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- Fri, Mar 14 8:00pm (The Lloyd Dobler Effect) Check Availability $6.00
- Sun, Mar 16 7:30pm (Blue Moon Big Band) Check Availability $5.00
- Wed, Mar 19 7:30pm (Mycah Chevalier) Check Availability $10.00
- Thu, Mar 27 7:30pm (Nick Moss) Check Availability $10.00
- Wed, Apr 2 7:30pm (Ori Naftaly Band) Check Availability $9.00
- Wed, Apr 9 7:30pm (Lyndsey Highlander) Check Availability $7.50
- Thu, Apr 24 7:30pm (Four Freshmen) Check Availability $12.50
- Wed, May 14 7:30pm (Side By Side) Check Availability $10.00
- Wed, May 21 7:30pm (Doors Wide Open) Check Availability $5.00
We arrived one hour early (not two, as suggested) and had no trouble getting a table front and center on a Tuesday night. You'll need more time to find a parking space; Bethesda is a challenge--public parking attached to the Cheltenham apartments next door to the venue.info • Jun 12 2013 star this tip starred
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March 14, 2014: The Lloyd Dobler Effect
The band consists of Phil Kominski (vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo, bodhran drum), Chris Bruno (mandolin, vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar), Carlos Nalda (Congas, bongos, percussion, Irish Tin flutes), Patrick Hughes (bass and vocals) and Donnie Williams (drums and percussion). They'll also welcome a guest singer on a few songs: Elizabeth Coyle Kominski.
March 16, 2014: Blue Moon Big Band
Blue Moon Big Band is an authentic 1940s style swing orchestra specializing in the timeless music of the great American big band era. The band appeared in the 2009 cinema release, My One and Only starring Renee Zellweger, Kevin Bacon, and Chris Noth, and has also performed at both live and recorded television and radio events, including a 2002 feature presentation on National Public Radio. Its music has been played on over 60 radio stations across the U.S. and the ensemble's recorded six CDs, with sales in all 50 U.S. states and 12 international territories. This show features a dance floor.
March 19, 2014: The Mycah Chevalier Experience
Blessed with an irresistible and soulful voice, Mycah is in a class all her own. She's shared the stage with noted artists such as The Whispers, Patti Labelle, Luther Vandross, JaRule and Arturo Sandoval, to name a few. In addition to her debut solo project Roux’s Fantasy, she is the lead female vocalist for the group guiltypleasures, whose debut single "Anticipation (The Remix)" has been in steady rotation on WHUR 96.3FM’s Original Quiet Storm since April 2010. In 2012, Mycah released her single and re-make of the Duke Ellington/John Coltrane jazz classic “In A Sentimental Mood."
March 27, 2014: Nick Moss -- Album Release Tour
Nick Moss learned to love the gritty Chicago blues of the 1970s while playing with real deal bluesmen, first as one of Buddy Scott’s Rib Tips, then with Jimmy “Fast Fingers” Dawkins. He mastered the subtleties of golden-age postwar electric blues with Willie “Big Eyes” Smith, and later spent three years as guitarist with the great Jimmy Rogers. These apprenticeships served him well when he started his own band, Nick Moss and the Flip Tops. The growth in his vision was achieved over the arc of seven genuinely authentic blues albums, recognized by a total of 16 BMA nominations.
April 2, 2014: Ori Naftaly Band
The Ori Naftaly Band is the Best Israeli Blues Act and IBC Semi-Finalists for 2013. In a very short time this extremely talented band has gained international recognition and support from the international blues community and by an extended fan base, located in the U.S., Holland, Germany, India and other countries. Since its release, their album Happy for Good has reached the top 5 in the International Blues Radio Airplay Charts, and they're booked for summer 2014 at the Greeley Blues Jam Festival, Blues from the Top Festival and Mount Baker Blues Festival.
April 9, 2014: Lyndsey Highlander
Like a breath of fresh air, 24 year old Lyndsey Highlander arrived in Nashville from the antebellum town of Providence Forge, VA, near the Chickahominy River. From an early age, Lyndsey was known for her precocious musical talents; it was just a matter of time before she would share her gifts with the world.
April 24, 2014: The Four Freshman
The Four Freshmen perform with that same unmistakable sound of the original group – a vocal harmony like no other. As the 22nd incarnation of the one and only Four Freshmen, their longevity proves they are doing it right! In concert they perform seminal Freshmen classics.
May 14, 2014: Side by Side
Doris Justis and Sean McGhee are celebrating May 14 as the exact date that they met and decided to form a folk duo 30 years ago! Paul Prestopino and Ron Greenstein, accompanists for The Chad Mitchell Trio and Peter, Paul and Mary will join them. Side by Side is noted for their close vocal harmonies and guitars backing their original interpretations of the best folk/acoustic songwriters and performers. The duo has shared the stage with a who’s who of folk: Tom Paxton, Schooner Fare, The Chad Mitchell Trio, Noel Paul Stookey and Peter Yarrow (of Peter, Paul & Mary), Mary Chapin Carpenter, Bill Danoff, Jon Carroll, Christine Lavin and the Limeliters among many others.
May 21, 2014: Doors Wide Open
Performing jazz, funk, fusion, and a touch of R&B, Doors Wide Open will take you on a musical journey through time and genres of music and will leave you wanting more.