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Bill & The Belles

Bill & The Belles


Creekside Grass

Bluegrass and old-time tunes from Banner Elk, North Carolina.

Details: 8 p.m. Dogtown Roadhouse, Floyd. $3. 745-6836,,


“Song of the Mountains” TV show recording

With Moron Brothers, Mark Kuykendall, Bobby Hicks & the Asheville Bluegrass, David Davis & the Warrior River Boys, Scott Fore, Lillian Chase

David Davis and his band have just released “Didn’t He Ramble: Songs of Charlie Poole.”

Details: Lincoln Theater, Marion. $30, $25. 276-783-6092,,,

Bill and the Belles

With Dori Freeman

The headliner, from Johnson City, Tennessee, writes and records original songs in the style of early 20th century country. Freeman, from Galax, has a classic folk/country voice and two albums full of compelling originals.

Details: 7 p.m. Blue Ridge Music Center, Milepost 213 Blue Ridge Parkway, near Galax. $10. 866-308-2773 (ext. 245),,,

Americana Afternoon: The Rough & Tumble, Willie DE, Gate 10

The Rough & Tumble is a folk/Americana duo with its home on the road.

Details: Noon. Floyd Country Store, Floyd. Free. 745-4563,,,

Uncle Buck

With Barren Minds

Blacksburg trio Uncle Buck is set to release an album, “Back To The Roots.”

Details: 6 p.m. Fatback Soul Shack, Christiansburg. Free. 251-3182,,,

Twin Creeks Stringband

The latest Floyd Country Store old-time dance concert headliner had played Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, and the Old Fiddler’s Convention at Galax.

Details: 7:30 p.m. Floyd Country Store. $8.

Jan Britten Owen

Owen plays lots of Beatles tunes and other throwbacks, and has originals, too.

Details: 8 p.m. Dogtown Roadhouse. $3.

London Underground Wakeup Call: Chase Altizer

Altizer lists a variety of influences, including the Grateful Dead, John Denver and MGMT. How’s that for variety?

Details: 10 a.m. London Underground Pub, Blacksburg. Free (venue encourages donations to performers). 552-9044,,


Floyd Small Town Summer

With Amythyst Kiah, Music Road Co., movie “Wonder”

Southern gothic folk singing from Kiah, grooving, funky reggae from Music Road Co. and a movie to kick off a new Floyd tradition.

Details: 6 p.m. Warren G. Lineberry Park, Floyd. Free.,,

Thursday Jams: The Steel Wheels, with Sinners & Saints

Americana favorites The Steel Wheels curate the Red Wing Roots Festival, and whip up some strong music of their own.

Details: 7 p.m. (6:30 p.m. gate) Abingdon Farmers Market, Abingdon. Free.,,

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