With two International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainer of the Year awards, The Gibson Brothers take music that is traditional and make it revelatory, lighthearted, and profound.ADAM DODD & WILL JACOBS Thursday, October 26, 2017 8 p.m.A truly independent artist, with "Stay" Loeb became the first pop musician to have a Number 1 single without a recording contract.Her subsequent career has not betrayed this early promise, with gold-selling albums, a Grammy nomination, and successful forays into acting and voiceover work.Tickets Fusing comedy, magic, and juggling into a captivating and hilarious combination, Kevin Lee has twice been voted "Washington DC's Funniest Comedian" by 's Date Lab, is a native of Potomac, Maryland.Hailed as "one of the top two South Asian comics in the world to watch" by comedian Russell Peters, Nathan draws on her experiences growing up as an Indian American girl in the D. suburbs, from "raising two immigrant parents" and dating to pursuing the universal quest for love, understanding, and a good pair of undies. Tickets - As the lead guitarist for Jethro Tull, Martin Barre has spent the last 43 years honing a distinctive and melodic guitar sound that has left an indelible mark on rock history.
Channeling his world travels from his fingers to the keys, López-Nussa's music is elegant, familiar, and fresh. Nellie Mc Kay's music is as joyful and fresh as her demeanor and onstage personality.
With a distinctive brand of clever humor that ranges from the insightful to the irreverent, Jacobs knows how to keep the audience laughing.
He has shared the stage with comedy greats like Bob Saget and D. HAROLD LÓPEZ-NUSSA TRIO Friday, October 27, 2017 8 p.m.
BETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE, MD - From AMP by Strathmore: October at AMP opens with a rare treat—ambassador of the Great American Songbook Michael Feinstein playing an intimate set to kick off a new yearlong partnership with Strathmore.
The month doesn't slow down from there, with two sets by pop singer Lisa Loeb, the first in a trio of nostalgia-driven concerts by female singer-songwriters that include Paula Cole and Nellie Mc Kay.