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The Don’t Tell Darlings

Feb 8, 2011   //   by adminsara   //   Events  //  Comments Off on The Don’t Tell Darlings

The Don’t Tell Darlings


The Don’t Tell Darlings draw their music from a deep well of old-time, bluegrass, Western swing and early country, along with a healthy dose of Ms. Millie’s fine originals. Defying genres, their music can only be described as “a Depression-era mix tape”. Megan and Millie’s honey-sweet harmonies meet with Old Man Kelly’s fiddle on fire and Lew’s bass-thumping rhythm for a classic old-time instrumentation that is anything but traditional. The Darling’s sound is characterized by harmonies so sweet, your teeth will ache, and a penchant for songs that let everybody know: these girls will fix your wagon, and that’s a promise.
Millie Ammirati: vocals, banjo
Lew Burrus: upright bass
Liam “Old Man” Kelly: fiddle, resonator guitar, pedal steel, washboard
Megan Rose Orwig: vocals, rhythm guitar
Here’s the link to the rave review from the blog, “Red Eyed Rooster”

The show starts at 8pm/$7.

Open Mic Night

Feb 8, 2011   //   by adminsara   //   Events  //  Comments Off on Open Mic Night

Open Mic Night
If you’ve got a talent, we’ve got a stage.

Signup begins at 7:30pm.

The Stump Skunks

Feb 8, 2011   //   by adminsara   //   Events  //  Comments Off on The Stump Skunks

The Stump Skunks
Bill Staton and Mitch Russell are the Stump Skunks, an extremely well-versed duo with a repertoire spanning everything from country to revamped indie pop-rock to original folk and americana. 

Naughty Dynamic & the Design

Dec 13, 2010   //   by admin   //   Events  //  Comments Off on Naughty Dynamic & the Design

Title: Naughty Dynamic & the Design
Description: Naughty Dynamic & the Design brings us a soulful, powerful mix of covers and originals ranging from modern rock to r&b, funk, and soul. Powerhouse female vocals and an irresistible groove and beat bring the sound into an unstoppable force that, whether delivered acoustic or electric, pulls you inexorably into the rhythm.

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The show starts at 8pm/$5.

Buy your tickets at the door or reserve your spot now by clicking below:

Date: 2010-12-17

Annual Holiday Celebration

Dec 12, 2010   //   by admin   //   Events  //  Comments Off on Annual Holiday Celebration

Title: Annual Holiday Celebration
Description: Our annual fundraiser for Rapunzel’s Further Ado Foundation, the 501(c)3 organization responsible for everything that happens on our stage (and around it.) Proceeds help with music licensing fees and operating costs–help keep live music in Lovingston!


  • Adrienne Young
  • Eli Cook
  • Byron Massie
  • Andy Waldeck & Jenn Rhubright
  • Gene & Gayla Mills
  • The Pitch-a-Biscuit String Band
  • Jim & Carol McAvoy
  • The Stump Skunks
  • Erin James
  • Willie Kirschbaum
  • Fata Morgana Bellydance
  • Bent Theatre Comedy Improv
  • Junior Moment
  • Blue O’Connell

…and more!

The show starts at 8pm/$10.

Buy your tickets at the door or reserve your spot now by clicking below:

Or, be there in spirit–donations are tax-deductible!
Start Time: 20:00
Date: 2010-12-18

Dallas Wesley & the Lost Highway Band

Dec 11, 2010   //   by admin   //   Events  //  Comments Off on Dallas Wesley & the Lost Highway Band

Title: Dallas Wesley & the Lost Highway Band
Description: From the spectacularly successful Live Arts production of “Hank Williams: Lost Highway”, Dallas Wesley and the Drifting Cowboys bring the music of Hank Williams to our stage. If you saw the performance, you know that Dallas does Hank as well as Hank himself. And, like us, you most likely left the show wanting more. We are very pleased to present Dallas Wesley and the “Drifting Cowboys” (Thomas Gunn, Bill Staton, Bahlmann Abbot and Jeffrey Justice) for an evening of nothing but Hank’s music.

“Just as Williams is described, Wesley (a Lynchburg-based singer-songwriter) has the dark, beady eyes Williams was known for, could easily “change clothes in a shotgun barrel,” and has the yodel to prove it. His Driftin’ Cowboys—Thomas Gunn on Bass, Jeffrey Justice on Fiddle, Bill Staton on guitar and Bahlmann Abbott on pedal steel—sound like the real deal.” —C-ville Weekly Review

The show starts at 8pm/$10.
Start Time: 8:00
Date: 2010-12-11


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