Gregory Amos In the Crown April 9, 8:00 pm

Before purchasing tickets, please familiarize yourself with our current COVID-19 policies listed below

Tickets are $14 in advance, or $17 at the door, taxes included.
Ticket Commission: A $3 processing fee will be added to each ticket.

The theatre box office will open 30 minutes prior to show for this event only.

A North Carolina native, soul and inspirational saxophonist Gregory Amos has been on the Richmond, Virginia music scene for the past 21 years. He is a songwriter, music producer, multi-talented musician, and entrepreneur. A graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, after spending nearly 20 years in corporate America as a Staff Engineer, Amos left a very fruitful and prosperous career in 2016 to dedicate his energy and efforts solely to following his dreams and passions of working fulltime in the music and entertainment industry. His music is often described as being melodic, soulful, soothing, tranquil, and spirit filled. Amos writes, composes, and produces most of his music. Releasing his EP “I Belong To You” in 2011, “Simply Christmas” EP & “Holiday Cheer” Single 2014, “A Change Is Gonna Come” Single 2016, “Joyful Christmas “Album 2017 and “Old Rugged Cross” Single 2018, Gregory Amos pours himself into his instrument, captivating your soul. He delivers heartfelt performances that are sure to speak to you.

Rod McCoy is a native of the Triad and now calls Charlotte, NC home. He started out playing trumpet in his middle school band, but it was the instruments played by his grandfather, a notable guitarist on the quartet scene, and his father, a drummer, that really peaked his interest. By the age of sixteen, Rod was playing fulltime with a quartet and filling in as a part of his father’s group. It was while Rod was in college at North Carolina A&T State University studying communications that his musical tastes expanded to include jazz, R&B and go-go. Rod has been influenced the most by Michael Jackson, Mint Condition, Earth Wind and Fire, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, and his all-time favorite, Prince. In 2016 he released his debut EP “Two Gifts One Anointing,” and developed a special show called “The Songbook of Baby Face,” featuring songs written by and or performed by Baby Face. Through the years, he has played lead and bass guitar for a variety of notable artists and bands such as Bishop TD Jakes, Donnie McClurkin, Dorothy Norwood, Marvin Sapp, Melvin Williams, Gregory Amos and ADP, The Groove Masters, and Chairman of the Board.

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At this time, to minimize exposure to COVID-19 for patrons, artists, staff, and volunteers, the Carolina Theatre of Greensboro will be requiring proof of full vaccination or negative viral test within 72 hours prior to attending or participating in an event at the theatre for everyone age 12 and above, effective October 1, 2021.

Proof will be required before entry to the theatre and will be accepted in the form of an original vaccination card, a photocopy or digital image of the card, or a printout of negative test results, along with a photo ID.

The Carolina Theatre has implemented these changes as the safety of our patrons, performers, staff, and volunteers is our top priority.

For details on the Carolina Theatre of Greensboro’s health and safety policies please visit our COVID-19 preparedness page.