Outback Lodge

Pelican
Published on Mar 9th, 2008
0 comments Chicago metalheads Pelican play heavy instrumentals. Also featuring Black Cobra and Unearthly Trance.
Insurgency
Published on Mar 2nd, 2008
0 comments This local punk-rock triple-play is almost a bona fide festival throwdown; Insurgency, Shinkick, and Mob Mentality are all young and local, though, so we'd still need a few more tattoos to qualify...
Peelander-Z and the Falsies
Published on Feb 25th, 2008
0 comments Peelander-Z is a Japanese punk band that appears to be every bit as crazy as all those other Japanese punk bands you've heard about – Power Ranger getups, human bowling stunts – the...
Horsefang
Published on Feb 24th, 2008
0 comments Horsefang will utterly disrespect your eardrums with songs like "River Of Dead Horses" and "We Will Use Your Dead As Vessels." Also featuring the riffy metal of Suzukiton and the Iron Maiden...
Stable Roots
Published on Feb 17th, 2008
0 comments Reggae
James River Congregation
Published on Feb 17th, 2008
0 comments Roots music
Stable Roots
Published on Feb 17th, 2008
0 comments Reggae
Hell Within
Published on Feb 17th, 2008
0 comments Boston heavy metal badasses Hell Within team up with Demolition Faction and Waynesboro's Property for a heavy Outback triple-header. One heavy metal fan site has said they have "Enough shovel...
ThisMeansYou
Published on Feb 17th, 2008
0 comments ThisMeansYou pounds the Outback Lodge with huge metal tunes. Also featuring the always-charming pop ditties of bands like "In Death I Become" and "Art Of Destruction."
The Lee Boys
Published on Feb 11th, 2008
0 comments The Lee Boys are the second most popular family band blending rock and funk with a pedal-steel guitar. If you're a fan of Robert Randolph, don't miss this one.
Big Bobby and the Nightcaps
Published on Feb 11th, 2008
2 comments Big Bobby and the Nightcaps are joined by Los Rudos, The Candysnatchers, and the Ladys for a gritty Outback rock fest.
Yarn
Published on Feb 11th, 2008
1 comments Singer Blake Christiana's Brooklyn-based band Yarn weaves together alt-country and Yankee bluegrass. 40 Dollar Mule and The Whiskey Dixies open. Yarn - Bad Bad Man
Sun Domingo
Published on Feb 10th, 2008
0 comments The official DMB web site praises Atlanta pop-rock trio Sun Domingo for their "serious musical muscle" – and this time they even came up with that description on their own! Sun Domingo -...
Brother Reade, Autopassion, and A Cosmonaut's Ruin
Published on Feb 10th, 2008
0 comments LA hip-hop act Brother Reade and North Carolina residents Autopassion team up with local hard rock band A Cosmonaut's Ruin for an Outback Lodge triple-header grab-bag. Autopassion - What They Say
The Junior League
Published on Feb 4th, 2008
0 comments Roots music from the Junior League. Also featuring The Whiskey Rebellion.
Ryan Shaw
Published on Jan 30th, 2008
0 comments After several false starts, the long-awaited Van Halen reunion tour is finally happening, but unfortunately Charlottesville fans may have to wait until the next round – whenever that may be...
Chris Barron
Published on Jan 21st, 2008
0 comments Chris Barron is best known as the former lead singer of the Spin Doctors.
No Second Troy
Published on Jan 19th, 2008
0 comments No Second Troy is a D.C.-area pop-rock band which the Washington Post says is "As ready for primetime as you'll ever hear." Once Was opens. No Second Troy - Brighten Up No Second Troy - Into Your...
The Charlottesville Funk All-Stars
Published on Jan 14th, 2008
0 comments Funk
Stable Roots
Published on Jan 14th, 2008
0 comments Reggae