The Southern

Bobby Houck
Published on Jul 4th, 2010
0 comments Lead singer of the Richmond Americana-rock outfit Blue Dogs. Jazz-influenced folk songwriter Peyton Tochterman opens. Peyton Tochterman - Mamma's Genes
Marah
Published on Jun 8th, 2010
3 comments Long-running Philly rootsy-rock duo who have earned the support of icons like Steve Earle and Stephen King (who called them "either the American U2 or close enough for government work") and even a...
Thao and Mirah with The Most Of All
Published on Jun 8th, 2010
0 comments Well now, that name is certainly a mouthful, and it doesn't even include Thao's surname (Nguyen), but this is perhaps not all that surprising given that her usual band bears the similarly...
Invisible Hand
Published on Jun 7th, 2010
1 comments There's absolutely no acceptable reason to pass up this free show given that the flagship project from local rocker-of-many-hats Adam Smith was positively doused in local acclaim in our annual...
Anders Osborne
Published on Jun 7th, 2010
0 comments This Grammy-winning Swedish-via-New-Orleans badass slide guitarist and occasional songwriter to the Nashville elite went with roots music powerhouse label Alligator Records for his last album,...
Wakey!Wakey!
Published on May 30th, 2010
0 comments Piano-pounding pop-rock songwriter who has been called, oddly enough, "the underground Parachute". Folk-rock trio The Spring Standards open.
Bob Schneider
Published on May 30th, 2010
0 comments Big-time Austin singer-songwriter. Fellow Texans Smile Smile open with highly emotional folk-pop tunes that somehow managed to get the two previously-engaged leads through a messy breakup. Smile...
John Pringle
Published on May 30th, 2010
0 comments CD release show for the local singer-songwriter. With Bahlmann Abbot.
Chase Coy
Published on May 30th, 2010
0 comments Teenage singer-songwriter. Genna Matthew opens.
The Heady Files
Published on May 30th, 2010
0 comments Popular rock covers from what was once a strictly Tom Petty tribute act
The Dixie Bee-Liners
Published on May 20th, 2010
0 comments This progressive bluegrass band is currently out on the road in support of Susanville, a concept album in which each song is a vignette about one of the people in the cars and trucks zipping by on...
Jennifer Knapp
Published on May 20th, 2010
0 comments Former Christian folk-rocker who has recently returned from a seven-year hiatus to announce that she's a lesbian and then take off in a more secular direction.
Bella Morte
Published on May 17th, 2010
0 comments Wildly popular local goth-rockers. Synth-pop duo Synthetic Division opens. Bella Morte - Fades Like A Song Bella Morte - On The Edge Synthetic Division - Back To Sleep
Richardson Guitar Studio Recital
Published on May 17th, 2010
0 comments Up-and-coming shredders strut their stuff
William Walter and Company
Published on May 17th, 2010
0 comments You can sometimes find local rock songwriter William Walter holding down low-key nights at places like the South Street Brewery which have him playing acoustic guitar alongside loops and drum...
The Honey Dewdrops and the David Wax Museum
Published on May 16th, 2010
1 comments Local treasures The Honey Dewdrops are a nationally acclaimed acoustic folk duo; keep an eye out for their new release These Old Roots coming this July, once again focusing on personal...
This Will Destroy You
Published on May 16th, 2010
0 comments Songs by this hermetic Texas instrumental rock quartet alternate between lighter ambient modes and huge, heavy riffs that dream of your demise, and they've also been known to share split releases...
Sinclarity
Published on May 16th, 2010
0 comments Rock. With The Level and Post No Bills.
Hammer and String
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments Appalachian music meets Irish traditional tunes. Banjo player John Herrmann opens.
Charlie Mars
Published on May 3rd, 2010
0 comments Pop-rock songwriter whose lead single "Listen To The Darkside" isn't half bad (it's about Floyd, not Jedi) even if it sounds a remarkable amount like Jack Johnson.