Jefferson Theater

Stephen Stills
Published on Aug 14th, 2011
0 comments Singer-songwriter best known for his work with Buffalo Springfield and CSN
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Published on Aug 14th, 2011
0 comments Jamband
The David Wax Museum
Published on Aug 14th, 2011
0 comments Mexican-American folk fusion. Americana-rocker David Mayfield opens. The David Wax Museum - Colas The David Wax Museum - Beekeeper The David Wax Museum - Jalopy Heart
Sound Tribe Sector 9
Published on Aug 8th, 2011
0 comments Electronics-heavy jamband
Warren Haynes
Published on Aug 8th, 2011
0 comments Jamband guitarist best known for his roles in the sprawling Allman Brothers Band and the tight blues-rock power trio Gov't Mule. Sons Of Bill frontman James Wilson opens.
Paul Curreri and Devon Sproule
Published on Aug 8th, 2011
0 comments All these years of thunderous applause overseas have finally sunk in, and now Charlottesville's finest songwriter lovebirds are moving to Berlin, putting them closer to the audiences that seem to...
The Head And The Heart
Published on Aug 7th, 2011
1 comments Indie-folk. With beatboxing NoVa alt-folk songwriter queen Thao Nguyen and retro pop-rockers The Devil Whale.
The Civil Wars
Published on Aug 6th, 2011
0 comments Indie-folk duo. Milo Greene opens.
Dark Star Orchestra
Published on Aug 6th, 2011
0 comments Your standard Grateful Dead cover band taken to the next level – these guys meticulously recreate entire shows note-for-note, focusing here on the 1972 tour.
Deerhoof
Published on Jul 25th, 2011
0 comments Aggressive and thoroughly bizarre experimental indie rockers who juxtapose crushing buzzsaw guitar riffs with cutesy vocals from diminutive Japanese singer Satomi Matsuzaki. A nice pairing of locals...
The Hold Steady
Published on Jul 25th, 2011
0 comments You are free to insist that the Hold Steady are Springsteen-derived if you must, and that's true enough of singer Craig Finn's Heinekin-slurred delivery, but really there's also something else...
Bruce Cockburn
Published on Jul 25th, 2011
0 comments Politically and spiritually inclined folk-rock singer-songwriter who is massively successful in his native Canada but inexplicably has only a cult following in the states.
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Published on Jul 25th, 2011
0 comments New solo project from the Black Crowes frontman which tends toward blues-rock and folk.
Corey Smith
Published on Jul 25th, 2011
0 comments Country-rock songwriter. American Aquarium opens. Corey Smith - Twenty OneAmerican Aquarium - Katherine BelleAmerican Aquarium - Mary, Mary
The Wombats
Published on Jul 24th, 2011
0 comments Yelpy indie rockers. With The Postelles and Static.
Neko Case
Published on Jul 24th, 2011
0 comments The seemingly unquestioning adoration for this New Pornographers alum is actually spot-on, as she infuses her smoky alt-country crooning with a frazzled Joplinesque soul that wraps nicely around a...
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks
Published on Jul 24th, 2011
0 comments Former Charlottesvillian and college-rock legend Stephen Malmus, best known as the driving force between 90's alt-rockers Pavement, returns here with his newer eponymous band.
Mat Kearney
Published on Jul 24th, 2011
0 comments Strummy Nashville pop songwriter following in the footsteps of Mayer and Mraz and seemingly ready-made for Grey's Anatomy.
Portugal. The Man
Published on Jul 24th, 2011
0 comments Indie pop that occasionally dresses up in electronics to hint at more complex art-rock. Acclaimed rootsy blues-rockers Alberta Cross open.
G. Love and Special Sauce
Published on Jul 24th, 2011
0 comments Plinky blues meets smooth pop and R&B in these perennial student faves. Nashville indie rockers the Apache Relay open.