Mama’s Black Sheep & Christine Havrilla on Wild Women & Friends April 20

Catch Baltimore Based Mama’s Black Sheep and Philadelphia based Christine Havrilla in the Lambeth Lounge on Thursday, April 20th, at 11 am (edt) for a free hour long concert. 

350 Emmet St N, Charlottesville on ye olde GPS will get you to the large lot (do NOT use Lambeth Lane or Google Maps). WTJU is located between JPJ Arena and University Ave. Just park in the lower lot, and head up the stairs. WTJU is on the second floor on the central building.

Mama’s Black Sheep and Christine Havrilla are stopping by WTJU in the middle of their 5th annual SIRENS OF SPRING TOUR. The SIRENS OF SPRING TOUR is a 24-day, 17-city tour featuring female singer-songwriters. SIRENS OF SPRING started as a co-bill tour with Mama’s Black Sheep & Christine Havrilla, and has now grown to include other artists in select cities along the way. The artists will be sharing some songs, stories from the road, and details about the tour.

Mama’s Black Sheep is the soulful collaboration of singer-songwriters Ashland Miller (guitar/vocals) and Laura Cerulli (drums/vocals). Together, this duo creates a blend of hit worthy originals and covers with a unique spin. Each song allows you to travel with time, whether you’re swinging to Country, Rocking to Pop, Grooving to Soul, or swaying to the Blues; there’s always something to move your body and stir your soul!

Ashland and Laura, produce magical tapestries of songs, weaving energetic color and rich texture to create an infectious and lively conversation between guitar and percussion. This thought-provoking duo will tantalize your aural appetite, regardless of your musical taste buds, with a diverse blend of blues, soul, country, pop, and more by unapologetically dipping into the well of all music genres. It’s called soulful, poetic story telling with an irresistible groove. mamasblacksheep.com/

 

Christine Havrilla brings her “well-built, catchy, smart tunes” (Upstage Magazine) to audiences everywhere, touring nationally and utilizing the soft gritty texture of her vocals to express warmth and honesty listeners quickly embrace as well as her aggressive, raw, trash-style guitar playing and looping.

Christine’s current project is a series of “Live Session” volumes, with “Vol. 1- The Creamery Sessions”, “Vol. 2- The Sunset Sessions”, and “Vol. 3- “The Old Church Sessions” all available. Vol. 4 is coming in 2017 as well the making of a new studio album with the band to continue bringing her “Neofunkadelicfolkpoptwangrock” to fans everywhere. christinehavrilla.com/

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