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Clay Mottley

Jan 20, 2018

Whether a full band with horn section, a backyard three-piece band or a coffee-house environment, what makes Clay Mottley stand out are the songs themselves.  While they sound both contemporary and accessible, they just as easily fit in a playlist...

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Ashland Coffee & Tea has been serving delicious food and beverages for over twenty years, and has been a live music venue hosting some of the best local and national artists of many genres, including folk, roots-rock, jazz, bluegrass, rhythm and blues, country, and Americana.

 

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Lucas Roy & Annie Stokes

May 24, 2018

Lucas Roy is an Internationally Touring artist from Maine. His soul soothing vocals captivate any listener and redefine smooth. He is currently working on his debut EP, expected to be released in December of 2017. He has toured in Iceland and is currently planning a tour down the East Coast of the United States for 2018. Annie Stokes is an indie-folk musician from Virginia. Raised in the nation’s capital on an eclectic mixture of musical theater, bluegrass, and classic Americana, her...

Chan Hall

May 19, 2018

Jazz pianist and composer Chan Hall’s soothing grooves provide a vibrant, expansive landscape of poetry in motion; influenced by Herbie Hancock, George Duke, Chick Corea, and George Benson. The July 2011 release of Chan’s debut album Dreaming Afterdark has gained buzz throughout the mid-Atlantic jazz community. The project is the culmination of a lifetime of dreams deferred for this jazz keyboardist. A native of Wilson, North Carolina, William “Chan” Hall started playing the piano by...

Road Kill Roy

May 12, 2018

“Perhaps Bob Marley said it best: ““One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”” This could not be more true for live music. To me, there is nothing better than going to see a band perform. No matter what my mood was that day, if the energy from the band is on point I seem to find myself forgetting about all my troubles and letting go of all the negativity that can so easily creep up and take control of you. It is even more uplifting when you come across a group...