Holly Montgomery is a singer-songwriter and bass player originally from Louisville, KY, transplanted to L.A. and then again to Washington DC. She has recorded two albums and wrote the theme songs for lots of major charities. Montgomery’s vocals are a real high point. Her voice has a deep, gritty tone that pours through the speakers like sonic honey.
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.
Brian Franke is an independent award-winning singer/songwriter residing in the Washington, DC area. He is known as both a frequently booked cover song musician as well as an original songwriter. His cover songs range from classic rock songs, to 90s alternative rock, to Top 40 songs currently on the radio.
Matt Waller is a musician hailing from the Northern Virginia/Richmond area. His looping abilities set him aside as one of the premier performers in the DMV area. His shows are energetic, crowd-interactive performances of pop, hip hop, reggae, rock and country music from the 50’s to today. If you happen to catch a show you will know you were apart of something special!
We are participating in the Brambleton Brew Fest, presented by Lost Rhino Retreat and the Brambleton Town Center!
It will be filled with tons of local craft beer, live music, food trucks, and more!
PARTICIPATING BREWERIES: 2 Silos, Lost Rhino, Old Ox Brewing, Heritage Brewing, DC Breu Brewing, Solace Brewing, Ono Brewing Company, Legends Brewing, Bold Rock Hard Cidery, AND MORE!
LOCATION: Brambleton Town Center
TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bram-brew-fest-2018-tickets-43756160855
- $35 per person (plus service fees) in advance. Included in your ticket: entrance, tasting glass, and UNLIMITED POURS!
- $40 per person (plus service fees) at the gate. Included in your ticket: entrance, tasting glass, and ULIMITED POURS!
- $10 Designated Driver Ticket – Includes one free root beer
- $10 13 – 20 year old – includes one free root beer
- Kids 12 and under are free.
Several Food Trucks will be available for food purchase.
1:00pm – 3:00pm – Monster Band
3:30pm – 6:00pm – Soho Down
Look out for EARLY BIRD SPECIALS!
- No Pets
- No Smoking
- No Coolers
- No Weapons
- No Tents/Canopys
- Blankets and Chairs are welcome.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
RAINDATE – If we get a complete washout, we will move the event to May 20th.
In early 2015, bassist Ron Jennings and guitarist Michael Lavrich started rehearsals for a new cover band project in Gainesville, Virginia. Over the course of the next few months, drummer Jon Lareau and vocalist Danielle Sanders joined the project, and the group proceeded to spend the following months woodshedding on a variety of rock and pop songs. The group began playing out under the name Audio Entanglement Theory, until the band was dissolved in the spring of 2016.
During the early summer of 2016, Rock Soup was formed by Ron Jennings, Mike Lavrich, Danielle Sanders, and Michael Bacon on drums. Soon after the formation of Rock Soup, vocalist Danielle sanders departed the group. After an extensive search for a new vocalist, lead vocalist and guitarist Brian Johnson joined the group in the fall of 2016.
With the final lineup set, the band quickly started learning new material. During initial rehearsals the band quickly found common ground playing 90’s rock. With each member having an independent taste in music, the band’s set list quickly grew to include rock, pop, and R&B hits from the 70’s through today. With a diverse and high energy set list, Rock Soup has quickly established itself as one of the premier rock cover bands in the Northern Virginia and Washington D.C area.
Kenney’s vocal style and instrumental prowess has wowed audiences for over 40 years nationally and internationally. He has been compared to BB King perhaps because his choice of instrument is a gold gilded “Lucille” guitar inlaid with mother of pearl or maybe it is just that he plays the blues with the intensity of a seasonal blues man. He has also been compared to the likes of George Benson and Wes Montgomery as Kenney is an accomplished jazz guitarist and vocalist.
Jason Saitta is a 19 year-old singer/songwriter from Chantilly, VA studying Audio Engineering Technology and Computer Science at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. While his main focus has been as a singer and guitarist, Jason enjoys playing a number of other instruments including piano, bass, and harmonica. He is an avid, all-around musician who loves to express himself through writing, recording, and producing his own music, performing alternative, pop and classic rock covers, as well as original songs.
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!
Guitarist and vocalist from Columbia, South Carolina. Currently resides in Old Town Alexandria, right outside of DC. Influenced by Classic and Southern Rock as well as BluesR&B, Hip Hop and Alternative Rock. Has played all over the Carolinas for the last 3 years and is now emerging in the DC, Marland, Virginia scene. Plays solo as well as experienced front man for a number of musicians and bands.