The Southern

J. Roddy Walston and the Business
Published on Apr 11th, 2011
0 comments Classic rock revivalists with a meat-and-potatoes Southern spin. The Red Rattles open. J Roddy and the Business - Used To Did
Jukebox The Ghost
Published on Apr 11th, 2011
0 comments Energetic upbeat piano-pop singalongs. Opener Wakey!Wakey! is a dear friend of WB teen drama music supervisors, and probably the dullest waste of time you'll find at the Southern this week,...
The Pimps Of Joytime
Published on Apr 11th, 2011
0 comments Latin-flavored funk .
Katie Costello
Published on Apr 10th, 2011
0 comments Piano-pounding indie-pop singer-songwriter. Opening, classically trained Boston singer-songwriter Sarah Blacker with Joni Mitchell-inspired folk-rock tunes on guitar and mandolin. Both are...
Chatham County Line
Published on Apr 10th, 2011
0 comments Rich harmonies, haunting lyrics and a banjo has turned these former rockers into an acoustic bluegrass quartet, but they've come back around on their newest album Wildwood with the addition of...
Virginia Coalition
Published on Apr 4th, 2011
0 comments Wildly energetic Northern Virginia rockers inspired by D.C. go-go. Simplified opens.
Songs Of Tibet
Published on Apr 4th, 2011
0 comments Assorted Tibetan performers visiting via a UVA exchange program.
Joe Pug
Published on Apr 4th, 2011
0 comments Chicago's hottest young up-and-coming DIY folk singer-songwriter in the vein of John Prine. With sad-sack songwriter turned edgier folk-rocker Timothy Showalter, aka Strand Of Oaks, and Carl...
We Are Star Children
Published on Mar 28th, 2011
0 comments Indie-pop. We Are Star Children - City SaintsStraight Punch To The Crotch - Robot BabyStraight Punch To The Crotch - When Animals AttackStraight Punch To The Crotch - Summer Sun and...
Dan Navarro
Published on Mar 28th, 2011
0 comments Folk singer
David Berkeley
Published on Mar 28th, 2011
0 comments Pop-rock singer-songwriter and fingerstyle guitarist who wrote his latest album and an accompanying book of short stories while living in a remote 35-person village in Corsica.
Tim Be Told
Published on Mar 28th, 2011
0 comments Pop-rock with religious leanings. With Joseph Moses and Vaden Cox. . Tim Be Told - SystemTim Be Told - AnalyzeVaden Cox - My Spirit AchesVaden Cox - Walk On The Water
Beleza
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments Charlottesville's premiere Latin jazz and samba duo celebrates the release of their new EP, Cooking With Flavour, the first under their new name. Bosque opens with rhumba fusion.
Eisley
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments Harmony-heavy indie rock family band. With younger sibling Christie DuPree and The Narrative.
Danny Schmidt
Published on Mar 27th, 2011
0 comments Folk and Americana singer who established himself as a local Charlottesville favorite alongside folks like Devon Sproule and Paul Curreri before moving to Austin a few years back; join him here...
The Extraordinaires
Published on Mar 20th, 2011
0 comments Couldn't make it down to SXSW? JMU's annual MACRoCK festival has you covered with an indie music extravaganza that's much closer to home, and this show serves as an official pre-party....
Jenny Owen Youngs
Published on Mar 13th, 2011
0 comments Indie-folk singer-songwriter
The Greg Howard UpTet
Published on Mar 13th, 2011
0 comments Standards, jazz-influenced originals, and head-improv-head takes on popular classics performed on an unusual string instrument called the Chapman Stick with support from dual percussionists and...
The Kings Of Belmont
Published on Mar 13th, 2011
0 comments Local rockers
Yarn
Published on Mar 13th, 2011
0 comments Alt-country band started by a former jamband guitarist. Folk and blues trio Dangermuffin opens. Yarn - Bad Bad ManYarn - Don't Break My HeartYarn - I'm DownYarn - Ain't That A SinYarn - Empty...
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