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89101112Gerry Laverty and Tony FauntleroyLive Music13The MelBaysLive Music14Swearingen and KelliLive Music
1516171819Harry Gore & FriendsLive Music20Kinetic Element and BraveLive Music21Suzie and the G-TonesLive Music
2223242526The Plate ScrapersLive Music27The Broken Commandments & The South Bound HoundsLive Music28The Big GuysLive Music

The Big Guys

Jan 28, 2017

Originally from Provo, Utah, the Big Guys were formed from members of The Good Guys, The Deprogrammers, Club Zomby, and The New Misty Centrals. Now they are Richmond’s favorite ska/rock/reggae band! Harry Gore (guitar/vocals), Mark Brown...

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Ashland Coffee & Tea is now home to The Mainline, where you can join us most Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for an evening of eclectic music performances including all your favorite genres, and the NewFound Gathering Place & Eatery, serving delicious handcrafted foods and beverages. Our new shared website is coming soon! In the meantime, please keep visiting this site for information about upcoming shows and ordering tickets!


SPECIAL EVENT! Suzie and the G Tones: “It Was 50 Years Ago Today”

Jun 10, 2017

Suzie and the G-Tones present “It Was 50 Years Ago Today: A Tribute to Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” -a special Beatles tribute show dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the release of Sgt. Peppers Lonely-Hearts Club Band. “Suzie and the G-Tones” strikes a perfect chord between youthful energy and old soul. Featuring the passionate, full-throated singing of Susan DePhillip and the thrilling fretwork of John Georgiou, Suzie and the G-Tones play an eclectic mix...

The Sequels

May 26, 2017

The Sequels play covers of great Alt-Country, Americana, Alt-Folk and Roots Rock songs from the last 30 years. Come on out for dinner, dancing, and FUN!

The Taters

May 20, 2017

The Taters play an eclectic mix of roots rock, pop, country, skiffle & Americana, a sound that’s been compared favorably to a mixture of Everlys, Orbison, Beatles, and Nick Lowe. Writing in Billboard Magazine, critic Gordon Ely described the Taters as “determinedly-and gleefully-forging a path with no limits or end in sight. This is music for which you’ve been waiting a long, long time… Without a trace of self-consciousness or pretension, the Taters draw up a formula that can...