Flor De Toloache | July 12 at 6 PM
Latin Grammy®-winning, all-female group, Flor de Toloache mixes tradition and innovation, breaking boundaries with their edgy, versatile, and fresh take on traditional Latin American music. Their diverse ethnicities and musical backgrounds transcend culture and gender by forging new paths. The group has graced international stages from Mexico to Japan and has extensively toured the USA and Latin America.
Aaron Lee Tasjan | July 19 at 6 PM
Grammy-nominated songwriter, and Interstellar Pop recording artist, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Nashville’s own synth-glam-rock-indie stalwart, is putting the finishing touches on his new album Interstellar Pop due out in early 2024, a striking collection of hyper pop, indie rock, 80s synths and angular guitars. With his trademark sardonic wit, Aaron Lee shares poignant self observations and reflections on the world at large, that are a clarion call and safe space for anyone who has been made to feel other.
Phillip-Michael Scales | July 26 at 6 PM
Dive Bar Soul
Phillip-Michael was born in Michigan, forged in Chicago, and now lives in Nashville, TN. He grew up with B.B. King calling him “nephew” and calls his music “Dive Bar Soul,” a blend of Indie Rock storytelling and the passion of the blues.
Kuf Knotz & Christine Elise | August 2 at 6 PM
Hip Hop / Soul / New Age
MC/ Poet/Songwriter Kuf Knotz and Classically trained Harpist / Vocalist Christine Elise. The unlikely pair connected and built a musical bond with a similar vision, wanting to create positive, forward-thinking music mixing 90’s inspired hip-hop with classical harp and Soul.
Cinémathèque | August 9 at 6 PM
Surf Rock / Jazz / Exotica Dance
Cinémathèque is a surf rock, exotica dance band that comes to life with unique world rhythms and familiar themes on guitar, keys, bass, drums, horns, and aux percussion.
Twisted Pine | August 16 at 6 PM
Indie Folk / Jazz / Bluegrass
A lively grab bag of star players making music described as sheer pop glory, funky all day grooves, and spacecraft sonics.
No Show Scheduled for Wednesday, August 23
We will be taking a break on Wednesday, August 23 to prepare for JMU’s Block Party event on Saturday. We will see you the next week!
Rebecca Frazier | August 30 at 6 PM
An American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, bluegrass musician and educator from Virginia. Also a recognized flatpicking guitarist.
Certainly So | September 6 at 6 PM
Certainly So is what you get when four long-time friends and musicians form their “dream team”; sparking the birth of a new quartet. The band’s common influences paired with the unique taste of each member has helped create music that is reminiscent of your favorite bands, while sounding completely new and exciting. Certainly So released their first collection of songs in March 2021, a full-length album titled “Future Self Only Dreams”. The band released another Mini-LP “Dreams of Green” on July 1, 2022 that proves to listeners that the group is genre-fluid, and won’t corner themselves when it comes to what’s next.
Larry & Joe | September 13 at 6 PM
Venezuelan and Appalachian Roots
Larry & Joe play a fusion of Venezuelan and Appalachian folk music featuring the harp, banjo, cuatro, fiddle, maracas, guitar, upright bass, and vocal harmonies. Their program incorporates bilingual (eng/esp) story- telling, humor, audience participation.
J & The Causeways | September 20 at 6 PM
Soul / R&B
A band that finds itself mentioned in the same breath as the likes of St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, and The Marcus King Band — all modern-day entities of passion and purpose, each summoning the pulsating, endless energy of soul/R&B music.