Friday, September 11 from 10pm to 1am

at Elsewhere – 606 S. Elm Street, Greensboro, NC

A  spirited night of fast and loose old time music and a rowdy square dance with performances by the Five Point Rounders and Laura Jane Vincent.

$10. Tickets available online and at the door.





The Five Point Rounders live at The Pinhook in Durham, NC (from Youtube)


The Five Points Rounders are a string band from in and around Durham, North Carolina, that were founded in 2010 to play the traditional old-time music of the Appalachian Southeast. They’re best known for the riotous and rowdy square dances they lead around the Piedmont for dancers of all walks of life. They’re members are David Bass – Fiddle, Colin Booy – Banjo, Tracy Lafleur – Guitar, Rob VanVeld – Gutbucket. Nancy Mamilin- Square Dance Caller.



Laura Jane Vincent is a professional performer, multi instrumentalist, singer and songwriter. She writes personal ballads of strength, loss, and triumph and features folk tales of those who should know better but just simply can’t help themselves. Her original, soothing but powerful sound comes from years of tutelage by her father and various other professional songwriters, classical musicians, and indie artists that she has surrounded herself with her whole life. She performs hundreds of concerts and shows every year, traveling the northeast and south. Always expanding her routes, she’s a constant touring force, longing to share her original music with any and all who will listen. After living and learning in several music scenes (including years in charleston, sc, asheville, nc, and the Piedmont triad of nc), she now lives in southeastern rural North Carolina in a 200 year old farmhouse with her bandmate and drummer husband, Dave Tippetts, and a general assortment of fuzzy misfit animals.