Jefferson Theater

Carbon Leaf
Published on Feb 1st, 2010
0 comments Much has been made about Richmond celtic-rock fusion band Carbon Leaf's song "The Boxer" around these parts ever since it soundtracked an ad for Cadillacs or some other similarly soul-sucking...
Punch Brothers
Published on Feb 1st, 2010
0 comments Brilliantly beautiful bluegrass led by Nickel Creek's nonchalantly mind-boggling former mandolin player Chris Thile, though with each successive visit these guys make to C-ville it seems...
Under The Flood
Published on Feb 1st, 2010
0 comments Late-90's/early 00's alt rock which seems to look up to guys like Incubus. Like-minded locals Down Til Now and Ravens Place open. Under The Flood - Blown Away Under The Flood - The Witness Under...
Amos Lee
Published on Feb 1st, 2010
0 comments Acclaimed singer-songwriter with Blue Note-approved jazz inflections not unlike those of his patron Norah Jones. Philly-based Turkish-American soul songwriter Mutlu, Lee's own prot©g©, opens. All...
Drive-By Truckers
Published on Jan 3rd, 2010
0 comments The Jefferson was christened by former Trucker Jason Isbell, so it's perhaps fitting that this set from the critically acclaimed Alabama band he splintered from is an epic two-night stand,...
Lucero
Published on Jan 3rd, 2010
6 comments Punky country-rock; think Replacements, but from Texas instead of Minnesota. A little Springsteen influence lately, too, but then again it seems like everybody's doing that these days. Glossary...
State Radio
Published on Jan 3rd, 2010
0 comments After pulling the plug on folky college jamband trio Dispatch in 2002, Chad Urmston went on to found this new band, heavier on both the rock elements (fine) and the faux-reggae (uh...), which has...
Donna The Buffalo
Published on Jan 3rd, 2010
0 comments Widely acclaimed jamband-oriented folk-rock quintet which aims high with its lyrical content and then delivers it with rich three-way vocal harmonies. Donna The Buffalo - Conscious Evolution...
Soldiers Of Jah Army
Published on Jan 3rd, 2010
0 comments Reggae
Cheap Trick
Published on Jan 3rd, 2010
0 comments At this price, that's only half true.
Alejandro Escovedo
Published on Dec 28th, 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...
The Machine
Published on Dec 27th, 2009
0 comments Pink Floyd tribute band. Watch out for flying pigs!
Bella Morte
Published on Dec 7th, 2009
2 comments Gloomy goth-rock titans, both local talents and popular world-travelers, who paint over husky distorted guitars with chirpy sequenced synths to create metal-edged dirges that might just make you...
St. Vincent
Published on Nov 30th, 2009
0 comments Basically the reigning queen of indie-pop at this point (having apparently overthrown Natasha Khan or whatever), multi-instrumentalist songwriter Annie Clark sometimes coughs up tunes that are a...
The North Mississippi All-Stars
Published on Nov 10th, 2009
0 comments Since rising to prominence on the jamband circuit a decade or so ago with their Grammy-nominated debut, Bruce and Luther Dickinson have led their bluesy roots-rock trio to team up with the likes...
RJD2
Published on Nov 10th, 2009
0 comments The acclaimed Def Jux hip hop DJ and producer reinvents his tunes with a live band. The Constellations and Happy Chichester open. RJD2 - Games You Can Win
Gogol Bordello
Published on Nov 10th, 2009
2 comments The zany gypsy-punk band led by unquestionably certifiable nutjob/mustache model Eugene Hutz, famously called "an insurance nightmare" in our pages a few years back by noted local music critic...
Who's Bad
Published on Nov 10th, 2009
0 comments Sadly, tribute bands are the only way you can get your dose of Michael Jackson now.
Tea Leaf Green
Published on Nov 10th, 2009
0 comments San Francisco rock quartet Tea Leaf Green's straightforward but quite often mind-numbing keyboard-centric take on the jamband scene started by Phish quickly caught the attention of noodle-king...
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings
Published on Nov 10th, 2009
0 comments Blah blah blah, Amy Winehouse – these would be the guys who made her retro-soul thing happen a couple years back by serving as her backing band. And we shouldn't have to sell you on Sharon...