Modern music has always been about the interface of melody, personality, and technology. Folk music, however, tends to be thought of as a less tech-reliant form. Graham Whorley, a native small-town Virginian who has risen to international acclaim, is a guitarist and songwriter who has made a name for himself by embracing technology, specifically digital looping effects that allow him to accompany himself in ways that are both surprising and strangely familiar. You can hear selections from his latest album, 2016’s Cover Your Head Vol. 2, by clicking here. And you can witness Whorley in action live on the stage at the Glass House (1019 Jefferson St.) this evening at 8:30 p.m. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and tickets for the 18-plus show are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Click here for more info or call (434) 544-1176.