TONIGHT is a night of weekly gigs…

February 25th, 2014 · 2 Comments · By

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With no real blockbuster show in the next few days, I wanted to put up a few of the weekly gigs predominantly happening on Tuesdays. First up: Red and The Romantics at Durty Nelly’s over on JPA. Hear the Blue Ridge’s response to Nat King Cole, starts at 10pm, no cover.
Second up, Charlottesville’s most-known about weekly gig, Gypsy Jazz at the C&O with Rick Olivarez Trio: Olivarez is a gypsy jazz wizard and these fellas have been laying it down for years. It’s the most packed on house on Tuesday nights, but for a reason. If you can find a seat, take it and you’ll be taken away, if only momentarily, to another more cosmopolitan time and place. 10pm till closing, no cover.
Third, Ragged Mountain String Band has a weekly gig at Whiskey Jar that happens tonight. Straight-up bluegrass situation. Not much more to say about that. Not sure what time it starts, but no cover.
Last, but certainly not least, but maybe not a weekly gig (definitely not a weekly gig), but certainly worth mentioning: Jamie Dyer plays some mean blues and appalachia tunes to get you feeling wistful or just not alone in the suffering. Jamie is a Charlottesville fixture and, little known fact, a genius. Seriously, no joke. Get that guy talking about financial theory and you’ll be wondering which screw you need to tighten to get him to get his life together. I absolutely love Jamie, who typically fronts Hogwaller Ramblers at Fellini’s on Sundays. His show tonight starts at 11pm and is no cover.

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