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Bio: I am a freelance Frederick, Maryland based keyboard player fluent in a variety of styles including blues, rock, country, jazz, R&B and reggae. Although my main focus is piano and organ, I can also embellish with strings, horns and synth and I can sing lead and backup vocals. I am a quick study ... See Full BioMore Info
Fast Eddie & the Slowpokes will be performing at the Old Bowie Town Grille. We play Chicago, West Coast, Swing, and Jump Blues peppered with Blue-Eyed Soul. We even throw in some Santana, Beatles and Stones for good measure. The band features 'Fast' Eddie Crowley on harp and vocals, 'Long Lanky' Larry Younkins on guitar and vocals, the beautiful Scotty Chadwick on drums and goat sounds, James 'Cookie Monster' Cook on bass and yours truly, 'Dangerous' Dave Gorozdos on keyboards and vocals. We've been working on some new songs, so if you haven't heard us in a while, come on down and party with us! The Old Bowie Town Grille offers a full dinner menu and the service is outstanding, so come early and sup while you listen to the band. I highly recommend the steaks and fresh seafood. The food is delicious and the service is superior.
Every Monday night, the stripped down version of Capital Blues Ensemble preforms in the Basin Street Lounge at the Two Nineteen Restaurant in Historic Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Come on out and sip your favorite adult beverage while enjoying some great old school dance grooves, all swung hard and fast or smoothed with jazz finesse, combining steel strings, wooden sticks, brass, reeds, red hot tubes, ebony and ivory, and stories of sex, love, death, revenge, lost hearts, lost lives and lost money. Everyone can relate, everyone can get into it. Everyone should! The line-up for Mondays usually includes Johnny V. guitar and vocal, Paul Mastradone on guitar and vocal, Neal Herron on harp, Bill Carey on bass and vocal, Art McKinney on drums, and Dave Gorozdos on keyboards and vocal. Since 1979, the Basin Street Lounge at the 219 Restaurant has been providing great blues and jazz entertainment. They specialize in New Orleans style French-Creole food combined with Southern hospitality. With a huge whiskey list and a carefully gathered cigar selection, this is one of the most elegant and cozy cigar lounges in town.
The Capital Blues Ensemble will be performing outside on the patio at the Buckeystown Pub on Saturday, July 19th, starting at 6:30 pm. Come on out and enjoy some great old school dance grooves, all swung hard and fast or smoothed with jazz finesse, combining steel strings, wooden sticks, brass, reeds, red hot tubes, ebony and ivory, and stories of sex, love, death, revenge, lost hearts, lost lives and lost money. The band features 'Johnny V' on guitar and vocal, Paul Mastradone on guitar and vocal, Bill Carey on bass and vocal, Neal Herron on harp, Greg Meyer on sax, Gary Hendrickson on trumpet, Art McKinney on drums and David Gorozdos on keyboards and vocal. The Buckeystown Pub is a friendly, neighborhood pub, serving great food and fine music in a relaxed atmosphere. The menu features crab cakes, crab soup, salads, burgers, along with a full dinner menu. Buckeystown Pub is located at 6803 Michaels Mill Rd., Buckeystown, MD.
Caroline Ferrante & the Whole Magilla will be hosting an acoustic Americana jam at the Mansion on O Street in Washington, DC from 11 am until 2 pm. Bring your instrument and participate, or just come to listen. Caroline's unique blend of originals are interspersed with hootenanny Americana, gritty Chicago blues, lyrical contemporary folk, eighties covers, and light jazz. She loves to interact with the crowd, and always entertains! Joining Caroline will be Olivia Ferrante on vocals and percussion, Neal Herron on harmonica, Ken Romelli on cajon, and David Gorozdos on piano. Admission is free, but registration is required to attend or participate in this fantastic gem. Register at http://www.omuseum.org/jammin. The Mansion on O Street is an American luxury boutique hotel in the Dupont Circle historic district of Washington D.C. The hotel is noted for eccentric interior styling which includes hidden doors, secret passages, and rooms in which all furnishings and fixtures are for sale. The four-story building contains guest rooms, a private Social club, the O Street Museum Foundation and a conference center. The address is 2020 O St NW, Washington, DC. The website is http://www.omuseum.org/museum/about/creative_process/