country, 10 p.m.
Richmond honky tonkers Andy Vaughan & The Driveline are on tour fresh from the release of their third album Sinners and Saints, a record that sheds light on how much the angelic and sinister really have in common. “There are good people out there who occasionally do bad things, and I’m one of them. I’m a decent person, but I’ve definitely screwed up,” says lead vocalist Andy Vaughan. While Vaughan’s father, a former singer, guitarist, and mandolinist, was a big inspiration for his son, the band is also strongly influenced by country greats like Buck Owens, Conway Twitty, and Merle Haggard. And though the country-music genre has strayed far from its simpler roots, Andy Vaughan & The Driveline is dedicated to keeping that tried-and-true traditional sound alive and well. —Teddi Aaron THURSDAY