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Steel Guitar Concert, Symposium March 23

UNC’s Southern Folklife Collection will sponsor a steel guitar concert and symposium March 23 at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro. Continue reading

Rare Photos of American Roots Musicians on Exhibit in Wilson Library

Johnny Cash and The Byrds are among the musicians portrayed in “Visualizing American Roots Music,” a new photograph exhibit in UNC’s Wilson LIbrary. Continue reading

Fiddle Concert and Symposium Jan. 11 and 12

Sounds of the fiddle will be heard Jan. 11 at 12 during free music and lectures from the Southern Folklife Collection. Tickets available now. Continue reading

“Chilly and Charming” Winter Stories for Children of All Ages on Dec. 6

Storytellers and musicians will entertain children of all ages at the Friends of the Library’s 20th annual Winter Stories program on Dec. 6 in Wilson Library. Continue reading

Ben Taylor in Concert at the ArtsCenter Oct. 24

Singer-songwriter Ben Taylor and his band will perform Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 8 p.m. at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro. The Southern Historical Collection in the Wilson Special Collections Library is sponsoring the evening. Continue reading

Daytime Concert Series to Bring Southern Music to Campus

Three free daytime concerts will bring blues, bluegrass, and funk to the UNC campus. Continue reading

Fall 2012 Events

The UNC University Library and Friends of the Library announce the Fall 2012 calendar of events. Continue reading

Lectures, Concert to Celebrate Banjo Aug. 25

The Southern Folklife Collection will present “The Banjo: Southern Roots, American Branches,” on Aug. 25 on the UNC campus.The day will feature free lectures and musical performances. Continue reading

Grant Will Preserve Rare American Music Recordings

The Southern Folklife Collection will preserve rare recordings and photographs, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Continue reading

Merge Records Partners with Southern Folklife Collection to Preserve Archives

Merge Records will partner with the Southern Folklife Collection in UNC’s Wilson Special Collections Library to archive music, art, and ephemera from its 23-year history. Continue reading