The McTell Brothers

The McTell Brothers

Apr 8, 2016 |  0 comments

The McTell Brothers have already played with and opened for some of the country’s top songwriters and guitarists from Nashville, Austin, New York and beyond – Kaki King, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Nicole Atkins, Jennifer Knapp, Elizabeth Cook, Amy Speace, Emily Wells, Devon Sproule, Eric Brace, Peter Cooper, Eric Taylor, The Spring Standards, The Black Lillies and others. They have played some of the top festivals and venues in the mid-Atlantic. It all started at the tender age of 7, when Jeff and Brian got their first guitars and started lessons. And by the ripe old age of 9 the fraternal twins were already playing in coffeehouses in their home state of Virginia. They bought electric guitars and started mastering the blues – despite not even being double digits in age, and years away from being able to hang out in bars. The twins play and sing acoustic and electric blues, rock, folk rock as well as their own compositions. Formerly touring as the J & B Blues...

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Stolen Rhodes

Stolen Rhodes

Apr 7, 2016 |  0 comments

Originally formed during 2008 in Monmouth County, New Jersey, Stolen Rhodes has a total of three releases to their credit thus far, 2009’s ‘From the Dark Side of 88’ EP, 2011’s ‘Falling Off the Edge’ full length, and this year, the aforementioned ‘Slow Horse’ EP. This is Stollen Rhodes playing along with the Marshall Tucker Band “The major memory I will take away from ‘Slow Horse’ is working with David Ivory,” recalls Haase. “Personally, I learned a lot about not necessarily how to write songs, but how to craft what I have written into a song. There are a lot of little things in the songs that we have written that the band never thought twice about, but after Dave heard them, he was coming back at us with new ideas. New arrangements. New, and most times more effective ways of delivering our music. Then I would go home and listen to a song on the radio, and I could hear some of the ideas that...

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Jonny Grave

Jonny Grave

Apr 6, 2016 |  0 comments

Jonny Grave is a guitarist, songwriter, singer, bandleader, teacher, musical historian, journalist, photographer, and Bluesman from Washington DC. Growing up in a very musical family, Grave was introduced to the sounds of American traditional folk music early on. At age fifteen he found himself learning slide guitar techniques from old Blues records, and by seventeen he was performing them live.   Show starts at 8:00 Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door.    

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Paint Nite

Paint Nite

Apr 5, 2016 |  0 comments

Raise your glass to a NEW kind of night out! Paint Nite® invites you to create art over cocktails at a local restaurant or bar, guided by a professional artist and party host. Grab your friends and spend two hours drinking, laughing, and flexing your creative muscles. There’s no experience necessary and we’ll provide all the supplies, so you don’t have to worry about a thing (except having a great time!). Must be 21+. Food and drink may be purchased at the event. The event begins promptly at the start time listed above. Please allow extra time to find parking and get settled. If you’re coming with a group (yay, how fun!) make sure you arrive early to get seats together. If you’re planning to eat dinner before the event, please inform the host/hostess that you’re with Paint Nite® and check in with us to reserve your seats. www.paintnite.com

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Pie-Eyed Preachers

Pie-Eyed Preachers

Apr 2, 2016 |  0 comments

PIE-EYED PREACHERS is an Irish-American folk rock group out of Philadelphia,                                             PA.  A band deep roots in the musical traditions of Ireland and the US, this is                                                       for those who work hard and play hard. Originally formed in Nashville, TN by Boston native Matt B. on vocals and guitar,                                             PIE-EYED PREACHERS blends traditional tunes with their own fun and often                                                   haunting originals, every song as unforgettable as the last. With decades of experiece                                       between them, they know how to put on an intriguing and enjoyable Founding member Matt B.’s voice was made for singing the stories of traditional                                  ...

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Damian Allen With Mother Theresa’s Mafia Duo to open

Damian Allen With Mother Theresa’s Mafia Duo to open

Apr 1, 2016 |  0 comments

Damian Allen is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and recording artist from Richmond, Virginia. As the frontman and lyricist/composer of hard rock bands DNA and Faultline, Allen’s impact has been felt in Richmond and beyond. After sharing stages in Faultline with national artists like Halestorm, Nonpoint, Apocalyptica, and All That Remains, and a 2012 U.S. tour with national recording artist Orgy, Allen went on to record his first solo hard rock album as DNA’s composer/front man, also serving as vocalist/guitarist for several other projects. Since 2013, Allen has open for national artists Fuel, Taproot, Red Line Chemistry and Corrosion of Conformity in the band arena, and in the past three years, has shared venues as a solo performer with renown acts the likes of Lou Gramm (Grammy-winning vocalist of Hall of Famers Foreigner), the Doobie Brothers, Blues Traveler, and many more. While working on new solo material, Allen can currently be found doing regional dates in his...

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