Name: Patrick Carney
Hometown: Chapel Hill, NC
Major: Global Studies, Minoring in Music
Tradition’s important, but there’s no status quo for campus life at UNC. – P.C.
Carolina transformed my view of academics and knowledge. – P.C.
Learning here has really changed my approach to solving problems. – P.C.
Best friend Justin Ellis is also front man of Clockwork Kids, Patrick’s current band.
Learned the art of active listening in Dr. John Brackett‘s rock lab music class.
Allison Farmer knows all there is to know about lighting design at Carolina Union Production Services. Bonus: She’s fun to work with, too.
Natalie Feingold can really talk linguistics.
Proud to have helped Saman Khoujinian’s group, Virgins Family Band, get their first gig.
Azul Zapata never misses a local show. So, in addition to being totally up on good music, she’s greatly appreciated by local bands.
The Old Well. It’s an obvious choice, but for good reason, and especially charming in the snow.
Bandmate Jeff DeLuca. Political activist. Phenomenal guitarist.
Jorge Martinez-Blat has great stories and a “flawless” Alan Rickman impression.
Natalia Gonzalez Chavez is the one to see for entrepreneurial advice—and gorgeous handmade jewelry.
Cobb Parking Deck. Good acoustics, for a parking deck. *Great* spot to film a music video.
Gabe Reynolds invited Patrick to Local 506, where he discovered Little Green Cars.
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