Atlanta’s Radio Birds, is headed to Richmond on Tuesday, October 21 along with Death on Two Wheels. They’ll be playing at The Camel with local act Jared McCloud.
Horsehead is petitioning Bill Murray to attend its show at the Camel on Oct. 17.
Photosynthesizers and My Darling Fury will be performing a special collaboration show on Thursday, Oct. 9 at the Camel. Visuals will be provided by The Awesome View. This will be a show to experience.
The National was purchased for $6.7 million by Los Angeles-based AEG Live, a concert promoter for festivals like Coachella and Edgefest.
Samson Trinh, director of the Upper East Side Big Band, and more than 50 RVA musicians are recording a new Christmas album. With a Kickstarter campaign, Trinh is making a final push to complete the album and share it through a WCVE public television special just in time for Christmas 2014.
Nightmare on Grace Street contains 14 songs by Virginia musicians including the Diamond Center, Hot Dolphin, White Laces, Sports Bar, The Green Hearts, Hot Lava, Peace Beast and others, who perform songs about zombies, monsters and trick or treating gone wrong.
The Richmond Folk Festival takes place Oct. 10-12 on Richmond’s riverfront.