A Song & A Slice: The Honey Larks Benefiting HART Fund (FREE!)
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A Song & A Slice: A Socially Distanced Outdoor Concert Series
Please join us for our first outdoor concerts this summer, and help support some great causes! These are suggested donation shows, each benefitting a different cause chosen by the artist. The donations as well as $1 from every beer sold will go to those causes!
This series is here to celebrate the opening of Union Pie at Jammin Java, our newest pizza shop! You can enjoy our thin-crust pizza, loaded fries, salads, drinks and cocktails in our outdoor seating and limited-capacity indoor seating. We'll be serving food and drinks through the show!
Please wear a mask at all times to respect the distance to the people around you!
- Limited capacity, first come first served, weather permitting.
- Thank for coming to the show and supporting live music! In order to support the business and the cause, we ask that you respect our Two Item Minimum Purchase policy for all guests seated at tables. We appreciate your understanding as we make our way towards recovery!
Meet The Honey Larks. Roots music with fabulous vocal harmonies and girl hang conversation between tunes.
Shows designed to be a safe space for all music lovers, celebrate blues history, and inspire viewers. Featuring Carly Harvey (DC's Queen of the Blues), Black Betty (Blues Hall of Fame), and Holly Hontgomery (Grammy-Nominated)
C A R L Y
Based out of Washington, DC, Carly Harvey combines Blues, Jazz, Soul, & Americana roots styles to create a unique sound that calls to mind Etta James, Bonnie Raitt, Nina Simone, with a little Ella Fitzgerald thrown in for good measure. In July 2018, Ms. Harvey was featured in Big City Blues Magazine as one of the youngest Blues artists to watch.
Carly is a two-time DC Blues society Battle of the bands winner (duo 2016, band 2018) and was proclaimed DC's Queen of the Blues in 2016 by Dr. Nick Johnson of WPFW Radio. Carly's band represented DC in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis in January 2019 and advanced to the Semi-finals.
B E T T Y
Black Betty is a singer/songwriter and band leader in Washington, DC. Best known as the front-woman of the award-winning blues band Moonshine Society, her album Sweet Thing was named Best Self-Produced CD at the International Blues Challenge 2020 (presented by The Blues Foundation).
Betty has brought her band throughout the US (and China for over 50 performances in Shanghai), and she has shared the stage with notable artists including Warren Haynes, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, Jimmy Vivino, and others. She was inducted in to the Blues Hall of Fame in 2012.
H O L L Y
Holly Montgomery is a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter and bass player originally from Louisville, KY, transplanted to L.A. and then again to Washington DC. She’s recorded multiple albums of her own music and with other artists including Mustangs of the West, Ice Cube, Dan Bern, John Ford Coley, guitarist Randall Hall (Lynyrd Skynyrd), and drummer and rock legend Aynsley Dunbar (Journey, Frank Zappa, David Bowie, and Jefferson Starship).
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