($10)

Fans have often compared their sound to riding through the desert with the top down, or the feeling of being in some lonesome smoky bar off the side of an abandoned highway, or music from a Spaghetti Western.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

“ Although he may be an obscure name outside of his immediate area, Domenic Cicala is more than worth a spin for anyone with an affinity for country, folk, Americana and rootsy sounds. ” – Dave Strkyer: Take Effect

($12 Advance/$15 Day of show )

From the mountains of West Virginia comes a band that reflects the best of their Appalachian heritage while creating songs that move bluegrass forward.

($12 Advance/$15 Day of show )

A genre jumping string band with various backgrounds ranging from bluegrass, country, rock, to funk, Into The Fog creates a musical melting pot of sounds in an acoustic/newgrass setting.

($15)

“With their phenomenal improvisations, stellar catalogue of originals, and genre-bending cavalcade of covers, The Woodshedders’ impressive stage work has made them one of the most loved bands in the D.C. area.” –Roots Renaissance

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

“The quick-fingered Jason Ring is known as a man who can jam hard on anything with strings. Known as a one-man, country-bluegrass-blues band, Jason Ring improvises fiery, intricate loops on the guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro, & bass.”

($12 Advance/$15 Day of show )

Darrin Hacquard writes songs that connect. He’s funny, tortured, melancholy, and joyous. Sometimes he’s all of these at once. It’s an uncanny gift for empathy. He can see characters for not just what they are, but what they hope to be.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

“The quick-fingered Jason Ring is known as a man who can jam hard on anything with strings. Known as a one-man, country-bluegrass-blues band, Jason Ring improvises fiery, intricate loops on the guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro, & bass.”

($35 ticket includes party favors and champagne for guests)

This is a “Limited-Seating Event”- “Island-infused drum n’ bass gospel ninja soul” – or described as soulful rhythm and blues, with flavors of Al Green, Taj Mahal and Stevie Wonder emerging in the swells, changes and modulations of the music.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

“The quick-fingered Jason Ring is known as a man who can jam hard on anything with strings. Known as a one-man, country-bluegrass-blues band, Jason Ring improvises fiery, intricate loops on the guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro, & bass.”