New Meetup: Lincoln Crockett House Concert

From: David
Sent on: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 1:44 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Live Shows VA / DC / MD Concerts & Clubs!

What: Lincoln Crockett House Concert

When: Saturday, June 26,[masked]:15 PM

Home of Erin & Ben
3115 Hall Ct
Falls Church, VA 22042

$20 RSVP Required as limited seating

Folk - Bluegrass - Jazz - Funk

For those of you that don't know anything about Lincoln or his music, he is the mandolin player and songwriter for the NW region's well-known progressive bluegrass band, Cross-Eyed Rosie. In 2007 he released his second solo album, Angels & Devils Alike, which received rave reviews. The Oregonian said, "Crockett has released a new solo project that radiates all that's good about the progressive side of bluegrass. A sterling mandolin picker, guitarist and compelling singer, he has produced a 12-song piece of work that new-grassers will gravitate to like moths to a porch light." His music combines folk, bluegrass, jazz and funk to produce something unique and mesmerizing.

Lincoln has been professionally touring the Pacific NW and beyond for several years, has graced numerous national stages like Telluride Bluegrass Festival and Northwest String Summit, played with other 'jerseyed' performers like Tony Furtado and Scott Law, opened for Page McConnell from Phish at Portland's Aladdin Theater, and was recently the featured Artist on River City Folk, a nationally syndicated radio program with folk ?Godfather? Tom May. To listen to Lincoln's music, you can visit his website at and the player at the bottom of your screen will start right up!

Also, a little on house concerts for the uninitiated: A house concert is a chance to experience music in a warm and intimate and magical environment. It's when someone opens up their home and invites you into their living room to share in a performance by one of their favorite musicians. It's a chance to meet the performers and get them to sign their CD. A house concert is also a great social evening of friends and neighbors. The proceeds of house concerts go to the musicians and they are a vital part of making a living as an independent touring musician. Thank you for your support!

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