- Artist: Jay Garrigan
- Date: 07/18/14
- Time: 7:00pm
- Venue: Orange Olive Hair Gallery
- City: Charlotte , NC
- Address: 2824 N. Davidson Street
- Venue phone: (704) 334-2229
- Country: United States
- Admission: FREE!
- Age restrictions: All Ages
- Notes: NODA’s very own Jay Garrigan, lead singer/guitarist of The-Eyebrows and keyboardist/bassist of Temperance League performs a solo set of his music from 7:00-9:00 p.m. Eastern at Orange Olive Hair Gallery on 2824 N. Davidson in Charlotte, NC.
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* New band The-Eyebrows rehearsing and recording
* Playing keys & bass in Temperance League
* Writing and recording solo songs
NODA’s very own Jay Garrigan, lead singer/guitarist of The-Eyebrows and keyboardist/bassist of Temperance League performs a solo set of his music on Friday, July 18 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. Eastern at Orange Olive Hair Gallery on 2824 N. Davidson in Charlotte, NC. This event also celebrates the art opening of Z’s Artwork. Jay Garrigan, whose voice […]
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