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

As we partner with new venues in Greensboro and Winston Salem, we’ll be sharing our ticket links through Eventbrite as well as the individual venues. 


 F& B Present -Open the Door for Three 2:00 PM -Sunday Dec. 4 - Footnotes in Winston Salem


 Click here for TICKETS – Open the Door for Three – (will open a new page in Eventbrite)

Fiddle & Bow and Footnotes are proud to present Open the Door for Three on Sunday December 4 at 2PM. Open the Door for Three is fiddle player Liz Knowles, uilleann piper Kieran O’Hare, and Dublin-born singer and bouzouki player Pat Broaders. Their music is a rare combination of unearthed tunes from centuries-old collections, newly composed melodies, fresh arrangements of songs old and new, homages to the musicians and bands they grew up listening to, and the unmatched energy of a trio of good friends playing great Irish music together. 


The ‘Boro Sessions with F& B present   

Randal Bays with guitarist Don Penzien

Friday, Dec. 9 at 7:30PM
Church of the Covenant Presbyterian
501 South Mendenhall Street, Greensboro, NC, 27403

Randal Bays is an American born, Irish style fiddler who brings power and passion to the old tradition. He’s devoted many years to learning not just the tunes, but more importantly the feeling of Irish traditional music as handed down by the many great fiddlers and music lovers past and present. He renders the music with an intensity not commonly heard in any genre, powered by a deep love of the music, the culture, and a heartfelt wish to share this magnificent tradition with audiences.



Fiddle & Bow Present – Bill and the Belles

7:30 PM, Friday January 6PM – 

The Crown at The Carolina Theatre

Bill & The Belles - Band Promo Photos 2020

Bill and the Belles is a Johnson City, TN-based band known for combining a stringband format with their signature harmonies, candid songwriting, and pop sensibilities. Their delightfully deadpan new album, Happy Again, is full of life, humor, and tongue-in-cheek explorations of love and loss. Bill and the Belles is Kris Truelsen on guitar, fiddler Kalia Yeagle, banjo/banjo-uke player Aidan VanSuetendael, and bassist Andrew Small. The group has a knack for saying sad things with a bit of a smirk, and anyone who’s been to one of their shows can attest that you leave feeling lighter and refreshed.