Gravity Lounge

The Cville Jazz Giants
Published on Nov 16th, 2008
332 comments They're not kidding: organ player George Melvin, guitarist Royce Campbell, drummer Robert Josp©, and pianist Hod O'Brien, all on the same stage tearing into your favorite standards. Also...
Darrell Rose and the International Counselors
Published on Nov 16th, 2008
12 comments The leading local drum dude turns his usual Afrikan percussion into jazz and reggae fusion by adding a kit and a couple electric instruments, and this time around also featuring special guest Kurt...
Catie Curtis
Published on Nov 3rd, 2008
5 comments Catie Curtis is an acoustic folk-pop songwriter who has landed her songs in high-profile slots with television shows like Grey's Anatomy, Dawson's Creek, and Felicity. Andy Moore opens.
Richard Shindell
Published on Nov 3rd, 2008
0 comments This singer-songwriter has ties to other Gravity faves like Dar Williams and Lucy Kaplansky.
Kelly Joe Phelps and Paul Curreri
Published on Nov 3rd, 2008
0 comments Pacific Northwest guitarist Kelly Joe Phelps plays a set of jazz-influenced delta blues with your favorite dope local folk yokel. Paul Curreri - Long Gone Again Again
Graham Parker
Published on Nov 3rd, 2008
1 comments Forty years later, we get a grown-up version of the same angry British 70's pub-rocker, still often compared to Elvis Costello and former producer Nick Lowe
Rani Arbo and daisy mayhem
Published on Nov 3rd, 2008
0 comments Jazzy and energetic Americana quartet
John Jorgenson
Published on Nov 3rd, 2008
0 comments Virtuoso guitarist better known to woodshedders everywhere as one of the Hellecasters.
Laurence Elder
Published on Nov 3rd, 2008
0 comments Brainy piano pop; even the jazz cats can't resist a good hook, and Laurence Elder promises a whole bunch of new ones. Local bluesman Ralph "Honeyboy" Rush opens.
Southern Culture On The Skids
Published on Nov 2nd, 2008
0 comments For those who were too young to have understood what the Bangles were talking about in the 80s, SCOTS is responsible for the most important "Walk Like A" mandate of the following decade. Sleeper...
Hill and Wood
Published on Oct 27th, 2008
0 comments As in, named after the funeral home next to their practice space. Ooooh, creepy!
Roger Day
Published on Oct 27th, 2008
2 comments Songs for children Roger Day - I Like Yaks!
Melissa Ferrick
Published on Oct 27th, 2008
0 comments Folk-rock singer-songwriter Melissa Ferrick - Never Give Up Melissa Ferrick - Hypocrite Old School Freight Train guitarist Jesse Harper opens.
Mates Of State
Published on Oct 27th, 2008
0 comments Alright, which indie label is hotter right now, Polyvinyl or Barsuk? Whoa there, kids, we're not trying to start any new holy wars here – the point is that Kansas-based husband-and-wife...
Cephas and Wiggins
Published on Oct 27th, 2008
0 comments Blues duo with harmonica and guitar
Devon Sproule
Published on Oct 27th, 2008
1 comments Keep your fingers crossed and maybe Devon Sproule will play the awesome Scooby Doo song she nicked from Jeff Romano a few months back. Either way, thanks to her special Halloween show for kids,...
Keith Morris
Published on Oct 27th, 2008
3 comments It hasn't been too long since local songwriter Keith Morris last did his Candyapolis Revue, a reworking of his debut album for kids, but this one is going to be different – swap the big fuzzy...
Published on Oct 27th, 2008
0 comments Early last year, local hip hop duo Beetnix dropped an epic unplugged set at Gravity Lounge with 14 musicians playing acoustic arrangements of their songs worked up by local rock and roll...
Sam Wilson
Published on Oct 27th, 2008
0 comments For the past few months, Sons Of Bill guitarist Sam Wilson has been coming into his own as a soloist with weekly gigs at Enoteca, and here, he celebrates the release of his first solo album, which...
Mary McCaslin
Published on Oct 26th, 2008
0 comments Mary McCaslin's Beatles covers started winning her fans in the 70's, and she's been playing folk-pop for all sorts of audiences ever since. Also featuring opening sets from Blue O'Connell and local...