Hope For Henry Rocks Benefit Concert feat. Marah – Tickets – Jammin Java – Vienna, VA – February 25th, 2017

Hope For Henry Rocks Benefit Concert feat. Marah

Hope For Henry Rocks Benefit Concert feat. Marah

Saturday February 25, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

GA $50 | Premier Plus $100

This event is all ages

• Full dinner and drink menu available

• The Premier Plus section is a raised area with great views and reserved seats and tables. There is a  dedicated server for faster service

Hope for Henry Rocks
Hope for Henry Rocks
This is fundraiser for Hope For Henry featuring Marah.

Hope for Henry Rocks features acclaimed musicians who perform private, live shows at premier music venues to raise funds to support our work to make life better for the sickest children in our community. Hope for Henry is reinventing how hospitals care for seriously ill children and their families through innovative programs that entertain, reduce stress and empower children to be active participants in their own care. With the support of Hope for Henry, young patients smile more, are happier, and their overall spirit and attitude toward treatment improves.
Marah
Marah
Featuring the Bielanko brothers, David and Serge, along with Mike "Slo-Mo" Brenner, Adam Garbinski and Dave Peterson.

The best rock band in America," Stephen King wrote in Entertainment Weekly, after choosing Marah's "If You Didn't Laugh, You'd Cry" as 2005's best album of the year. "Quite possibly the best rock band in America," said USA Today, after Marah's triumphant appearance at 2006's Bonnaroo Music Festival. "I can hear everything I ever loved about rock music in their recordings and their live shows," Nick Hornby wrote in The New York Times. Get the idea? Theis band has certainly has its share of true believers…Tons of them (not to mention some of them are famous authors).

That's why it makes perfect sense when, at the opening of their 2006 live DVD, Sooner or Later in Spain, the first music heard is "Amazing Grace" sung by the band in the backstage hallway. Rock and roll as a religious experience is an overused cliché, but watching this live footage of a Marah concert, it's easy to see why.
Marah's latest album, "Marah Presents Mountain Minstrelsy of Pennsylvania," was made on a Studer 8 Track tape machine and mastered directly to a vinyl lathe. "Mountain Minstrelsy is a collection of raw and unprocessed tape recordings (by today's standards) and that was the whole idea. Here we play together and all at once, one mic bleeding into the next right down the line," said Bielanko who feels that the limitations of the old technology line up perfectly with the spirit of folk music. "There's nothing casual when tape is rolling. You're forced to make it happen in that moment. There's a tension and sense of urgency in the room that I have never experienced in the digital world. Beyond that we approached this as if we were making any other rock and roll album."
Venue Information:
Jammin Java
227 Maple Ave E
Vienna, VA, 22180
https://jamminjava.com/