Not many regions of the country can claim to having a bonafide blueswoman among their ranks. Yet we, on the OBX, can take heart in the knowledge that we have not only a blueswoman, but one of the best in Ruth Wyand.
Roanoke Island Festival Park on Wednesday, Aug. 23, is the site of the OBX Summer Send-Off, a musical extravaganza that features JJ Grey and Mofro, Keller Williams, The Record Company, Travers Brothership, Ruth Wyand and the Tribe of One and many others.
Comic Andy Forrester returns to the stage at Comedy Club of the Outer Banks for a four-day appearance beginning Tuesday, Aug. 1.
Outer Banks native Graham Outten was born to sing. If you don’t believe it, Outten says you can ask the medical staff who were in the delivery room the day he entered the world.
The music of Outer Banks musician Broughton Aycock comes in many forms: Broughton Aycock & Friends, Eddy and the Riptides, the Wine Country All Stars, Carson’s Bad Barbershop Trio and, simply, Broughton Aycock.
In the course of his decades-long career, singer-songwriter Scott Sechman has performed with some luminaries in the music industry, including Tom Rush, Al Wilson, Bill Medley, The Coasters, The Marvelettes and The Grass Roots.
Musician Monte Hooker has been a fixture on the Outer Banks for 33 years. When he’s not troubleshooting pump and control panel issues for Environtech — from Corolla to Hatteras, Moyock to Englehard to Swan Quarter — he’s wowing crowds at local hot spots, including Hurricane Mo’s, Arts Place …
The Dave Matthews Band, which has been a touring machine for more than two decades, took the year off, but that hardly means the members of the group have been slacking.