Paul Pfau + Hey Monea
Saturday April 08, 2017
Doors: 4:00 pm / Show: 5:00 pmJammin Java
GA $15 | Premier $18 | Premier Plus $18
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 servicehttp://www.jamminjava.com/event/1421206/
Paul Pfau (rhymes with "wow") is an award-winning singer-songwriter from the rural hills of western Maryland. His sound is often likened to a fusion between John Mayer and Michael Buble because of his crooning voice and tasteful guitar playing. In 2011 Paul was nominated Best New Artist by the Washington Area Music Association, opened for The Lumineers, and jammed with the Beach Boys. In 2012 he began recording his debut full-length album, Happy To Be, with double-platinum recording engineer Sean Russell (Bruno Mars), which was mixed and mastered by grammy-award-winning engineers Jeff Juliano (John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Dave Matthews Band) and Brad Blackwood (Maroon 5, Keith Urban, O.A.R). In 2013 Happy To Be won a WAMMIE for Debut Album of the Year. Currently, Paul is touring the country performing at some of the nations most prestigious clubs, colleges, and music festivals.
For brothers Dan and Nate Monea and longtime friend Adam Orin, their time is meant to be spent doing what they love – writing, recording and performing music. “Even though Nate was just 13 and I was 16 when we played our first show, I knew music would be our life”, says Dan. That passion was affirmed in 2012, when this childhood trio from Cleveland, Ohio were selected to open for Bruce Springsteen to perform in front of 60,000 fans during Hard Rock Calling’s summer music festival in London’s Hyde Park. The band secured this opportunity by winning Hard Rock’s worldwide battle of the bands, besting over 12,000 other bands from around the world. Since then, Hey Monea has shared the stage with many of their musical heroes: ranging from the Bare Naked Ladies and the Goo Goo Dolls to the Doobie Brothers, Lady Antebellum, and Kid Rock. These influences resonate deeply in their music and was captured efficiently by legendary Grammy winning producer Dennis Herring (Counting Crows, Elvis Costello, Modest Mouse) on the bands' major label debut, Cheap Souvenirs, in late 2013. The band spent two years living on the road in support of Cheap Souvenirs, playing club dates and festivals across the country, as well as opening Bronze Radio Return’s entire 2014 Summer tour. On the heels of all of that activity, Hey Monea elected to seclude themselves away in a cabin in Florida to write, record and self-produce their newest release, entitled “The Fifty.” The record is meant to serve as a hearty homage to the United States, as Daniel Monea offers "not only is the American landscape the backdrop for our lives, it's the inspiration as well. With every new city comes different food, different culture, different nature, and most importantly different people who live entirely unique lives.” Nate Monea adds “it’s our privilege as a band, being able to travel and see new and diverse parts of the country. We try to use that inspiration, and this new album reflects that.” Hey Monea doesn’t consider themselves patriots in a traditional sense – as Daniel puts it, "We love America for the greasy spoons, farmers daughters, and fishing holes. For the people we meet along the way and for the freedom we all enjoy…” The songs on “The Fifty” reflect that love deeply on tunes like “Honey, I Do”, a devotional love song that, according to Adam Orin, “takes a few risks and doesn’t fit into a specific mold”. America is the land of opportunity, and on “Filthy Rich”, the band laments “late model cars and paper plates” and the other trappings of a band who aspires to break through. The calypso-tinged “Buenos Noches” addresses how love might, at timed, bridge the language barrier in our diverse country. “The Fifty” is due for a late summer release on independent imprint Noble Steed Music, and the band intends to tour with all of the enthusiasm reflected on this new, youthful batch of recordings. Find out more at http://www.heymonea.com/ and on social media.
Grant Stinnett is a fast rising star. He is regularly traveling halfway across the world to teach and perform in places like Brazil, Austria, or anywhere in the USA. Grant's music is an eclectic combination of acoustic, pop, contemporary finger-style, on electric bass and acoustic guitar. Grant is also a leading pioneer of altered tunings, contemporary techniques, and d-tuners on the bass guitar.
227 Maple Ave E
Vienna, VA, 22180
227 Maple Ave E
Vienna, VA, 22180