The Atkinsons
Richmond, VA  |  Americana / Roots Rock
Members: Dickie Wood, Jeff Williams, Ricky Breland, Jamie Wood, Amanda Glover and Kris Krull

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The Atkinsons

Upcoming Gigs


 

The Atkinsons have a bunch of great shows lined up!  Please check out our calendar and we hope to see you there!!

 

 

March 9th

HARDYWOOD PARK CRAFT BREWERY

Richmond, VA

5-9pm

 

March 17th

CAPITAL ALE HOUSE

DOWNTOWN MUSIC HALL

St. Patrick's Day Celebration!!!

Richmond, VA

7-12pm

 

March 23rd

ANNUAL CHURCH HILL IRISH FESTIVAL

Church Hill, VA

time TBA

 

April 5th

VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

FIRST FRIDAYS

Richmond, VA

6-8pm

 

April 13th

THE BULL AND BBQ MUSIC FESTIVAL

AYLETT COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

Aylett, VA

6-7:30pm

 

 

 

Please check our calendar often for upcoming shows on our website and on Facebook! 

And if you haven't picked up "Mile Marker" yet, you can at any of our shows or on CDbaby.com!

And as always, thanks for your support!

 

The Atkinsons

 www.theatkinsons.us

www.facebook.com/theatkinsons

 

 



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"Top Albums from RVA 2011: #2. The Atkinsons – Mile Marker - 'This is the kind of alt-country album that sticks with you till the end. Great instrumentation, musicianship, and song structures, pristine recording.'" — Sarah Moore, Sounds of RVA

"Annual Music Issue Sounds of Richmond No. 4 - "When the Atkinsons guitarist Dickie Wood wrote his name on the chalkboard for the open-mic at Matt's Village Pub, little did he know that seven years later he'd still be performing with host and mandolin player Jeff Williams. The Atkinsons' new CD, "Milemarker," represents the last three of those years, which saw the roots-rock outfit playing shows just about every other week. Although this grueling schedule hasn't taken the band over dusty back roads or through sweaty juke joints, it sure sounds like it. And while there's still plenty of twang on the album, "You Could Go" represents its penchant for classic Southern rock 'n' roll."" — Mike Rutz, Style Weekly

"Sounds of RVA by Sarah Moore - "Richmond’s The Atkinsons have just released their second album, Mile Marker. The Atkinsons have been together for seven years, though, so they have had time to hone their sound and get any kinks out of their system. You might even say that along the way, the band has gone down certain roads, marking them as they go along. “Mile Marker follows its own path from the back roads to the highways that inevitably lead you back home.” The album tends to grow on you as you listen to each track. The Atkinsons meld a bit of alt-country (in the vein of Drive-By Truckers or Son Volt) with rock and roll, swing music, Texas Cajun and many more for a driving sound that is fast enough for dance halls and chill enough to do some laundry to. (click on link for more)" — Sarah Moore, Sounds of RVA blog


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