Since 1981 Fiddle and Bow has been bringing great musical entertainment to Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Every month audiences are entertained and educated with music ranging from traditional and contemporary folk to old time, blues, mountain and Celtic.

Lindsay Straw Friday, January 19, 2018 @ 8:00 pm


Cover: $15.00/$13.00 members

As featured in this week’s Relish Top Picks!

Ballads have been a source of inspiration for Lindsay Straw since her childhood in Montana, but she truly grew into the art while studying at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. There she began to tie together the threads of the traditions she was most passionate about: English, Scottish, Irish and American songcraft. She also founded a young Celtic trad band at the college, The Ivy Leaf, which she draws from to fill out the music on her new second album, The Fairest Flower of WomankindMore…

Missy Raines & the New Hip Friday, February 2, 2018 @ 8:00 pm


Cover: $18.00/$16.00 members

With a smokey and seductive alto, 7 Time IBMA Bass Player of the Year, Missy Raines, heads up this all-acoustic ensemble. The territory The New Hip covers is broad and the compass is set by Raines, planted right in the center of the stage directing with her bass every bit as much as she’s playing it. Raines, “…launches her well-tended craft off the bluegrass dock into the waters of jazz and folk, holding onto the anchor of bluegrass while pushing steadily at the boundaries of the music that engulfs her.” -Country Standard Time  More…

Josephine County February 16, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

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Cover: $18.00/ $16.00 members

Josephine County combines the talents of four powerful traditional musicians (Colleen Raney, Erica Shipman, Hanz Araki, and Matt Shipman) into one exceptional musical experience ranging from the United States to Ireland and back. More

Jim Kweskin March 2, 2018 @ 8:00 pm


Cover: $18.00/16.00 members

Jim Kweskin is probably best known as a singer and bandleader. He also created one of the bedrock guitar styles of the folk revival, adapting the ragtime-blues fingerpicking of artists like Blind Boy Fuller to the more complex chords of pop and jazz.  More