Tyler Childers with Saw Black at Brown’s Island 

Friday, June 1

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Melissa Stillwell

Tyler Childers

This week’s Friday Cheers should be a treat for country and folk fans — featuring Lawrence County, Kentucky-raised singer and songwriter Childers, whose rootsy album “Purgatory” was produced by Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson. He’ll be joined by one of Richmond’s finest singers and songwriters, Saw Black, featured in Style’s music issue this year. $5. Starts at 6:30 p.m. venturerichmond.com.

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