Hey gang: Our friend Steve Coffee (isn’t that the coolest name?) has developed a wonderful show with music and themes inspired by the Dust Bowl. RAIN FOLLOWS THE PLOW is coming to Jammin Java on June 2: check out the invitation link to get more details. Marcy will be sitting in with Steve on fiddle, and many other fine musicians will also take part.
This is super-cool, Deadheads: we’ve been hired by DC’s Pinky Swear Productions to present a play, OVER HER DEAD BODY, this summer during the Capital Fringe Festival. There are multiple performances planned for July at a couple of great DC venues.
We’ll have dates, times and more play info soon.
From 2:30-3:15, we’ll be on the Potomac Palisades stage of this wonderful, 36-years-and-counting free DC tradition. The WFF runs 12-7 both days and features hundreds of performers in multiple genres. Family-friendly as all get-out.
Here’s the link to our Facebook invite for the event. Let us know you’re coming!
This outdoor venue is new to us but has a long-established music series featuring all kinds of genres. We’re on at 6:30pm, weather permitting. You know how those summer storms can be!
More details here.
Thrilled to be coming back to one of the wonderful Northern Virginia venues where we got our start. Tickets at $15; children 12 and under are free. Doors 6:30, show 7:30. More details of the church’s wonderful Weekend Bluegrass Concert series here.
Photo by the lovely and talented Sandra Eminger of Three Continents Photography.
We’re tickled to have been hired to play this donors-only event in DC’s Capitol Hill, in a breathtakingly restored former Civil War-era hospital. Read about this remarkable building and its massive array of classes, lectures, performances and other cool stuff for everybody here.
Guys! We’re coming back to the WFF at gorgeous Glen Echo Park in Maryland. Don’t have the exact time slot as yet, but it’s going to be on Day 2 of the wonderful festy.
We’re excited to return to the Athenaeum on March 10 to present Speak, Sister: Alexandrian Women’s Songs and Stories of the Civil War. It’ll be us playing tunes of the day and several wonderful actors reading actual diary entries and letters written by and about women who watched the conflict unfurl before their very eyes.
Read more about the event here.