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Plenty of tickets are still available for Corey Smith on vclublive.com for his show @ The Vclub on 1.29.

The day of the show if you you present your Corey Smith ticket at Black Sheep Burrito & Brews you will recieve 10% off of your order (not valid with any other offers). Check out https://www.facebook.com/blacksheepwv for directions to the restaraunt.


Tickets are on sale at vclublive.com now for:

Taddy Porter / Filligar / Mad Anthony / Sly Roosevelt 2.1.13

Larry Keel & Natural Bridge / Hillbilly Carnival 2.9.13

Byzantine (CD Release) / Dea Face Down / Nation / Among The Dead 2.23.13

Iron Horse Bluegrass 3.20.13


Check below for other great shows!


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See you soon!



  Thu Oct 23 14, 08:00 PM
This Ain't No Disco, 90's Night, Feminasty, Feminasty
Tickets: $3    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 8 Show @ 10 $3 18+ $5 Liquor Pitchers, $3 32 oz PBR Draft Pitchers, and $10 Domestic Buckets! The 90s are coming back with a vengeance to the V Club. Prepare your acid wash jeans and best scrunchie to hear the sounds of... Charlie Brown Superstar - A man so epic he played all the best 90s jams the first time they were jams. Expect the best. Feminasty - Playing a mix of the hits and modern reworkings of every song you had your first slow dance to. This Ain't No Disco! is a weekly party at the V-Club in Huntington, WV. Featuring rock dj sets by Franklin Furnace and a revolving door of bands and musicians. ttps://www.facebook.com/ThisAintNoDiscoWV
PLAY Fri Oct 24 14, 08:00 PM
Sundy Best, Sasha Colette
Tickets: $10ADV $12 DOS    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 7 show @ 9 $10 Adv $12 DOS 18+ http://www.sundybest.net/home/ https://www.facebook.com/scmagnolias Sundy Best crafts music that re-imagines timeless classic rock of the ‘70s and ‘80s – think the Eagles and the smart, whiskey-voiced lyrics of Tom Petty and Bob Seger. With Nick on guitar and Kris on cajon, Sundy Best takes that sound, modernizes it in their own unique way by borrowing hints of country and bluegrass, to make it personal. Offstage, the pair are lifelong friends, college athletes and dog-lovers; onstage the musical duo delivers something wholly fresh and original, blending their best influences with personal music histories. “We set out to do this,” says Kris. “We write our songs, play and sing; it’s what we’ve done, it’s what we’ll do. We want to create something that will stand the test of time, like Seger or the Eagles. We don’t really have a standard genre. If people want to call us country, let them. But with Bring Up the Sun, you’ll get a really good sense of what we’re doing in our style of country music, and it’s got ‘70s classic rock sounds, with a little pop, rock, and bluegrass.” Sundy Best began as a high energy Lexington, Kentucky bar act. As kids coming up together in Eastern Kentucky, they played music in church and formed their own band in high school. “Growing up, my earliest memories are of my dad playing and singing, and listening to records with him,” says Kris. He played drums along with Dad, and the cajon remains his instrument – part of what gives Sundy Best its distinctive sound. All songs on Bring Up The Sun were recorded using cajon, no drums or cymbals. Nick recalls his mom playing piano. By first grade, he took piano lessons too, though practicing wasn’t his thing. “I remember my whole family played bluegrass at the holidays. I was shy growing up; I didn’t try to sing much.” Eventually, guitar became his love. Both athletes, Nick headed to Pikeville College for football, while Kris played basketball at Centre College in Danville. English major Kris read Twain and Melville when not on the basketball court; Nick started strumming guitar in bars. When his favorite football coach, a fellow musician, left the school, he gave Nick a parting gift – a real passion for live music. “He introduced me to the bar and pool hall scene in Johnson City. The musicians I met inspired me, I found myself writing music. My life took a new direction.” He’d play football on a Saturday afternoon, then head to an off-campus bar and play for four more hours. After college, Nick contacted his old friend Kris about buying some drums. He didn’t have any to sell, but Kris offered to come play drums with Nick and another musician. They jammed all night, revived a friendship and drank a few cold ones; the next evening they played their first gig. In August 2010, Nick moved to Lexington with Kris. The pair played patios while working for the cable company. November 2010 brought a life-changing performance at Redmon’s, the Lexington live music bar venue. There they coined the name “Sundy Best,” honed their performance skills and wrote music, as their incredibly enthusiastic fan base began to materialize. In the three years since, they’ve grown powerfully, defining their sound with solid lyrics and the powerful beats of throwback ‘70s rock influence. Now Sundy Best has a dedicated grassroots following from Lexington to Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry and beyond. In just a few short years, the long time friends have sold thousands of their self-released debut Door Without A Screen, which included a late 2013 re-release that pulled down nearly 5000 tracks in one week, played over 150 dates a year, have thousands of social media friends and have started the “kinfolk movement.” A movement that swiftly became the moniker for the growing number of fans that have amassed over the past several years. “Our fan base is solid and growing daily. They are part of our family and that is how we want it to be,” says Sundy Best. They take pride in their original material. “I think we’re going to make the best music we possibly can, genuine music from where the heart is, and see where we go from there,” says Kris. “We’re childhood friends, we grew up together making music, we still do it, and, you know, we’re pretty down to earth.” “Everything we’ve written is a true story,” adds Nick. “We are who we say we are. Our music is the real thing; it’s autobiography. We’re not trying to fit into a category or write the generic pickups-and-sweet-tea songs. Our music is real, it’s honest, and we’re trying to make something that’s relevant and influence others. “
  Sat Oct 25 14, 08:00 PM
Sweatband, Bask, Rat Ship
Tickets: $5    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 8 Show @ 10 $5 18+ https://www.facebook.com/sweatbandtheband https://www.facebook.com/basknc https://www.facebook.com/ratship
PLAY Thu Oct 30 14, 08:00 PM
Cory Branan, Tyler Childers
Tickets: $8 ADV $10 DOS    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 8 Show @ 9:30 $8 ADV $10 DOS 18+ http://corybranan.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tyler-Childers/157583907587807
  Fri Oct 31 14, 08:00 PM
9th Annual Halloween Freektacular W/ , Freekbass, Downtown King
Tickets: $10    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 8 Show @ 10 $10 18+ http://www.freekbass.com/ https://www.facebook.com/downtownkingmusic
PLAY Sat Nov 01 14, 08:00 PM
Qiet, Ford Theatre Reunion, The Allure, Kayla Maynerd
Tickets: $6    Age Limit: 18+
https://www.facebook.com/qietmusic https://www.facebook.com/fordtheatrereunion https://www.facebook.com/thealluremusic
  Mon Nov 03 14, 08:00 PM
Exhumed, Empure, Noisem, Among the Dead
Tickets: $10 ADV $12 DOS    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 7 Show @ 9 $10 ADV $12 DOS 18+ https://www.facebook.com/ExhumedOfficial https://www.facebook.com/NoisemBaltimore https://www.facebook.com/pages/Empure/136155233145973 https://www.facebook.com/amongthedeadband
PLAY Sat Nov 08 14, 08:00 PM
American Aquarium, Tyler Childers, Andrew Hankins
Tickets: $8 ADV $10 DOS    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 8 Show @ 10 $8 ADV $10 DOS 18+ http://americanaquarium.net/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tyler-Childers/157583907587807 https://www.facebook.com/AndrewHankinsMusic
  Mon Nov 10 14, 07:00 PM
Wolvhammer, Mortals, Hard Times BTL
Tickets: $8    Age Limit: 18+
Doors 7 Show @ 9 $8 18+ https://www.facebook.com/Wolvhammer https://www.facebook.com/mortalstheband https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hard-Times-BTL/172758012788716
  Tue Nov 11 14, 08:00 PM
Radio Moscow, Deadbeats and Barkers, Farnsworth
Tickets: $8 ADV $10 DOS    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 8 Show @ 10 $8 ADV $10 DOS 18+ https://www.facebook.com/radiomoscowband https://www.facebook.com/pages/Deadbeats-and-Barkers/342632037845 https://www.facebook.com/FollowFarnsworth
  Fri Nov 14 14, 08:00 PM
Chuck Prophet Official
Tickets: $10 ADV $13 DOS    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 8 Show @ 9 $10 ADV $13 DOS 18+ http://chuckprophet.com/
  Sat Nov 15 14, 08:00 PM
Grown Ass Folks, Razor N Tape    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 8 Music @ 8 18+ 100 pre-pay tickets at $10 will soon be available either from J.R.Clark directly or at the V-club. Entry before 10:00pm will be $12 Entry after 10:00pm is $15 So this is the one yall'!!! Live and direct from NYC we have the amazing Aaron Dae and Jason Kriv otherwise known as Razor N Tape. These two party starters have played to crowds big and small all over the world and Grown Ass Folks is happy to bring them to Huntington for a night of disco edits and house that will be sure to light a fire on the dancefloor. Not only have they put out their own amazing tracks on both Deep & Disco and Razor N Tape they have also put out amazing tracks by Late Night Tuff Guy, Satin Jackets, Ron Basejam, Frank Booker, and Hot Toddy. Obviously their taste in things that make you shake your ass is impeccable and with an inside line to the freshest tracks they have plenty of unreleased gems that you will only hear when the are on the decks. J.R.Clark will be opening up for these two starting at 8:00 so be sure to get there early to hear him warm the crowd up for Aaron and J!! Since this is a big show, we will be doing door pricing as follows: 100 pre-pay tickets at $10 will soon be available either from J.R.Clark directly or at the V-club. Entry before 10:00pm will be $12 https://www.facebook.com/GrownAssFolks http://grownassfolks.tumblr.com/ POSTS
PLAY Thu Nov 20 14, 07:00 PM
Hawthorne Heights
  Fri Nov 21 14, 08:00 PM
Jucifer, Horseburner, stations wv
Tickets: $10    Age Limit: 18+
Doors @ 8 Show @ 10 $10 18+ https://www.facebook.com/juciferofficial https://www.facebook.com/Horseburner https://www.facebook.com/stationsWV
PLAY Fri Nov 28 14, 08:00 PM
Mark Cline Bates    Age Limit: 18+
CD Release Show!
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