The Dune Dogs (http://www.thedunedogs.com), which consists of area executives playing “country-fried swamp ‘n’ roll music,” will perform Thursday, Dec. 22 at Southland Ballroom (http://southlandballroom.com), located at 614 N. West St. in the Glenwood South neighborhood of downtown Raleigh. The Dune Dogs will share the stage with Woodward South, a local classic rock band. Doors open at 7 p.m. and performances begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door and an additional $3 for guests under 21.
“It’s hard to believe that we have been around for seven years,” said Finchman, harmonicist with the Dune Dogs. “We are excited to return to Southland Ballroom to share the joy of the holidays and perform with Woodward South, and hopefully we will provide a memorable experience for our fans.”
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– In 2010, The Dune Dogs received the Standing Ovation 2010 MetroBravo! award in the category of Local Band. They were also named the Best Roots/Country Band by Independent Weekly’s 2010 Best of the Triangle awards.
About The Dune Dogs
Conceived and delivered on Ocracoke Island in 2002, the Dune Dogs’ rural blend of hard-core country and southern rock ‘n’ roll prove that a lack of talent and professionalism are not necessarily impediments to good vibes and the “humble endings” of a Dune Dog experience. The Dune Dogs are: Dusty Baker (guitar, bass, vocals); “Hillbilly” Dickerson (guitar, bass, vocals); JimChris Dott (bass, keyboards, mandolin, vocals); Finchman (vocals, harmonics); Dick Turben (drums, percussion, vocals); and Trent D. Goatboy (drums, bass, banjo, percussion, vocals). For more information, visit http://www.thedunedogs.com.