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UPCOMING SHOWS

BREWSTER WALK

Sat., Sept. 9Brewster Walk Craft Beer Festival & Concerts. $30 GA/$55 VIP. On the street in front of the Rives Theatre. Featuring more than 60 craft beers on tap, plus performances by Yarn, Mission in the Rain, Jason Springs Band and special guest Josh Shilling. More info at www.RoosterWalk.com. Tickets will be available soon at the Daily Grind and Rising Sun Breads.

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STEPHANE WREMBEL

Sat., Sept. 23Stephane Wrembel & His Band, plus opener 5 Brothers. Tix $12/$15. At Pop’s Farm. Please join us at Pop’s Farm, the home of Rooster Walk, for an awesome summer concert featuring Stephane Wremble & His Band produced in partnership with Deschutes Brewery. All shows are kid friendly and will feature one food truck serving dinner, plus Deschutes drafts as well as wine. Feel free to bring your own blankets and lawn chairs. No outside alcohol is permitted. Address: 675 Hobson Road, Axton, Va. More info at www.RoosterWalk.com. Tickets will be available soon at the Daily Grind and Rising Sun Breads.

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WILD PONIES

Fri., Oct. 13Wild Ponies (album release show). Tix $15/$18. ** Season Passes Accepted** Although they’re based in Nashville, Wild Ponies have always looked to Southwest Virginia — where bandmates Doug and Telisha Williams were both born and raised — for inspiration. There, in mountain towns like Galax, old-time American music continues to thrive, supported by a community of fiddlers, flat-pickers, and fans. Wild Ponies pay tribute to that powerful music and rugged landscape with 2017’s Galax, a stripped-back album that nods to the band’s history while still pushing forward. Doug and Telisha took some of their favorite musicians from Nashville (Fats Kaplin, Will Kimbrough, Neilson Hubbard and Audrey Spillman) and met up with revered Old-Time players from Galax, Virginia (Snake Smith, Kyle Dean Smith, and Kilby Spencer). Recorded in the shed behind Doug’s old family farm in the Appalachians (steps away from the site where Doug and Telisha were married), it returns Wild Ponies to their musical and geographic roots. Tickets will be available soon at the Daily Grind and Rising Sun Breads. Buy Tix HERE.

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THE COMMONHEART

Fri., Nov. 3 – The Commonheart w/ local opener Prosperity’s Folly. Tix $12/$15. ** Season Passes Accepted ** With gritty vocals over rock riffs and horns, The Commonheart delivers an emotion-packed, soulful sound that lights up any stage. Frontman Clinton Clegg is a powerhouse who commands full attention with his limitless onstage energy and vocal range. The new album “Grown” is a remarkable display of each member’s talent interlacing heavy blues, soul, and gospel influence across trumpet, saxophone, keys, guitar, and singers. The Commonheart’s sound is a true testament to the past while completely holding its own as one of today’s most promising acts. … Prosperity’s Folly is a brand new local band led by Martinsville’s Riggs Roberson. Fans of Left Hip Pocket and Turkey Feather Get Together will recognize many of the members on stage and love their tunes! Tickets will be available soon at the Daily Grind and Rising Sun Breads. Buy Tix online HERE.

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LEFTOVER SALMON

Thr., Nov. 16Leftover Salmon (Acoustic Living Room Tour). Tix $25/$30. ** An Artisan Cafe Event ** This concert, one of nine shows in Leftover’s very special “Acoustic Living Room Tour,” will be part of the Artisan Cafe Series at the Rives. Non-Artisan Cafe members can purchase tickets for $25 in advance from this link, or for $30 at the doors of the Rives on show night. The concert will feature Leftover’s full array of instruments: Guitar, Banjo, mandolin, keys, bass and drums. For the past quarter-century, Colorado’s Leftover Salmon has established itself as one of the great purveyors of Americana music, digging deep into the well that supplies its influences; rock ‘n’ roll, folk, bluegrass, Cajun, soul, zydeco, jazz and blues. During their twenty-five plus years as a band they have headlined shows and festivals from coast to coast, released nine albums, and maintained a vibrant, relevant and influential voice in the music world. Tickets are also available locally at the Daily Grind and Rising Sun Breads.

 

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ERIN & THE WILDFIRE

Fri., Nov. 24 –  Erin & The Wildfire – Day After Thanksgiving Party. Tix $10 adv / $15 doors. Erin and the Wildfire is an emerging band based out of Charlottesville, Va. Their unique brand of soulful rock has helped to establish them as one of the premier up-and-coming acts in the vibrant local music scene. The group’s sound combines the raw funk-infused energy of the Wildfire with powerful and expressive lead vocals from frontwoman Erin Lunsford. Tickets will be available at the Daily Grind and Rising Sun Breads and online HERE.

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Sat., Dec. 16 – Save the Date. Progressive bluegrass show to be announced this fall.

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