Antique Melody Show (AMS) is a nostalgic journey into early-American, post-parlor era music that layed the groundwork for speakeasy and lounge divas of the 1920's 30's and 40's, such as Annette Henshaw, Billie Holiday and Ruth Etting. AMS also touts a few original tunes reminiscent of the same genre.
Spider Kelly is your favorite mixtape: the songs you love, the songs you fall in love with on first listen. New old, somewhere in-between, Classic, Alt, Rock. Tom Petty to Pearl Jam to Led Zeppelin to The Beastie Boys. It’s a good time every time Spider Kelly performs.
Jane Hardin: vocals
Russ Gambrell: keys and vocals
Gordon Saunders: bass
Stephen Moegling: drums and percussion
Adam Houck: guitars and vocals
Join us for the debut of this great Richmond supergroup!
Albafeire is a Richmond-based band playing traditional Scottish and Irish music. With Jack Humiston on fiddle and mandolin, Dave Braxton on guitar and whistles, Jay Wells on Uilleann pipes and whistles, and Dave Kolmer on Scottish smallpipes and bodhran, come enjoy an evening of relaxed fun and foot-stomping entertainment!
Mo DeBree originated with Kevin and Kelli Moss in the Spring of 1998. Their idea was to draw together a crew of seasoned musicians acclaimed for their sound quality, not their volume level, to play standards, deep in the mix and original arrangements of blues and R&B music. Once the players were assembled, rehearsals began in May of that year.
Pump House members all have had their brushes with fame and the famous. They have pooled their decades of experience and created a sound that makes the band unique in its own right. Some of the best songs you've never heard will get your mojo working and your heart a thumpin' !
When Songwriter and Recording Artist,
Ross David, released his original acoustic song
“Fire Burnin”, on YouTube, he was completely
unprepared for the attention it would receive over the
Internet. To Ross, the young, up-and-coming artist,
“Fire Burnin” was “just another song” he wrote and
enjoyed performing, but music lovers proved it was
much more than that. The popularity of Ross’ videos
and music spread rapidly, garnering over 5 Million
Spotify Streams and 600,000 YouTube Views
through word-of-mouth alone. People from all over
the world, most of whom Ross has never even met,
started posting videos of their own covers of the song,
as well as videos of choreography performed to it.