Quasi Flannel
Mar
23
to Mar 24

Quasi Flannel

Dan: drumming instructor with a degree in music. He has a ear for rhythm and a Love of 90's Rock!
Mike: Lives in Harpers Ferry and when he's not in the woods or riding his Harley you'll find him with a guitar in hand.
Dakota: The young Jazz player from Maryland brings his rocking bass lines back to the line up the he was a founding member of. 
Stevie. is a Cali boy rocking the East coast he has fronted numerous bands and brings his high energy showmanship to the Quasi Flannel experience 
Mike G:Vocals and Rhythm guitar.. Mike G started performing in the early 2000's with a band he formed called Solid Ground. They played and recorded Original material performing it all over the 4 state area while calling Winchester Va. home. . In 2005 that band dissolved, and in late 2006 Mike joined the West Virginia based band called The J Factor.. After three amazing years with this highly successful group, Mike went on to play solo gig's while searching for his musical home and In the summer of 2017 Mike joined forces Quasi Flannel

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Chris Timbers Trio
Mar
27
8:00 PM20:00

Chris Timbers Trio

Chris Timbers is poised to rise to the top once again. His story resonates with many as he found success, experienced failure and is now focused and poised for the climb back up. Chris’ story is one of passion, performance and well… prison. As a result, Chris has the life experience that allows him to draw from deep within. His words are indeed healing, inspiring and comforting as he so beautifully crafts them in to the songs we’ve come to know and love. Chris has been writing music and performing for most of his life. When he began to pursue it professionally, Chris’ blues/roots sound led him to front and write music for the Virginia-based band, Less Traveled. They found success together producing an album, developing a following, and touring regionally.

It wasn’t long before Chris’ talent was getting some pretty serious attention. With an endorsement from Godin Guitars and a spot opening for acts such as Agents of Good Roots, Merle Saunders and Tim Reynolds (Dave Matthews and TR3), Chris decided to strike out as a solo artist and moved to New York, where he continued to work on his unique style and hone his technique. Chris became a favorite in the Brooklyn music scene, and sat in as a session guitarist on several indie records. Shortly thereafter, Chris’ success came to a halt as he battled substance abuse, decided to become involved with a motorcycle “gang” and suffered the loss of his only sibling, James at a young age. Chris ended up in prison with lots of time to think, reflect and write. Knowing it was time for change, Chris had to reinvent himself focusing on the positive but using past struggles to guide him toward a more positive life.

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Levi Stephens
Mar
29
5:00 PM17:00

Levi Stephens

Discovering Levi Stephens’ music is like enjoying a surprisingly great meal at the local cafe you’ve passed a thousand times before finally deciding to stop in. You thought you knew what you were getting into, but this is something more, something different. It’s refreshing –a pleasant surprise that an artist in today’s single driven Industry, chooses to follow in the tradition of those classic singer-songwriters that came before by creating whole themed albums. His debut album, “This Way” goes far beyond the confines of R&B and seamlessly melds a variety of genres, from soul to rock to folk while always remaining honest, clever and conversational.

Levi’s affinity for singing can be attributed to growing up in the Washington, D.C. area in a home he remembers being filled with music. “My father was a big music head. We grew up listening to all kinds of really good music. Music was bigger than TV.” Like many artists, his musical roots began in church where Levi sang and played the piano. Outside of the church, young Levi was exposed to artists like Stevie Wonder, Bill Withers, Marvin Gaye and Donny Hathaway. In addition to those soul legends,

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Due Process
Mar
29
to Mar 30

Due Process

Started in 2006, Due Process consisted of Dean Schroyer (vocals, rhythm guitar, silly percussion), Kevin Costello (bass and vocals), Rick Henson (drums and vocals), Bob Bone (keyboards, vocals, rhythm guitar), and Semisi Tipeni (lead guitar and vocals).  As with any band, players change but we don't plan on changing any band members EVER AGAIN.  It's just too good now.  Meet the members of Due Process:  Dean and Kevin (Kevin put down the bass for lead guitar), Milka Tokic (keyboards and vocals - joined 2010), Tom O'Neill (drums - joined 2015), and Anita Visser (bass, guitar, and vocals - joined 2016).  Past members include Roy Richardson and Mike Riedel.  Finally, Phil Jones and Roy occasionally sit in with the band when we need 'em

DEAN SCHROYER   (Lead Vocals):  Dean is known for being a rather energetic front man who makes the audience part of the show.  His vocal range allows him to do songs from artists such as Journey to Muse or Chuck Berry to The Commodores with equal power and in most cases in the original keys.  Dean can sound like the original singers but somehow he does while sounding like himself.

KEVIN COSTELLO (Lead Guitar):  When Kevin was 16 and asked his parents to buy him a guitar, his father told him to “get a job!”   Ever since then Kevin has known that hard work and good music go hand-in-hand.  Kevin has always been a guitar player but his first year with Due Process was on bass showing his versatility.  Now he's back to the instrument he loves.  Kevin's strengths are in his ability to capture numerous tones so that our versions of songs sound identical to originals.  Kevin also spent some time in Quasimodo playing lead guitar and bass.

MILKA SEKA TOKIC (Keyboards): Milka grew up in Croatia and absorbed the warmth and beauty of the sunny Adriatic Coast, as well as a good mix of rock, ethnic, and classical music. A gifted keyboard player, she creates a colorful polyphony of sound effects and orchestral instruments that keeps Due Process from turning into just another rock band.

TOM O'NEILL (Drums):  Tom joined Due Process in April, 2015.  He’s got experience with many bands (local and touring) and musical productions including a multitude of styles (RnB, Jazz, Country, Rock, and other more ethnic rhythms).  He’s been drumming since sixth grade which means (just like the rest of us) he’s been playing music for 900 years.  Music runs in his family (his dad was a jazz piano player) and not unlike his Dad, he considers it a great thrill to play live.  Tom is married with six kids (when did he have time to practice??).  When he does practice and gig, he likes to play his ’66 Ludwig “Jazzette” kit.

ANITA VISSER (Bass) has been keeping neighbors near garages, club patrons and concert goers entertained since she was 15 in her first band. Music runs in her family too – her mom is a classical pianist who wanted her to play the piano, but Anita rebelled and loves holding down the low end with the bass.  She joined Due Process in February 2016.

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Rescue Squad
Mar
30
to Mar 31

Rescue Squad

Rescue Squad is a 5-piece rock cover band from the DC/VA/MD area that provides heavy doses of hits. Our set list includes the latest rock covers as well as the timeless classics you know and love. We bring nothing but high-energy rock and we infuse our own dynamic edge into our sets to ensure a unique and compelling show!

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OTR
Mar
9
to Mar 10

OTR

OTR ("Off The Record") is a mash-up of several long-established, powerhouse cover bands in the District of Columbia-Maryland-Virginia (DMV) area. The band performs a diverse selection of the most popular covers from the '80s, '90s, and 2000s, and other classic rock and R&B "deep cuts" from Adele to Zeppelin. The group prides itself on well-rehearsed, complex musicianship and attention to detail, bringing out the best of every song.

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Jay Powell Duo
Mar
7
7:00 PM19:00

Jay Powell Duo

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Jay is very much appreciative of the opportunity to share his love of music with you... As a professional, his goal is to entertain you and make sure you have a great afternoon/evening... On a regular basis audience members approach him and ask why he's not on a national stage yet, or make commentary like “I have NEVER seen anybody play a guitar and sing like that!” 
The truth is that it's very humbling when he hears it, but the most important thing is that it is being ENJOYED (versus TOLERATED). God gives each one of us something special...and he is thankful that you allow me to share his gifts with you. Part 2 of that truth is that YOU, the music lovers who pay cover charge and tips to support him in my career, should never get short-changed.

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Chris Timbers Trio
Mar
6
8:00 PM20:00

Chris Timbers Trio

Chris Timbers is poised to rise to the top once again. His story resonates with many as he found success, experienced failure and is now focused and poised for the climb back up. Chris’ story is one of passion, performance and well… prison. As a result, Chris has the life experience that allows him to draw from deep within. His words are indeed healing, inspiring and comforting as he so beautifully crafts them in to the songs we’ve come to know and love. Chris has been writing music and performing for most of his life. When he began to pursue it professionally, Chris’ blues/roots sound led him to front and write music for the Virginia-based band, Less Traveled. They found success together producing an album, developing a following, and touring regionally.

It wasn’t long before Chris’ talent was getting some pretty serious attention. With an endorsement from Godin Guitars and a spot opening for acts such as Agents of Good Roots, Merle Saunders and Tim Reynolds (Dave Matthews and TR3), Chris decided to strike out as a solo artist and moved to New York, where he continued to work on his unique style and hone his technique. Chris became a favorite in the Brooklyn music scene, and sat in as a session guitarist on several indie records. Shortly thereafter, Chris’ success came to a halt as he battled substance abuse, decided to become involved with a motorcycle “gang” and suffered the loss of his only sibling, James at a young age. Chris ended up in prison with lots of time to think, reflect and write. Knowing it was time for change, Chris had to reinvent himself focusing on the positive but using past struggles to guide him toward a more positive life.

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Brian Franke
Mar
1
5:00 PM17:00

Brian Franke

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. Since 2009 he has made music his career playing over 200 shows each year both locally and as a touring artist. He has released two independent solo albums “Six Blocks Down” in 2010 and “Will You Finish My Song?” in 2014 as well as an EP with his duo FarAway, “Somehow” in 2013--which had a song played on PBS' TV show "Roadtrip Nation".

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Chris Timbers Trio
Feb
20
8:00 PM20:00

Chris Timbers Trio

Chris Timbers is poised to rise to the top once again. His story resonates with many as he found success, experienced failure and is now focused and poised for the climb back up. Chris’ story is one of passion, performance and well… prison. As a result, Chris has the life experience that allows him to draw from deep within. His words are indeed healing, inspiring and comforting as he so beautifully crafts them in to the songs we’ve come to know and love. Chris has been writing music and performing for most of his life. When he began to pursue it professionally, Chris’ blues/roots sound led him to front and write music for the Virginia-based band, Less Traveled. They found success together producing an album, developing a following, and touring regionally.

It wasn’t long before Chris’ talent was getting some pretty serious attention. With an endorsement from Godin Guitars and a spot opening for acts such as Agents of Good Roots, Merle Saunders and Tim Reynolds (Dave Matthews and TR3), Chris decided to strike out as a solo artist and moved to New York, where he continued to work on his unique style and hone his technique. Chris became a favorite in the Brooklyn music scene, and sat in as a session guitarist on several indie records. Shortly thereafter, Chris’ success came to a halt as he battled substance abuse, decided to become involved with a motorcycle “gang” and suffered the loss of his only sibling, James at a young age. Chris ended up in prison with lots of time to think, reflect and write. Knowing it was time for change, Chris had to reinvent himself focusing on the positive but using past struggles to guide him toward a more positive life.

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Just South of 7
Feb
16
9:00 PM21:00

Just South of 7

Hailing from Leesburg Va, Just South of 7 plays spirited guitar driven rock, rhythm and blues from the 60s to the present day. Their music takes you on a journey from rocks infancy through the various decades of timeless classics that defined generations. With their tight vocal harmonies, driving guitars and a rhythm section to loosen even the tightest fillings, they can easily transition from Johnny Cash to the Eagles to the Stone Temple Pilots. Whether they're serving up covers of rock's legendary pioneers or ripping out the edgier alternative and punk infused barn burners, Just South of 7 is sure to have you singing along, dancing, or thinking about all the stupid things you did while growing up (or may still be doing).

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Carbon 11
Feb
1
9:00 PM21:00

Carbon 11

Band Bio: Carbon-11 is a band out of Frederick, Md. We came together in 2011, with the common goal of making good music. Good thing we all got along well, all pretty proficient with our respective instruments, like to drink beer ( really, really like beer ) and want to entertain people.

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Chris Timbers Trio
Jan
30
8:00 PM20:00

Chris Timbers Trio

Chris Timbers is poised to rise to the top once again. His story resonates with many as he found success, experienced failure and is now focused and poised for the climb back up. Chris’ story is one of passion, performance and well… prison. As a result, Chris has the life experience that allows him to draw from deep within. His words are indeed healing, inspiring and comforting as he so beautifully crafts them in to the songs we’ve come to know and love. Chris has been writing music and performing for most of his life. When he began to pursue it professionally, Chris’ blues/roots sound led him to front and write music for the Virginia-based band, Less Traveled. They found success together producing an album, developing a following, and touring regionally.

It wasn’t long before Chris’ talent was getting some pretty serious attention. With an endorsement from Godin Guitars and a spot opening for acts such as Agents of Good Roots, Merle Saunders and Tim Reynolds (Dave Matthews and TR3), Chris decided to strike out as a solo artist and moved to New York, where he continued to work on his unique style and hone his technique. Chris became a favorite in the Brooklyn music scene, and sat in as a session guitarist on several indie records. Shortly thereafter, Chris’ success came to a halt as he battled substance abuse, decided to become involved with a motorcycle “gang” and suffered the loss of his only sibling, James at a young age. Chris ended up in prison with lots of time to think, reflect and write. Knowing it was time for change, Chris had to reinvent himself focusing on the positive but using past struggles to guide him toward a more positive life.

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