We’re launching not one but THREE band offspring to college in August, so by choice our summer is light on gigs.
We do have one coming up next month in Arlington, VA with our friends from the Guillotine Theater. Please consider coming out to Lubber Run Amphitheater on July 13 if you can; we’ll be doing our Civil War Songs and Letters show that night.
Know that we are working on new stuff, booking shows for the fall and winter now, and even preparing for our 10th Anniversary party/gig at a venue near [some of] you. More details on that as we hammer them down.
Amy, Belinda, Caryn, Jared, Marcy and Mike
Dead Men’s Hollow
This close to Halloween you can bet we’ll be dusting off the creepy stuff: murder ballads, ghost stories and the like. Our debut at the wonderful Corner Store, a fine venue in Amy’s hood. From 6:00 to 8:00pm. Ticket info coming soon.
We’ll know soon if we can offer up a few select tickets for purchase for this private-school benefit replete with barbecue and beer. Please sit tight!
We’re bringing Civil War Songs and Letters to this gorgeous venue. More information about the entire summer season as well as our gig can be found here.
Folks, we and our actor pals from Guillotine Theatre are bringing our Civil War Songs and Letters show on the road, this time to Frederick, Maryland’s Faux School. All the details and a ticket-buying link are here.
We’re thrilled to be returning to Old Town Alexandria on May 3 at 8:00 pm for another performance of Civil Wars Songs and Letters. Our actor pals from the Guillotine Theater will be there, sharing with the audience real letters written by those who witnessed the conflict on the battlefields or waiting anxiously at home. Tickets now available here.
We’re going back to one of the best listening rooms in the Old Dominion, this time with Drew Gibson and Gold Top County Ramblers. Tickets here! 12:30-4:30pm.
Check out this neat write-up of our February 15 show at the National Portrait Gallery here on Civil War Times‘ Facebook page.
Folks, we’re performing a special edition of our Civil War Songs and Letters show this Saturday as part of the the Portrait Gallery’s Presidents’ Family Day, which features activities for children and their parents and grandparents from 11:30am to 3:00pm. We’re on at 2:15 or thereabouts. As before, actors from the Guillotine Theater will be on hand to read actual Civil War-era letters written by soldiers, slaves and civilians. Between readings, we’ll perform songs of and about the period.
The Folklore Society of Greater Washington puts on this lovely event every winter, reminding us all that the summer – and the wicked cool Washington Folk Fest, slated for June 7 and 8 this year – is just a few more months away. Stay tuned to this page for specific details on our time slot and stage inside Takoma Park Middle School.