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We're super excited to be starting the '24 season with a doubleheader: one set of music by Toad the Wet Sprocket and another by Barenaked Ladies! We've got a star-studded cast, and all proceeds will go to benefit WFDD's Hive Program, which creates educational opportunities for students to learn about radio and media and the art of storytelling.

This performance is now SOLD OUT. Please contact the box office at 336.258.8420 or info@reevestheater.com to be added to the waitlist. Every month, the Reeves House Band brings your favorite bands to life on the Reeves stage. Bandleader Tommy Jackson, lead guitarist Josh Casstevens, saxophonist/flautist Carlos Tolbert, and a host of special guests and band members pay tribute to some of the most influential rock artists and genres of all time. On March 23, 2024, The Reeves House Band plays Fleetwood Mac.

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Doug Davis

Doug Davis is another one of those middle-aged white guys with a Telecaster, making music on the indie/Americana/rootsy/singer-songwriter spectrum. Do we need another? Probably not. What Doug brings to the table, however, is a ridiculously deep pocket of songwriting experience and an impressive resume of working-band experience that’s helped him hone his stage show over the last few decades. He’s  been a fixture on the southeastern regional scene for many years, as a producer, sideman, a leader of the Triad community project the Vagabond Saints' Society, a founding member of club bands like The Breakfast Club and the Plaids, and as an all-around musical instigator. He’s also been known to moonlight as Fake Mick Jagger in Triangle-area Stones band, Beggars Banquet. But his heart lies in his original music.

Doug also performs and writes with NC-based roots-rock band, Magnolia Green. Doug has also performed with Chris Stamey, Mitch Easter, Alejandro Escovedo, Robyn Hitchcock, Sally Spring, Mark Kano, Artie Lamonica (the Shirts), Jerry Chapman, and many others, and he’s opened for Cracker, The Smithereens, Tift Merritt, Smashmouth, Sister Hazel, and many others. His music has been featured in dozens of television shows and films, including "Saturday Night Live," "Dateline," "The Voice," and "Last Call With Carson Daly."