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Tom and Emily
Published on Dec 15th, 2008
1 comments Local folk duo. Also featuring spoon-wielding local teacher Mary Gordon Hall. Tom and Emily - Icons Of Faith
The Hackensaw Boys
Published on Dec 15th, 2008
0 comments The Hackensaw Boys are one of Charlottesville's biggest musical success stories, and certainly its biggest within the realm of bluegrass. They've weathered numerous lineup changes – they...
180
Published on Dec 15th, 2008
62 comments 180 plays danceable covers across five decades
Sarah White's Country Christmas
Published on Dec 15th, 2008
0 comments Alt country alter-egos galore! Jim Waive's Young Divorcees are now the Sweet Nutcrackers, and the Sarah White/Sian Richards duo the Acorn Sisters, now typically billed as The (All New) Acorn...
Robin and Linda Williams
Published on Dec 14th, 2008
0 comments For over thirty years, Shenandoah folk singers Robin and Linda Williams have been making spirited folk music together. As A Prairie Home Companion host Garrison Keillor put it, "Individually their...
Baaba Seth
Published on Dec 14th, 2008
4 comments The popular worldbeat band from the 90's helps Gravity ring in the new year with one of their increasingly rare reunion shows, and this time they're bringing copies of their new live album "...
Vaden Cox
Published on Dec 12th, 2008
0 comments Mountain blues and gospel Vaden Cox - My Spirit Aches Vaden Cox - Walk On The Water
Bill Kirchen
Published on Dec 1st, 2008
0 comments Bill Kirchen and his honky-tonk Telecaster mean business – they're out to prove that Americana can wail with the best of 'em. Bill Kirchen - Hammer of the Honky Tonk Gods Bill Kirchen -...
Wes Swing, Keith Morris, and Mister Baby
Published on Dec 1st, 2008
1 comments Wes Swing is a classically-trained musician who plays just about anything with strings, while Keith Morris is a verbally-inclined local songwriter who still writes about childhood fascination....
Antje Duvekot, Natalia Zukerman, Meg Hutchinson, Anne Heaton and SONiA
Published on Dec 1st, 2008
1 comments Singer-songwriters performing in the round: German JLSC winner Antje Duvekot, jazzy Americana guitarist Natalia Zukerman, Beantown balladeer Meg Hutchinson, and DIY pianist Anne Heaton. Also...
Danny Schmidt and Carrie Elkin
Published on Dec 1st, 2008
0 comments Danny Schmidt is a formerly local songwriter who split for Austin a few years ago but still turns up every once in a while for another low-key homecoming show of sorts. His latest album dropped...
In Technicolor
Published on Dec 1st, 2008
0 comments A white Christmas? Totally lame; almost humbug-worthy, even. Sunny retro pop-rockers In Technicolor react to the icy chill and lack of daylight by recruiting UVA a cappella chicks to back them...
Adrienne Young
Published on Dec 1st, 2008
0 comments Adrienne Young has honed her alternately rustic and modern pop-bluegrass over three albums starting with a breakout performance at MerleFest 2003 and culminating with 2007's Room To Grow. Adrienne...
Richardson Guitar Studio
Published on Dec 1st, 2008
0 comments Winter recital by area guitar students
Ben Taylor
Published on Dec 1st, 2008
0 comments Ben Taylor's new album The Legend Of Kung Folk Pt. 1 features former Morcheeba vocalist Skye Edwards and British pop-pianist Jamie Cullum, but his strongest musical connection is flowing through...
Carrie Rodriguez
Published on Dec 1st, 2008
2 comments Fiddlin' and singin' and songwritin' Brooklynite and Berklee-ee Carrie Rodriguez was discovered by Chip Taylor at SXSW a few years ago and has since gone on to work with Lucinda Williams, Bill...
Terri Allard, Jan Smith, and Shannon Worrell
Published on Nov 17th, 2008
0 comments Cat-fight! This "in-the-round" style performance features a steel cage and will have the three local ladies battling it out to determine once and for all which one deserves to be crowned queen of...
Indecision
Published on Nov 17th, 2008
0 comments Local jamband
Ellis Paul
Published on Nov 17th, 2008
0 comments Check out this double-header from this local singer-songwriter and Performing Songwriter fave – first, a $5 show for the young 'uns centered around his kiddie album The Dragonfly Races at...
Corey Harris
Published on Nov 16th, 2008
5 comments A few years ago Corey Harris was billed primarily as a blues artist, but his last few albums have expanded into the folk music of Mali and reggae. Whatever he's doing, it's working – he was...