Entertainment

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AT THE GAZEBO:

 

Fiery Run Wine Festival

Fiery Run

10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Fiery Run is an acoustic, folk-rock trio based out of northern Virginia. Sharing a mutual love for songwriting, heavy harmonies, and mean guitar licks has allowed for a seamless joining of these three musicians. Coming from diverse backgrounds in music makes for a unique blend of genres that any audience can enjoy. Featuring Mark Clay on rhythm guitar and vocals, Heidi Budwash on vocals, and Ted Seely on lead guitar and vocals. This trio is sure to entertain and surprise listeners with their original tunes along with personalized renditions of well loved songs from yesterday and today.
Texas Chainsaw Horns

Texas Chainsaw Horns

2 pm – 5:30 pm.

The Texas Chainsaw Horns came together twelve years ago in the suburbs of Washington D.C. Members originate from all over the continent – Texas, NYC, Puerto Rico, Canada – but now maintain a family/home base in the DC/VA/MD area.  The main focus of the band is the tight, five-piece horn section featuring trumpeter/arranger Tony Murtha, whose work has been featured on American Idol, the NFL Super Bowl Halftime Show, the Disney Channel, Comedy Central’s Colbert Report, Orange County Choppers, and commercials for Subway and the Washington Nationals.  With almost a dozen members, the band draws on a wide variety of influences, ranging from Ray Charles and James Brown, to ZZ Top and The Tower of Power.  Whiskey & Knives, the band’s first CD, received the Washington Area Music Association’s (WAMA) Wammie award for Best Debut Recording of 2009. Beam Me Up Elvis, their follow up CD, features an additional 12 original songs and won another Wammie in 2012 for Best Blues / Traditional R& B Recording.  The band members are from various musical backgrounds and have done everything from touring with Sting to performing for the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

ON THE COURTHOUSE LAWN:

The Church Street Project

Noon – 2 pm

The Church Street Project began in 2005 simply as that, a project. No rules, no set members just a practice spot in a former church and theatre on Church Street. While many musicians have played within the Project, its current group of Artists consist of John Yeabower -drums, Amy Lelito-vocals and keyboards, Ian Moon-vocals and guitar, and Shae Parker-vocals and bass.

Three States Famous

Three States Famous

2 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Three State Famous is the culmination of stylistic influences ranging from Blues, to Rock, Hip-Hop, Funk, Jazz, and pretty much anything the mood strikes.