• Taarka stop by WTJU, Jan 20

    Described by San Francisco Weekly as a “collision of Django Reinhardt and David Grisman,” Colorado quartet Taarka will stop by the WTJU studios this Friday afternoon, at 4 (est) for a live performance in our lounge.  Later that evening, they will put on a concert at C’Ville Coffee presented by The Prism Coffeehouse in partnership […]

  • Small Town Rodeo on Lambeth Live, Jan 27

    Small Town Rodeo will put on the January 27 edition of Lambeth Live (heard each Friday night from 8-9 on WTJU), and you are invited to be part of the studio audience for this FREE concert broadcast! 350 Emmet St N, Charlottesville on ye olde GPS will get you to the large lot (do NOT […]

  • Seth Swingle plays banjo and kora on WTJU, Jan 13

    WTJU’s prodigal son, Seth Swingle, returns to Charlottesville for a Prism Coffeehouse concert this Friday, January 13, at C’Ville Coffee (details).  Seth will stop by the station that afternoon around 12:30 (est) for a visit to World Turning.  Rumor is Seth will bring along both some banjos and his kora, a West African 21 stringed […]

  • Michael Clem and Terri Allard on Folk & Beyond, Jan 5

    Michael Clem will stop by WTJU this Thursday afternoon, January 5, around 4:30 in advance of his full band’s concert this Friday night at The Southern (details).  Oh, and did we mention that concert is sponsored by WTJU?  Rumor is Mike might even play a few tunes. And then during the second hour of Folk […]

  • Old Man Luedecke stops by WTJU, Jan 8

    Multiple Juno award winning Canadian Songwriter Old Man Luedecke will stop by the WTJU studios Sunday afternoon, January 8, around 1 (est) for a visit.  Later that evening he will put on a concert at C’Ville Coffee presented by The Prism Coffeehouse (details).

  • Terri Allard on WTJU, Jan 5 and 6

    Charlottesville Inside Out host and producer Terri Allard will stop by the WTJU studios twice during the first week of 2017 in advance of WHTJ’s 10th Anniversary Concert & Celebration at The Paramount Theater, happening Wednesday, January 11. The evening’s entertainment will range from Jazz, Americana, African Drumming, Folk, and Rock, to Classical, Samba, and […]

  • WTJU Folk (World): Goldfinger Best of 2016

    Goldfinger hosts Reggae Vibrations each Saturday afternoon from 12-2 (est). “Not arbitrarily rated. They all said something.” (Artist. Album or Single, [Label) Mighty Joshua (w/Corey Harris), Clean Hands (single), [Stable Roots] The Frightnrs, Nothing More To Say, [Daptone] Jah9, Bloody City (single), [VP] Dr. Dubenstein, Conspiracy Theory, [Big D Productions] Buddha Council, (re)Considered), [self] John […]