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The Butcher Brown & The Richmond Symphony Put On A Show

Butcher Brown, the progressive jazz masters from Richmond, played a special show in partnership with the Richmond Symphony over the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. The show featured 10 of their tunes arranged by Richmond’s own Trey Pollard and Tim Barrons which they...

A Man Named Earl, A Punk Named Yonder

Richmond based punk artist Yonder opens up about his art and music career, and the role that mental health plays in it. He discusses how his "outsider" attitude and vulnerability in his work is rooted in his experiences growing up as the "black sheep" of his family...

RVA Shows You Must See This Week: January 11 – January 17

FEATURED SHOW Saturday, January 14, 7 PM Last Minute Fest II, feat. The Mitras, Mad Abbey, Pipesleeve, Overunderdog, Sifter, Stevie Ashe @ The Camel - $10 in advance, $12 day of show (Order tickets HERE) It's officially a new year, but I always take a little while to...

Richmond Music 2022, Part II: Indie (Second Half)

OK, I should have known that this one in particular would go too long -- when I made up these playlists before starting to write this article series, the indie playlist was the longest one by a significant amount. To put it in perspective, the rather lengthy hip hop...

Richmond Music 2022, Part II: Indie (First Half)

Since I got to this city 30 years ago, Richmond's had a thriving indie music scene. From wild house parties and tiny stages in small clubs to headlining gigs at The Broadberry and beyond, plenty of indie bands around Richmond distinguished themselves with excellent...

Modest Mouse announces October show at the National

Modest Mouse, the Portland-based indie rock band famous for songs like “Float On,” “The World at Large” and more, is coming to The National Theater on October 15 this year. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 16 at 10am and are expected to sell fast. The National notes Modest Mouse as “the indie rock gold standard,” crediting them as “one of the...

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Hollywood features sounds from Richmond in genre-bending Ki:Theory

While not a household name (yet), Ki:Theory’s music has been going worldwide via placements in shows like "Suits," "CSI" & "How to Get Away With Murder" for some years. Even popular brands, ranging from Nike, GoPro and Audi, feature his music in advertisements. And this succesful producer and song writer does it all from a studio located...

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