Jefferson Theater

David Bromberg
Published on Jul 24th, 2011
0 comments Folk guitarist David Bromberg - It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Lot To Cry
Little Feat
Published on Jul 17th, 2011
0 comments Classic blues-rockers
Ghostland Observatory
Published on Jul 17th, 2011
0 comments Pop-techno duo with a flamboyant lightshow in tow
Mingo Fishtrap
Published on Jul 17th, 2011
0 comments Pop and rock with funky New Orleans horns.
Jefferson Starship
Published on Jul 17th, 2011
0 comments Psychedelic classic rockers
St. Vincent
Published on Jul 17th, 2011
0 comments Annie Clark is surprisingly well known as a talented guitarist even though she really keeps that under wraps with this band, which tends more toward a chunky sort of electric chamber pop that at...
TR3
Published on Jul 17th, 2011
0 comments Newest edition of the eponymous electric prog-funk trio from Charlottesville's finest six-string export, the diminutive wizard Tim Reynolds, who has been blowing minds on both DMB and solo releases...
Alligator
Published on Jul 17th, 2011
0 comments The local Grateful Dead tribute band celebrates Jerry's birthday – which is not actually today? Bob Girard explains in one of his endlessly amusing email announcements: "Any wikipedohile will...
Floyd Fest Under The Radar Series
Published on Jul 10th, 2011
0 comments Warm up for Virginia's leading music festival with Americana singer-songwriter Bryan Elijah Smith, alt-rockers Big Something, and local staples The Kings Of Belmont.
Cody Purvis and Down Til Now
Published on May 23rd, 2011
0 comments Country and rock
Ring Of Fire: A C'ville Tribute To Johnny Cash
Published on May 22nd, 2011
0 comments Following in the same footsteps as the recent Jimi Hendrix tribute show C'ville plays tribute to the Man In Black with performances by country-rockers Sons Of Bill, blues guitarist Eli Cook, folk...
Bob Weir
Published on May 8th, 2011
0 comments The famed Grateful Dead guitarist and godfather to jamband musicians everywhere moved on to his solo project RatDog right around the time Jerry Garcia died in 1995, but here he'll perform a...
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
Published on May 2nd, 2011
0 comments Bluesy roots-rockers
The Blind Boys of Alabama
Published on May 2nd, 2011
0 comments Legendary gospel group
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Published on May 2nd, 2011
0 comments Noisy and distorted garage rockers whose filthy thrashing improbably found an audience among somewhat more mainstream alternative rock audiences in the mid-90s
Over The Rhine
Published on May 1st, 2011
0 comments Acclaimed husband-and-wife indie folk-rock and Americana duo. Kim Taylor opens. Over The Rhine - If A Song Could Be PresidentOver The Rhine - TroubleOver The Rhine - Nothing Is Innocent
Junior Boys
Published on May 1st, 2011
0 comments Hook-heavy Canadian electronic pop duo; recommended for fans of Hot Chip or Caribou. With Miracle Fortress and Birdlips. Birdlips - Tire ChainsBirdlips - Some Kind Of Death
Parachute
Published on May 1st, 2011
0 comments Local pop-rockers
Snoop Dogg
Published on Apr 11th, 2011
0 comments With Dr. Dre's third album Detox in seemingly eternal purgatory, it's perhaps more heartening to look to Snoop as the reigning godfather of gangsta rap – like clockwork, dude's had at...
The Clipse
Published on Apr 3rd, 2011
0 comments Folks, let's have a hearty round of applause for the unfortunately-named fledgling Student Hip-Hop Organization at UVA, which delivers to us here what might just be the coolest Charlottesville...
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