Doors open at 8. Stone Driver 8:30-9:15 Sepia 9:30-10:30 Iritis 11-12 Going to be an epic show!!!
It's on like Kong party people, come check out Stone Driver in action at the Epicure Café on Saturday, October 3rd, starting around 7:00PM. Enjoy awesome music, incredible food, and great vibe of one of our absolutely favorite venues. Tickets are $5 at the door. Epicure offers Mediterranean food with a modern twist, as well as a gourmet musical pizza menu, written on Vinyl records. There is also a wonderful selection of beers on tap and in bottles, as well as an extensive wine list, all available by glass.
Stone Driver will be trying to make some rock & roll history of their own to be recorded at the National Archives in downtown DC! Brand new entertainment upstart powerhouse Pelonkey is hosting a fun filled gala event with a great mix of musical acts and features, please come out to show your support and check out a wide variety of other artists courtesy of the Pelonkey team!
Stone Driver & Sepia will be rocking on Memorial Day weekend at the Epicure Cafe in Fairfax, VA. Show starts at 6:00PM; make sure you come early for great food, cold drinks, and to soak up some rays on the roof top outdoor bar. Incredible food, drinks, atmosphere (indoors & outdoors), and music lined up for this sweet Memorial Day weekend event. Come on out for some fun!!!
Sounds Like: Queens of the Stone Age, Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix
Bio: Stone Driver is a critically acclaimed rock band based in Washington DC, with Chad Lesch, Tim Boyer, John Gossart, and Dan Epley.
Stone Driver pulls from a wide diversity of musical influences and genres, from Pink Floyd to Alice in Chains, blues rock to bluegrass, to create what we think is me...See Full Bio
“STONE DRIVER “DESCENT” Do you remember when music was free from irony? It has been a while, but there was a brief period in my youth where every band took the approach of Stone Driver. They just wanted to rock out with straightforward heartfelt songs. Music got a lot more complicated, and while better in some ways, we can be happy we still have bands that know how to rock. And Stone Driver does that plenty on this record, but offers a fair amount of variety within their sound. They have some psyche tones in ‘Prism’, offer acoustic moments, with different rhythms and guitar sounds throughout. They are a fairly new band on the DC scene, but they clearly have veteran players that know how to bring out the best in a song. If you want thoroughly modern slacker attitude, there are some choices on this list, but for real rock fans, check this out.”