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222 Jefferson Highway, Staunton, VA, US, 24401

  • Phone: (540) 887-6500
  • Fax: (540) 885-8325
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Delta Spirit
The Jefferson TheaterApril 12, 2015
110 East Main Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Delta Spirit is an indie rock band from San Diego that was formed in 2005. The group employs a number of unusual instruments like trash cans lids and orchestral bass drums to create a unique sound that some critics have likened to newfangled Americana folk rock.
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Radford Highlanders At Virginia Cavaliers Baseball
Davenport FieldApril 14, 2015 6:00 PM
434 Lannigan
Charlottesville, VA 22903
The Radford Highlanders represents the athletic programs and intercollegiate teams of Radford University in Virginia. The school's teams compete in NCAA Division I and Division II and are members of the Big South Conference. Radford fields a number of men's and women's teams in sports that include basketball, softball, rugby and soccer.
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Neutral Milk Hotel
The Jefferson TheaterApril 14, 2015 8:00 PM
110 East Main Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Amongst indie folk and psychedelic rock musicians of the modern era, you'd be hard-pressed to find a more frequent common inspiration than Neutral Milk Hotel. Though far from a household name in its heyday of the mid to late-1990s, the Ruston, Louisiana-originated group left an impressively influential legacy behind in its wake. The band's most identifiable and effective weapon could be found in the freewheeling, elastic quaver of front man Jeff Mangum's voice, which has inspired a generation of knockoffs. Not to be dismissed, however, the rest of the group was up to task as well, warping poppy indie folk with occasional bursts of fuzzy distortion, punk rock, horn arrangements, singing saw and accordion. Neutral Milk Hotel reached its high-water mark in 1998 with the release of In the Aeroplane Over the Sea, a brilliantly arranged album that captured the group's affinity for sparse beauty and cacophonous racket in equal doses. Living in Athens, Georgia by this time, the band became affiliated with the Elephant 6 collective of musicians, often collaborating with psychedelic throwback groups such as Elf Power, Olivia Tremor Control and others. Neutral Milk Hotel disbanded in 1999, sending Mangum into a long reclusive period of inactivity, much to the frustration of his fans. As of 2011 however, he'd started to play shows again, often performing Neutral Milk Hotel songs alongside his repertoire of solo material.
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William and Mary Tribe At Virginia Cavaliers Baseball
Davenport FieldApril 15, 2015 6:00 PM
434 Lannigan
Charlottesville, VA 22903
William & Mary Tribe, also known as The Tribe, is the moniker of the athletic departments and sports teams at the College of William & Mary is Williamsburg, Virginia. A member of the Colonial Athletic Association, the school competes in Division I and maintains heated rivalries with a number of other universities, most notably James Madison University, University of Delaware and Old Dominion University.
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Dancing Pros Live
John Paul Jones ArenaApril 15, 2015 7:30 PM
295 Massie Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903
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James Mcmurtry
The Southern Café and Music HallApril 15, 2015
103 South 1st Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902
James McMurtry is an Austin, Texas-based musician who is known for his purist approach to some decidedly American genres such as alt-country and Americana. Whether performing alone with his acoustic guitar or backed by his band, The Heartless Bastards, McMurtry writes in the classic singer/songwriter mold, favoring vivid imagery and storytelling over personal confessionals or cryptic, metaphorical lyrics. Though there's nothing particularly special about his voice and guitar playing, it's the simplistic but intense conviction of the overall package that has won McMurtry comparisons to legends such as John Prine and Jackson Browne. He's also been known to occasionally use his songwriting as a means of political discourse, penning songs in protest against Wal-Mart and the Iraq war.
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