Dwarf Star Presents Events
Dwarf Star Presents:
"Rock Out for Climate Action"
hopscotch day show
Sunday, September 27th, 2PM - 7PM EST
The sense of community that comes with Hopscotch Day Shows each year is one of the most memorable parts of the festival. Join us on Sunday, September 27th for a full afternoon of music, streamed LIVE from the performers' locations.
Presented in partnership with the Hopscotch Music Festival, to benefit Environment North Carolina, Trees for the Triangle, Renewable Energy Transition Initiative, NC League of Conservation Voters and NC Interfaith Power and Light.
Kaiser Taiwan @ 2pm
Drew Ball @ 3pm
Dissimilar South @ 4pm
Jaguardini @ 5pm
The Pinkerton Raid @ 6pm
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Dwarf Star Presents:
Monthly Concert Series
The Dwarf Star Presents concert series is a monthly streaming show, highlighting established & rising musicians and bands.
Join us on the first Thursday of each month, from 7pm - 8:30pm EST,
for three great performances streamed LIVE from the musicians' locations.
Thursday, October 1st, 7pm-8:30pm EST
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About the Musicians and Bands:
Eclectic Soul is a sister duo based in Raeford, NC. The melodic, colorful voices belong to Aleigha and Ajahnah Lambert. They have been singing and performing since Elementary school and enjoy spreading their musical gifts with all! Although the duo has been singing together since forever, Eclectic Soul was formed in July of 2019 and are working towards their first studio album to release in 2021. They are on Facebook and IG and are available for booking now!
Durham, NC artist Wake Moody plays a strange game: his music - built on old-school R&B, rock, and modern pop - stays focused on good vibes, while the lyrics often deal with something more conflicted. “Most of the songs,” he explains, “are ‘almost-love songs’” – songs where, if one detail was different, everyone would be happy. “So 90% of the situation is great,” he says, “but that last 10%, the deal-breaker, the problem, means you need to let go. But you won’t because the good parts are too good.”
Singer-songwriter Matt Phillips has been involved with many musical groups in his life, from the North Carolina Boy's Choir to a high school band to his church band.
He started street performing after high school, alone, for some money and found a lot of fans. Phillips' music combines the singer-songwriter genre with pop, funk, blues and jazz.