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North Carolina Heritage Award Performances Set for May 20

Bobby Hicks by Pat FranklinFive North Carolinians from diverse artistic traditions will be awarded the North Carolina Heritage Award on Tuesday, May 20 at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh. Recipients include: Bobby Hicks, a 10-time Grammy award-winning bluegrass fiddler; Susan Leveille, a Jackson County hand weaver; Sid Luck, a fifth-generation potter from Seagrove; Bill Myers, whose band The Monitors has played rhythm and blues and jazz music for more than 50 years; and Arnold Richardson, a Haliwa-Saponi artist who has influenced the revitalization of North Carolina Indian arts. These five accomplished artists will be honored on Tuesday, May 20 in Raleigh with a North Carolina Heritage Award.

Bluegrass Fiddler Bobby Hicks to Receive NC Heritage Honors

Bobby Hicks by Pat FranklinThe 25th Anniversary of the North Carolina Heritage Awards will honor masters of the traditional arts in an impressive ceremony that includes virtuoso performances and the stories of the artists designated as our state’s 2014 living cultural treasures. Governor Pat McCrory has announced that five North Carolinians from diverse artistic traditions will be awarded the state's Heritage Awards, May 20, 2014 at the A.J. Fletcher Opera House in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh.

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