Queen City Streams brings local live music to your living room

Queen City Streams brings local live music to your living room
In an effort to raise money for the venue and the artists who play there, Neighborhood Theatre is hosting a concert series online. (Courtesy Neighborhood Theatre)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Local independent music venues like Neighborhood Theatre, Visulite Theatre and Evening Muse have been closed since the beginning of the pandemic in mid-March. No shows mean no revenue for these businesses.

In an effort to raise money for the venue and the artists who play there, Neighborhood Theatre is hosting a concert series online.

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Queen City Streams happens every Wednesday on Facebook Live and Mandolin.

It’s free to watch although a suggested donation of $10 is encouraged.

The series provides music fans with a safe way to check out Charlotte musicians from the comfort of their own homes.

The series is sponsored by Charlotte-based concert promoter Maxx Music, Free Range Brewing, Mama Ward’s Cake Co., Cabo Fish Taco and Fedor.

Here’s the lineup:

Feb. 17 - Ocie Davis

Feb. 24 - Dexter Jordan

March 3 - Late Bloomer

March 10 - Temperance League

March 17 - Jim Sharkey

March 24 - Modern Moxie

March 31 - Doneta Dawson

April 28 - Emily Sage

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