The Blue Dogs – Lawrence Gray opens!

The Blue Dogs – Lawrence Gray opens!

Feb 24, 2012 |  0 comments

With nearly a million miles logged and 100,000 records sold, South Carolina’s BLUE DOGS continue to ride the highways, churn out new music, and win over new fans. Founded initially as a part-time love affair for writing and playing music, the BLUE DOGS spent the better part of the early 90’s honing their songs and live show at venues throughout Mid-Atlantic. Although the band has grown a legion of fans over the years, the BLUE DOGS’ musical diversity has been difficult to classify. Having started as a bluegrass/country/folk-rock duo, and then with the advent of a full band in 96, the BLUE DOGS found themselves with echoes of bluegrass, jam band rock, commercial roots pop/rock, and Americana….somewhere to the right of Americana and left of mainstream Nashville. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of show visit the website: http://www.bluedogs.com/

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The Free Rangers

The Free Rangers

Feb 23, 2012 |  0 comments

Presenting a night of Bluegrass and Swing! The Free Rangers play songs you want to hear again and songs you’ve never heard, an Americana blend of bluegrass, country, cowboy, swing, folk, blues and more. Tight vocal harmonies and acoustic instrumentation enhance their eclectic sound. Debbe (guitar & vocals) and Steve (bass & vocals) Peck have made music together for years and are joined by veteran musicians Rick Myers (guitar & vocals), Donn Geronimi (mandolin & guitar), and Jim Norman (dobro). Tickets are $8 at the door

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Susan Greenbaum

Susan Greenbaum

Feb 22, 2012 |  0 comments

Susan checks in for a “Homegrown Wednesday”, bringing audience favorites, both old and new, original or uniquely covered. Visit her website: http://www.susangreenbaum.com/

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Recklessly Abandoned

Recklessly Abandoned

Feb 18, 2012 |  0 comments

Formerly known as “Reckless Abandon”, Recklessly Abandoned is the unique, creative music ensemble first gathered together by Page Wilson to present his distinctive approach to live performance. It was not only the name of the group, but also the approach to the music; to play with “reckless abandon.” Rooted in the blues, folk, bluegrass, and country traditions of their native Virginia soil, the performances are spontaneous and original; yet with the professional musical expertise to go anywhere with a song, and take their audience along with them. Charles Arthur, Chris Fuller, Jay Gillespie, Jim Skelding, and Billy Lux reunite for an evening of great “Purebred American Mongrel Music”, now known as “Recklessly Abandoned” Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 day of show

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A Good Natured Riot

A Good Natured Riot

Feb 17, 2012 |  1 comment

It’s difficult to find the right words to describe A Good Natured Riot, but that dosn’t stop their legions of fans from coming out to see them. These five acoustic musicians have come from all over the map – geographically and musically – to create a truly inspired sound. Some have described their it as folk-funk. Some say it’s “ecleticgrass” infused with some jazzy soul. But all seem to agree: it’s a lot of fun.The  band performs with a variety of musical instruments – from guitars and fiddles to dobro and even a washboard to add to the fun. Punctuated by tight harmonies and percussive textures, A Good Natured Riot has found a unique groove all their own. To figure out your own description, you’ll just have to experience them for yourself. Tickets are $8 at the door. Visit their website: http://www.agoodnaturedriot.com

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The Taters

The Taters

Feb 11, 2012 |  0 comments

“Think ‘Beatles For Sale’, if Marty Robbins were a primary influence instead of Carl Perkins.” – No Depression . The Taters play an eclectic mix of roots rock, pop, country, skiffle and Americana, a sound that’s been compared favorably to a mixture of Everlys, Orbison, Beatles, and Nick Lowe. Tickets $10 at the door. Visit The Taters’ website: http://thetaters.com/

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