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Live Music Thursdays in May

Published on May 2, 2015 under Promotions, Thursdays

Mura_Thursday_CamLooking to add a little more to your date nights? Break out of your routine and enjoy relaxing live music every Thursday. and always great sushi at Mura in North Hills.

LIVE MUSIC
8:30-10:30pm

Drink Special · $4.50 Sapporo Drafts

With Weekly Featured Appetizers Too

Thursday, May 7th:  Paul Bomar

Inspired by musically-adept family, Paul Bomar started his musical journey at the age of 13 by picking up a used beginner guitar and learning a few rock tunes. Upon receiving a dubbed copy of Miles Davis’s “‘Round About Midnight” at the age of 16, he developed a love for jazz that has only grown in the years since.

After playing in several funk and rock bands, Paul set out to share his passion for jazz with the Raleigh-Durham area and performed with his own groups and other jazz combos, as well as working as a session musician for numerous performers in the area. Paul plays, as described by others, “tastefully, economically, tunefully, swinging”, drawing from traditional influences such as Kenny Burrell and Jim Hall as well as more recent players such as Ed Bickert and Peter Bernstein.

Thursday, May 14th: Canaan James

So many things come into mind, when I think about what music has done in my life.  The first musical recording I ever received from my mom, was  Bobby Brown tape! I wore that thing out, and whenever I got into trouble, I’d say, “don’t be cruel” mom! She’d say, “why did you do that”!??  I’d say, its “my perogative”. I thought it was hilarious. She didn’t think it was so funny. I grew up listening to Foreigner, Europe, Def Leppard, then on the opposite side of the spectrum, Johnny Cash, Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Engelbert Humperdink, and all those influences came from my grandfather.

Thursday, May 21st: Russ Thompson

Russ Thompson just finished recording his very first independent studio album. His combination of Folk, Rock, Americana has been entertaining folks in the Piedmont for years. With the March 1st release of his album “The Long Lost Toubadour” he will be presenting 10 brand new songs marking his personal accounts of life, philosophy, and storytelling.

Thursday, May 28th: Paul Bomar

Inspired by musically-adept family, Paul Bomar started his musical journey at the age of 13 by picking up a used beginner guitar and learning a few rock tunes. Upon receiving a dubbed copy of Miles Davis’s “‘Round About Midnight” at the age of 16, he developed a love for jazz that has only grown in the years since.

After playing in several funk and rock bands, Paul set out to share his passion for jazz with the Raleigh-Durham area and performed with his own groups and other jazz combos, as well as working as a session musician for numerous performers in the area. Paul plays, as described by others, “tastefully, economically, tunefully, swinging”, drawing from traditional influences such as Kenny Burrell and Jim Hall as well as more recent players such as Ed Bickert and Peter Bernstein.