, NC
June 19 – Josh Queen – The Gin Mill – Charlotte, NC
June 17 – Josh Queen – Tyber Creek Pub – Charlotte, NC
June 12 – Hazel Virtue – The Gin Mill – Charlotte, NC
June 11 – Angie Aparo – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
June 9 – Gavin DeGraw / Michael Tolcher / Toby Lightman – Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, NC
June 8 – Wil Seabrook – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
June 5 – Graham Colton – Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, NC
June 4 – Pico vs. Island Trees – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
June 4 – Cowboy Mouth – RiRa – Charlotte, NC
June 3 – Josh Queen – Tyber Creek Pub – Charlotte, NC
May 29 – Bain Mattox – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
May 28 – Hazel Virtue – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
May 25 – Ingram Hill / Josh Kelley – Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, NC
May 22 – Josh Queen – The Gin Mill – Charlotte, NC
May 21 – Josh Queen – The Gathering Spot – Greenville, SC
May 19 – Pat McGee Band – Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, NC
May 19 – Dexter Freebish – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
May 12 – Josh Queen / Sam Fisher – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
May 7 – 9 – CityFest – Charlotte, NC
April 21 – Josh Queen – The Room – Charlotte, NC
April 15 – Josh Queen – The Roof @ Five – Charlotte, NC
April 10 – Bain Mattox – Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
April 8 – Wil Seabrook Band – Wild Wing – Charlotte, NC
April 7 – Wil Seabrook Band – The Room – Charlotte, NC
April 4 – Brian Vander Ark / Will Hoge (the first time I saw him live!) – 3rd & Lindsley – Nashville, TN
April 2 – Wil Seabrook / Carbon Leaf – Ziggy’s – Winston-Salem, NC
March 26 – Josh Queen – The Gathering Spot – Greenville, SC
March 24 – Gavin DeGraw – The Handlebar – Greenville, SC
March 17 – Josh Queen – The Gin Mill – Charlotte, NC
March 15 – Josh Queen – The Double Door Inn – Charlotte, NC
March 6 – Jackopierce – Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NC
March 5 – Josh Queen / Athenaeum / Carbon Leaf – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
February 28 – Bain Mattox / Dexter Freebish – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
February 21 – Josh Queen / Brian Vander Ark / The Samples – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
February 13 – Josh Queen – The Gin Mill – Charlotte, NC
February 6 – Josh Queen / Jordan Knight – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
February 5 – Josh Queen – Sundance – Columbia, SC
January 31 – Josh Queen – The Gathering Spot – Greenville, SC
January 30 – Josh Queen – The Gin Mill – Charlotte, NC
January 22 – Josh Queen – Amos’ Southend – Charlotte, NC
January 17 – Hazel Virtue – The Venue – Charlotte, NC
January 17 – U-Phonik – RiRa – Charlotte, NC
January 16 – Josh Queen – Jack’s – Charlotte, NC
January 15 – Josh Queen – The Venue – Charlotte, NC
January 9 – Josh Queen – The Gin Mill – Charlotte, NC
January 8 – Josh Queen / Matty McRee – The Venue – Charlotte, NC

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4 thoughts on “2004

    • Adam – I hate to bash on any venue, especially one that supports as much great up and coming music as New Brookland does, but that particular show will go down as one of my worst show experiences in history, I do believe. But, it was six years ago, so keep that in mind. A hurricane was actually passing through, and the leaks over the stage were bad. Equipment got wet, the band got wet….Adding to the bad experience was the fact that the venue had booked three or four bands (can’t remember now) for that night and the first band went WAY over their time allotment – so Will and the guys didn’t even get on stage until 12:41 PM (yes, I remember this) and only got to play about 40 or so minutes before the staff was rushing them off stage. The staff that night were extremely rude to those of us there to see the show, yelling at us to get out (it wasn’t even 2 AM), just making for a really ugly experience for everyone.

      At one time, Will himself posted a pretty … impressive blog about the night. Unfortunately, that blog went the way of the wind when he updated his website.

      Now, with all of this said, I have boycotted NBT since that show, but recently made a trip there to see a band who wasn’t coming through Charlotte… the staff was much nicer (it was a low key weeknight with minimal crowd, unlike the night of the Will show). And The Enemy Lovers reported good things from their recent show, including a fixed leaking roof.

      NBT certainly isn’t a world-class venue, but like I said before, it is incredibly supportive of a great variety of young, up and coming, established and local artists. That says something about them…even if they don’t heat the bathrooms in the winter. 🙂

  1. Hey Hey! I’m just now getting around to seeing your response. Sounds horrible, at least it’s laughable now. I only ask because I’m from Columbia SC, and over the past three years have became friends with Will, and we talked about that show once (not in length though) NBT has been a staple in my career as a singer songwriter with both good and bad experiences along the way, but it was fun to hear Will’s take on the place after those events…I remember the blog I believe the quote was “some meth labs have higher sanitation ratings that New Brookland Tavern” That said he’s been in Columbia twice in the past two weeks, and even admitted on twitter that he couldn’t believe he was writing a tweet to say that a show in Columbia SC was KILLER (probably because the Tin Roof franchise from TN) has opened up a venue downtown, nevertheless I think Cola town will be seeing more from Will and the boys…..Thanks for sharing

    Besos!
    Adam

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