Gravity Lounge

Susan Greenbaum presents Carole King's "Tapestry"
Published on Feb 2nd, 2009
0 comments Richmond singer-songwriter Susan Greenbaum – who, incidentally, has a song in the running to become the new state song of Virginia – will be covering Carole King's 1971 archetypal...
Hod O'Brien
Published on Feb 2nd, 2009
0 comments The local jazz pianist leads a trio which includes guitarist Royce Campbell and bassist Bob Bowen. Also featuring Veronica Swift.
Birdlips, La Strada, and DBB Plays Cups
Published on Jan 26th, 2009
15 comments Birdlips is an enchanting local indie-folk duo defined by 12-string guitar, keys, and intertwined vocal harmonies, all applied to remarkable effect on an excellent set of debut songs written while...
O'Death
Published on Jan 26th, 2009
1 comments New York indie-folk act O'Death brings traditional American music to rock audiences by beefing up old-time and bluegrass with elements of punk rock and grunge. O'Death - Lowtide Also featuring...
Amy LaVere
Published on Jan 26th, 2009
0 comments This bluesy singer-songwriter and upright bassist from New York is also an actor, and had small parts in Black Snake Moan and the Johnny Cash biopic
Bella Morte
Published on Jan 26th, 2009
2 comments Suck on this, Cupid: Gravity thoroughly intends to Nightmare Before Christmas the crap outta Valentine's day now that the more obvious show has wrapped. Local goth-rock wonders Bella Morte may be...
Devon Sproule and Her In Laws
Published on Jan 26th, 2009
0 comments The Valentine's Day duet shows of folky lovebirds Devon Sproule and Paul Curreri were just on the verge of becoming a local institution, but unfortunately Paul just isn't feeling up to it this...
Taarka
Published on Jan 26th, 2009
4 comments This string-oriented gypsy jazz quintet from Colorado sure likes their worldly fusion. Taarka - My Angeline Taarka - Arctic Meltdown The Whiskey Rebellion opens with bluegrass and folk from a...
Amy Speace with Doug and Telisha Williams
Published on Jan 26th, 2009
12 comments Amy Speace plays rock-driven Americana that sometimes draws a connecting line between Lucinda Williams and Neko Case. Her new album features a guest appearance by Jayhawks guitarist Gary Louris....
Abbey Road
Published on Jan 25th, 2009
0 comments Beatles cover band
Andy Friedman
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
0 comments Paul Curreri's college roommate only started playing guitar three years ago, so it's quite remarkable that his greenhorn debut Taken Man had such a strong impact in 2006. Now, his second studio...
Joe Pollock
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
0 comments Guitars and loops. Also featuring Love Tentacle Drip Society banjo brainiac Jameson Zimmer and Sam Bush of The Hill and Wood. Joe Pollock - Woodlawn Street Joe Pollock - Someone Said It Sounded Like...
Trees On Fire
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
0 comments The brainy local rock quintet releases their new EP at this show sponsored by 106.1 The Corner. This time it's not free, but your ten bucks gets you both a ticket and a copy of the record. Trees...
In The Round: Jesse Harper, Blake Hunter, Adrienne Young, and Joia Wood
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
0 comments The Old School Freight guitarist trades songs on stage with the neo-bluegrass singer, a local songwriter, and a Tree On Fire. Joia Wood - To Do Adrienne Young - All For Good
Fiction Family
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
3 comments Side projects intersect in Fiction Family, where multi-instrumentalist and acclaimed Nickel Creek flatpicker Sean Watkins meets multi-instrumentalist Switchfoot frontman Jon Foreman for a set of...
Kevn Kinney
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
7 comments Lead singer of Southern rockers Drivin N Cryin. Kathryn Caine opens.
Robert Josp�©
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
2 comments Jos is the undisputed king of percussion for miles around – just ask any local drummer – and his band also includes heavyweights like vocalist Heather Maxwell and bassist Randall Pharr...
The Richelle Show
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
0 comments Formerly local thespian and musician extraordinaire Richelle Claiborne returns from New Jersey for another installment of The Richelle Show, a music and poetry presentation that will incorporate...
Toubab Krewe
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
0 comments White-boy African fusion crew Toubab Krewe merges music from West Africa and the States, rolling in the kora and the kamelengoni as easily as they do the electric bass and guitars. They've played...
Alejandro Escovedo
Published on Jan 11th, 2009
0 comments Alejandro Escovedo's folk and blues stylings are rooted in the punk and rock bands of his youth, and the blend has been winning rave reviews ever since the release of his debut solo album in 1992...