Update: I’ll be at the Carolina Theater (309 West Morgan St) in Durham on Wednesday, September 20th, 2006 at 7pm for a meetup! If you plan to attend, please RSVP by sending an email to tour@pandora.com with ‘Durham’ in the subject line.
I’m currently planning an itinerary for my tour stop in North Carolina – amazing music scene. Come mid-September, I’ll definitely be stopping in Raleigh and Durham for a town hall meeting, and would love the opportunity to meet Pandora listeners at nearby universities. Asheville and Chapel Hill residents have been great with suggestions for concert clubs and local bands. Keep the tips coming! If you have any suggestions for appropriate venues in the area or on college campuses, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below. I can’t wait to visit!
We love reading and responding to your feedback on the blog – the comments have been a treasure trove of great insights and guidance as we plan our visits. If you have a particular idea you want to discuss, or just want to get more involved, we’re eager for help – just drop us an email at tour@pandora.com. Please include your location in the subject line of your message too. No idea is too big or small!


  1. MusicFan
    September 21, 2007 at 5:41am
    Charlotte NC musicians are amazing. We have at least half a dozen now being featured in major television shows AND major motion pictures. Best places to see original bands - The Evening Muse (best listening room in the state), Snug Harbor, The Milestone Club, The Visulite Theatre, the Neighborhood Theatre. Honestly, the Carolinas are filled with a whole lot of talent. The rest of the country will discover this soon enough. (I'd list bands to see and hear, but there are so many. Check out http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=4811551&blogID=311707783 for a list of some of the best shows going on this week.
  2. Laura
    October 02, 2007 at 1:52pm
    Hey Tim, I just got finished reading about you in INC.I love this service& would like to kn ow what can be done to keep ya'll up and runnin'!!I dont think I could afford a subscription,but I have started clicking ads.I have also been telling ALL my friends and family,my son is getting ready to start his own rap station-lol Thanks for thegreat southern rock&blues. BikerBelle
  3. Elaine Simmons
    October 31, 2007 at 9:37am
    I teach at a community college. I would love to be able to play some classical music while I am teaching and giving exams (some music with no words for students to sing along with). Research has shown that music with 60-80 beats per minute in the background can increase learning and retention of learned data. We have media stations in the classrooms with internet access. It would be great if I could set up a station just for my students!
  4. Addiction
    January 06, 2008 at 5:03pm
    60-80 beats per minute in the background can increase learning ,maybe it can help in other fields as well
  5. Htmini
    March 18, 2008 at 6:22pm
    Pandora is AWESOME!
  6. Prezent
    June 25, 2008 at 7:52am
    really like the jam ,you guyg are really going places and reaching out.love it and beleive me i love jamming.just all the right songs.perfecti will pass this page around.
  7. Marcie
    August 09, 2009 at 3:14am
    So, if you are around for an extra day, I'd schedule another appearance in Chapel Hill to speak with this larger and more vibrant music community. It just reminds me how lucky we are to have such a great density of music and education here in the Triangle.
  8. Denitra Kimble
    January 28, 2011 at 5:06pm
    All that I want to know is how in the world do you get back to the star page after you have went to another page? ex..when you go to the page to mark a song as a book mark. Hell I've been trying all night, the only way that I can is if I signout and then sign back in. If you do this then it will not start you back at the point where you left off. Somebody, anybody pls help me!!!

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