Aug 31

Neville Street Groove – Summer 2024

Jammin Java All Ages
Doors 7PM | Show 8PM

About the event

Neville Street Groove (NSG) is a familiar sound reinventing itself for a new era.  Once a hard-working regional touring band from Pittsburgh and DC, the group has returned from a gap in the time-space continuum to rock once again with an evolved approach to the same music that endeared them to local audiences back in the 1990s.  Their lively originals are based on the blues, rock, jam band, folk, prog, and jazz sounds they absorbed from records and tapes while growing up. They also dole out authentic takes on favorite songs by the likes of Taj Mahal, Grateful Dead, Traffic, Allman Brothers Band, and James Cotton.

NSG’s lineup includes Rich Bindell on vocals and percussion, Dave Dutwin on guitar, Marc Simoncelli on harmonica and keyboards, Terry McKain on bass, Anne Albright on vocals, John Cordiano on drums, and Sandy Simoncelli on vocals.

Throughout their time in the 90s, NSG recorded three original albums with songs that melded the time-honored blues and rock traditions with an improvisational approach, giving audiences a foundation to dance and sing along to with ample room to stretch out and explore.

The band once shared stages with notable acts including The James Cotton Blues Band, Danny Gatton, New Riders of the Purple Sage, The Edgar Winter Group, Ekoostik Hookah, New Potato Caboose, and Meryl Saunders. With their efforts currently focused on writing new material, NSG is only playing a few shows each year, mostly in the DC area.

After a successful reunion show at Jammin’ Java last summer, NSG will be back in the house for another jam-packed night on Saturday, August 31st.  The show will feature original music from their three albums, as well as their own takes on some familiar rock, soul, R&B, and jam band songs. Who knows, they might even break out some of their new material, so don’t miss out on this show!

This show is at Jammin Java

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227 Maple Ave East
Vienna, VA 22180
(703) 255-1566