Buzzard Hollow Boys at Offbeat Roadhouse, Apr 19

Back on September 6, 2013, WTJU debuted its Lambeth Live concert series with the Buzzard Hollow Boys.  Coming up Friday, April 19, an all new Friday night series, Offbeat Roadhouse, kicks off from its new performance venue with the Buzzard Hollow Boys!

Come on out and be part of history.  For those unable to be part of the studio audience, you can listen over the air at 91.1 FM, and streaming at wtju.net/player.  We will also video stream it at WTJU’s Facebook page.

Offbeat Roadhouse will take place each Friday night from 8-9 (doors open at 7:30) from WTJU’s new performance venue, conveniently located at 2244 Ivy Road in Charlottesville (right next to Vivace Restaurant).  There is plenty of parking, so come on out to the roadhouse!

 

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