Reliably Bad with William Hinson
This event has been postponed; additional details coming soon.
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In the Crown!
A night of dancing, original music, and live bands! William Hinson (indie/pop) and Reliably Bad (funk/pop) are two up-and-coming artists in the North Carolina music scene striving to build community through song writing. William Hinson will be celebrating the release of his upcoming album entitled “Everything Will Be Okay” and Reliably Bad will be performing new original material that will be featured on their debut album, expected to be released within 2020. Both artists have spent substantial time performing throughout the region, perfecting their live show, and are excited to put on this unique show for the Triad area.
This event is standing. Limited chairs available upon request.
Tickets are $8 in advance, or $12 at the door.
NC sales tax is included in the ticket price.
Guests can opt to have tickets mailed to them for a $1 postage fee, or can pick tickets up at will call for no additional charge.
Please note: There is an additional $3.50 per ticket service fee on web purchases. To avoid this charge, call the Carolina Theatre Box Office at 336-333-2605 Monday through Friday from noon until 5PM, or visit the Carolina Theatre in person.
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Reliably Bad is an eight-piece Funk-Pop band based out of Greensboro, North Carolina. The band was formed in 2018 with the initial intention of bringing danceable music to the college house show scene in Greensboro and inspired by the sounds of artists such as Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, The Funk Brothers, James Brown, Erykah Badu, Vulfpeck, Moonchild, etc. After building a large following in the local music scene Reliably Bad has gone on to perform across the region at venues and festivals such as The North Carolina Folk Festival, Cat’s Cradle, The TApp Room, The Blind Tiger, The Spot. Additionally, the group has been purposeful to interact and collaborate with the local community by performing with The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Orchestra and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Sinfonia String Orchestra, and collaborating with visual artists for photo shoots and
Over the past year, Reliably Bad has released 6 singles across all streaming sites, three of which were recorded at Manifold Recording Studios in Pittsboro, NC. These singles have accumulated to over 450,000 total streams on Spotify. The band is currently working on recording a full length album with an expected release date within 2020.
The members that make up Reliably Bad are all accomplished musicians in their own right who all bring their own perspective to the project, with expertise in styles including jazz, classical, old time, R&B, and rock.
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William Hinson (born March 4th, 1996) is an indie pop singer-songwriter who originally hails from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Citing The Beatles, John Mayer, Hall and Oates, and The 1975 as his biggest influences, William fuses catchy, relatable lyrics with feel-good compositions to create a sound that has landed him performance slots on radio, festivals, college campuses, and beloved regional venues such as The Ramkat, PULP in the Orange Peel, The Mothlight, The Grey Eagle, and Cat’s Cradle. William is a favorite alumni of Sofar Sounds having played Sofar NYC, Chicago, DC, Philly, Atlanta, and Boston, and was voted Sofar Greensboro’s Artist of the Year for 2018. He recently returned from Europe where he played gigs in Sweden and the United Kingdom.
William’s music has garnered over 2 million streams on Spotify alone, and averages anywhere from 50,000 to 70,000 monthly listeners on the platform at any given time. Vol. 1, Vol. 2 and Vol. 3 releases of his three-part EP series Elevator Music are available on Spotify, Apple Music, and all other streaming services.
In 2020, William will be releasing new music from a forthcoming project entitled Everything Will Be Okay. The first five singles Ireland, Help!, I Can’t Think for Myself, Self Love, and Proximity are available now.