Contest: Rayland Baxter at Exit/In

There are few things we at N4F love more than concerts, but giving away tickets for concerts is definitely one of them. Our friends at AEG Live have given us the hook-up for some pretty sweet shows lately and they’re keeping the awesome going by letting us have yet ANOTHER sweet contest. Friends, I’d like to present you with a chance to win tickets to see Rayland Baxter with The Kingston Springs & Birdcloud at Exit/In this Friday.

In his bio he’s described as “a gentleman, a singer of song, a teller of tale, a picker of strings, a thinker of things.” All good things to be as a performer. Rayland, the Kingston Springs, and Birdcloud are all local, so you know that this show is going to get nuts in the best way possible, and you can see it all for free!

All you have to do to enter is by commenting on this blog post and telling me what your favorite Thanksgiving dish is. I’ll even give you a bonus entry if you share the recipe!

I’m picking a winner this Thursday so be sure to get yourself entered ASAP! And tell your friends, because if they win they might bring you with them.

Keep on rockin.




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  • my grandmother’s pumpkin pie!

  • I love stuffing!

  • Kathleen Rall

    this is the dish of all cranberry dishes…cannot be beat! :)2 oranges2 1/2 cups fresh cranberries3-3oz packs orange jello3 cups boiling water2 T lemon juice1 cup sugarpinch saltl 1/2 cups chopped celery1 cup crushes pineapple–undrained1/2 cup chopped pecansPeel oranges, put peeling, cranberries thru food grinder or blender–or just mash and skip the peels.  Remove white membrane from oranges and section them, breaking up sections into small pieces.Dissolve jello in boiling water, add lemon juice, sugar, and salt.  Stir until dissolved.  Add oranges pieces, the ground mix, celery, pineapple and nuts.  Pour into mold and chill til set.  This salad should be made 1-2 days ahead.