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Joshua Slack
Published on Apr 5th, 2010
0 comments Alt-rock Joshua Slack - Saturday Night Joshua Slack - Prisoner Joshua Slack - 57 
Doug and Telisha Williams
Published on Apr 5th, 2010
0 comments The Martinsville folk and Americana duo beef up with a backing band
The Downbeat Project
Published on Apr 4th, 2010
1 comments Singer-songwriter Clarence Green's long-running Downbeat Project plays pop and light rock with occasional tropical Caribbean and calypso glimmers, all wrapped up in emotional lyrics addressing...
The CSC Funk Band
Published on Mar 29th, 2010
0 comments Scuzzy freakouts tempered by simple Afrobeat-style cyclical minimalism gives you this modern funk band, very loosely defined, led by formidably bearded guitarist Colin Langenus, formerly the leader...
The Honey Dewdrops
Published on Mar 29th, 2010
0 comments Folk duo The Honey Dewdrops - Nowhere To Stand The Honey Dewdrops - Fly Away Free
Ted Pitney
Published on Mar 29th, 2010
0 comments Former King Wilkie guitarist with his new band. Also featuring songwriter Carl Anderson and Pitney collaborative pal Sarah White. Sarah White and Ted Pitney - Apple In B Major Sarah White and Ted...
Caravan Of Thieves
Published on Mar 29th, 2010
0 comments Folk-rock and swing quartet, alternately Gypsy and Carnie, which is built around a husband-and-wife acoustic guitar duo, all sans percussion but with a hyperactive bouncing bass (no relation)...
Yarn
Published on Mar 28th, 2010
0 comments Alt-country and bluegrass band led by Brooklyn singer-songwriter Blake Christiana. Charleston rock-band-with-horns Sol Driven Train opens. Yarn - Bad Bad Man Yarn - Don't Break My Heart Yarn - I'm...
Peter Bradley Adams
Published on Mar 21st, 2010
0 comments The acoustic singer-songwriter performs at a special show open only to WNRN donors. Peter Bradley Adams - Always
The Hill and Wood
Published on Mar 21st, 2010
0 comments The acclaimed but short-lived local folk-rock band reconvenes as a sextet. With DBB Plays Cups, Old Calf, and a late set of raging Americana from Pantherburn. The Hill And Wood - I Can Say What...
Space Cadet 7
Published on Mar 21st, 2010
0 comments Either guitarist Tucker Rogers will be jamming out with Marley's Natty Dread tonight or we're just screwing with you for April Fools Day and you'll show up to find the door locked and the lights...
Tim Be Told
Published on Mar 3rd, 2010
0 comments Pop-rock with religious leanings. Joseph Mills opens with a pseudonym and Benyaro with old-school folk rock descended from CSNY. Tim Be Told - System Tim Be Told - Analyze Benyaro - Pisces Benyaro...
Pat McGee
Published on Mar 3rd, 2010
0 comments Acoustic pop-rocker. Same goes for opener Taylor Carson, for that matter.
David Ford
Published on Mar 3rd, 2010
0 comments British folk-rock singer-songwriter with a loop sampler pedal. Old School Freight Train guitarist Jesse Harper opens. Jesse Harper and His Best Intentions - Memphis Jesse Harper and His Best...
Fruit Bats
Published on Mar 3rd, 2010
0 comments Sub Pop folk rock from Shins guitarist Eric Johnson (not the virtuoso one; we don't mean that as an insult, we just can't figure out how else to clarify things). Anyway, this band will change your...
Grada
Published on Mar 3rd, 2010
0 comments Traditional Irish folk
Girlyman
Published on Mar 3rd, 2010
0 comments Harmony-heavy alt-folk trio, notably with a big fat vote of confidence from Indigo Girl Amy Ray.
Landon Pigg
Published on Mar 3rd, 2010
0 comments Acoustic pop singer-songwriter whose "Falling In Love At A Coffee Shop" was recently featured in one of those silhouette-style diamond commercials ("she'll pretty much have to", etc); not sure if...
Gang Gang Dance
Published on Mar 1st, 2010
0 comments Danceable and at least partially dubstep-derived experimental rock in which keyboards are played with itchy trigger fingers and buckets of booty-shaking bass slosh around and eventually spill out...
The Influence and Honor By August
Published on Mar 1st, 2010
0 comments VA Beach quartet The Influence calls themselves "post-flannel rock." That probably means they sound like a time capsule from 1997 (see their tours with Jimmy Eat World, Silverchair, and Finger...