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The Violent Femmes and Echo & the Bunnymen come together at The National July 23. more

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Georgia-based rock band Bit Brigade performs “The Legend of Zelda” at Gallery5 on April 11. more

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Sister Rosetta Tharpe invented rock ’n’ roll, but it wasn’t enough for Richmond — her chosen home for a decade — to remember her. more

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Hannah Wicklund & The Steppin Stones rock The Camel Jan. 27. more

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The pianist gives Billy Joel’s hits a classical touch in a Jan. 27 performance with the Richmond Symphony. more

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Former Richmonder and gospel singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe is among the 2018 inductees to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. more

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Pere Ubu hauls its “avant-garage” sound to Strange Matter Nov. 15. more

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L.A. Witch is the all-female psych-rock band you've been waiting for. more

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Strange Matter welcomes Ted Leo and the Pharmacists Oct. 23. more

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Health issues halt the rock trio's Tonnage Tour. more

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The Foo Fighters return to Richmond with a concert at the Coliseum Oct. 14. more

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Onetime Richmonder Sister Rosetta Tharpe is among the 2018 nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. more

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The New Stew pays homage to Bill Withers live at Capital Ale House Richmond Jan. 27. more

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Rev. Horton Heat brings his “Full Custom Gospel Sounds” to The National on Dec. 9. more

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The completely legal graffiti/sculpture exhibition “Wastedland 2” is on display at Gallery5 in Jackson Ward through Nov. 26. more

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As Richmond musicians gain national play, those working in the music industry here say it would take building a stronger support system to lift the city’s profile. A few entrepreneurs are aiming to do just that. more

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KISS rocks the Richmond Coliseum Sept. 9. more

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Hard Working Americans performs live at Lockn' Music Festival this Saturday, Aug. 27. RVA native and bassist Dave Schools speaks on HWA's latest album, their distinct sound and the band's pretty boys. more

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