Tracks Music Series: Hard Drive & Honey Magpie

September 9, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
University Place

Live & Local Music

Thursday September 9: Folk & Bluegrass
6:00-6:45 p.m. Hard Drive
7:15-8:00p.m. Honey Magpie

Chapel Hill’s local music streaming platform, Tracks Music Library, announces four free outdoor concerts on Thursday evenings in September at University Place. Each night’s lineup is themed around a genre and will feature two 45 minute sets from Tracks artists. Discover new music in a way it’s meant to be heard — live and in-person.

Events will be rain or shine. If serious conditions occur, we’ll update the information here.

Free & open to all!

Hard Drive

Hard Drive is a hard-driving aural modern traditional old time authentic millennial bluegrass collective made up of Tatiana Hargreaves, Aaron Tacke, Sonya Badigian, and Nokosee Fields. From brother duets to raging fiddle tunes, Hard Drive brings a sense of deep intuition and silliness to the world that encompasses old-time, country, and bluegrass. The Bluegrass Situation describes the band as “a delightful subversion of our expectations of what traditional bluegrass is supposed to be.” Hard Drive serves up a “high-octane bluegrass-old-time style, delivered with deep intuitive insight, manic exploratory zeal and seriously powerhouse instrumental (and vocal) chops but also, importantly, with an abundant and overwhelming sense of fun.” [Folk Radio UK]. They float gently around a Bermuda-Triangle-type spacetime warp in central North Carolina, and they are constantly expanding at the approximate pace of the universe.

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Honey Magpie

Honey Magpie is an indie-folk band from Chapel Hill, NC whose sound is both traditional and modern, blending classical string instruments and three part harmonies with pop, rock, and indie influences.

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