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!
Mark Glass is a rising musical artist in the Baltimore/DC with soul and a voice that projects it. Mark is in the process of recording his unique blend of pop, r&b, rock and soul and performing at local venues. He has received much critical acclaim from audiences and venue-owners and is attracting fans as well as local and national support.
Offering modern and classic rock, reggae, alternative, Pop, R&B, and hip-hop, Ryan Angelo is able to combine both his natural ability to perform as well as entertain by engaging the audience. His wide array of music selection is a true testimony to being able to capture a vast range in ages with hits from Johnny Cash to Sublime.
Shirkaday is a rock cover band hailing from Northern Virginia. Led by vocalist, Joe Bernui, the band covers music from the 70’s to today, with the focus on 90’s to include songs by Green Day, Chili Peppers and Sublime. Occasionally, you will hear them play and original song or two. Their schedule and song list can be found at www.shirkaday.com
Cold Gin is the hottest KISS Tribute Band playing today. You can still enjoy and relive the costumes, blood, fire and all the great Kiss classics. Cold Gin has performed its Kiss Tribute Band show for audiences in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware and other locations in the United States.
Sharif – who is currently earning his Masters at the Berklee College of Music – has made quite a name for himself on the touring front, vacillating from playing intimate solo acoustic shows of his original material to belting out cover tunes (from Rihanna’s “Disturbia” to Maroon 5’s “Won’t Go Home Without You” to Beastie Boys “Girls”) at biker bars to playing one of his favorite genres of music, oldies, at retirement centers (because he wants to, not because he has to) to corporate gigs for Gap and Amstel Light to opening for the likes of Jason Mraz, Kenny Loggins, Rhett Miller, Rusted Root, and Blake Shelton.
“Music consumes me,” explains Sharif, who has approximately 2,000 shows around the world under his belt. “I just love playing music, teaching music, learning more about music, and doing whatever I can to get there.”