A ‘Good’ Farewell

Popular house venue closing after more than two decades

Posted: June 15, 2012 at 2:24 a.m.

GoodFolk Productions, located in a 100-plus-year-old home on Block Avenue in Fayetteville, is the brainchild of Mike Shirkey. After more than 20 years of hosting concerts at the venue, Shirkey hopes to move into a new space soon.

The music will go on, Mike Shirkey insists.

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