Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Monday, December 3, 2012. I'll be playing solo. Doors are at 7, and I'll be on at 8.
The Southern is a nice place on the downtown mall in Charlottesville, VA.
It has a nice soundsystem.
You should be able to hear very well.
Please pass the word. Please come!
More exciting news about the premiere of the film I Used to be Darker tomorrow.
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 8:07 AM
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Old Calf will play at the amazing Blue Ridge Swim Club on Father's Day 2012: Sunday, June 17. If you've never been out to this 100-year-old, 100-yard long, spring-fed pool in Ivy, you're really missing something unique. You definitely haven't seen Old Calf in a while, as we haven't played a show since I don't remember when, and I'm not sure when we'll play again, though I hope it won't be as long as this last wait.
The show is free for members and $10 for non-member adults, and $5 for non-member kids. This is the second year that BRSC has been putting on Sunday evening shows as a perk for members and to attract potential new members; they have a limited number of memberships available, and last year they sold out before Summer's end.
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 4:55 AM
Monday, May 14, 2012
Last call for this one: Ned Oldham Electric Quartet featuring Matty Metcalfe on guitar, Brian Caputo on drums and Brian Chenault on bass, opening for Jonathan Wilson Wednesday 16 May 2012 at The Southern. Do yourself a favor and go to Jonathan's page and check out his songs. Then come down and buy the double vinyl album at the show. Doors are at 7; we're on at 8. Rok and Row!
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 7:46 AM
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
I'll be playing two sets with a trio of myself on acoustic and electric guitars, Brian Caputo on drums and Brian Chenault on bass at Maya in Charlottesville on Thursday 10 May 2012 from 9pm until midnight. It's a free show and an intimate bar atmosphere. Not too loud, but not too quiet either. Might have a special guest or two. It is a rockshow. Good food at Maya, too. Please Come.
Posted by Mr. Oldham at 12:53 PM