The Southern

Yarn
Published on Mar 13th, 2011
0 comments Alt-country band started by a former jamband guitarist. Acoustic bluegrass string band Jackass Flats opens. Yarn - Bad Bad ManYarn - Don't Break My HeartYarn - I'm DownYarn - Ain't That A...
The Guggenheim Grotto
Published on Mar 13th, 2011
0 comments Irish acoustic folk-pop trio The Guggenheim Grotto - Fee Da Da DeeThe Guggenheim Grotto - Her Beautiful Ideas
ACME Swing Mfg. Co
Published on Mar 7th, 2011
0 comments Gleefully retro 1920's swing band with the occasional blues number thrown in for good measure. ACME Swing Mfg. Co. - Everybody Loves ACME
Mark Knight
Published on Feb 14th, 2011
0 comments Rock. Sons Of Bill frontman James Wilson opens.
Rocky Votolato and Matt Pond
Published on Feb 14th, 2011
0 comments Sensitive Seattle acoustic singer-songwriter; recommended for fans of Damien Jurado or even the late Elliott Smith. Also featuring Matt Pond, who drops the PA (aka his usual band) for this solo...
Justin Roberts
Published on Feb 14th, 2011
0 comments Grammy-nominated kiddie singer-songwriter.
That 1 Guy
Published on Feb 14th, 2011
0 comments Bizarro funk played on a custom-built percussive bass instrument which includes at least one cowboy boot. With local one-man electronica band Centric. That 1 Guy - Buttmachine
The Sometime Favorites
Published on Feb 14th, 2011
0 comments Come out to bid farewell to the local pop-rock outfit, which is disbanding after five years. But they're releasing one last EP at this show, so that's some small consolation, perhaps. With Teddy and...
Carl Anderson and Sam Wilson
Published on Feb 13th, 2011
0 comments CD release shows for new albums from both the local folk-rock songwriter and Sons Of Bill's ace guitarist. A $15 ticket + CD bundle actually gets you both albums, which is kind of an insane deal.
Franz Nicolay
Published on Feb 13th, 2011
0 comments Former Hold Steady keyboardist Franz Nicolay has long had his thumbs in a lot of pies for a while, but Luck & Courage, the new album he's touring behind here, is an especially important one,...
The Rock River Gypsies
Published on Feb 13th, 2011
0 comments The local acoustic bluegrass outfit holds a CD release party for their new album, which you get bundled with the ticket price. The Design opens, and the Whiskey Rebellion closes out the night.
Anais Mitchell
Published on Feb 1st, 2011
0 comments Ani DiFranco's protege Anais Mitchell stages a performance of her concept album Hadestown, a contemporary retelling of the ancient Greek legend of Orpheus, with the help of a local supporting cast...
The Civil Wars
Published on Jan 31st, 2011
0 comments Singer-songwriter duo.
Devon Sproule and Paul Curreri
Published on Jan 31st, 2011
0 comments Charlottesville folk's leading lovebirds join forces for their annual Valentine's Day show. Browning Porter opens. Paul Curreri - Once Upon A Rooftop Paul Curreri - California Paul Curreri - Long...
Worn In Red
Published on Jan 31st, 2011
0 comments Photo by David Kling_Thing Hardcore punk. With Sharkopath and Northern Diver. Worn In Red - Vital Joys Worn In Red - When People Have Something To Say
The David Wax Museum
Published on Jan 31st, 2011
0 comments Mexican-American folk fusion. The David Wax Museum - Colas The David Wax Museum - Beekeeper The David Wax Museum - Jalopy Heart
The Budos Band
Published on Jan 31st, 2011
0 comments The Budos Band is one of the key projects from the soul revivalists at Daptone Records, and though this may strike some of you as heresy, most days we'd take them over even the flagship Sharon...
Dangermuffin
Published on Jan 30th, 2011
1 comments Folk and blues trio. Benyaro opens. Benyaro - Humble Child Benyaro - Time To Kill Benyaro - Bullet-Like Belief
The Downbeat Project
Published on Jan 30th, 2011
0 comments Warm up with a dose of local island pop. Borden Grant opens. The Downbeat Project - I Want You [live at Is Venue] The Downbeat Project - Heaven The Downbeat Project - He Lost Faith The Downbeat...
Liza Bance
Published on Jan 30th, 2011
0 comments Bluegrass and folk singer-songwriter. With The Bell Jar and Russell Lacy.