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Open Mic Night @ The Berkeley Cafe




One of the greatest treasures of Raleigh’s night life is Open Mic Night at the Berkeley Cafe. I’ve covered the Berkeley before back in September but open mic night is something truly special. Just as you may imagine, it’s a night in which musicians of all varieties can perform for a rather large audience simply by signing up. It is usually an eclectic mix of music of several stripes, not music limited to one specific genre.
If you ever find yourself bored on a Wednesday night, I highly recommend checking it out. You won’t be disappointed.

217 W Martin St
Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 821-0777
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An Evening at the Berkeley Cafe




I just happened to walk by and hear the music on Sept 7th at the Berkeley. The bass drum said Pyromatic, but I don’t know the name of the band.

WRAL Television Channel 5, Raleigh, N.C.

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The Raleigh landmark seen here has not changed much since it was built in 1959, but the communications medium for which it was built, has. This week Flashback Friday stops by the WRAL-TV studios on Western Boulevard.

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