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Carolyn Malachi

May 29, 2016 at 7pm


GOLD, the follow-up to Carolyn Malachi’s GRAMMY-nominated single "Orion", includes contemporary R&B radio hits "All Right" and “Fall Winter Spring Summer”—a track included on NPR's 2013 "10 Songs Public Radio Can’t Stop Playing" list. Malachi describes GOLD as an ever-appreciating commodity: self-empowerment. Using her music as a force for good, she advocates across the globe for access to education and technology through collaborations with the School Fund, GRAMMY U and the Global Fund for Women. She says, “Each of our paths is unique. Music is the intersection where we pause for collective conversation. Music is universal.” After two years of international touring, Carolyn Malachi has returned to DC to record new music. 


Opening Act

Starting at 6pm

Larry Draughn Music Group featuring Vanessa Ferguson


The Larry Draughn Music Group consists of Vanessa Ferguson (Voice), Kenny Phelps Mckeown (Bass) and William Darity (Guitar). A multi-faceted ensemble, the L.D.M.G. plays a variety of styles spanning the American pop music tradition: high-level jazz improvisation, hip hop, R&B, gospel, down home blues, and rock too. Lately the group’s performances have focused on celebrating and reimagining the work of North Carolina jazz icons—a project they call the North Carolina Jazz Continuum—and thanks to the vocal talents of Vanessa Ferguson, today’s artist in focus is Nina Simone. Bandleader Larry Draughn (also known as Q) has been honing his craft from a young age, later earning and led him to a Bachelors in Classical percussion and a Masters in Jazz Studies. Q is a first-call musician who has traveled the world playing drums, but this latest ensemble of standout North Carolina jazz musicians is one of his favorites.



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1500 Dans Rd, Greensboro, NC 27401, United States
Jimmie I. Barber Park
1500 Dans Rd, Greensboro, NC 27401, United States



Location Info

For all concerts, grounds will open at 5pm, with the opening act starting at 6pm and the headliner starting at 7pm—unless indicated otherwise. All concerts should end by 8:30pm.


Over 250 paved parking places are available within Barber Park. Overflow parking will be made available at the Hayes-Taylor YMCA. Volunteers and signage will be on-site to help you find safe and convenient parking.

Please refrain from parking along streets in the surrounding residential neighborhoods.

Park Rules

Alcohol will be on-sale, therefore North Carolina law stipulates that no outside alcohol may be brought into the event. All alcohol purchased at the event must be consumed within the confines of the amphitheater/designated event area.

  • No weapons or firearms
  • No animals or pets
  • No fires or grills
  • No unauthorized vehicles driving or parking on unpaved surfaces

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