You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them. Ray Bradbury said that in 1994, several years before the proliferation ... Read More
This summer, the kind folks at Church At Charlotte have invited me to display my visual artwork in their gallery. It is a tremendous honor for me, as this is my first opportunity to exhibit a collection of my non-musical work anywhere on earth. It will be on display from now until early August, so if you live in/near Charlotte, NC, or if you feel like flying in from your native England, feel free to visit the gallery.
Church At Charlotte
2500 Carmel Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28226
Monday-Thursday 9am – 5pm
Friday 9am – 2pm
Sunday 8:15am – 12:30pm
*During the week, those wishing to visit the Gallery should stop by the church office and a staff member will open the gallery space for them.
Eric Peters, affectionately called "Pappy" by those who love him, is the grand old curmudgeon of the Rabbit Room. But his small stature and often quiet presence belie a giant talent. He's a songwriter of the first order, and a catalogue of great records bears witness to it. His last album, Birds of Relocation, blew minds and found its way onto “year’s best” lists all over the country. When he's not painting, trolling bookstores, or dabbling in photography, he's touring the country in support of his latest record, Far Side of the Sea.