Thursday, September 17, 2015
Early show--doors at 6pm, music at 6:45, at the Southern Cafe and Music Hall in Charlottesville. Electric duo Ned Oldham and Jordan Perry first, then steel-string finger-picker Daniel Bachman
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 12:14 PM
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Overlapping sets... music starts at 8pm... FREE... the best time of year for shows at the Garage! Andy says he's bringing a pedal steel player... And if it rains, it'll be sweet sardines with front row seats up in the Garage.
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 6:30 AM
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Ned Oldham and Jordan Perry with Borrowed Beams of Light, Friday 7 August at Crozet Pizza / Buddhist Biker Bar on the Corner in Charlottesville
A nice last hurrah before the University students come back. Electric guitar and vocal harmony duo of Ned Oldham and Jordan Perry opening for an era-ending (the era of Ray) Borrowed Beams of Light performance. Outdoor action, trees and sky, loud electric rock at end of quiet Elliewood Avenue.
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 5:54 AM
Sunday, June 14, 2015
I wanted to tell you about this show, but Sarah Lawson does a better job in the current issue of Whurk magazine. Jordan Perry and Ned Oldham on acoustic guitars playing traditional and unrecorded original songs at the Blue Ridge Swim Club. The show is free for members, which is what Jordan and I are; you can come as our guests, but the management might ask you for $15, the guest fee. It's a really nice place to cool down on a hot summer Sunday; shade, native plants, spring-fed pool 100+ yards long and ten yards wide. If the weather is iffy, good to check with the club to make sure the show is on.
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 3:20 PM
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Electric Guitar Duo Performance: Ned Oldham and Jordan Perry, Saturday 2 May 2015 -- Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 8:12 AM
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Ned plays an opening set at Nettles record release show on Thursday, 5 February 2014 at the Southern Cafe and Music Hall in Charlottesville. Vinyl fever: Anomoanon, Old Calf, and Ned Oldham vinyl records will be vended.
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 11:14 AM