Join us for Karaoke every Wednesday night starting at 10pm
Fri Mar 1st Justin Craig-jazz guitar
Sat Mar 2nd John Hildreth-solo guitar
Fri Mar 8th Justin Craig-jazz guitar
Sat Mar 9th Flip Shoemaker-jazz guitar
Fri Mar 15th Justin Craig-jazz guitar
Sat Mar 16th Furious Jones-local singer songwriter
Fri Mar 22nd Justin Craig-jazz guitar
Sat Mar 23rd Jazz with Wine & Roses
Fri Mar 29th Justin Craig-jazz guitar
Sat Mar 30th Kevin Vandyke-local singer songwriter
Music is from 6 to 8:30 pm. No cover; tips are appreciated.
Fri Mar 22 Bobby Parker, singer/guitarist, playing cozy folk music, blues and ragtime on 6- and 12-string guitar
Sat Mar 23 Kirsti Kaldro, Celtic harp, playing an eclectic mix of folk, classical & popular music
Fri Mar 29 American Roots, vocal & guitar duo specializing in “roots” tunes including blues, swing, & tin-pan alley
Sat Mar 30 Benjamin Slaughter, piano; blending jazz, Latin, pop, and R&B into his own style
Fri Apr 5 Ed Bridge & Dr. John Hassler, classical guitar duets
Sat Apr 6 Chris Spradling, singer/songwriter performing a large range of musical styles from standards to originals on guitar and piano
Fri Apr 12 Ebru Bish & Renate Kehlenbeck, guitar duo, playing classical and Spanish guitar music
Sat Apr 13 Leslie Brooks,nsinger/songwriter playing 6 & 12-string guitars in diverse styles of popular music
Fri Apr 19 Joy Tru, singer/songwriter, performing acoustic indie folk pop originals and covers
Sat Apr 20 Kristy Karas & Rick Krajnyak, vocal and acoustic guitar, performing blues and popular songs
Fri Apr 26 Brian Peters, jazz and popular standards played on vibraphone in the style of a solo pianist
Sat Apr 27 Cole Massey, singer/songwriter, performing originals and covers on guitar and keyboard
An Evening with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 8PM
American Shakespeare Center presents Antigone
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at 7:30PM
Music in the Lobby: Jim Sharkey
Danú: "St. Patrick's Celebration"
Invasive Species: Trees as Victors and Victims
Zadie Smith, author
Meet the Author: Zadie Smith
Cultural Appropriation: Past and Present Voices
PostClassical Ensemble: "Deep River: The Art of the Spiritual"
Post-Performance Q&A: PostClassical Ensemble
Talk: "Creating Socially Engaged Art"
Talk: Negotiating Public and Private Lives
David Roussève/REALITY: "Halfway to Dawn: The Strayhorn Project"
Post-Performance Q&A: David Roussève/REALITY
Music is from 6:30 to 9:30 pm. No cover; tips are appreciated.
Fri Mar 1 Luke Williams, smooth vocals with a soulful touch on the piano
Sat Mar 2 Wine & Roses, standards and blues with vocals played by a jazz trio
Thurs Mar 7 - Sat Mar 16, no music due to spring break
Thurs Mar 21 Leslie Brooks, singer/songwriter playing 6 & 12-string guitars in diverse styles of popular music
Fri Mar 22 Kris Hale, performing classical, jazz and rock on solo guitar
Sat Mar 23 Joy Tru, singer/songwriter, performing acoustic indie folk pop originals and covers
Thurs Mar 28 Jared Stout, singer/songwriter playing a little bit of everything with his own SWVA twist
Fri Mar 29 RagTop, vocal and guitar duo, performing classics from the Great American Songbook to easy listening hits
Sat Mar 30 Brian Peters & Justin Craig, vibraphone and guitar duo, playing jazz and popular standards
Little Lawnmowers/Murder oui Wrote - Chill/Songs/Stories/Grooves
Speakeasy at Shesha ft. Friend of the Three
Glossolalia Presents: Open Mic
Kendall Street Company w/ The Orange Constant At 8 PM
Sons of Paradise At 9 PM
WAVE NITE 3.0 at Sycamore Deli
Flux Capacitor at The Sycamore Deli
Peoples Blues of Richmond
Amoramora At 10 PM
The Antecedents, Space Monkey, Whistler & more
March 10th: Justin Craig (4-7pm; music)
March 13th: Paint Night (6:30-8:30pm)
March 14th: Barry Young (7-10pm; music)
March 24th: Jeff Miller (4-7pm; music)
March 31st: Daniel Burton (4-7pm; music)
Blacksburg Community Band
PO Box 11482
Blacksburg, VA 24062
The ensemble is open to individuals of all ages and ability levels from the New River Valley and surrounding areas. No auditions are required and there are no dues or fees. Members volunteer their time and talents. Concerts are generally free so we can share music with the local community.
153 College Ave.
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Serving Blacksburg since 1974, Gillie's serves a variety of vegetarian & seafood specialties for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
210 Prices Fork Rd.
Blacksburg, VA 24060
A richly-varied menu of fresh, natural ingredients, wholesome sauces and flavorful spices.
211- B Draper Rd
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Offering a VERY large selection of great sandwiches, wraps, melts,and subs.
The Moss Arts Center
190 Alumni Mall,
Blacksburg, VA 24061
Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech transforms lives through exploration and engagement with the arts and creative process.