Chillin in the Driveway started 4 years ago in the driveway of Cayso's house in Fuquay Varina.  Since then, the show has grown drastically with performances every summer and winter.  Chillin in the Driveway VIII took place on December 18th at the Stars Theater and was a resounding success.  The most ambitious concert we have put on yet, Chillin in the Driveway VIII told The Story of Rising Up in dramatic fashion, featuring skits, music, and a customized light show.

The event was captured in beatiful photography by Kiersten Koenig – check out the pictures here: Chillin in the Driveway VIII Pictures





Cayso and No9to5 Music would like to extend a sincere thank you to our Fuquay sponsors for helping to make this show possible.  Please click on the pictures below to go to our sponsors' websites and check out what these local businesses have to offer.

El Dorado Mexican Restaurant

In 1987 Isabel and Elena Ayala, opened the 1st El Dorado Mexican Restaurant in Raleigh, North Carolina. Parents of 8 children at the time ages 5 to 17 with income as everyone else or less, they worked hard and sacrificed plenty to achieve this 1st opening. Today, 22 years later Isabel Ayala’s vision has become a reality, owning 8 restaurants across the Triangle each operated by one of the Isabel & Elena Ayala family.

El Dorado Mexican Restaurant a family business, knows the importance of keeping this vision thriving, this is why when visiting one of the 8 restaurants you will feel warmth and delight as you enjoy the most delicious Mexican food amongst family.


Joyce and Family Restaurant

Joyce & Family Restaurant is noted for their Home made from scratch style cooking that only comes from the love of cooking and the commitment to doing things right. They use only fresh vegetables that if possible she gets from local farmers. She then hand washes them multiple times before slow cooking with her special touch that makes them the best you ever tasted. Her fried chicken is probably the thing she is most noted for. She uses a secret recipe that she credits her Husband Lewis. It is so juicy and delicious that noted food critic, Greg Cox, raved about it in his News and observer food Column.  

**Joyce's is No9to5 time-tested and approved for deliciousness**


Garibaldi Trattoria

Leila and Arken the proud owners of Garibaldi are pleased to announce that Garibaldi has opened its doors in June 2014 and is located right on Main Street in Fuquay-Varina. Our menu offers authentic Italian cuisine made by our chef Rob Sumber who graduated from the Culinary Institute in New York.

Enjoy our food with a glass of wine from our extensive and affordable wine list and be sure to leave some room for our delicious homemade desserts. 

Garibaldi's mission is to provide quality service and outstanding food at an affordable price. We want to create the best possible dining experience for our guests and bring the Italian flair to Fuquay-Varina. 

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CITD7 Recap

Below is a short recap from the Summer 2014 show with pictures and video:

Chillin in the Driveway VII was a huge success!!  Our best show yet, the energy was incredible and the room was filled with smiles and laughter afterwards.  Everyone in attendance received a gift of a physical copy of the new Cayso album visión, and we had a professional photo shoot set up for people to have their picture taken after the show!

Click the picture below to go to the CITD7 photo album on the No9to5 Music facebook page, and check out the video for a performance of "Blue and Yellow"!  Thanks to Sugelema for filming the footage.


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