We’re bonding with family, sending kids back to college or grade school, savoring the waning days of summer. We’ll see you 10/1/17 at Hill Center for its annual Family Day (if not before; got a couple potential gigs cooking that might pan out…)
We’re coming back to support the wonderful Americana artist Christian Lopez. Check out his record, DOWN BY THE DROWNING CREEK. Doors at 7:00pm. Tickets are here.
We’ll be performing at this event marking 150 years since the Old Naval Hospital opened. At this show we will be debuting a song commissioned for the occasion about a young sailor who was treated at the hospital. More information to come – including the specific time of our performance – as the date draws nearer.
A return engagement at the Civil War landmark with the pink facade, where South Lee meets Prince Streets. Tickets are on sale now here.
Hey gang: We’ll be on the Cuddle-Up Stage at 2:15pm on June 4. Hope to see you there! (P.S. Here is the full two-day schedule of performers for this premiere Washington event.)
Back to one of the most beautiful, most spooky spots on the Hill: Congressional Cemetery! The show’s at 8pm, but come early to purchase a glass of wine (in front of the chapel where we’ll be performing) and do a little gravespotting as you sip. Tickets can be bought here; walk-up tickets are possible, but not guaranteed. Had to turn folks away last fall when we debuted here.
Hooray! Man, this festy only gets better each year due to the very hard work of the many volunteers of the Folklore Society of Greater Washington who make it go. Watch this space for more details; we’ll be able to share a specific date and time soon.
Coming right up: we open for Grand Ole’ Ditch at the best little venue in Georgetown.