Posts Tagged ‘house shows’


Jessie Williams, Travis James, Ari & Her Banjo, and Adam & The Ancient Gods are coming to the Wingnut on Monday, September 19th at 7pm!

**Set the timers on your explosives carefully… you don’t want to miss The “You’ll Never Play This Town Again!” Tour! A filthy gang of tooth-bearing animals is boarding the Terror Bus and bringing music and unforgivable destruction to your city!**

We look forward to this show, as these folks are friends with our friends in Holy!Holy!Holy!
Travis James & The Acrimonious Assembly of Arsonists​avisjamesmagic
Jessie Williams & The Boozehounds
Ari and Her Banjo​pcircles666
Adam & The Ancient Gods​amandtheancientgods

Criminal Mischief/Story Telling!
– Anarchists Against The Wall
– Revolt Not Reform: Radical Contentions With Mainstream Organizing
– FBI Infiltration & Violent Resistance
– T.A.B. (Temporary Autonomous Bands, musical mob as protest)

More about their tour here:

This show is a free event, but donations for the travelling entertainers are encouraged.

This is a sober, all ages event.

The Wingnut Anarchist Collective is at 2005 Barton Avenue. We can be contacted at (804) 303 5449 or

The show at the Wingnut on January 6th was recorded by Mo, and now that recording is available for download on

The show was recorded in sections, by artist performing. Check it out!

This section has recordings of Rameysaurus and Alison Self:

And here you will find the recordings of the Baltimore String Felons and You’ll Never Guess What’s Going On:

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.

We started having shows in January, right about the same time Richmond Food Not Bombs started being cooked at the Wingnut. So far I think we have had about 4 or 5.

This past Saturday we were supposed to have a show, but the band didn’t show up, and we still haven’t heard from them. Luckily we are resourceful people and still had a successful evening by switching the plans and having a bonfire and cooking veggie dogs and listening to our friend Aeon Yahweh play acoustic guitar around the fire.

But this whole event made me realize I want to be more clear with bands about what we need you to know about shows at the Wingnut, and what we expect from you. So here is information that anyone who wants to have  a show at the Wingnut really should read:


Wednesday, March 31, 2010
8:00pm – 11:00pm
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-


She Feels Like Pittsburgh-