Concert Connection

August – September 2015

Cayucas
August 6, 2015 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Cayucas
Hear California natives, Cayucas live with Melissa Goode on Thursday, August 6. The brand new album from Cayucas is ‘Dancing at the Blue Lagoon’. [...]
Scott Miller @ WNRN
August 21, 2015 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Scott Miller @ WNRN
Scott Miller sits down for conversation and music Friday with Mark Keefe before opening for Ry Cooder, Sharon White & Ricky Skaggs at The [...]
Blues Traveler @ The Jefferson Theater
August 21, 2015 @ 7:00 pm
Blues Traveler @ The Jefferson Theater | Charlottesville | Virginia | United States
  After selling millions of records and logging thousands of miles on the road, GRAMMY award-winning band Blues Traveler continue to chart new musical [...]
Carl Anderson @ WNRN
August 27, 2015 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Carl Anderson @ WNRN
Carl Anderson will play songs from ‘Risk of Loss’ with Melissa on Thursday, August 27. His show at The Southern Cafe and Music Hall [...]
The O Records Back To School Special Featuring: Erin and the Wildfire, The Smiling Islanders & More! @ The Jefferson Theater | Charlottesville | Virginia | United States
  Calling all returning students and any townies who want to partake in the fun: Thursday, August 27 is The Back To School Special [...]
Nasty. Presents: Back That Thing Up Dance Party @ The Jefferson Theater
August 29, 2015 @ 9:00 pm
Nasty. Presents: Back That Thing Up Dance Party @ The Jefferson Theater | Charlottesville | Virginia | United States
  Thomas Dean’s popular Nasty. Dance Party brings you a new and exciting multi-media dance experience: Back That Thing Up! Saturday, August 29 will [...]
The Mavericks @ The Jefferson Theater
September 3, 2015 @ 7:30 pm
The Mavericks @ The Jefferson Theater | Charlottesville | Virginia | United States
VIP Tickets Include: -Soundcheck Party -Early Entry -Commemorative poster “It took life for us to get to this point – Everybody was so free. [...]

August – September 2015

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Nasty. Presents: Back That Thing Up Dance Party @ The Jefferson Theater
Aug 29 @ 9:00 pm

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Thomas Dean’s popular Nasty. Dance Party brings you a new and exciting multi-media dance experience: Back That Thing Up! Saturday, August 29 will feature your favorite funky jams from the ‘70s-‘00s and everywhere in between; accompanied by throwback TV/movie footage that’s sure to get that thing movin’!

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The Mavericks @ The Jefferson Theater
Sep 3 @ 7:30 pm

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VIP Tickets Include:
-Soundcheck Party
-Early Entry
-Commemorative poster

“It took life for us to get to this point – Everybody was so free. From the first notes, it sounded like an explosion of sound; we went where the songs took us with a singularity of purpose.

We came in to make music as grown-ups, to make music as men.” – Raul Malo, lead singer of The Mavericks

The Mavericks are back. The country-steeped garage band with a Cuban American lead singer that had emerged from Miami in 1989 with their sultry debut that was equal parts innocence, intensity, and vintage influences has reunited in 2012 after an eight-year hiatus. Time has a way of melting when you’re busy living life – and two decades have passed since their polyrhythmic brand of post-modern country has given the world “All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down,” “Here Comes The Rain,” and “Dance The Night Away.” With their new album, time melts once again, and the band that defied definitions, blurred genres, and made everybody feel good is back. The “most interesting band in the world” has captured the infectious energy and robust sound from their live shows on their new Valory Music release In Time. Songs like “Dance In The Moonlight,” the Orbison-esque “Born To Be Blue,” the horn-punctuated retro noir “Back In Your Arms Again,” and the Tejano-esque “All Over Again” show that the Mavericks have once again found the way to make genre-defying soul music.

For Raul Malo, the lead singer with the rich supple voice that’s second to only Roy Orbison in its ability to convey lonesomeness, desire, and vivre; drummer Paul Deakin and multi-instrumentalist Robert Reynolds; as well as longtime collaborator keyboardist Jerry Dale McFadden and seasoned guitarist Eddie Perez, life has become richer in terms of experience, playing acumen, and a sense of their own musicality. It has also deepened the connection between them in a way that heightens the singular chemistry that made the Grammy-winning band one of the most exciting live acts in any musical genre.VIP Tickets Include:
-Soundcheck Party
-Early Entry
-Commemorative poster

“It took life for us to get to this point – Everybody was so free. From the first notes, it sounded like an explosion of sound; we went where the songs took us with a singularity of purpose.

We came in to make music as grown-ups, to make music as men.” – Raul Malo, lead singer of The Mavericks

The Mavericks are back. The country-steeped garage band with a Cuban American lead singer that had emerged from Miami in 1989 with their sultry debut that was equal parts innocence, intensity, and vintage influences has reunited in 2012 after an eight-year hiatus. Time has a way of melting when you’re busy living life – and two decades have passed since their polyrhythmic brand of post-modern country has given the world “All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down,” “Here Comes The Rain,” and “Dance The Night Away.” With their new album, time melts once again, and the band that defied definitions, blurred genres, and made everybody feel good is back. The “most interesting band in the world” has captured the infectious energy and robust sound from their live shows on their new Valory Music release In Time. Songs like “Dance In The Moonlight,” the Orbison-esque “Born To Be Blue,” the horn-punctuated retro noir “Back In Your Arms Again,” and the Tejano-esque “All Over Again” show that the Mavericks have once again found the way to make genre-defying soul music.

For Raul Malo, the lead singer with the rich supple voice that’s second to only Roy Orbison in its ability to convey lonesomeness, desire, and vivre; drummer Paul Deakin and multi-instrumentalist Robert Reynolds; as well as longtime collaborator keyboardist Jerry Dale McFadden and seasoned guitarist Eddie Perez, life has become richer in terms of experience, playing acumen, and a sense of their own musicality. It has also deepened the connection between them in a way that heightens the singular chemistry that made the Grammy-winning band one of the most exciting live acts in any musical genre.