Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Woods, Widowspeak, Pretty Lights, Black Girls, Screens N' Suds, Autumn Bottom Brews


The weekend kicks off on Thursday night at Strange Matter with low-fi indie folk-pop band Woods. Tix are $10 in advance, $12 day of show. Be sure to get in early to catch openers Wolf//Goat and Widowspeak. You might dig Woods if you like Kurt Vile, The Mountain Goats, Bright Eyes, or the Grateful Dead. Here's Woods doing "Cali In a Cup":


Friday night, Black Girls will be at The Camel. It's $6 to get in, show starts at 10 with openers Tumbleweed Stampede out of Athens GA.

Saturday, you can eat your fill at the 13th Annual Brunswick Stew Festival down at 17th St. Farmers Market. That'll run from 11 AM until 4 PM. Get there early if you are lookin' for the good stew. Music will be provided by Road Kill Roy and Provervbial.


Also Saturday, check out some cool rock n' roll poster art at Screens n' Suds at Gallery 5. The main event runs from 4 - 9 PM and will feature craft beers, DJ Reinhold spinning, the Street Deli RVA Food Truck, and lots of cool poster art. There is also an event Thursday night at Hardywood Park Brewery and on Friday at Gallery 5 so check those out if you are so inclined.

Sunday in Carytown, it's the rescheduled Carytown Food & Wine Festival. It'll run from noon until 6 PM and $15 (advance) or $20 (at the gate) gets you a souvenir wine glass and wine tasting.


If you are more of a beer person, head back to 17th St. Farmer's Market for the Autumn Bottom Brews. 15 local breweries will be there along with food trucks, vendors, artists and bands. It'll go from noon until 5 PM. All profits from beer sales will benefit the charity Enrichmond.

Next Wednesday night (11/7), electronica artist Pretty Lights will be at The National. Tix are $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Doors open at 8, show starts at 9 with opener Eliot Lipp. If you want a scary little Halloween mashup for next year's Halloween party, Pretty Lights put one together featuring "the Nightmare On Elm Street Theme Song, Halloween Theme Song, some dark Bach Fugue 9, and of course, the super sweet and creepy Crypt Keeper's laugh from Tales From The Crypt." You can download it HERE. Here is Pretty Lights rockin' the crowd at Bonnaroo 2011:



For your Halloween pleasure, here is the Rolling Stones doing "Dancing with Mr. D":

Have a great weekend!

Tony Jordan

Late Night Pick: Vampire Weekend

Our Sandy induced hiatus is over. Hope everyone is OK. We got lucky here in Richmond, with nothing more to contend with than a house full of rambunctious kids who couldn't play outside.

Tonight, watch indie darlings Vampire Weekend (how appropriate for Halloween!) on Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC at midnight. Jimmy is doing these episodes in Brooklyn. He picked a hell of a week to be on the East Coast. Also on the show, will be Jimmy's late night counterpart, David Letterman.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Drive-By Truckers, A Place to Bury Strangers, Hospitality, Man Overboard, STS9


Looks like a pretty good weekend for music beginning with two shows from my beloved Drive-By Truckers at The National on Friday and Saturday night. Doors open at 7, show starts at 8 both nights with J Roddy Walston and the Business opening. Tix are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. I've waxed poetic about DBT a million times now. All I can say is that if you are ready for a kick-ass rock n' roll show, get yourself to The National this weekend. I'll be there for the Saturday night blowout. (BTW, if you like the artwork above, that's done by Richmonder Wes Freed, who does all of the artwork for DBT going back for over a decade.) Here's DBT doing their fantastic song about growing up loving rock music, "Let There Be Rock" (some language NSFW). Three guitar rock n' roll glory at it's best.:



If you are home this weekend, check out the Voodoo Experience music festival webcast HERE. There is no schedule posted for the webcast but bands playing the festival include Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Metallica, Jack White, Skrillex, The Avett Brothers, Justice, Bootsy Collins, Gary Clark Jr., George Porter, Die Antwoord, Thomas Dolby, Anders Osborne, Toots & the Maytals, Dave Stewart, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Treme Brass Band, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Coheed & Cambria, Marcia Ball, and more. The fest starts at noon Eastern time Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday, if you want a spooky good time, check out the Carytown Zombie Walk. No music but lots of the undead wandering through Carytown starting at 2 PM. They'll mosey from the Kroger down to the Byrd Theater and back.

People's Blues of Richmond will be at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery as part of Hardywood's First Anniversary party on Saturday. The festivities start at 2 PM and will go until 9 PM. PBR will play from 6 PM until the end. The Threeo play from 2 PM - 3:30 PM and River City Band play from 3:45 - 5:45. Here's PBR doing "Leaves Die" (some language NSFW. It's just a NSFW video kind of night.):



Noise pop band A Place to Bury Strangers will be at Strange Matter on Saturday night along with like-minded bands Bleeding Rainbow and Canary Oh Canary. Doors open at 9, show starts at 10. Tix are $10 in advance, $12 at the door. APTBS just got back from touring Russia so be sure to ask them about that. Here's their song "You Are the One":



If you are in the mood for some Halloween holiday music, check out Black Sabbath cover band, Brown Sabbath, at Republic on Saturday night. No info on the Republic site or Brown Sabbath's Facebook page about when this will start, but figure around 10 and figure a few dollars cover charge, at most. Here's the band playing "Wicked World" at The National a few years back:



Indie-pop band Hospitality will be at Strange Matter Sunday. Doors open at 6 for this all ages show and the music starts at 7 with openers Herro Sugar, The Garbers and Teen. Check out the article in Style Weekly HERE for a little more info on Hospitality and their charming pop music. Here's a little ditty from Hospitality called "Friends of Friends". The video stars Alia Shwkat of the once and future show, "Arrested Development":



Tuesday night, jam band STS9 will be The National. Tix are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Doors open at 7, show starts at 8 with opener Kap10 Harris. Conscious Alliance is hosting a food drive at the show and it you bring 20 cans of food to donate, you'll get a free poster and do some good. Here's STS9 doing "Vapors":



Emo-pop band from NJ, Man Overboard, will be at Kingdom on Tuesday night. Doors will open at 5:30 and there are sure to be some openers but right now they are TBA. Tix are only $10. Here they are doing "Love Your Friends, Die Laughing":



Have a great weekend! See you at the Drive-By Truckers show on Saturday night!

Tony Jordan

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Late Night Pick: The Lumineers, Michael Franti webcast

Still tired from the excellent (as always) Bruce Springsteen concert last night. The crowd at JPJ Arena was definitely the best of any show, Bruce or otherwise, that I have seen at that arena. My favorite part of the show was the "rarities" block in the middle of "Seaside Bar Song", "Give the Girl a Kiss" (which Bruce taught the horn section on the fly), and  a powerful version of "Lost in the Flood", which I was able to cross of my Bruce bucket list. The other highlights were strong versions of "Backstreets" (the song that got me into Bruce those many years ago) and the encore opener of "Jungleland", which Bruce just nailed vocally. For the full setlist and the review from Backstreets go HERE.

Tonight at 9, Michael Franti is doing a webcast on the Green Mountain Coffee Facebook site HERE. Not sure if it will just be him solo or if Spearhead will be with him, but should be good either way.

Tonight's late night pick is Americana band, The Lumineers, on the Late Show with David Letterman. The Lumineers will be opening up for Dave Matthews Band at their shows at JPJ Arena in C'ville on 12/14 & 15. Tix for those shows are going on sale Friday at 10 AM. Bill O'Reilly will also be on so Dave should have fun sparring with him. Snooki will also be on the show, making for one weird show. Dave is on at 11:35 PM on CBS.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Springsteen, Trey, Into It Over It, Late Night Pick: Prince

Tonight, after his appearance on behalf of President Obama at the Charlottesville Downtown Amphitheater, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will rock the John Paul Jones Arena in C'ville. If you have GA tix for the show, remember to get their early to get in the lottery to be in the "pit" at the front of the stage. Details are HERE. Last I checked there were still some tickets available so you may be able to get some at the box office. Show starts at 7:30. Tix run from $68 to $98. Here's Bruce and the band doing "Death to My Hometown" from their latest album, "Wrecking Ball":


Trey Anastasio, guitarist from Phish, will be at The National tonight. Tix are $39.50. Doors open at 7, show starts at 8. No opener as Trey and his band will do two sets. Trey is out supporting his new solo album, "Traveler". Here's the band peforming "Corona" a few nights ago in Chicago:


Over at The Camel tonight, indie pop rockers Into It Over It head up a big show that also features The Front Bottoms, Cheap Girls, Made Do and Mend, Hostage Calm and Stay Ahead of the Weather. Tix are $13, doors open at 6, show starts at 6:30. Here's Into It Over It's "No Good Before Noon":


Tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live at midnight on ABC, the great Prince will be on.

See you at the Bruce concert!

Monday, October 22, 2012

Late Night Pick: Kendrick Lamar

Rapper from the city of Compton and friend of Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, will be on Conan tonight. Conan airs on TBS at 11 PM with a repeat at 1 AM. Kendrick will perform a track off his new album, "good kid, m.A.A.d city. If you want to learn more about Kendrick, check out the iTunes podcast, Meet the Musician.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Late Night Pick: Bobby Womack & Damon Albarn, Once Upon a Vine Octoberfest

Watch soul legend Bobby Womack team up with Damon Albarn (Gorillaz, Blur) on a repeat of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon tonight at 11:35 PM on NBC.

On Saturday at my favorite beer & wine store, Once Upon a Vine on MacArthur Rd. in the Bellevue neighborhood of Richmod will throw an Octoberfest bash from noon until 5 PM. Tix are $15 per person for all you can eat, beer and more. Live music will be performed by The Unknown Favorites.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Late Night Pick: Desaparecidos & Brother Ali

Tonight catch a repeat of the Last Call with Carson Daly featuring Conor Oberst's political punk band before Bright Eyes and now rejuvenated side project Desaparecidos (couldn't they have picked a name that was easier to spell?) and political underground rapper, Brother Ali. Last Call is on NBC at 1:35 AM. For the story behind Desaparecidos, read THIS STORY from the the NY Times.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Henry Rollins, Gov't Mule, YARN, People's Blues of Richmond, Susan Greenbaum Band

I've got a binder full of shows tonight so let's get started!

Americana band YARN will be at The Camel Thursday night. Tix are $7 in advance, $10 at the door. The show will start at 8 with opener Luke Mitchem. Here's the video for their new song, "Annie":


Get More: Annie, Yarn, Yarn Videos

People's Blues of Richmond will be at Tobacco Company on Friday night. The show starts at 9:30 and it's FREE. Here they are when they performed at The National on 9/20/12 with horns!




Speaking of horns, over at The Camel on Friday, No BS! Brass Band plays with Larri Branch Agenda who are opening and celebrating the release of their CD, "Labragenda". It's $7 to get in and Larri Branch Agenda  starts the show at 9:30 (doors open at 9). Here's No BS! when they filmed their live DVD (out later this year) at Montrose Studio on 10/7/12:



Also on Friday, Bush League will be at Poe's Pub (THE place to go to watch the NFL on Sundays, especially the Eagles). Show starts at 9 and it's FREE. Here is the audio from the show they recently did on WRIR:



Saturday in Powhatan, it's the 10th Annual Powhatan Festival of the Grape. As the name would imply, this involves wine tasting and drinking from 30 VA wineries, crafts, food and entertainment from Casper and Steve Bassett. It's at Powhatan's Courthouse Square from 11 AM to 6 PM. Tickets are $25 for tasting and $15 for non-tasting.

Neil Young's 26th Annual Bridge School Benefit Concert will be webcast HERE. It'll cost $5 to view the webcast but that's a small price to pay to help a good cause and see acoustic performances from bands like Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Jack White, Guns N' Roses, Flaming Lips, Foster the People, Sarah McLachlan, Ray LaMontagne, Steve Martin & Steep Canyon Rangers, KD Lang, Lucinda Williams & Gary Clark Jr. The webcast will only be on Saturday (they do a Sunday show too but no webcast for that one) starting at 7 PM ET.

Susan Greenbaum Band will be at Ashland Coffe & Tea Saturday night. Show starts at 8 and it's $10 at the door. Here's Susan performing Indigo Girls' "Closer to Fine" with friends Renee Kingan and Jocelyn Oldham earlier this year:



Sunday night, punk provocateur, Henry Rollins, appears at The National. Henry's spoken word show is titled "Capitalism" and will begin at 8 PM (doors open at 7). Tix are $20 - $25.

Warren Haynes' Gov't Mule plays The National on Monday. Doors open at 6, show starts at 7 with the fabulous sacred steel guitar sounds of The Lee Boys (you'll like them if you like Robert Randolph) so get there early. Here's Gov't Mule doing "Time to Confess":



We'll be back with our next dispatch on Monday night to cover some of the big shows next week here in the RVA.

In a shout-out to old school Henry Rollins, here are 29 Amazing Punk Flyers From the 80's.

Have a great weekend!

Tony Jordan

Late Night Pick: The Heavy

British soul rock band, The Heavy, will be on Last Call with Carson Daly tonight on NBC at 1:35 AM. The show features footage of the band performing at their sold-out show earlier this year at the El Rey Theatre in LA.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Late Night Pick: Miguel

R&B singer Miguel, whose album "Kaleidoscope Dream" is getting rave reviews, will be on Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC at midnight tonight. Timout said "“Fast-riser Miguel is a big-time style sampler whose music, part Latin-tinged hip-hop and part classic soul, is poised to make some waves”. His new song "Do You..." (and his look) remind me of soulful Prince stuff.

Also on the Kimmel show tonight will be Don Rickles, so tune in, you hockey pucks!

Monday, October 15, 2012

Late Night Pick: Chairlift

Avant-electronic-pop band Chairlift will be on Last Call with Carson Daly tonight at 1:35 AM on NBC. You might dig Chairlift if you like MGMT, Gotye, Bjork, Cocteau Twins, Kate Bush or Tangerine Dream.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Late Night Pick: Jamey Johnson w/Alison Krauss

Alt-country singer/songwriter Jamey Johnson is joined by Alison Krauss tonight on the Late Show with David Letterman on CBS at 11:35 PM. They'll be performing "Make the World Go Away" from Jamey's new tribute album to Hank Cochran, considered one of the greatest country music songwriters.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Late Night Pick: Kimbra

Tonight, check out pop singer Kimbra (you may know her as the female voice on "Somebody That I Used to Know") on Last Call with Carson Daly on NBC at 1:35 AM. Kimbra has a new track on the "Frankenweenie" soundtrack called "With My Hands" so maybe she'll be doing that one on the show.

Richmond Folk Fest, Dave Alvin, Jens Lekman, Taken By Trees, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Austin City Limits webcast


Big Folk Fest weekend, but we start on Thursday night with reunited Richmond band, Kepone, at Balliceaux. Show starts at 9:30 and it's $5 to get in.

Of course the big event this weekend is the Richmond Folk Fest, taking place Friday through Sunday in the Brown's Island area. It's absolutely FREE (though please give some $ to the bucket brigades!). Walking through this great event is liking walking around the world, soaking in all the great music the "folks" of the earth have to offer. Style Weekly posted their guide to the fest HERE and in their current issue. The big acts this year are Roseanne Cash (Saturday, 1 PM on the Altria stage), bluegrass great Ralph Stanley (Sunday, 4 PM on the Virginia Folklife Stage and then 5:30 on the Community Foundation Stage), and Fred Wesley, who helped create James Brown's great tracks in the 60s and 70s (Friday, 7:30 PM on the Community Foundation Stage and then three times on Saturday so check the schedule).

If you want a nice sampler pack, check out some of the workshops on the MWV Stage, Community Foundation Stage and Union First Market Stage on Saturday and Sunday. The workshops bring together three or four artists or groups who discuss and explore similarities in their music. They'll each perform a song or two and you may see some interesting collaborations, too.

And if you want to stop by and see me, I'll be volunteer "working" backstage at the Dominion Dance Pavilion from 11:30 AM to 3 PM on Sunday.

If you are not at the Folk Fest this weekend, but are at home near your computer, you can check out the Austin City Limits webcast on YouTube HERE. It'll be on Friday through Sunday starting at 2:15 PM each day. You can catch acts like The Black Keys, Jack White, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Roots, Iggy & The Stooges (read their awesome and hilarious tour rider HERE), and more.

Dave Alvin of The Blasters and solo work will be at Ashland Coffee & Tea on Friday night. Tix are $25 in advance, $30 day of show. Show starts at 8 with opener Christy McWilson. They'll be playing the great roots rock that Dave is known for. Here's Dave doing "Johnny Ace Is Dead" from his latest album, "Eleven Eleven (Expanded Edition)":




Also, Friday night at The National, it's reggae/pop/ska with Iration, The Expendables and Cisco Adler. Tix are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Doors open at 7, show starts at 8. Here's Iration doing "Porcupine":



Saturday night at The National, Swedish singer/songwriter (he does not sing in Swedish) Jens Lekman will perform. Be sure to get in early to check out indie electronic pop artist Taken By Trees (aka Victoria Bergsman). Tix are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Doors open at 7, show starts at 8. Here's Jens on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon the other night doing the title track from his latest album, "I Know What Love Isn't":



Also, Saturday night, if you are looking for some post-Folk Fest Grateful Dead music, see Dead cover band King Solomon's Marbles at Emilio's Tapas Bar in the Fan. Show will start at 9:30. Don't know if there is a cover, but if there is, it won't be much.

Tuesday night at Ashland Coffee & Tea, folk legend Ramblin' Jack Elliott who influenced people from Bob Dylan to Johnny Cash, Tom Waits, Beck, Bruce Springsteen, The Grateful Dead and Rolling Stones, will play for you. Tix are $20 in advance, $25 day of show and the show starts at 8. Here's Jack at this year's Whispering Beard Folk Fest doing a couple Woody Guthrie tunes and this dude knew Woody:

Have a great weekend!  See you at the Folk Fest!

Tony Jordan

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Late Night Pick: Dwight Yoakam

Honky-tonker Dwight Yoakam rides into Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight riding great reviews for his new album, "3 Pears", which includes two songs produced by Beck. Jimmy Kimmel Live is on at midnight on ABC. Also, on the show tonight, Will Arnett and Chris Elliott so it should be a funny one.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Late Night Pick: Pete Townshend & Jens Lekman

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon has a strong lineup tonight. Swedish singer/songwriter Jens Lekman is the musical guest. Jens will be at The National on Saturday night. Pete Townshend of The Who will be on, most likely not performing but talking about his new memoir. And the always wonderfully insane Christopher Walken will be on the show as well. Late Night is on NBC at 12:35 AM.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Ohio Players at 2nd St. Fest, Late Night Pick: Regina Spektor

The funky Ohio Players will be at the 2nd Street Festival downtown on Saturday night. Festival hours are noon-7 p.m. on Saturday and 1-6 p.m. on Sunday. The Ohio Players will be on at 5:45 on Saturday and if I wasn't going to be out of town, I would be down there to get down. You can get the full performance schedule for the fest at that there link there. Here's Ohio Players fopping. The cool dude stops talking at 2:45:



Last Call with Carson Daly has alternative singer/songwriter, Regina Spektor, on a repeat tonight at 1:35 AM on NBC.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Late Night Pick: The Walkmen & Wyclef Jean

On Last Call with Carson Daly tonight, indie rock band, The Walkmen, will perform a couple songs. Wyclef Jean will also be on the show, but I don't know if he'll be playing anything or just talking about Haiti or something. Last Call is on at 1:35 AM on NBC.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Hogtober, Mountain Goats, Sleigh Bells, Kentucky Headhunters, No BS! Brass Band, Black Girls


The weekend kicks off on Thursday, as all good weekends do, with No BS! Brass Band at Balliceaux. Show starts at 10 PM and it's $3 to get in. The band will be filming a live DVD this Saturday and Sunday. Tix are $10 and there will be a shuttle to take you to the secret studio. You can pick up a ticket to join the DVD fun at the show at Balliceaux. The band even made it onto NPR this week (click HERE).

The Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival will be taking place out in Golden Gate Park in SF this weekend. They will be live video & audio streaming from their Arrow Stage all weekend long on their website (http://strictlybluegrass.com/). Here is the lineup. Times are Pacific time so add three hours to get Eastern. But you knew that.

Friday:
12:00pm Chuck Ragan
1:00pm Pickwick
2:10pm Chris Carrabba
3:20pm Patterson Hood & the Downtown Rumblers
4:45pm Jon Langford & His Sadies feat. Sally Timms
6:15pm Reignw├Âlf

Saturday:
11:00am The Trishas
12:05pm Reckless Kelly
1:30pm Bill Kirchen and Texicalli
2:45pm Heartless Bastards
4:05pm Jerry Jeff Walker
5:35pm The Flatlanders feat. Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore & Butch Hancock

Sunday:
11:00am Lucero
12:05pm Moonalice
1:25pm Rubblebucket
2:45pm Son Volt
4:10pm Luther Dickinson & the Wandering
5:45pm ALO

Friday at The Camel, get down and get funky with Black Girls, The Trillions and Zulu Pearls. Show starts at 10 and it's $6 to get in. Good Day RVA filmed Black Girls playing all acoustic like at Hollywood Cemetery the other day. They did a song called "Club Bangin":



Saturday at Libby Hill Park on Church Hill, Hogtober fills your belly with lots of bar-b-q, beer and music. It'll run from noon to 7 PM. It's a FREE, ALL AGES event. As for music, here's the schedule:
12:30 PM - River City Band - bluegrass
2:00 PM - Long Arms - Americana
3:30 PM- Chrome Daddy Disco - rockabilly
5:00 PM - Andy Vaughan and The Driveline - outlaw country / Western swing

Sunday in Carytown, it's the Carytown Food and Wine Festival. That'll run from noon until 6 PM. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the gate. Don't know if there will be music but there will be food and wine.

Sunday night, on the last day of the State Fair, country rock band The Kentucky Headhunters will take the stage at 7:30 PM. Admission to the fair covers your admission to the show. Be sure to get there early and go catch the pig racing. You'll dig the Headhunters if you like Travis Tritt or Lynyrd Skynyrd. Here they are performing "Dumas Walker" and yes, this video is very 80's ('89 to be exact):



Sunday at The National, experimental pop duo Sleigh Bells will pick up the crowd not going to the Kentucky Headhunters show, with their loud rhythmic rockin'. Tix are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Doors open at 7, show starts at 8 with opener AraabMUZIK. Here's Sleigh Bells video for "End of the Line":



On Tuesday at The National, indie rockers The Mountain Goats will show up to play, and play well. The show will cost you $15 to get in. Doors open at 7 PM, show starts at 8 with opener Matthew E White. These guys are selling out shows in NYC, Philly and Baltimore and are getting some acclaim for John Darnille's songwriting. Here's the Mountain Goats' John Darnielle doing the solo thing with "In Memory of Satan":



If you're at home on Tuesday night, check out the Grace Potter and the Nocturnals webcast on Green Mountain Coffee's Facebook site. The show will start 9 PM and Grace's legs start at the floor and go all the way up to her neck.

If you gotta get out and hear some good ol' Grateful Dead on Tuesday night, head down to Cary St. Cafe and see Dead cover band, King Solomon's Marbles. That'll start at 10 PM and it's FREE.

As your added bonus, here's Maxine Nightingale doing "Right Back Where We Started From" on French TV in '76: http://youtu.be/jCtk7WiZ_Ys (sorry they won't let me embed it but you're done with the blog anyway).

Tony Jordan

Late Night Pick: LP

Rockin' singer-songwriter LP (aka Laura Pergolizzi) will be on the Late Show with David Letterman tonight at 11:35 PM on CBS. Also, on the show, Tina Fey and Rick Santorum. Hopefully, hilarity (Tina) and nastiness (Dave vs. Santorum) will ensue. You might want to check out LP if you like Joni Mitchell, Feist, Joan Jett, The Doors, Pretenders, Nirvana, Cracker, Pat Benatar, Runaways,  or Florence & The Machine.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

The Ataris, Dan Deacon rescheduled, Waka Flocka Flame rescheduled

A special Tuesday edition of the blog that was going to highlight some shows on Wednesday but instead is mostly about shows that were going to take place Wednesday that were rescheduled. I would have put them in last week's big show blog but I was just too damn tired that night. It's probably a good thing since they got rescheduled anyway.


At The Camel on Wednesday night, The Ataris (pop punk), Flatfoot 56 (Celtic punk), Red City Radio and Hold Tight! will rock the joint. Doors open at 7, show starts at 8. It's $12 to get in and this is an all ages show. If you are an Ataris fan, don't miss the show because these are the only US tour dates of the year. Here's The Ataris performing "In This Diary":


At Gallery 5, Dan Deacon, Heights with Friends, Chester Endersby Gwazda and Alan Resnick were supposed to play on Wednesday night but the show has been moved to Thursday, November 29 at 7 PM.

The Waka Flocka Flame show that was going to take place at The National on Wednesday has now been rescheduled for Saturday, November 24.

Tony Jordan

Late Night Pick: Brother Ali, Desaparecidos & Best New Music in September

Tonight on Last Call with Carson Daly, check out political Minnesota rapper, Brother Ali, and Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes) side project Desaparecidos. Last Call is on NBC at 1:35 AM.

Check out the most critically acclaimed new albums of September on Metacritic HERE, including albums from Staff Benda Bilili, Dwight Yoakam, Grizzly Bear, and Bob Dylan.