The Blind Tiger
The Blind Tiger (est. 1988 ) as a local neighborhood bar, transformed itself rather quickly into one of the best live music venues in NC. Being dedicated to bringing the best in local, regional and national music, the Tiger was able to acquire the talents of such acts as-Ben Folds Five (their first show), Hootie and The Blowfish, Edwin McCain, Members of The Neville Brothers, Papa Grows Funk, Bernie Worell (Parliament Funkadelic), Johnny Neal (Allman Brothers), Lee Boys, Hobex, various Jeff Sipe projects and not to leave out almost every local talent residing in Greensboro. 24 years is a long time for a club to be supporting live music in our area, and we’re very honored and proud to be a part of one of the richest musical areas in the southeast and now that we’ve moved to 1819 Spring Garden St., the music will only get bigger and better. So come join the family and be exposed to the best entertainment offered in the Triad.
The Garage is a 21 years and older club in Winston Salem dedicated to presenting the best live music possible, from the triad and beyond.
YES! Weekly began as a concept in December 2004, and was on the streets of Greensboro by Jan. 4, 2005. Our mission was to bring hard and fair news, insightful commentary and comprehensive cultural writing. Since then we have expanded our coverage to include High Point, Winston-Salem and the other cities and towns of the North Carolina Piedmont Triad. With a commitment to honest coverage, common-sense editorial policy and great writing, YES! Weekly has become a vital part of the Triad media scene, breaking stories, uncovering hidden cultural gems and winning both statewide and regional awards.
The Carolina Peacemaker
Since 1967, The Carolina Peacemaker has served as North Carolina’s leading news weekly with a national reputation. Founded by Dr. John Kilimanjaro, the newspaper is published by Carolina Newspaper, Inc.
The DotMatrix Project
The DotMatrix Project documented the live music scene of Greensboro, NC between the Spring of ’08 and the Summer of ’10. The project consisted of a collaborative, volunteer effort between local artists, musicians, filmmakers and photographers to produce professional quality media of shows by original musicians.