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RVA Shows You Must See This Week: December 7 – December 13

FEATURED SHOW Friday, December 9 & Saturday, December 10, 6 PM (both nights) The Final Ghost Of Pop Night One: Deli Kings, Prabir Trio, Danger Birds, Tiny Lights, The Fake Smiles, Rikki Rakki, Jonathan Brown, Alex Dimas Night Two: Zepp Repp, Madferit, 1996...

A Bit of Stasis: An Interview with Palmyra

On a cold Tuesday afternoon I found myself sitting around a poker table with the three members of one of my favorite local bands, Palmyra. Although the table was not set for us to play, I was hosting a game later that evening, the image was still rather amusing to me...

RVA Shows You Must See This Week: November 30 – December 6

FEATURED SHOW Saturday, December 3, 7 PM Alabama Thunderpussy, Suplecs, Loud Night @ Richmond Music Hall at Capital Ale House - $20 in advance, $25 day of show (order tickets HERE) I must admit, I never thought this day would come. Then again, I never thought I'd see...

RVA Mag’s Black Friday Richmond Music Video Roundup

We get sent a lot of music videos by local groups here at RVA Mag. And of course, since we are always trying to keep track of what’s happening in the local music scene, we stumble across a whole bunch of videos on our own time. The result is an ever-growing list of...

RVA Shows You Must See This Week November 23 – November 29

FEATURED SHOW Saturday, November 26, 8 PM Holy Roller (Photo by Joey Wharton), Chris Leggett & The Copper Line, Drew Foust @ The Camel - $12 in advance, $15 day of show (order tickets HERE) That extended end-of-year season known as "The Holidays" has officially...

Video Premiere: Pete Curry – “Dark in the Night”

Goofy, party jamming king Pete Curry has released a new music video, this time offering fans disco nostalgia vibes, complete with sequins and multiple exotic/erotic hairstyles. “Dark in the Night,” from his  late 2016 album Night Logic, is the latest creation, and the first song off the album release to become a video. “It’s my favorite song...

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Pop star Jojo astounded Richmond this past Monday at The National

Jojo's journey over the past decade-plus has been one of pop music's most unique. Breaking through in 2004 with the smash single, “Leave (Get Out),” the then 13-year-old became the youngest artist to top a Billboard chart. It led to a pair of very solid teen pop albums that totaled an impressive 7 million copies sold worldwide. Then amid a...

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