• Live Music: Cedar Creek

    April 21st 2018, 9pm

    Uptown Alley • 6101 Brad McNeer Pkwy • Midlothian, VA 23112

    Cedar Creek is a CMA (Country Music Association) group that has been wowing the crowd for many years. Original country, Top 40 country and classic rock stream the airwaves at each performance. Voted top country band for numerous years in Maryland and Virginia, Cedar Creek does not disappoint. They have had 4 singles spun on small market radio, medium market radio, internet radio and overseas radio in the past 7 years which are “Wind Me Up”, “Here’s to You”, “The Jerk” and “Defenseless” and each has won various awards for writing and/or air play. Versatile with their music, Cedar Creek can play anything from The Beetles to Jason Aldean to The Eagles to Kenny Chesney to Styxx and a whole lot more. 5 musicians, 5 vocalists and 1 amazingly good time at every performance! Cedar Creek

  • Live Music: Harley Boone

    April 27th 2018, 9pm

    Uptown Alley • 6101 Brad McNeer Pkwy • Midlothian, VA 23112

    Harley Boone, authentic Country music and down-home good time.

    Merging country, bluegrass, and rock elements into a sharp contemporary sound, Harley Boone is comprised of Megan Lynn Browning (lead vocals), Diane Hossinger (fiddle and vocals), Derek Hurst (guitar and mandolin), Lee Roy (bass and vocals), Adam Hamil (guitar, pedal steel, accordion, banjo, harmonica and vocals) and Bubba Farmer (drums). The group officially formed in the Spring of 2013 opening for Justin Moore; although, the group had been singing together at home and in various configurations and bands since their childhood years in Richmond, VA. Megan Lynn, blessed with an expressive and fiery vocal style, joined and fronted her first band when she was 18 years old and persuaded her talented friends to join in on the hoedown eventually! All six still sing together at home, though, perfecting their four to five-part harmony style and occasionally writing songs. Influences include Alabama, Garth Brooks, Little Big Town, Dolly Parton and Waylon Jennings. Harley Boone, a down-home good time.

  • Frisky Friday With Damian Allen

    April 27th 2018, 6pm

    Uptown Alley • 6101 Brad McNeer Pkwy • Midlothian, VA 23112

    From fronting for acts DNA RVA (original rock) and Triple Threat (dance-able rock/pop from the last three decades) to voicing the Layne Staley component of regional venue act Layne’s Chains: A Tribute to Alice in Chains, Damian Allen brings the passion of your favorite vocal artists, as well as some of his own flavor, to each and every performance he gives in metro Richmond, the Tri-Cities and beyond.

    Allen’s solo acoustic request performances feature a catalog of 300+ songs from which the audience picks the sets for the night. Covering everything from Imagine Dragons to Stevie Wonder, Jimmy Eat World to Led Zeppelin, and Stone Temple Pilots to Sublime, he always keeps the party going wherever he performs.

    In addition to his career as a performing artist, Allen can be found on several television programs as a feature artist and principle player. His first love in the arts world, however, has always been music.

    “Their are few gifts from the Creator that touch the soul and speak directly to the human condition like the incredible medium that is music, and I’m so grateful to share it with all I’m blessed to meet!” – Damian Allen

  • Live Music: Flat Elvis

    April 28th 2018, 9pm

    Uptown Alley • 6101 Brad McNeer Pkwy • Midlothian, VA 23112

    It may sound like they’re Elvis impersonators or at least an Elvis cover band, but they’re not. Instead, they’re a group of musicians dedicated to having fun, and making sure you do too, by taking you on a rock tour through the decades. So, what’s up with the name? Simply put, there used to be this cardboard cutout…of Elvis…it was flat…the band needed a name…people liked the name. However, the cardboard likeness of the King has left the building, but they kept the name, so there you go.

    Richmond, Virginia’s own Flat Elvis… …could be Presley…could be Costello…could be Crockett’s ‘gator from Miami Vice…who knows