15th ANNUAL BLUES CRAWL, SATURDAY, JULY 11th presented by The Sunrise Theatre Special Guest – Baxter Clement

Board member Herb Cameron & John Earp discuss the fast growing downtown Southern Pines event that attracted over 1800 people last year. The Sunrise Theatre is a non-profit organization operating as the Sunrise Preservation Group. The Blues Crawl Event and others like it provide the necessary funding to allow the theatre to provide a diverse variety of entertainment to the Sandhills community.
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Tickets can be purchase at etix.com or at the Sunrise Theatre or their website anytime up until the evening of the event. Tickets are $25.00 and provide the ticket holder with access to many different musical events (all within walking distance) of the Sunrise Theatre.


Music teacher, actor & singer, Baxter Clement joins us to discuss his perspective on the Blues Crawl and the opening of his new guitar store in the well-known Casino Building in downtown Southern Pines.


Baxter ClementMusician, actor, teacher, performer, and new father, Baxter Clement is this week’s guest and All Thing’s Moore County’s latest addition to it’s Points of Light Series.
Baxter runs the Sandhills School of Performing Arts in downtown Southern Pines. He has appeared in local productions, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash & Forever Plaid to name a few.
He talks about his next project as Neil Diamond, his family life, his experiences as a teacher/mentor, and his reflections of Moore County and Southern Pines, which he came back home to in 2006.
His enthusiasm for his craft and his self deprecating humor make Baxter a highly entertaining and interesting guest.