Jefferson Theater

Galactic
Published on Feb 13th, 2011
0 comments Raucous extremely funky New Orleans jamband; we'd recommend this to fans of Medeski, Martin, and Wood, but all those guys are probably already camped out in front of the Jefferson. With Cyril...
The Machine
Published on Feb 13th, 2011
0 comments Pink Floyd tribute band.
The Carolina Chocolate Drops
Published on Feb 13th, 2011
0 comments Couple of odd ducks here, to say the least – the Chocolate Drops are a black old-time string band from North Carolina who play old-school songs about cornbread and butterbeans alongside...
Josh Ritter
Published on Feb 13th, 2011
0 comments Idaho-born folk singer whose brainy concepts and narratives have somehow made him far popular in Ireland than he is here. Up-and-coming Prine-esque singer-songwriter Joe Pug opens.
Papadosio
Published on Feb 13th, 2011
0 comments Jamband electronica-rock quintet. Damn Right! opens. Papadosio - All I Knew
Ra Ra Riot
Published on Feb 13th, 2011
0 comments Elegant chamber-pop indie rockers with classical sensibilities and loads of string parts. Emerging Montreal indie rockers The Luyas open, featuring Arcade Fire alumni Pietro Amato and Sarah...
Tapes 'n Tapes
Published on Jan 31st, 2011
0 comments Blogger-beloved Minneapolis indie rockers cast from the same general mold as the Pix Blogger-beloved Minneapolis indie rockers cast from the same general mold as the Pixies or Modest...
Baaba Seth
Published on Jan 30th, 2011
3 comments Popular local worldbeat fusion band reunites. The Downbeat Project and Beleza Brasil open. Baaba Seth - Wonderful Baaba Seth - Upside Down [live] The Downbeat Project - I Want You [live at Is...
The Bang On A Can All-Stars
Published on Jan 30th, 2011
0 comments New music from the highly cerebral acoustic-electric contemporary classical ensemble, which splits the difference between a rock band and a chamber quartet to perform music from the likes of avant...
Vusi Mahlasela
Published on Jan 30th, 2011
0 comments Serene folk guitarist known as "The Voice" in his native South Africa, where during the 90's he became one of the most important cultural voices speaking out against apartheid. Jay Pun and...
Yonder Mountain String Band
Published on Jan 17th, 2011
0 comments Progressive acoustic bluegrass jamband Yonder Mountain String Band - Out Of The Blue
Robert Randolph
Published on Jan 17th, 2011
0 comments Funky rock from the jamband fave and undisputed champion of the "sacred steel" tradition which uses the pedal steel guitar in gospel worship.
Railroad Earth
Published on Jan 17th, 2011
0 comments Electric folk and bluegrass jamband
Dr. Dog
Published on Jan 17th, 2011
0 comments Retro 1960s psychedelic pop. Head And The Heart opens.
Sweetwater
Published on Jan 17th, 2011
0 comments Southern rock and country. With the Lost Souls and Cody Purvis. The Lost Souls - Wildflower The Lost Souls - NJ Turnpike The Lost Souls - Horseshoes The Lost Souls - Scarred Smart
Joshua Radin
Published on Jan 16th, 2011
0 comments Timid heart-on-sleeve folk-pop songwriter who owes his career to Grey's Anatomy and Scrubs trying out a new alt-rock edge with his latest album. Anya Marina and Andrew Allen open, the former...
Wes Swing and Devon Sproule
Published on Dec 13th, 2010
0 comments New releases from both these local artists – from newcomer Swing, his debut album, featuring 14 experimental folk pieces based around his cello and a loop sampler. Sproule is of course an...
Cracker and Southern Culture On The Skids
Published on Dec 13th, 2010
0 comments Spend your New Year's Eve with two bands that hung out on the fringes of 90's alt-rock and thoroughly appreciate the weirdest elements of the American Deep South. One of them will probably throw...
Bold As Love
Published on Dec 12th, 2010
1 comments The most famous space-gypsy guitarist of all time gets a local memorial of sorts with this tribute show, featuring covers and reverence alike from blues guitarist Eli Cook, Andy Waldeck's...
The Skip Castro Band
Published on Dec 12th, 2010
0 comments Everything old is new again, or something – ring in the new year by partying like it's 1989 with a set by the recently revitalized elder statesmen of C-ville's 1980's college-rock circuit....