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Wrinkle Neck Mules
Published on Dec 27th, 2009
0 comments Twangy roots-rock and alt-country, equal parts Richmond and Austin and in the vein of Drive-By Truckers. Wrinkle Neck Mules - Swagger and Honesty Wrinkle Neck Mules - Cumberland Sound Wrinkle Neck...
Those Darlins
Published on Dec 27th, 2009
0 comments Undoubtedly the pride of Murfreesboro TN at this point (which probably isn't saying all that much, but still), the three nutty and reportedly party-animal girls who head up Those Darlins make for...
Straight Punch To The Crotch
Published on Dec 27th, 2009
0 comments By now you likely know both the synth-driven indie pop of Straight Punch (who, we are reminded, were doing the wolf-howl thing in their songs long before Shakira) and the rocking Americana of...
The Nice Jenkins
Published on Dec 27th, 2009
0 comments Local rock crew The Nice Jenkins bring their unfortunate recent hiatus to an end with some help from openers The Octagon, the latter featuring short low-res home-recorded indie-pop tunes from its...
John Pringle
Published on Dec 13th, 2009
0 comments Singer-songwriter
Ellis Paul
Published on Dec 13th, 2009
0 comments The nationally-renowned local folk-pop singer-songwriter (who, it should be noted, has tattooed Woody Guthrie's face onto his right shoulder) celebrates the release of his new album, The Day After...
The David Wax Museum
Published on Dec 12th, 2009
1 comments Boston folk fusion quartet The David Wax Museum mixes traditional songs from the US and Mexico. Folk duo Carl Anderson and Carleigh Nesbit open with Shankar Srinivasan playing fiery fiddle lines....
Paul Curreri
Published on Dec 7th, 2009
0 comments Folk singer-songwriter Paul Curreri is a C-ville fave and all, but he says his recent European tours went particularly well – one on his own, and another playing guitar for wife Devon Sproule...
Sarah White's Country Christmas
Published on Dec 7th, 2009
0 comments Alt-country X-mas with Sarah White, Sian Richards, and Jim Waive. Sarah White - Apple In B Major Sarah White - Half A Smile Sarah White - Ply Me Sarah White - Sweetheart Sarah White - Where You're...
Richardson Guitar Studio Fall Student Concert
Published on Dec 6th, 2009
0 comments Rockers in training perform on guitar, bass, and drums.
Walker's Run
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
0 comments Local bluegrass outfit Walker's Run's prolonged existence started back when the members were still students about a decade ago. Brennan Gilmore, then the mandolin player, put the group on hold...
Vaden Cox
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
0 comments Mountain blues and gospel from Monticello Road's former guitarist, who will be celebrating the release of his new solo EP, Walk On The Water, and also reconvening with the old band for a reunion set...
The Invisible Hand
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
1 comments Indie rock. Also featuring Drunk Tigers and Vevlo Eel. Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand - There's Room In My Will Drunk Tigers - Overland [live] Drunk Tigers - Long Bored [live] Drunk Tigers - Outer...
Justin Jones
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
0 comments DC songwriter Justin Jones and his five-piece band The Driving Rain play soulful alt-country and Americana. Justin Jones and the Driving Rain - Seminole Town Justin Jones and the Driving Rain -...
Rory Block
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
2 comments Award-winning sexagenarian female guitarist and blues singer who learned how to conjure the grime so essential to her trade from the sorts of Delta bluesman that usually can't be heard without a...
Andy Friedman
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
0 comments The acclaimed alt-country singer and repeat C-ville performer ditches his usual band and instead performs all those songs about how life wears him down as a soloist, accompanied only by his...
The Pollocks
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
0 comments Rather impressive that it's been only ten months since we said this last: Jason Pollock, the former Seven Mary Three grunge-rock guitarist gone home recording fanatic, has a new album coming out....
Cornmeal
Published on Nov 29th, 2009
0 comments Progressive bluegrass powerhouse with the instrument lineup of a hillbilly porch swing and the heart and quirky humor of a jamband, all buried under three-part vocal harmonies.
The Waymores
Published on Nov 18th, 2009
0 comments Four folky singer-songwriters performing in the round. The Waymores - Way More
Alex Caton
Published on Nov 16th, 2009
0 comments Our talented resident bluegrass and old-time fiddler wraps up her extensive tour with one more show before her head hits the pillow back at home. Multi-instrumentalist Matty Metcalfe and Anomoanan...