Fridays after Five

Down Til Now
Published on May 30th, 2010
0 comments Local rockers. The SeeDz open. Local rockers. The SeeDz open.
Snap o' the day: No problems here
Published on May 14th, 2010
0 comments Heavy rains, high winds, lightning and thunder did not stop the Iguanas from sizzling at Fridays after 5 on May 14.
The Kings Of Belmont
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments Local rockers. Virginia Beach songwriter Jesse Chong opens. The Kings Of Belmont - The Jerk Store [demo] The Kings Of Belmont - Git R Done The Kings Of Belmont - South Bound The Kings Of...
SGGL
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments Old-school C-ville folk-rock quartet. Former C-ville singer-songwriter Mariana Bell stops back in from California for the opening slot. Mariana Bell - Book
Kathryn Caine
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments Singer-songwriter. Peyton Tochterman opens with jazzy bluegrass. Kathryn Caine - The Rope Kathryn Caine - If You Were To Wake Up Kathryn Caine - Workin' Man Kathryn Caine - Far Away Kathryn Caine...
Jamal Millner and Comrades
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments C-ville's madcap jazz guitar genius lands the summer's biggest gig with his eponymous new band. 'Bout damn time.
Indecision
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments Local jamband. Harmonica-based roots-rockers Blues Farm open. Blues Farm - Miss You
The Rogan Brothers
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments Bluesy roots-rock. Modern Tactics opens. The Rogan Brothers - Into The Light The Rogan Brothers - Heartbeat The Rogan Brothers - Hang Tough
The Iguanas
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments Roots rock via New Orleans. The Buzzard Hollow Boys open with bluegrass and Americana. The Buzzard Hollow Boys - Sue Cow The Buzzard Hollow Boys - Banty Rooster Blues The Buzzard Hollow Boys - Who...
The Skip Castro Band
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments Fiery pianist Danny Beirne returns to run his old 80's-era college rock compadres ragged on their biggest C-ville homecoming since the premiere of the Live From... The Hook documentary which...
Conjunto Sason
Published on Apr 19th, 2010
0 comments Salsa
6 Day Bender
Published on Apr 19th, 2010
0 comments The local bluegrass-rock faves have been taking it unusually easy lately, so don't blow this one off. 6 Day Bender - Kick Out The Fire 6 Day Bender - Devil Lets You Dance 6 Day Bender
The Chickenhead Blues Band
Published on Apr 12th, 2010
0 comments Charlottesville's long-running improv blues champions The Chickenhead Blues Band - Talk To Me, Baby The Chickenhead Blues Band - Glamour Girl The Chickenhead Blues Band - Hunky Dorey The...
FridaysUpdate: Opposites attract? Season closers bring back pop-rock
Published on Sep 8th, 2009
6 comments Tim Be Told transitions between UVA and Charlottesville, pop and indie-rock. PUBLICITY PHOTO Brightly-hewed In Technicolor looks to break from their moniker and gain some serious indie-credentials...
FridaysUpdate: A complete 180: Band brings back classic dance hits
Published on Aug 31st, 2009
0 comments 180 tries to bring infectious energy to its reenactment of modern dance hits. PUBLICITY PHOTO "In Charlottesville, you're either a genre band or doing original stuff," cellist Frank Squillace says. "...
FridaysUpdate: Honeymoon phase: Jim & the Divorcees grow up
Published on Aug 24th, 2009
0 comments Jim Waive & the Young Divorcees– not so young, not so divorced. PUBLICITY PHOTO Country fans raised on CMT videos may be used to hearing their favorite stars sing summertime anthems and...
180
Published on Aug 23rd, 2009
0 comments Eight-piece cover band
FridaysUpdate: Radio ready? Thomas 'won't back down' at Fridays
Published on Aug 18th, 2009
5 comments Local rockers The Will Thomas Band channels the rock of Tom Petty. PUBLICITY PHOTO As he rode around Charlottesville alongside his dad, a young Will Thomas heard the iconic voice of rocker Tom Petty...
FridaysUpdate- Come hungry: Eli cooks up a cohesive sound
Published on Aug 4th, 2009
2 comments Eli Cook with a guitar signed by blues legend BB King. PUBLICITY PHOTO When it comes to local blues musician Eli Cook, one could argue that he doesn't quite fit the college-aged norm. While many...
FridaysUpdate: No scaling back: Alligator rocks on
Published on Jul 28th, 2009
4 comments Alligator keeps several Charlottesville rock traditions alive. PUBLICITY PHOTO "The question is: what is rock 'n roll, and who plays it?" asks singer and Alligator frontman Bob Girard. "We still do...
Local beat: World band hones jams, slows beats
Published on Jul 19th, 2009
1 comments A young Baaba Seth frequented the local scene nearly nightly for four years. PUBLICITY PHOTO They haven't played together since their 2008 New Years Eve gig at the now-defunct Gravity Lounge, but the...
FridaysUpdate: 'Titan' of the times: Dieselbilly legend 'hot rods' to town
Published on Jul 9th, 2009
2 comments Bill Kirchen, also known as the "Titan of the Telecaster," brings his "Dieselbilly" to Fridays. PUBLICITY PHOTO He went to high school with punk progenitor Iggy Pop. He's shared the stage with the...
FridaysUpdate: Swing, jitter, hop: Acme manufactures good times
Published on Jul 5th, 2009
0 comments Acme hearkens back to vintage sounds. PUBLICITY PHOTO "A lot of these songs are from the Great Depression– and I don't have to tell you we're economically challenged right now," vocalist Mary...
Tim Be Told and In Technicolor
Published on Jun 29th, 2009
0 comments College-friendly pop paired up with impossibly optimistic retro-rock. Tim Be Told - System Tim Be Told - Analyze
Jim Waive
Published on Jun 29th, 2009
0 comments Alt-country. Folk duo The Honey Dewdrops open. Jim Waive and the Young Divorcees - Strike A Match The Honey Dewdrops - Nowhere To Stand The Honey Dewdrops - Fly Away Free
The Will Thomas Band
Published on Jun 29th, 2009
1 comments Alternative rock. Country-rockers Gunchux open. Gunchux - The Walk Up 21st Street
Beleza Brasil
Published on Jun 29th, 2009
0 comments Samba and Latin jazz Beleza Brasil - Water To Drink Beleza Brasil - Fever
Eli Cook
Published on Jun 29th, 2009
0 comments Blues guitarist. Rocking Americana outfit Pantherburn opens. Pantherburn - The Octopus Pantherburn - Mister Baby [demo]
Alligator
Published on Jun 29th, 2009
0 comments Grateful Dead covers. Carleigh Nesbit and her folk-rock Roosters open. Carleigh Nesbit and Carl Anderson - Three Steps Out The Door [live] Carleigh Nesbit and Carl Anderson - Passing Through...
Baaba Seth
Published on Jun 29th, 2009
0 comments Popular local worldbeat band of yesteryear. Baaba Seth - Wonderful Baaba Seth - Upside Down [live]