Pinehurst Activities & Recreation Archive

Three Dog Night to rock the fairways at Pinehurst

Have you ever seen a rock band perform on the fairways of a golf course?

Neither have we, but it’s happening May 2.

Three Dog Night will take the stage from 5 to 7 p.m. during the 3rd annual Pinehurst Concours d’ Elegance,  a vintage car showcase of rare and pristine collector automobiles.

The band, which had more Top 10 hits between 1969 and 1974 than any other group, is known for the songs “Mama Told Me (Not To Come),” “Joy to the World” and “Black and White.”

They recently added “Heart of Blues” and the a cappella ballad “Prayers of the Children” to their set list, proving they have plenty of songs left after four decades on the road.

The Grammy-nominated band, which had 21 consecutive Top 40 hits, has performed more than 2,200 shows since 1986, adding new fans to its legion of faithful followers.

Admission to the show is included with the purchase of a Pinehurst Concours ticket, which are on sale now for $40. Click here to purchase.

Make it a night by staying at the Four-Diamond Carolina Hotel or Holly Inn. Click here to book online or call 844-889-1077 to make reservations.

Find out more about the Pinehurst Concours at pinehurst.com/news or pinehurstconcours.com. 

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Hitmakers Three Dog Night will perform during the 3rd annual Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance from 5 to 7 p.m. May 2.

 

 

 

 

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Six-time Grammy nominee Tierney Sutton returns to Heart ‘n Soul of Jazz

Tierney Sutton has had a long relationship with music, but she didn’t discover jazz until she was 20.

During her time at Wesleyan University, she became fascinated with artists like Bill Evans and Miles Davis.

“I fell in love with the beautiful harmonies and melodies of jazz,” she said. “Something in jazz was sad and complicated and beautiful and joyful, all at the same time.”

Sutton, a six-time Grammy nominee, will bring those emotions to the stage when she performs during the Heart ‘n Soul of Jazz concert Feb. 14.

The 30th annual event, held at the Carolina Hotel, will benefit the Arts Council of Moore County.

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Buck Creek Jazz Band returning to Heart ‘n Soul of Jazz

Get ready to tap your toes and stomp your feet, the Buck Creek Jazz Band is coming to Pinehurst.

The band, known for playing traditional, Dixieland-style jazz, will open the Arts Council of Moore County’s annual Heart ‘n Soul of Jazz concert at the Carolina Hotel next month.

Buck Creek is no stranger to Moore County as the band has performed at seven previous Heart ‘n Soul concerts.

“The crowds have always been very receptive to the music,” frontman Jim Ritter said.

Band members belt out old-timey songs using a variety of instruments including trombone, clarinet, tuba, banjo, drums and piano

Ritter even plays cornet, a brass instrument similar to the trumpet.

Those who attend the concert should leave feeling a bit lighter, Ritter said.

“It’s a very happy music,” he said. “Jazz music was originally invented for dancers. The rhythm is set up to make you want to move you body, so it’s hard to sit still.”

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A pug-tastic video from golfer Danielle Kang

Wedges at Saticoy Country Club today!.. I had my personal ball boy today 😂😍 #Booda @boodakang

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We interrupt your Monday for an insanely adorable video from one of our favorite LPGA players.

Danielle Kang, winner of the 2011 North & South Amateur at Pinehurst, took to Instagram today to show off her ball boy for the day. 

This little boy happens to have four legs, a wet nose and a meticulously-groomed coat. Meet Booda Kang, a precious pug!

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Many reasons to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Pinehurst

Holly Inn Vintage

The Holly Inn opened Dec. 31, 1895. Located in the heart of the Village, the Four Diamond hotel features 82 guest rooms and suites each as unique as the hotel itself.

New Year’s Eve is of our favorite days of the year.

Why?

We’ve got two reasons – the Holly Inn and Carolina Hotel.

The Holly Inn opened to 20 guests on Dec. 31, 1895, launching the first New Year in Pinehurst history.

Guests paid $3 to spend the night at the modern facility, which had electric lights and steam heat. It included both billiard and card rooms. Each guest room was equipped with a call bell and the finest hair mattresses.

Pinehurst’s first hotel brought more visitors to the area, prompting the need for additional accommodations.

Construction of the Carolina Hotel got underway in 1898 and the Holly Inn expanded in 1899.

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Construction of the Carolina Hotel began in 1898. The doors opened Jan. 1, 1901. The hotel now has 230 Four-Diamond guest rooms including suites.

The four-story Colonial Revival was the largest frame hotel in North Carolina with 250 guest rooms when it opened Jan. 1, 1901.

We’ve celebrated New Year’s Eve in style for more than a century. This year, guests will enjoy the music of the Band of Oz as they countdown to 2015. After the clock strikes twelve, they’ll have access to an overflowing midnight breakfast buffet fit for a king.

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Members celebrate New Year’s Eve at the Pinehurst Country Club in 1947.

 

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