There’s no shortage of great shows coming this Halloween.
After appearing on the hit TV show “The Voice,” Rebecca Loebe has been touring non-stop and became a crowd favorite.
DC-based early swing outfit Bumper Jacksons are coming back to the Richmond area on Sept. 16.
Flashlight Tag, the two-man band comprised of Brian Phelps and Justin Laughter, will be releasing its album “Americana Electronica,” an exploration and celebration of America, this week.
Cracker’s David Lowery and Johnny Hickman will perform songs from their 22-year career together and will also be unveiling brand new tracks from their forthcoming double album, “Berkeley To Bakersfield,” out this December.
Singer/songwriter Dean Fields performed in Richmond often before moving to Nashville. Now, he’s back with a new album called “Any Minute Now,” which I am eagerly awaiting to hear. Fields is performing at Ashland Coffee & Tea on Friday, August 9. Trust me, if you’ve never seen Dean Fields perform, you’re in for a treat.