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      Mike Cross in Concert in Winston Salem

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      September 14, 2012

      Friday   8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

      407 West Fourth Street
      Winston Salem, North Carolina

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      Mike Cross in Concert

      North Carolinaʼs own Mike Cross, singer, songwriter, storyteller, and humorist returns in concert to the UNCSA Stevens Center in Winston-Salem on Friday, September 14, at 8:00pm.

      Cross’s one-man, turbocharged stage show serves up a collection of humorous songs, sensitive ballads, Will Rogers-like tales, Delta blues, and fiery Celtic and Appalachian fiddle tunes.

      His music is a unique blend of folk, blues, rock, country, and Irish, spiced with a good dose of wonderfully warped wit, which "crosses" all musical boundaries and defies categorization.

      “I’m really looking forward to performing at the Stevens Center,” Cross said, “Not only because it’s such a legendary concert hall, but because of the happy memories I have from concerts I did there in the past. I remember the first time I performed there, the theater was so gorgeous and comfortable, and the audience was so enthusiastic… Heck, I felt like moving into the place and calling it home.” 

      Mike's Winston-Salem appearance coincides with the release of his fourteenth CD, "Crossin Carolina," produced by his son Patrick Cross, guitarist for the internationally acclaimed Michael Jackson tribute band, “Who’s Bad.

      Cross's first album, "Child Prodigy," recorded on 1975, was also just released in CD format, and features the original recording of "The Scotsman," a song Mike wrote in 1973 that gained notoriety as the theme song for the Dr. Demento Radio Show, and "Leon McDuff" which was recorded and performed by the Dirt Band for the first Farm Aid Concert.

      Cross’s last performance at the Stevens Center was with Doc and Merle Watson in 1985, for the opening the theater’s American Music Series.

      Tickets are available at the box office at 336-721-1945, or online at

      Get you tickets early for an evening of music and laughter you will never forget!

      "As energetic as he is versatile, Cross keeps up two hours of nonstop patter, songs and stories, and holds listeners throughout . . . A comparison to Steve Goodman is natural, given the high energy level of this Southern-accented, witty, folk-blues performance..."

      “He is such a natural performer I couldn't believe it.”
      Nancy Weisinger, Taylor Guitars

      “Only rarely does a performer come along whose music transcends the barriers of age and trend. Mike Cross is such a performer -- he offers pure, untamed entertainment.”
      The Daily Tar Heel UNC, Chapel Hill

      “In a word, Mike Cross is the consummate entertainer...”
      Richmond Times Dispatch

      “People who like rock . . . folk, jazz and country like Mike Cross!”
      WQDR Radio, Raleigh, NC

      “On stage Mike Cross is a one man tour de force, a high-energy humorist, folksinger and guitar and virtuoso.”
      The Advocate & Greenwich Time

      Cost: Payment required - $22, $25, and $28, plus $1.00 facility service fee.

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