Posts Tagged ‘bluegrass’

Canadians at the Wingnut again! How does this keep happening? We welcome back Cud Eastbound, and 3 other performers to the Wingnut on Friday January 25th at 7pm

http://www.facebook.com/events/309547545823908/

Sober, all ages show

Local bands TBA, please get in touch if you would like to play. wingnut_collective (at) yahoo.com

2005 Barton Avenue – please check out our accessiblity and consent policies on our website.

This tour will be swinging back through Richmond on February 21st, please let us know if your space would like to host a show, or else, we hope to see you at the Wingnut again for an encore performance!

dryrottour

We recently got back from a Cross Canada tour to share Cud’s new album Furcula “Little Fork” and we are getting ready to hit the road again! This time down the east coast of the USA!

Poster Full Res. http://lostwarren.com/dryrot2013poster.jpg
Cud Eastbound – http://www.LostWarren.com/
Beyon/Forest Fire – http://forestfire666.bandcamp.com/
BitterFucked – http://bitterfucked.bandcamp.com/
Rodeo – http://wylieburp.bandcamp.com/

Video from the Canadian tour http://youtu.be/dd1V6chVZjY

Thank you all so much for the continued support! ♥

Don’t forget- there will be a bluegrass show tomorrow (Wednesday May 2nd) at the Wingnut!

Come out to see Love Banshee, Ben Shirley, David Morley, Joey Cook and Brandon!

Love Banshee is a seven piece country-ish band but are also influenced by garage, punk, doo-wop and jazz. You can listen to them here: http://www.lovebanshee.bandcamp.com

And you can come hear local Ben Shirley with his “log-splittin’, pig-shittin’ banjo”!!!

7pm. All Ages. Sober. Bring some money for the touring band/band merch.

2005 Barton Avenue. 804 300 0023 wingnut_collative [at] yahoo.com

Come out to the Wingnut Anarchist Collective for a Post-May Day show, featuring Love Banshee from Toronto.

Love Banshee is a seven piece country-ish band but are also influenced by garage, punk, doo-wop and jazz. You can listen to them here: www.lovebanshee.bandcamp.com

Local musician Pete Hamilton, who performs awesome bluegrass music, will also be playing this show!

And you can come hear local Ben Shirley with his “log-splittin’, pig-shittin’ banjo”!!!

7pm. All Ages. Sober. Bring some money for the touring band/band merch.

2005 Barton Avenue. 804 300 0023 wingnut_collative [at] yahoo.com

Local Richmond band, My Son the Doctor, has been added to the lineup for the Pre-May Day Show and Celebration at the Wingnut on Friday April 27th at 7pm.

Sober, All Ages show at 2005 Barton Avenue. (804) 303 5449 or wingnut_collective@yahoo.com for more

They will be joining Snail Party and Jake Mayday to help celebrate International Worker’s Day! Come ready to dance, screenprint a May Day patch with a design by Bizhan Khodabandeh, learn about other May Day events, and celebrate!

My Son the Doctor plays an eclectic mix of Eastern European, Balkan, and Mediterranean folk musics, with an emphasis on Yiddish, Hebrew, and Roma traditions. Klezmer dance tunes, Yiddish folk and theater songs, Israeli folk songs, Chassidic songs, Ladino songs, contemporary and traditional Roma songs, and Balkan pop—all with a high-energy approach with elements of rock, African music, and jazz.

The current line-up is:

Louis Schwartz: guitar and vocals
Allen Cole: clarinet
Cayman Mooney: accordion
Ken Kellner: guitar, bass, and vocals
Janine Turner: percussion and vocals
Dave Ellis: percussion

Railyard Ghosts are coming to play the Wingnut! Bluegrass/Folk Music – come hang out! 7pm on Thursday August 4th

Folk Punx. American Gypsies. Hobohemiosity. Or, The Story of How We Killed The Boss (And Lived to Tell the Tail).heathens of heirogamy. Bastards of Billy, Biyle and Bil-EH! Kings of Kruushna! Queens of Qrush-NAH!I summen thee from the depths of rusted iron! To “create” WORLD PEACE AND PRETTY FLOWERS!!! NOW!!!!!!!!!!!! and now, a word from our sponsors….. ~RYG (the poor beginnings of a shipwreck)

RabbitTail Abigail- Fiddle and Vox
Riley Coyote- Guitar, Mandolin and Vox
Lucash Snudbilly McCoy- ButGuckett
Will Tanner- The Spoons

All ages, sober, no door fee, but bring some money to donate to the band or buy their CD if you can.

Come on out to the Wingnut for our first show of 2011 on Thursday January 6th at 7pm. Alison Self, The Baltimore String Felons and You Will Never Guess Whats Going On will be providing the musical entertainment for the evening.

Alison Self is a Richmond favorite (returning at least temporarily to the city) playing ukelele and singing amazing blues/roots music.

Baltimore String Felons are a blue grass inspired 4 piece band from baltimore (duh)

You Will Never Guess Whats Going On is  a guitar/violin duet from the cave, playing ice hockey ballads…..

Wingnut shows are All Ages and Sober events. They are free, but bringing money to donate to the travelling bands is definitely encouraged.

If you enjoy folk music that includes ukelele, banjo, violin, guitar, mandolin,  spoons, tambourine,  dusty kick drum, and more, come Holler N’ Stomp at the Wingnut on January 6th.

http://www.myspace.com/alison

http://www.myspace.com/thefelonfamily

If you missed the bluegrass ad folk fun before, we have some of the same bands, plus some new playing at the Wingnut.
Good for dancing, with fiddle, banjo, accordian, guitar, washtub bass, washboard and MORE!!!

7pm, please bring donations for the band or money to buy their cds!!

Coaltown Noir
Zach Orion (of Casa de Chihuahua)
Gutbucket Bellowers
She Feels Like Pittsburgh
Meg Christenson

Sober, All Ages, Please be respectful of the Wingnut and our neighbors

Come to the Wingnut on April 24th at 7pm (after the Earth Day Celebration in Battery Park) and listen to some awesome bluegrass/folk/local music from:
Here’s to the Long Haul
MonsterGirl
and TBA!

Sober, All Ages, No Cops Allowed.

Playing both contemporary and traditional mountain music, Here’s to the Long Haul is born of the historic and ongoing movements for justice in Appalachia and beyond. Willie Dodson and Joe Overton first met and played music in Southern West Virginia in 2006 at the second annual Mountain Justice Training Camp, a gathering of folks working together to fight mountaintop removal coal mining (www.mountainjusticesummer.org). (more…)

Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Time:
8:00pm – 11:00pm
Location:
The Wingnut

Come on out to the Wingnut to listen to some bluegrass and folk music, including :

Opening: The Gutbucket Bellowers- an old time string band
The Moonlighters, Coaltown Noir, She Feels Like Pittsburgh, and TBA.

Bring some money to donate to the travelling bands.

Sober, all ages show, like all Wingnut events.

CoalTown Noir- http://www.myspace.com/theramblingwizards

The Moonlighters-www.myspace.com/moonlightersny

She Feels Like Pittsburgh- http://www.myspace.com/shefeelslikepittsburgh