FOUR.GIGS.LEFT.Come say goodbye!March 24, Congressional Cemetery: 7pm-8pm OR 8:30pm-9:30pm. Tickets are here.March 29, Kennedy Center Millennium Stage: 6pm-7pmMay 5, Epicure Cafe, Fairfax, Va.: still figuring out exact start time
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 aContinue readingOctober 1, 2017: Family Day at Hill Center
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 premiereContinue readingJune 4, 2:15pm, Washington Folk Festival: Our Time Slot
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 frontContinue readingApril 8, 2017: Historic Congressional Cemetery
Guys, we plan to see 2016 out with a bang by playing one last gig at the most delightful little house concert series in the whole of Hyattsville, Md. It’sContinue readingDecember 4: Final Show of the Year
Join us in the Chapel for an evening of creepy tunes. Come early to enjoy an adult beverage; beer and wine will be available for purchase. Explore the final restingContinue readingOctober 8: Congressional Cemetery
With Pinky Swear Productions, we bring the celebrated new musical OVER HER DEAD BODY to the coziest little venue on Capitol Hill. More info about the Corner Store (steps fromContinue readingOctober 22: OVER HER DEAD BODY at The Corner Store
On a night when the stage is dark for Romeo & Juliet, OVER HER DEAD BODY is taking over! As part of the venue’s Happenings Happy Hour series, Pinky SwearContinue readingOctober 13: OVER HER DEAD BODY at Sidney Harman Hall: Forum