Polyorchard May 22 at Neptune’s Parlour

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Polyorchard will be playing at Neptune’s Parlour on Thursday Nay 22, 2014.

8pm 21+ $5 suggested donation

The lineup will be Carrie Shull, Jason Bivins, Sara Bloo, Chris Eubank, Julianna Thomas, Bill McConaghy, Ken Moshesh, & Jamie Keesecker.

Polyorchard’s Hopscotch Day Party

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Polyorchard is throwing a FREE day party at Neptune’s Parlour from 3-5pm on Saturday September 7 as part of the Hopscotch Music Festival. For this show, Polyorchard will be Jason Bivins (guitar), Chris Eubank (cello), Dan Ruccia (viola), & me (bass) + special guests.

The first special guest was confirmed this morning and is non other than then great Japanese musician Merzbow.

Neptune’s Parlour is located underground at 14 W. Martin St. between Fayetteville St. and Salisbury St, underneath King’s Barcade. Food available from Garland, located on the ground flour above Neptune’s.

The Cricket In My Life

Two views of The Cricket In My Life, live at Neptune’s Parlour in Raleigh, NC

July 15th (recorded by Dan Schram):

July 22nd (recorded by Jeb Bishop):

Eugene Chadbourne (banjo, dobro)
Jeb Bishop (trombone)
Dave Doyle (french horn, mandolin, banjoette)
Chris Eubank (cello, iPad)
David Menestres (bass)
Dan Ruccia (viola)
Carrie Shull (oboe)

You can also see video of the July 15th performance here

Monday July 29 is the last chance to catch the Insect & Western Party before we ride off into the sunset.

Insect and Western Party

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designed by Lincoln Hancock  prints by AHPeele

From IndyWeek:

Blessed be the five Mondays of this July, as Neptune’s—the subterranean bar two floors down from Kings—puts a hold on its dance-club routine to welcome acid-trip improviser and open-to-all composer Eugene Chadbourne for a weekly residency. Oboist Carrie Shull, cellist Chris Eubank, bassist David Menestres and violist Dan Ruccia join Chadbourne to revisit pieces from his daunting and long-running Insect & Western series, in which the Doctor pulls various strands of jazz and rock music into a roots music framework in a musical attempt to illustrate the lives of insects. If you’re worried about the rest of the week paling in comparison, welcome to Chadbourne’s general aesthetic, where nothing ever sits still for very long and where no idea seems quite deliriously strange enough. —Grayson Currin

Insect and Western Party: Brood II

Dr. Eugene Chadbourne’s Insect and Western Party will be celebrating the arrival of the Cicadas every Monday in July at Neptune’s Parlour in downtown Raleigh (underneath Garland and King’s Barcade). The core band will be:

Eugene Chadbourne

Chris Eubank

David Menestres

Dan Ruccia

Carrie Shull

with special guests. The party starts at 8pm every Monday. All hail our cicada overlords!

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