Only in his 30’s, Warren Wolf has already played with notable jazz greats: Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra; Christian McBride (bass); Jeremy Pelt (trumpet) and “Creation”; Cyrus Chestnut; Peter Martin (piano) and many others
Formed in 1996, the Chesapeake Brass Band is comprised of amateur and professional musicians from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware. The band performs a varied repertoire of contemporary and traditional brass band music throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Skillful picking and expert three-part harmonies are just part of what you can expect from The Whiskey Rebellion, who have been plying their brand of high-energy acoustic music for the last 8 years. The band has recorded two original albums and shared the stage with the Sam Bush Band and Carolina Chocolate Drops.
Local photographer James Craig presents the culmination of three years on Easter Island, the land of the giant stone statues, between 2006 and 2016. Program includes slides, videos, talk, stories from the island, Rapanui music and more. Ticket holders will receive a free signed copy of Jim’s book. Plus, someone will take home their choice of framed print from the accompanying exhibit.
The Kent Miller Quartet is a kind of big band, straight-ahead jazz throwback — but in the best way. The D.C.-based acoustic bassist draws together his crew — tenor saxophonist Benny Russell, pianist Darius Scott, and percussionist Robert Shahid — to own the traditional genre, with a few delightful detours along the way."
Veteran country performer, Scotty Williams, takes the audience back in time to the early 1990s when Garth Brook’s music saturated the airwaves and his performances dominated country music awards, including winning the “Artist of the ‘90s” award.