Wednesday, October 1, 2014 - 6:00pm
Free

Shepherdstown Opera House Live's Annual Halloween Horror Movie Marathon!
Five Wednesday horror double features on the big screen!
Each week promises something different from campy to spin-tingling. We are celebrating scary movies the whole month of October, join us every Wednesday for palm readings, popcorn, and of course-- plenty of blood and gore!
Doors will open at 5 The first feature starts at 6 and the second begins at 8. We will be showing obscure movie clips and trailers during a brief intermission.
Every Wednesday in October!!

October 1st: **Premiere Screening** of  Ghoulish Tales, a locally produced horror film @ 6 pm ; Dead Alive, the cult classic by director Peter Jackson @ 8 pm

 

 

 

Thursday, October 2, 2014 - 7:00pm
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October 2, 7pm, $5

Lucia Mae Valentine hails from Shepherdstown, West Virginia, a small town with a big sound. At 17, Lucia Mae is an aspiring artist who draws inspiration from the musical influences around her, as well as vocalists/writers both past and present. With an Iphone loaded with the likes of Otis Redding, Etta James,  Allison Krauss, Sara Barrellis, and  Whitney Houston, Lucia Mae's style is an amalgamation of bluegrass, old-tyme soul music, with a whole lot of R&B mixed in for good measure. A newcomer to performing live, Lucia Mae began  gigging regularly this summer in the Tri-state area both as an acoustic act and with her band The Valentines.
She has written two songs with Grammy Award winning writer Johnny Neel, and is currently recording three more tunes to be included on an upcoming EP release late fall of this year. She is a singer songwriter that embodies an organic soulfulness whether she is performing a classic Motown number, a contemporary pop hit or one of her sultry originals. Throwing all caution to the wind Lucia Mae is stepping out on the stage singing her way to wherever the music leads.

I'm very excited to announce that Ariel Cifala and Zoe Jenkins will be opening the evening. This teen-aged duo grew up together here in Shepherdstown singing and dancing all the time. They have started to develop their own sweet style and I can't wait to watch them grow in their craft!

- See more at: http://www.chelseamcbee.com/first_thursday_artist_series/#sthash.4RRCJFG...


    Lucia Mae Valentine hails from Shepherdstown, West Virginia, a small town with a big sound. At 17, Lucia Mae is an aspiring artist who draws inspiration from the musical influences around her, as well as vocalists/writers both past and present. With an Iphone loaded with the likes of Otis Redding, Etta James,  Allison Krauss, Sara Barrellis, and  Whitney Houston, Lucia Mae's style is an amalgamation of bluegrass, old-tyme soul music, with a whole lot of R&B mixed in for good measure. A newcomer to performing live, Lucia Mae began  gigging regularly this summer in the Tri-state area both as an acoustic act and with her band The Valentines.
    She has written two songs with Grammy Award winning writer Johnny Neel, and is currently recording three more tunes to be included on an upcoming EP release late fall of this year. She is a singer songwriter that embodies an organic soulfulness whether she is performing a classic Motown number, a contemporary pop hit or one of her sultry originals. Throwing all caution to the wind Lucia Mae is stepping out on the stage singing her way to wherever the music leads.

I'm very excited to announce that Ariel Cifala and Zoe Jenkins will be opening the evening. This teen-aged duo grew up together here in Shepherdstown singing and dancing all the time. They have started to develop their own sweet style and I can't wait to watch them grow in their craft!
- See more at: http://www.chelseamcbee.com/first_thursday_artist_series/#sthash.4RRCJFG...

Saturday, October 4, 2014 - 9:00pm
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The Hello Strangers have created a catalogue of original music with nods to American folk traditions, modern indie rock, Texas country-folk, and roots rock, all tied together with lilting harmonies that only sisters can create. Timeless imagery and fables are at the core of each song, from tales of a boggy creek bottom where a murdered man sleeps, to a Texas roadhouse with bawdy dancers and clinking beer bottles, to more poignant reflections on the loss of winter or a man gone wrong.

The sisters are supported by a dynamic and talented trio: Spencer Pheil on lead guitar, Trent Renshaw on drums, and Tom Hoy on bass.

Chuck Dauphin of Music News Nashville says, “They are just – for lack of a more sophisticated term – Damn Good. Take a listen to a cut like “Chances,” and if you are not totally hooked by their spellbinding harmony, your hearing must not be working right. It’s a sonically brilliant cut – from start to finish, one that simply needs to be heard. Ditto that for the Appalachian feel of “The World Knows Far Better,” where the harmony is chilling, as is the harmonica work from Brechyn. The sisters even match musical wits and talent with the incredible Jim Lauderdale on his gem “What You Don’t Know,” which they keep as haunting as his 1990s original.”

 

Laura Mae Socks writes songs that reflect the sparse landscape of the rural prairie in Southwest Louisiana where she and Jon Bertrand (of the Pine Leaf Boys) call home. Often described as haunting due to her lilting vocal style and Jon's reverb-soaked Telecaster, they play songs reminiscent of a bygone era of country music. In addition to paying homage to the old-style country standards she learned from her mother, a country singer as well, Laura Mae performs a number of originals.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014 - 6:00pm
Free

Shepherdstown Opera House Live's Annual Halloween Horror Movie Marathon!
Five Wednesday horror double features on the big screen!
Each week promises something different from campy to spin-tingling. We are celebrating scary movies the whole month of October, join us every Wednesday for palm readings, popcorn, and of course-- plenty of blood and gore!
Doors will open at 5 The first feature starts at 6 and the second begins at 8. We will be showing obscure movie clips and trailers during intermission.
Every Wednesday in October!!
Admission: Free

October 8th: **Guillermo del Toro Double Feature**

      Devil's Backbone @ 6pm, Pan's Labyrinth @ 8pm

 

Thursday, October 9, 2014 - 8:00pm
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Miss Tess is a New York City based songwriter and performing musician, who tours regularly with her band, as “Miss Tess & The Talkbacks”. In addition to Tess’s tasty licks and prowess on her 1940s archtop guitar, the current lineup includes Will Graefe on guitar, Danny Weller on upright bass, and Matt Meyer on drums. Inspired by styles of vintage swing, blues, country, and folk, Miss Tess draws comparisons to artists such as Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, Peggy Lee, and Chuck Berry, but maintains a style all of her own. “She’s a musical chameleon, recalling at various moments Tom Waits’ barfly humor, the cabaret-rock of Beirut, or even the wink-wink wit of early Bette Midler.” – Holly Hughes, Blog Critics.

Friday, October 10, 2014 - 9:00pm
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Mix the Hot Club of Paris with the sweaty soul of Dixieland, a couple blades of bluegrass, a pinch of ragtime beat, and a western swinging swagger and you've just conjured the sound of The Appleseed Collective.

 

 "The blends of swing, bluegrass, Dixieland ditties and alluring gypsy-folk whirls - is something close to a transcendent listen ... you're there, on some dirt road, being led on by these songs," raves Jeff Milo of iSpy Magazine. 

 

Formed in 2010, The Appleseed Collective has become a force of nature driven by their local community and developed by a strong sense of do-it-yourself drive. In an age of corporations and climate change, the band’s commitment to buying & selling local, eating from gardens, and being their own bosses has led to the kind of success that feels simply organic.  

 

The Appleseed Collective is not a bluegrass band. It’s not The Hot Club of Paris. It’s not a ragtime cover band. The Appleseed Collective represents Americana music rooted in traditions from all over the world and from every decade, creating a live experience that welcomes every soul and is impossible to replicate.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014 - 6:00pm
Free

Shepherdstown Opera House Live's Annual Halloween Horror Movie Marathon!
Five Wednesday horror double features on the big screen!
Each week promises something different from campy to spin-tingling. We are celebrating scary movies the whole month of October, join us every Wednesday for palm readings, popcorn, and of course-- plenty of blood and gore!
Doors will open at 5 The first feature starts at 6 and the second begins at 8. We will be showing obscure movie clips and trailers during intermission.
Every Wednesday in October!!

October 15: **Bill Moseley Double Feature** Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 @ 6pm, House of 1000 Corpses @ 8pm

Monday, September 29, 2014 - 9:45pm, Friday, October 17, 2014 - 9:00pm
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The Calamity Cubes!, a Kansas based roots band, with members Brook Blanche, Kody Oh, and Joey Henry play a very original style of music, hard driving banjo, upright bass, and acoustic guitar make up the instrumentation. The music would best be classified and a blend of traditional Country, Folk & Bluegrass, with the fire of an 80's Punk Band. They take heartache and pain seriously, you can hear it in
many of their tracks, soaked in misery and whiskey, the Cubes! always deliver a song for any emotion. The Cubes! travel the country on tour, regularly! These guys have been slowly making a name for themselves over the years and captured the hearts of music lovers worldwide! With three releases under their belts, the Cubes! are creating a catalogue of timeless roots music one track at a time! This Farmageddon Records Band will surely satisfy your need for real roots music!

 


Billy Cook formerly of .357 string band and dan infecto formerly of Bob Wayne join forces to make a record and touring band.

Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 9:00pm
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Christian Lopez Band (CLB) is not merely riding the wave of Americana Music, the West Virginia natives, are bending it to its knees. With the will of his voice and the stomp of a steady beat, Christian Lopez and his band are pioneering their own brand of Alt. Folk Country Rock. Like a young Whitman, Lopez translates the iconic America before him into rousing romps and searing serenades employing crisp and thoughtful imagery and storytelling. Lopez is turning traditional songwriting on its head. Lopez takes listeners on a heartfelt rampage through emotion, energy and excitement caring less about the hook then hooking them in with the range and passion in his voice. One moment the music traverses the depths of one’s interior life and the next it rips the listener into a frenzy - a call to stomp, romp and roll. 

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014 - 6:00pm
Free

Shepherdstown Opera House Live's Annual Halloween Horror Movie Marathon!
Five Wednesday horror double features on the big screen!
Each week promises something different from campy to spin-tingling. We are celebrating scary movies the whole month of October, join us every Wednesday for palm readings, popcorn, and of course-- plenty of blood and gore!
Doors will open at 5 The first feature starts at 6 and the second begins at 8. We will be showing obscure movie clips and trailers during intermission.
Every Wednesday in October!!
Admission: Free

October 22: **John Carpenter Double Feature** They Live @ 6 pm, The Thing @ 8pm

Thursday, October 23, 2014 - 8:00pm
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Day of Show: $25

Long the bards of downward mobility, Southern Culture on the Skids have always embodied a sleazy, raucous, good-natured, good-time take on the culture of the South. Recently described by Dwight Yoakam (in Filter) as "really on the outside, like Dick Dale meets Hank Thompson," SCOTS have mixed high and low culture for decades, endlessly touring, serving up moonshine martinis and poultry picking for fans everywhere.

Since 1983, when they formed in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, SCOTS have played their unique hybrid of Americana, surf, R&B, rockabilly, and swamp pop (the band describes their sound as "toe sucking geek rock - kinda weird, but it feels good when you're doing it"), all the while driving fans into ecstatic, sweat-drenched paroxysms of joy. Assisted by his cohorts in chaos — drummer Dave Hartman and bassist/singer/heartbreaker Mary Huff — Miller and crew have been prolific and ubiquitous for over twenty years.

 

Not much is known about these four mutated mosquitos; their lives were as normal as most mosquitos until that fateful day they landed on Three Mile Island.  "I knew the moment I tasted their blood that something was wrong--horribly wrong!," B Negative  was rumored to have said that  day.  We believe it was that day, that very day, that changed them forever; at least this is what scientists at MIT believe.  You see, since that day they've all had this strange desire to play surf music.  Before the accident they had never heard of surf!  We think something happened during the mutation, something so horrible that they all found a longing for surf music.  From what we understand they were warned about the consequences of surf...there is no market for it....it's not really music to most people.  They knew they were on a musical road to obscurity.  But there was nothing we could do; something, something beyond our power, had taken control of them, and they will forever be known as  the "Atomic Mosquitos."
Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 9:00pm
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**Opera House Live's Halloween Bash**

WestByGod is a four-piece, "Appalachian Hard Rock" band residing high in the mountains of West Virginia. Since the band's inception in 2003 they have produced a varied and expansive catalog of music focused on subject matter ranging from good country living to important regional issues such as mountain top removal. With the release of two independently produced albums as well as high energy live shows, WestByGod has moved into the regional spotlight - performing with such notable acts as CKY and Karma to Burn.

Ruckus Revival is a blended musical soup that has been stewing in basements and garages for a little over three years, waiting for the right time to be served to the public. The hip hop inspired band leaves no musical spice out of their blended style and thrives to present to their audiences something fresh and entertaining.

Sunday, October 26, 2014 - 1:00pm
Free Event

Join us Sunday, October 26th for a family Halloween themed double feature.
1:00 Its the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown 
25 min
The Peanuts gang celebrates Halloween while Linus waits for the Great Pumpkin.

1:30 Spirited Away  PG 125 min
In the middle of her family's move to the suburbs, a sullen 10-year-old girl wanders into a world ruled by gods, witches, and monsters; where humans are changed into animals; and a bathhouse for these creatures.

These films are free admission, so bring your family and friends, share some popcorn and make some memories at the Shepherdstown Opera House. And don't forget to join in on some of the other Boofest activities going on in Shepherdstown all week!

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 6:00pm
Free

Shepherdstown Opera House Live's Annual Halloween Horror Movie Marathon!
Five Wednesday horror double features on the big screen!
Each week promises something different from campy to spin-tingling. We are celebrating scary movies the whole month of October, join us every Wednesday for palm readings, popcorn, and of course-- plenty of blood and gore!
Doors will open at 5 The first feature starts at 6 and the second begins at 8. We will be showing obscure movie clips and trailers during intermission.
Every Wednesday in October!!
Admission: Free

October 29: **Zombie Double Feature** George Romero's Dawn of the Dead @ 6pm, Shaun of the Dead @ 8pm

 

Thursday, October 30, 2014 - 6:45pm
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October 30-November 2, 2014

The American Conservation Film Festival was started by a group of volunteers who shared both a devotion to film arts and a commitment to conservation. They also shared belief that attitudes about the environment are shaped by experiences in it, and that people and their cultures are an essential part of Earth’s biosphere.

The venture was begun in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, the location of two partners who have provided the venues for ACFF films since the Festival’s founding in 2003:  the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s National Conservation Training Center, and Shepherd University. From the outset, ACFF struck a chord with local filmgoers and tourists from the Washington DC and Baltimore, Maryland regions. ACFF has expanded its audience by keeping ticket prices low and presenting many of its films free of charge.

We now attract more than a hundred quality submissions each year, reflecting the festival’s strong and growing reputation with professional filmmakers.  They appreciate ACFF’s way of making the filmmakers and their work the focus of the Festival. ACFF rolls out the carpet for its filmmakers by hosting special “meet the  filmmaker” events and filmmaker forums, and by providing lodging and other amenities that few festivals offer.

 ACFF also invites guest lecturers to help frame the topics of  films that illuminate pressing environmental issues.

 As the festival has matured, so has ACFF as an institution. The ACFF Board of Directors reflects a range of interests and backgrounds; people who share the vision of sustaining a quality arts organization that is focused on environmental education.

Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 7:00pm
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First Thursday Artist Series Chelsea McBee Presents The Rolling Coyotes and David Jacobs-Strain with Bob Beach
The Rolling Coyotes offer up an Americana palette of songs that conjure up a unique, yet comfortably familiar landscape of people and places. Set to toe-tapping swing, lazy country blues, folky ballads and more, their tracks glide along like a drive in the countryside. They blend a tasteful, and sometimes playful, mixture of guitar, piano, cello, bass, accordion, ukelele, and mandolin to compliment textured vocals and harmonies. Singer-songwriter, Steve Warner has a baritone voice that is soothing, yet passionately expressive. He has garnered numerous songwriting awards and has had songs recorded by several indie artists. 
 
David Jacobs-Strain is a fierce slide guitar player, and a song poet from Oregon.  He’s known for both his virtuosity and spirit of emotional abandon; his live show moves from humorous, subversive blues, to delicate balladry, and then swings back to swampy rock and roll.  His new album, “Geneseo,” speaks of open roads, longing hearts and flashbacks of Oregon– a record of emotions big and small, and lyrics that turn quickly from literal to figurative.  “I’m fascinated by the way that rural blues inscribes movement and transience.  The music that frees a singer keeps them on the run; there’s a crossroads where a thing can be enchanting but dangerous; damaging but beautiful.”
 
 
Friday, November 7, 2014 - 9:00pm
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Blair Crimmins began his current music career in Atlanta, Georgia, with a determination to bring Ragtime and 1920’s style Dixieland Jazz to new audiences. What he created was a sound that is at once modern while being deeply rooted in the past. Now four years, and five hundred shows later, he has toured the Eastern United States playing large venues and has opened for national acts such as Mumford & Sons and Preservation Hall Jazz Band. A multi-instrumentalist and music academic, Crimmins writes songs and arrangements for a classic New Orleans style horn section consisting of Trumpet, Clarinet, Trombone. His debut release “The Musical Stylings Of” became a college radio sensation on WRAS Atlanta making him the most requested band on the air. His last release and video “State Hotel” landed them a full feature in Creative Loafing Atlanta. In 2012 Crimmins showed his musical diversity by writing and recording the full score for the independent short film “Old Man Cabbage”. The following year, Crimmins was the critics pick for Best Song Writer of 2013 in Creative Loafing’s Best of ATL issue. Blair Crimmins now continues touring this year to support his newest studio album entitled “Sing-a-longs”, a break through record which showcases a band who have polished their signature sound from years of touring.

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Thursday, November 13, 2014 - 7:00pm
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David Black is a Shepherdstown, WV based rapper. Inspired by the sounds of modern-day Alternative Hip-Hop scene, he delivers a style that has had him compared to everything from the Def Jam poets of the ‘90’s to J. Cole and Eminem. After releasing his debut EP ‘Final Arrival’ in the fall of 2013, he followed-up his underground success with the single ‘Got My Eyes On’ featuring Martinsburg, WV-based rapper Big-K, which garnered even more acclaim. Though mainly performing in the Jefferson County area, he has taken part in talent shows and concerts in Brooklyn, NY and Washington, D.C., the whole while representing the small town he’s from.
Also taking the stage this night are fellow hip-hop artists Law, Facez and Pink Moon!

Saturday, November 15, 2014 - 9:00pm
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Davina Sowers and the Vagabonds have created a stir on the national blues scene with their high-energy live shows, sharp-dressed professionalism, and Sowers’ commanding stage presence. With influences ranging from Fats Domino and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band to Aretha Franklin and Tom Waits, the band is converting audiences one show at a time, from Vancouver to Miami and across Europe. The band’s latest recording, 2011’s Black Cloud, was named one of the 10 best releases of the year by the Minneapolis Star & Tribune. In 2012 the band performed in 21 states and 6 countries in Europe, and the band is hard at work on a new record (due for release Fall 2013), spending time in the studio between tours.

 Something unique to this “blues” project is the instrumentation. This rollicking quintet is held together by Sowers’ keyboard playing, with acoustic bass, drums, and a spicy trumpet and trombone horn section. The group’s focused, clean sound and emphasis on acoustic instruments is novel to both blues and jazz worlds, and sets the show closer to New Orleans than to Chicago. This has set the Vagabonds apart at blues festivals in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Sighisoara, Romania, Sierre, Switzerland, Kemi, Finland, and 2012’s New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Davina and the Vagabonds will make their debut at the Monterey Jazz Festival this September.   Catch this one-of-a-kind live show while they are in town!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 9:00pm
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PitchBlak Brass Band is a Brooklyn-based 10-piece band whose style and sound represents hip-hop from the 1980s to present day. A collective of young musicians, composers and artists, PitchBlak embodies the contemporary and vibrant undercurrents of New York City. PitchBlak’s members have incredibly diverse musical backgrounds, allowing them to infuse hip-hop driven music with anything under the sun.

 

​PitchBlak has performed at such prestigious venues as The Kennedy Center, Brooklyn Bowl, Le Poisson Rouge, 92YTribeca, Southpaw, The Shrine, Toronto's NXNE Music Festival, Savannah Stopover Festival, Vermont’s legendary Nectar’s, Albany’s Red Square, and took home first prize at the 1st Annual Bob Stewart Tuba Competition. In addition to performing live, PitchBlak trains and mentors young musicians in community outreach programs and classrooms throughout the country.

 

PitchBlak released its debut album, You See Us, in fall 2013.

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Thursday, December 4, 2014 - 7:00pm
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First Thursday Artist Series Chelsea McBee Presents Tony Denikos and Georgie Jessup
"Tony Denikos' songwriting is filled with emotion and romanticism, moving from social commentary to small portraits of American life.... A good example of modern Americana and songwriting of noble birth."
--Fabio Cerbone -
-Italy
Some of my earliest memories are of riding along the country roads of central Maryland, singing songs like -- "Jack O' Diamonds" by Tex Ritter, "Born to Lose" by Ray Charles, "Caldonia" by Louis Jordan and "Pendulum Swings" by Roger Miller -- along with my Dad and sisters while my mom smiled at the landscape gliding by... A seed had been planted.
After years of playing pubs and bars in various configurations I decided it was time to record my first release Naked & Smiling (1999) and included a mix of songs I'd written over the years. The Washington Post reviewed it calling me a, "Tunesmith in the best sense of the word", and folks started coming out to hear the band that I put together during the recording. A tradition of recording hard-luck, real-life songs mixed with humor and wit was born. I get requests for tunes from this CD at live shows to this day.                                                                                                                                             
 Georgie Jessup has an extraordinary ability to encourage audiences to look deeply into their prejudices and other transgressions. Consequently, audiences tend to respond emotionally, if not always lovingly. Georgie has developed a successful career by challenging musical styles, personal identifications, and storybook history lessons. She has released five CD's: American Holocaust, Sweet Grass SmokeWinkte & Crazy Sacred DogsWoman in A Man's Suit, andWorking Class Hero. She is working on her sixth CD, Philosopher Dogs, scheduled release spring of 2014. Georgie also works for Anne Arundel County Public Schools in Early Childhood Intervention. Her work with autistic and children with behavior issues is considered “outstanding” by AACPS.
 
 
Friday, December 5, 2014 - 9:00pm
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Day of Show: $10

The Bumper Jacksons are a big, fat party. Hot and sweet, their early jazz and country repertoire paints America's story from New Orleans' brothels to Appalachian hollers. Unafraid to scrap together new sounds from forgotten 78's, the Bumper Jacksons boldly and elegantly balance paying homage to the traditions while fashioning their own unique, DIY style.  Deeply rooted in their love for early swing, blues, and old time country, Bumper Jacksons are playfully creative with their originals, re-imagining American roots music with both power and tenderness.  Recognized as the region's "Best Traditional Folk Band" at the 2013 Washington Area Music Awards, the Bumper Jacksons have positioned themselves squarely at the helm of the young roots music scene in DC and Baltimore, pioneering a new, fresh take on American music. Bursting at the seams with some of the richest threads of old America, Bumper Jacksons bring you into the center of a party where everyone's invited and the dance floor never sleeps.

 

 

Friday, December 19, 2014 - 9:00pm
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The Reckoning is a seven piece acoustic ensemble of seasoned musicians from all points of the tri-state area, creating acoustic music inspired by The Grateful Dead album, “Reckoning”.  These shows truly create an acoustic Grateful Dead experience.  It’s been an exciting year in 2012 for the Reckoning after playing 3 festivals and many spots all around the tri-state area.  The band is firing on all cylinders after a great start in 2013.  Selling out their first theatre performance, gaining lots of new fans and being mentioned on the David Gans radio show “The Golden Road” on Sirius Radio.  The shows are becoming a community of friends and strangers enjoying the music we all love.

Members: Eric Avey- Vocals and Guitar, Kate Avey- Vocals, Eric Fuller- Vocals and Guitar, Eric Wagaman- Vocals and Keys, Jason Darr- Percussion, Jared Wenerd- Bass, Todd Hocherl- Drums