Monday, April 7, 9 PM
Allvaret, Hot Dolphin, Men's Room, Omega Boys @ Strange Matter - $7
Where live music is concerned, weekend nights are often for dilettantes. If you're really serious about seeing all the best shows that come through your town, you have to be prepared to go out on weeknights.
Burried in Richmond's South side neighborhood lies a sleeping giant.
The Virginia Center for Latin American Art (VACLAA), a non-profit organization promoting Latin American art and culture as well as bringing educational arts to underserved Latino communities in Richmond, will be partnering with various organizations to host the first Great Busk, a celebration of various street performances.
You woke up late as usual given that the night before was the first gathering before the battles.
Rand Burgess, owner of the Camel, has revealed plans to turn 2729 W Broad St, formerly Nu Nightclub, into a live music venue and event space.
The folks from Day by Day have come a long way since their time in RVA.
“I used to be nasty about it. I used to be like: it’s a tribute band,” said Kelli Strawbridge, leader and James Brown role-player in The Big Payback, when asked the obtuse question, "What is it like to be in a cover band?"
Lightfields has been hanging around the fringes of the Richmond scene for a few years now, constantly tweaking their sound while going through a number of lineup changes. However, things appear to have solidified for the local quintet, and the maturation that's occurred is obvious on new single "Junior."
Colorado's Late Night Radio will be bringing his soulful, hip hop-infused electronic grooves to RVA on Tuesday, April 8. He'll be performing at the RVA Theatre (formerly known as The Hat Factory), introducing the city to the tripped-out electro-soul sounds he explored on last fall's full-length debut, Far Into The Night.