“There is a sort of bliss that happens in our brains when we’re experiencing music that sounds good to us, and a way that we can feel a sense of release and relief from the stress of normal life.” – Emily Morrison, Executive Director
People & organizations that hold us together in tough times. “The Front Porch, Charlottesville’s beloved music school and performing space, wasted no time in pivoting to COVID-friendly programming.”
Tuning in at home: Alice Clair is a singular talent—one you’ll often find jamming with her psych-rock band The BLNDRS. The folk rock singer-songwriter performs for The Front Porch’s ongoing series Save the Music.
It’s tough to summarize Brennan Gilmore’s versatile musicianship. His current group Wild Common blends rootsy, folky, power soul. Those bluegrass and country leanings will suit him well when he teams up with mandolin virtuoso Andy Thacker for Save the Music.
Charlottesville Tomorrow interviews Emily Morrison about Save the Music, our live-streamed concerts series, as well as our virtual jam program during COVID-19.
Cville Weekly picks Save the Music Live Stream Concert at The Front Porch featuring Ti Ames and Ivan Orr as their arts pick for the week. Saved by song: If anyone can Save the Music, it’s Ti Ames (vocal teacher at The Front Porch) and Ivan Orr.
Cville Weekly interviews Front Porch Executive Director, Emily Morrison, as well as other local venue owners about the future of live music at their establishments with COVID-19.
Sunday, 5.10 at The Front Porch, expect a dynamic mix of soul, funk, and reggae from Davina Jackson, a former backup singer for The Wailers, who will be joined for a live streamed concert by her son, rap artist Atreyu.
Emily Morrison and The Front Porch was featured in Cville Weekly’s story on small business entrepreneurs.