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Update from DMH: Summer Break

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…)

June 3 (or 4), 2017: Washington Folk Festival

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.

About last night…

What a total blast we had at Gypsy Sally’s!

February 19, 2017: Gypsy Sally’s

Coming right up: we open for Grand Ole’ Ditch at the best little venue in Georgetown.

February 10, 2017: DMH at The Pinch

Come on out to our first show of the year! Lots of neat bands in this lineup.

So Long, Belinda

Hello all! Belinda’s going on hiatus from DMH, but she will be playing our 12/4 show. More here.

Marcy moonlights at Jammin Java next week…

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.

Over Her Dead Body…

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.

A couple of Februaries ago, we were standing around outside…

…with no coats oh, in Annandale, Virginia. A far cry from this year! DMH017

Photo by the lovely and talented Sandra Eminger of Three Continents Photography.

Hold the date: March 10, 2016

We’re coming back to the Athenaeum in Alexandria, Virginia to perform a special program tied to the launch of “Mercy Street,” the new PBS show that looks at life in a Civil War hospital. Watch this space for more details!