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Getting the Band Back Together: Y’ALL to Reunite

April 8, 2015 by


Y’ALL, the band that was born from the ashes of local favorite the Invisible Hand, dispersed and scattered last year when songwriter Adam Wolcott Smith moved west to Seattle and guitarist/sound landscape artist Christian Smith moved north to New York City. Y’ALL’s other half, Adam Brock and Jon Bray, are still making music and mischief […]

Local Musician Check-in: Adam Smith

March 26, 2014 by


For Adam Smith, music is life. On any given day of the week, you are likely to catch this curly-headed man taking in a show at the Tea Bazaar, DJing a dance party at Mono Loco, or opening for a national act at The Jefferson with one of his many projects. Given all the musical […]

Local Musician Check-in: Rob Dobson

February 5, 2014 by


Rob Dobson is no stranger to the Charlottesville music scene. You may remember him (fondly) from the now defunct Fire Tapes, who disbanded suddenly after the release of their acclaimed sophomore LP Phantoms, leaving fans and critics alike in disbelief. Now Rob has turned his attentions to a couple of new projects, one of which is the reincarnation […]

The Jefferson Theater: 100th Birthday and Free Show

October 18, 2012 by


You’ve probably heard a lot about the Charlottesville music scene, but it bares repeating how blessed we are as a city to have such a vibrant and productive music scene here in what geographically seems to be a place where it wouldn’t exist. It used to be New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Nashville, and Austin, […]