Calendar

Feb
12
Tue
JULIA KASDORF
Feb 12 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

After years of performance being a bass sideman, and co-fronting popular Loudoun County, Virginia band, One Horse Town, Julia Kasdorf gives us her solo album, “Motel”. The 11 (8 original, 3 covers) acoustic guitar-driven songs show how deep and wide Julia’s musical experience has been. Solidly Americana, with gleams of Motown, “Motel” shows us what its like to grow up loving rock ‘n roll in a bluegrass household.

Recorded over the course of a year at studio in the woods, “Motel” pulls together everything that Julia loves about music – flat top guitar, driving rhythm, a little soul, and visceral songwriting. Julia produced her own album and invited local legends Jon Carroll, Lynn Kasdorf on pedal steel, Mike Ault, Buddy Dunlap, and Gary Ferguson to help bring her sound to the acetate. “Somethings didn’t quite work out, and I painted myself into a couple of corners. There were times when I absolutely didn’t know what to do and wished like heck I had a producer to tell me!” she acknowledges “but I picked the right musicians and “Motel” kicks *ss, just like I wanted it to.”

Julia feared that the weak point of the album might be her singing. With the help of Les “Nitty Gritty Dirt Band” Thompson, she got away from the kind of pushy delivery she’d developed playing live shows, and found a way to just let the words slip out like honey. Julia was surprised and gratified by the results, having unexpectedly discovered a new gentle subtlety in her voice. “I knew that in the process of making “Motel” I’d learn a lot about myself, about what I wanted to say, about how I wanted to say it. After all the music I’ve learned and absorbed over the years, I thought something pretty cool might happen.”

Feb
13
Wed
RYAN WEBSTER
Feb 13 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Ryan is a musician from Dunkirk, MD currently attending Belmont University in Nashville Tennessee. He is one not to be missed!

Feb
14
Thu
NEW: INDULGENT SERIES • FUDGETASTIC
Feb 14 all-day

Indulgent Series
Fudgetastic

Chocolate Fudge, Almond & Coconut Imperial Stout

Welcome to the inaugural release of our Indulgent Series! Here we took a limited amount of our wildly popular Old Dominion Barrel Reserve Series and infused it with chocolate fudge, coconut, and natural almond flavors. These decadent additions beautifully compliment the already complex Imperial Stout with rich undertones of coffee, caramel, and chocolate.

Glassware – Snifter, $8

NEW: SAVAGE RIVER
Feb 14 all-day

Savage River • Double IPA

64 IBUs • 7.8% ALC / VOL

This resinous American IPA showcases Denali hops,
creating an exceptionally dank bouquet of ripened tropical fruit,
grapefruit flavors and aromas. Best Enjoyed Fresh!

DAN BARRY
Feb 14 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Dan Barry is a singer-songwriter who blends influences of rock, jazz, folk, and soul into a unique sound.

Feb
15
Fri
JON CRESSWELL
Feb 15 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Jon Cresswell is an indie pop singer-songwriter/ producer from Manassas, Virginia currently living in Los Angeles. This inspirational self-taught musician boasts catchy pop melodies, strong Hip-Hop/Pop style beats, and extraordinary instrumentation to achieve passion filled compositions.
“My music is about sharing my Joy… to reach out and touch someone’s heart with my music that leaves a lasting impression of love.”

His first official EP entitled “Gift Wrapped” will be available worldwide featuring his much anticipated single “For Myself”

FOR THE WIN
Feb 15 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm

For The Win is a party band from the Washington DC area playing a wide variety of Top 40, Pop, Rock, HipHop, etc for clubs, weddings, festivals, private events, corporate events, and everything in between. Fronted by the dynamic duo of Ryan Amato and Amanda Anderson, their electric stage energy, powerful vocals, and rapping skills never fail to impress and allow the band to play a wide range of material.

Feb
16
Sat
JAKE MIMIKOS
Feb 16 @ 11:00 am – 2:30 pm

The Internal Frontier is a polished indie/pop project emerging from the D.C. area that combines early mainstream rock and indie flavors to make a unique sound of its own.

EX’S AND OH’S
Feb 16 @ 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Rock…everything from Amy Winehouse to Led Zeppelin!!

SHAKE THE ROOM
Feb 16 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

STR Incorporates a blend of hit songs from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, 00’s and today that represents the band’s musical tastes while also appealing to a broad audience. They select music that is well-known but not overplayed, and tailor each performance to the venue and the audience on any given night. Their versatile catalogue, combined with their high-energy stage presence, makes every STR performance unique.

Feb
17
Sun
CHRIS TIMBERS
Feb 17 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

A Northern Virginia native, singer/songwriter Chris Timbers draws inspiration from soul music, contemporary jazz, blues, rock and country. A soulful, rootsy singer with early acoustic songwriting, Chris Timbers is presently gearing up for his freshman release as a solo artist.

WESLEY SPANGLER
Feb 17 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm

If ever there was a natural born entertainer, it would be Wesley Spangler. Rasied in Southern, MD, he now resides in Nashville, TN. For the past 10 years he’s been performing at various venues up and down the east coast. Known for his energy and antics on stage, Wesley brings his audience “into” his shows. His multi-instrument talent is showcased on several sings such as playing the fiddle in “Mountain Music” by Alabama. Over the past 10 years, Wesley has opened up for acts such as Rodney Atkins, Colt Ford, LoCash, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, and many more!

Feb
19
Tue
JOE BERNUI
Feb 19 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Joe Bernui is described as “Solo Acoustic”, playing mostly Rock cover songs and a healthy dose of originals too. Covers include mostly 70’s, 90’s and some millennials.

Feb
20
Wed
FRAN SCUDERI
Feb 20 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

For over 20 years, Fran Scuderi has been entertaining crowds from as far north as Denmark, to the tropical breezes of the Caribbean. Having regular engagements in Copenhagen, Bermuda, The Cayman Islands, The Virgin Islands, Colorado and Washington, D.C., Scuderi has been continually refining his unique ability to please a crowd no matter how big or small. Fran Scuderi “It’s not the size of the crowd that makes the gig,” he states, “it’s their willingness to become involved.

Having opened for Mary Chapin Carpenter, Johnathan Edwards and Hootie and the Blowfish, Scuderi is eager to climb the ladder of success. He is currently recording his new CD titled “It’s About Time”.

Feb
21
Thu
GREG BARRICK
Feb 21 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Greg Barrick and HydraFX (HFX) has been engaging audiences and changing the landscape of music since 2002. With their soulful blend of hard-hitting reggae/rock, extremely energetic live show, and inclusive party atmosphere…it’s no wonder why HFX has earned their spots in clubs and national festivals. Through nothing more than grass-roots, hard work, and determination, HydraFX has obtained a top 3 spot on NBC’s Star Tomorrow w/ David Foster, spins on local and National radio (DC101, Z104, 98 ROCK) and shows at RFK & M&T Bank stadiums! HFX shares the stage w/ heavy-hitting stars such as Fuel, Lit, Vertical Horizon, Jimmy’s Chicken Shack, Tantric, Ballyhoo! and Jackyl. Come witness a show like no other, and join the HFX family!!

Feb
22
Fri
BART HARRIS
Feb 22 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Bart Harris is the lead singer/guitarist for the band JunkFood. He has also toured as a guest with Bret Michaels of the band Poison many times, playing the bass and singing harmonies. He previously played in bands that include Odd Reason, The Fifth and The Willys.

STARCRUSH
Feb 22 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Starcrush is one of the premier modern rock/party bands in the Baltimore area. Their high-energy shows and diverse song catalog have made the band a crowd favorite at the best venues throughout the region. Come out to a show to see for yourself why so many others are making Starcrush a “must-see” part of their weekend.

Feb
23
Sat
MIKE RICHARDS
Feb 23 @ 11:00 am – 2:30 pm

This acoustic alternative rock soloist, Mike Richards released his first live self-titled, 5-track EP back in August of 2015. Based in Washington D.C., he has toured the country playing from coast to coast. Mike has been performing in rock bands and acoustically since the age of 14.His roots stem from a heavy influence of 90’s alternative mixed with some acoustic rock. His influences through the years have been the likes of Incubus, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters, Third Eye Blind, Jack Johnson, John Mayer, Ed Sheeran, Prince, and The Beatles. He began this project after the split of The Offset, a former Washington DC based rock band that opened for the likes of The Wailers and Frankie Munoz’s band “You Hang Up”.

Since starting A Note Two Self, Mike has been signed to a small label based in Phoenix Arizona and has been performing around the nation for local clubs and festivals such as the Atlantic City Beer Festival with names such as the Dropkick Murphy’s and Streetlight Manifesto. He also performed in the 2017 Chicago IL and Columbia MD legs of Vans Warped Tour. His tour route for 2018 will include the final run of Vans Warped Tour, the Prescott Valley Fair in Phoenix AZ, and various other locations around the East Coast TBA.

PANIC FOR THE VIBE
Feb 23 @ 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm

PANIC FOR THE VIBE (PFTV) is an American Pop, Soul, Rock, Reggae and Blues band from Bristow, Virginia, formed in 2013. The band’s line-up includes Larry Thomas (vocals and guitar), John Graves (lead guitar and vocals), Briane Russell (bass), Jana Patterson (vocals and keyboard) and Charles Smith (drums).
PFTV’s music is highlighted by bass-driven grooves, reggae rhythms, and soulful cadences, sometimes alternating between funk, pop, blues and reggae within the same song.Their music often contains mood-altering, harmonic minor-based or bluesy vocals and guitar solos, and rhythmically-improvised heavy bass lines.
PFTV’s performance experience includes a Mid-Atlantic tour for three years, performing at concerts for as many as 6,000. The band currently performs locally in the DC Metro area at bars, clubs, wineries, corporate events and private parties. Larry Thomas, the band’s frontman, also performs as an acoustic solo artist, bringing the same soulful, bluesy sound to a personal level.

CRUSHING DAY
Feb 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Since 1993, Crushing Day has been in the forefront of the Baltimore music scene. Though mainly concentrated in the Baltimore/Annapolis area, the band has traveled the East coast from Killington, VT to Key West, FL. Crushing Day has shared the stage with national acts, Puddle of Mudd, SR-71, DaDa, The Posies, Driven’ and Cryin’, Ace Freehley, Lita Ford, Child’s Play, Jimmie’s Chicken Shack, The Pat McGee Band, The Ravyns, and Dig.