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Friday, July 25, 2008

Toads Place - Updates

This Weekend...

Old 97's
The Cut Off
Sunday, July 27, 7:30PM
Gaining acclaim in the mid-90's, this alt-country band, fronted by solo artist Rhett Miller, was the answer to the post-grunge fad that swept America. Touring in support of their new album "Blame It On Gravity", released May, 13, 2008, they will be touring through The House of Blues, Nashville's famous Mercury Lounge and of course, Toad's Place of Richmond on July 27th, 2008. Joining the Old 97's is Sleepercar, with At The Drive-In vocalist Jim Ward, and the Cut Off.
Advance: $18 / Day of Show: $20

Hoots and Hellmouth
Prabir & The Substitutes
The Old Ceremony
The Hotdamns
Friday, July 25, 7:30 PM
Hoots & Hellmouth are like a rocking revival meeting from hell, playing their unique, raucus blend of southern bluegrass and gospel-inspired rock. The Old Ceremony, of Chapel Hill, Richmond's own Prabir and The Substitutes and The Hotdamns round out the bill to create a full night of true musical talent.
Advance: 10.00 / Day of Show: $12.00


Strange Design: Tribute to Phish
Wednesday, August 20, 8PM
Ever since Phish called it quits in 2004--in front of 80,000 people in Northern Vermont--their throngs of devoted fans have been longing to relive the experience that was "A Phish show." Strange Design is a new Phish tribute band that will be recreating full shows using actual set lists from over twenty years of Phish's history.
General Admission: $10

Shooter Jennings
Friday, August 22, 8PM
Singer/ Songwriter and Multi-instrumentalist Shooter Jennings' modern brand of outlaw country started at a young age. Son of singers Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, Shooter's early years were spent on his parents tour bus, where he was surrounded by music. He discovered rock and roll at age 16 and never looked back. On August 22nd, you can experience Shooter's raw talent first hand at Toad's Place Richmond!
Advance: $15 / Day of Show: $18

Pat McGee Band
Saturday, September 13, 8PM
Richmond's favorite son Pat McGee will be coming to rock Toad's Place of Richmond again with his group, The Pat McGee Band. Formed in 1995 in Farmville, VA while attending Longwood University, McGee distributed his first album, From The Wood by selling it door-to-door. Sure to bring an excited crowd, as always, The Pat McGee Band is not to be missed!

Advance: $15 / Day of Show: $18

New Found Glory
A Day To Remember
Four Years Strong
International Super Heroes of Hardcore
Crime in Stereo
Wednesday, October 1, 8:00 PM
New Found Glory is bringing their signature American pop punk sound to Toad's Place Richmond!. Joined by A Day to Remember, Four Years Strong, The International Super Heroes of Hardcore, Crime In Stereo, this full bill is one of the biggest shows at Toad's this fall!
Advance: $15 / Day of Show: $18

Jack Ingram
presented by K 95
Thursday, October 18, 7:30PM
Country music singer Jack Ingram will be making his Toad's Place of Richmond debut October 2nd, presented by K 95. Ingram's recent success's include tours with country superstars Brooks & Dunn, Sheryl Crow, Martina McBride, and Toby Keith as well as television appearances on Ellen, Fox, The CBS Morning Show and his own hour long special on CMT. Recently, Ingram was award the Academy of Country Music's "Best New Male Vocalist" honor. Come see what all the hype is about, and get your tickets early!
Advance: $15 / Day of Show: $18 Onsale 8/1

Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime
Scotty Don't
Friday, August 1, 8PM
Badfish formed in 2001 as a way for Sublime fans who never got to see the band due to the early death of singer Bradley Nowell. Badfish has since become a phenomenon of its own, selling out clubs across the country! This high energy show is sure to bring the house down, so get your tickets today!
Advance: $17.50 / Day of Show: $20

Coming up at Toad's Place!

Mike Gordon
Tuesday, August 5th
Phish singer and bassist Mike Gordon will be bringing his show to Toad's Place of Richmond accompanied by musicians Tom Cleary, Todd Isler, Scott Murawski and Craig Myers. Accomplished musicians, Gordon and his guests will be impressing fans new and old.
General Admission: $20

Mos Def
Thursday, August 7th 8:00 PM
Mos Def is one of a handful of artists who have breached the gap between underground and mainstream, music and film, small venues and main stage festival performances, and has done so with incredible success. Beginning with music in the mid 90’s, Mos Def found himself to be one of the primary hip-hop artists leading a charge from back alley rhymes to featured spots on radio and MTV. This is one performance not to be missed here at Toad’s Place of Richmond where we welcome Mos Def to our line-up “Where the Legends Play.”
Advance: $27.50

Little Texas
Remember September
Friday, August 8th, 8PM

The band’s four original members: Porter Howell (lead vocals & lead guitar), Dwayne O'Brien (vocals and rhythm guitars), Duane Propes (bass & vocals) and Del Gray (drums), have rebuilt the franchise with a completely new sound, and with the release of a new live album in '07 on their new label, Montage Records, they couldn’t be happier to be back and bringing fans what they do best.
General Admission: $20

The Silver Beats
Prabir & The Substitutes
Sunday, August 10th, 8PM
Japan's own tribute to the Beatles, The Silver Beats will be performing at Toad's Place of Richmond August 10, 2008. With over 160 early and late career Beatle's songs in the cannon, they truly provide the full effect of the legendary Beatles. Come experience The Silver Beats on their second trip to the States ever!
Advance: $10 / Day of Show: $12 Tickets


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