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Hey Guys, Hope you can make it out to IOTA on Saturday, May 30th! I'll be starting the night out at 8:30 PM, followed by Drew Gibson, who's fresh off playing at the Birchmere. This should be a great show in one of the best listening venues in the DMV so if you're a DCer, cross the bridge for this one! If you an Arlingtonian, just walk out your front door! Hope to see you there :) FloSave
Hey There, I'm excited to be playing another of the nine singer/songwriter showcases in at Ebenezer's in DC on Friday June 5th. These nights feature nine different singer/songwriters playing in the round. Lineup isn't determined until the night of the show but each artist plays 2 songs, and then 1 more once the cycle has gone all the way through. Lots of times artists will collaborate on their original tunes which makes for some pretty cool remixes ;) Other artists on the bill for this show include: Justin Trawick Zia Hassan Cash & Earle Brandon Walker Wes Tucker Andres Gallego Zach Parkman Jasmine Gillison I'm friends with a fair amount of people on this bill so I can vouch for them and say it should be a good one ;) In case you haven't been to Ebenezer's before, they are a coffee shop located near Union Station with a really fantastic sound system downstairs. I believe this show is all ages. Hope you can come out! Ciao, FloTickets Save
Hey Guys! I'm super excited to be playing Celebrate Fairfax this year. I love this festival - it's always a great time and they have some great headliners. This year I'll be playing the Wegmans Uncorked stage from 3 until 3:45. I'm loving this slot, as the headliners for the day (the Amish Outlaws) are going on the MainStage at 4:30. That should give me just enough time to get myself packed and head over to the show! Wanna walk over with me? Come early and have a few drinks during my set! I'd love to see some friendly faces so I hope to see you there :) This show is all ages!Tickets Save
Hope you can make it out to 3rd Thursdays with Flo @ Jake's American Grille! Music runs 8:30-11 and this show is FREE so please come by, say hi, and tell your friends. I'll be playing downstairs in the Boiler Room, alongside everyone's favorite star-tender, Rob! Hope to see you there :)Save
Bio: Classically trained in voice, piano, and cello, Flo Anito began her singer/songwriter career at 16 when she got her hands on her first guitar. Already rewarded for her musicality with All-State recognition and roles in Summer-stock theatre, songwriting came naturally to this young talent who has ...See Full Bio
“The arts collide at the Atlas Intersections Festival By Sadie Dingfelder February 19 Purists beware. Few of the 120-plus dance, theater and music events at the sixth annual Atlas Intersections Festival fit neatly into a single category. (Full disclosure: The Washington Post is a festival sponsor.) Classical quartets throw in banjo or beat-boxing. Opera collides with improv comedy. Ballet dancers gyrate to hip-hop tunes. To help you make sense of it all, we present the handy diagram above. (Flo Anito Pop/Jazz overlap in Venn diagram) Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H St. NE; Fri. through March 7. Classically trained pianist Flo Anito writes upbeat pop music with a jazzy vibe.”