Named after a blue collar legend in the Tidewater region of the Old Dominion, Harley Boone is dedicated to fueling the world with good music/vibes.
So whether you love Country music or want to hear something different from the norm, make sure that you request Harley Boone for your next event. The band is comfortable in both large festival formats and small private gatherings; no matter the size of your event, Harley Boone will coalesce and harmonize to make any event inclusive and intimate. We can promise you that you’ll be singing along and dancing all night, to favorites of the past and hits from today.
Harley Boone: A guaranteed down-home, good time!
America’s # 1 Zac Brown Tribute Band, 20 RIDE, is American Country/Folk music at its finest. The first tribute of it’s kind, they are taking audiences by storm.
AUTHENTIC VOCALS, AUTHENTIC MUSIC, an AUTHENTIC BAND. This is not a wig wearing, lip syncing, pretending to play tribute. These are real players, doing the great music the way Zac does at all his concerts. Up close and personal, moving, and fun! With nine hit singles, two platinum selling albums, and countless fans, Zac Brown is quickly becoming a country music legend.
From traditional country, to Caribbean rhythm, to sultry bedroom ballads, 20 RIDE brings all the best Zac has to offer. Pushing the limits of what their talents offer, there is something for everyone. Whether you love their mega hits like “Chicken Fried” , “Colder Weather” ,”Free” , “Toes” , “Highway 20 Ride” or many more, 20 RIDE will play all your favorites and some cool covers too.
Comprised of good ol’ boys from upstate Carolina, these guys know how to entertain. With an insane work ethic like the real Zac Brown Band, they have a unique ability to include everyone in their show. Performing for years in a cover band, their experience performing together shows. Great harmonies and tight musicianship make 20 RIDE perfect for outdoor festivals, cool rehearsal dinner parties, killer clubs, rockin’ pool parties or anywhere people love to have fun.
If you want more than just Zac, just ask
David Nail has spent a decade leaving his unique mark on modern country music. He reaches a new creative peak with 2018’s Only This and Nothing More, a record that matches his longtime melodic chops with atmospheric rock & roll guitars, lush keyboards, drum loops, and rule-breaking arrangements. Billed not as a solo album, but as a project by David Nail and the Well Ravens, Only This and Nothing More finds its frontman leaving behind the familiar comfort of his longtime record label and, instead, uncovering new ground with help from two longtime partners; multi-instrumentalist Andrew Petroff and producer Jason Hall. Inspired not only by his country roots, but also the guitar-heavy stomp of Oasis, the reverb-heavy wash of Ryan Adams, the rhythmic punch of the Black Keys, and the anthemic swell of Kings of Leon, Nail and the Well Ravens co-wrote a collection of songs that placed a contemporary spin on older sounds. The result is David Nail’s most sonically adventurous work to date, as well as his first release as an independent artist. He’s a country crooner one moment, an indie rocker the next, and a diversely compelling frontman throughout. Most importantly, he’s an artist following his muse, making music without rules or regulations.
James Britton is the Singer and Guitarist for the group Throwing Plates. Combining heartfelt singer/songwriter roots with folk-rock grit, Throwing Plates is becoming a regular act among many venues in the Washington area. Created by three gifted musicians and songwriters, the DC based group aptly incorporates fresh musical thinking with memorable melodies.
Throwing Plates was founded by James Britton, Jamie Boyd, and Doug Imhoff; the three crossed paths while performing in DC showcases. Mutually impressed by their talents, they soon began writing songs together. Over the past three years Throwing Plates has independently booked and performed over 250 shows and have received awards from the Songwriters Association of Washington and Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Contest.
Through their energetic and interactive stage presence, the trio is accumulating a loyal following. In 2015, well-known songwriter and producer Mark Williams was impressed with Throwing Plates, leading to work on their recording debut.
Phil Rossi has had the pleasure of performing throughout the Washington DC Metro area for the last 16 years at Jammin Java, the Black Cat, IOTA, Parallel Wine Bistro, DNV Rooftop Lounge, 868 Estates Vineyards, Hidden Brook Winery, Fabioli Cellars, 1836 Taproom, Ragtime Restaurant, the Ashburn Pub, Monks BBQ, 930 Club Back Bar, Battlestreet Live, and Whitlow’s on Wilson to name just a few. He performs solo acoustic (your favorite music from the 60s through today, featuring loops, percussion, and tasty grooves) as well as some DJ/Electronica/fun noises.
He writes, records, produces, and subsequently performs a lot of different flavors. He blames an eclectic musical background growing up, from Otis Redding, to the Doors, to Bauhaus, Erasure, Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Tom Waits and everything in between. He has played acoustic for years, solo and in groups
Spencer Joyce is an Annapolis, MD based Indie Rock Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist with origins in both North Carolina and Northern Virginia. Spencer combines the singer/songwriter sensibilities of Ed Sheeran with the beautiful weirdness of Coldplay, the punk edge of Green Day, and the hot licks of John Mayer to create a unique sound to lift his tell-it-like-it-is lyrics up.
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Scott Kurt grew up in America’s Rust Belt, and the grittiness of his roots is evident in every aspect of his music. From his debut album, “Ragged But Right”, recorded with his band Memphis 59, to his first solo effort “Down This Road”, he captures the essence of hard living, hard work and hard times in deeply personal lyrics delivered by a whiskey-tinged bar room voice wrapped up inside a whole lot of full-tilt country-rock guitar.
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”
Shag is a band like you’ve never heard before nor will you forget! British vocal powerhouse and guitarist Laurence Mckenna fronts the band, with an insane vocal range that can flatter any melody. Laurence also performs many solo gigs with a wide variety of covers. Musical mates, Derek Bond (Bass Guitar-Backing Vocals), Mark Rogers (Drums), and Don Ruzek (Lead Guitar) complete the feel good vibes that will drive you to the dance floor. Blurring inspirations of U.K. spun rock, pop and techno, they have developed their own unique style. It is head music for your feet! Shag has performed at such venues as RFK Stadium for D.C. United, The State Theater, 9:30 Club,The Black Cat, Warner Theater, Jiffy Lube Live (Formerly Nissan Pavilion), Gypsy Sally’s, The Fillmore, The Old Town Theater, Jammin’ Java, Iota and The Capital Center. Shag performs at major festivals, Weddings, Private Events and bar / club venues every year. They have performed on the Jiffy Lube Live (Formerly Nissan Pavilion) VIP stage at the following concerts: Chicago, Jackson Brown, Depeche Mode, Train, Green Day, Sting, Creed, Aerosmith, Earth Wind And Fire, Van Halen! So to all you sensation seekers…come out and shake your bum!
Jake Mimikos is a singer/songwriter from Southern California. Currently, he is living in Virginia and performing solo and in his band The Frontier. After over a decade of writing, recording, and touring he is currently working with his producer Austin Bello (Forever the Sickest Kids) to perfect his sound and continue releasing new music. You can catch him performing at venues large and small in Northern VA and listen to original recordings of his work where ever you stream or download music. Follow his band The Frontier on social media for updates.
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.”