The Turnage Theater in Images: a Retrospect in Melody - Chapter VII | Eastern North Carolina Now

The Barefoot Movement (from left to right): Hasec Ciaccio - stand-up bass, Noah Wall - fiddle, Qentin Acres - guitar, Tommy Norris, mandolin: Above. Noah, Quentin and Tommy picking style gives the crowd a burst of Bluegrass energy: Below and in the two videos further below.   photos by Stan Deatherage

"Lay it all Down on Me" performed by The Barefoot Movement: Above.

"Calico Jack," written by Quentin Acres, performed by The Barefoot Movement, live at the Turnage Theater July 9, 2011, supplied by Tommy Norris Music: Above.

It was a great show and I think talented members of The Barefoot Movement realized it. They truly deserved to feel good about their young selves this night: Above and below.    photos by Stan Deatherage

   Publisher's note: This series to be continued in The Turnage Theater in Images: a Retrospect in Melody - Chapter VIII.
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