STOPOVER'S bringing two awesome festival alums back for a night of big, timeless rock ‘n’ roll.
J Roddy Walston and The Business were here in 2014, playing Stopover; don’t miss this chance to see their unbridled, Southern rock-steeped sound live and in person.
Heralded as one of the best live bands on the road today (hell, the Baltimore City Paper went as far as to say the band “make James Brown look lazy”), Walston’s like shaggy Wild West saloon entertainer, banging the piano with all his might, accompanied by greasy guitar licks and delicious, unforgettable hooks.
If you like T. Rex, Led Zeppelin, and a show where you just might get clocked in the head by a flying piano stool, you’ll wanna get down with The Business.
Richmond’s Avers spin a fuzzy kind of psychedelic pop—a perfect complement.
Friday, May 29, 10 p.m., $20 via ticketfly.com
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