The Sycamore Deli is gone, but a new venue, The Milk Parlor, has opened at the site of that erstwhile sammich shop. A funk-rock band from Asheville, North Carolina, is on the bill.
New River Blues Society Blues Jam
With host band McFadden & Friends, Isaac Hadden
Roscoe McFadden blows a mean blues harp. Go sit in. And check out this story at roanoke.com/entertainment/music for a video of young Hadden jamming at Rooster Walk with Roosevelt Collier trio.
Friday Night Jamboree: Janet Turner & Friends, The Black Twig Pickers and more TBA
Some of the most popular jamboree acts in Floyd return to the country store stage.
Details: 6:30 p.m. The Floyd Country Store, Floyd. $12 seating, $8 general admission, $5 7-12, free 6-younger. 745-4563, floydcountrystore.com
Grand Ole Uproar
Rollicking country-folksters from Greensboro, North Carolina, have been hitting our part of the world frequently.
Roanoke blues-rockers take on Galax.
The Floyd Radio Show Season Premiere
With The Crooked Road Ramblers, Kelley & The Cowboys, Devon Sproule
It’s another season of the webcast-only radio show featuring songs, skits and other fun. If you can’t make it up to Floyd, listen live at mixlr.com/floyd-radio-show/.
Details: 7:30 p.m. The Floyd Country Store. $12 advance, $15 day of show ($90 season pass for all nine shows, plus reserved seating). 745-4563, floydcountrystore.com, crookedroadramblers.com, kelleyandthecowboys.com, devonsproule.com
This band of jam-rockers, founded in Floyd and transplanted to Asheville, returns home for a gig.
Details: 8 p.m. Dogtown Roadhouse. $5. buddhagraphspaceship.com