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Concerts for August, 2016


Friday, August 5th 
Mark Kroos
 
8:00 PM @ the Muddy Creek Music Hall in Historic Bethania Mill
5455 Bethania Rd, W-S  27106 Cover: $12/$10 F&B members 
 
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Mark Kroos plays 2 guitar necks at the same time. Originally from Lansing, MI but currently based in Charlotte, NC he is one of the only people in the world touring his trade. His primarily instrumental style is characterized by open harmonies, polyphonic textures, incredible tapping technique, and is as entertaining to watch as it is to listen to. Live performances burst with energy and magnetism not typical of solo guitar music. Drawing influence from folk, Celtic, indie, and even punk rock artists as well as other great guitarists such as Michael Hedges, Tommy Emmanuel and Leo Kottke, Mark Kroos has developed his own edge to the acoustic guitar.

Click on his image to go to his website.

 

Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf

Click on her image to go to her website.

Just Plain Folks honored him with the 2001 Songwriter of the Year award. He was a finalist in the 2011 USA Songwriting Competition. For five consecutive years he was the Susan Lucci of the South Florida Folk Festival, earning a place as a finalist before winning Best Overall in 2002. SingOut! has praised his “… heartfelt, inspired songwriting … with a delivery both biting and assured.” - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpufClick on Dave's image to go to his website.


Friday, August 19th 
The Early Mays
 
8:00 PM @ the Muddy Creek Music Hall in Historic Bethania Mill
5455 Bethania Rd, W-S  27106 Cover: $15/$13 F&B members 
 
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The Early Mays “bring traditional and original material to spectacular life” (Cindy Howes, Folk Alley/WYEP) with Appalachian-inspired songs built on deep country sensibilities, masterful singing and a sweet old-time sound. They burst on to the scene with a #2 debut on the National Folk-DJ charts: an eponymous album where fiddle, banjo and guitar are the backdrop to heart-melting three part vocal harmonies. Emily  Pinkerton, Ellen Gozion and Rachel Eddy share songs based in a love of American tradition, while also exploring their own creative voices. All three are celebrated solo artists who bring their rich and carefully honed craft to The Early Mays.

Click on their image to go to their website

 

Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf

Click on her image to go to her website.

Just Plain Folks honored him with the 2001 Songwriter of the Year award. He was a finalist in the 2011 USA Songwriting Competition. For five consecutive years he was the Susan Lucci of the South Florida Folk Festival, earning a place as a finalist before winning Best Overall in 2002. SingOut! has praised his “… heartfelt, inspired songwriting … with a delivery both biting and assured.” - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpufClick on Dave's image to go to his website.

Concerts for September, 2016


Friday, September 2nd 
Richard Gilewitz
 
8:00 PM @ the Muddy Creek Music Hall in Historic Bethania Mill
5455 Bethania Rd, W-S  27106 Cover: $12/$10 F&B members 
 
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Richard has performed for Fiddle & Bow several times over the years and audiences have enjoyed his great guitar work and his droll sense of humor. Whether on 6 or 12-string guitar, Richard has mastered many styles based on his early music listening which ranged from the Beatles, to J.S. Bach, to John Fahey, to Andres Segovia. 

He honed his skills in the late ‘70’s while at the University of Alabama and began performing on the coffee house circuit. By the ‘80’s he had moved to Florida and abandoned corporate life to perform full-time.  He released his first album during this time, “Somewhere In Between.”

Click on his image to go to his website.

 

Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf

Click on her image to go to her website.

Just Plain Folks honored him with the 2001 Songwriter of the Year award. He was a finalist in the 2011 USA Songwriting Competition. For five consecutive years he was the Susan Lucci of the South Florida Folk Festival, earning a place as a finalist before winning Best Overall in 2002. SingOut! has praised his “… heartfelt, inspired songwriting … with a delivery both biting and assured.” - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpufClick on Dave's image to go to his website.


Friday, September 23rd 
Seth Glier with Joe Nerney
 
8:00 PM @ the Muddy Creek Music Hall in Historic Bethania Mill
5455 Bethania Rd, W-S  27106 Cover: $15/$13 F&B members 
 
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A Grammy nominee and social activist, Seth is “an adept song craftsman and elegantly emotional vocalist...harkening back to the early  pop/rock traditional of Billy Joel and early Springsteen” (iTunes Editorial). Backing himself on guitar or piano, Seth is ably backed on  vocals and saxophone by his traveling companion Joe Nerney.

Seth is also an outspoken advocate for autism awareness and has been a National spokesperson for autism awareness organization Autism Speaks. His song “Love Is a Language” was inspired by his non-verbal autistic brother.

Click on his image to go to his website.

 

Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf
Kipyn Martin is an emerging Americana singer/songwriter whose roots sink into the banks of the Shenandoah River. She currently plays festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses, and house concerts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Kipyn's accolades include earning Gold Awards in recent Mid-Atlantic Song Contests for her songs "Dance Across the Sky" and "Nightbird", as well as having won the Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) Award for New Artist of the Year. A vitality of voice, both poetic and musical, makes this woman a performing artist not to be missed. - See more at: http://www.kipynmartin.com/bio/#sthash.pCwV2ArS.dpuf

Click on her image to go to her website.

Just Plain Folks honored him with the 2001 Songwriter of the Year award. He was a finalist in the 2011 USA Songwriting Competition. For five consecutive years he was the Susan Lucci of the South Florida Folk Festival, earning a place as a finalist before winning Best Overall in 2002. SingOut! has praised his “… heartfelt, inspired songwriting … with a delivery both biting and assured.” - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpuf
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dave Nachmanoff saw Al Stewart live for the first time at Royal Albert Hall in London in 1985 and in 2006 came back and performed with him. At the age of ten he played with Libba Cotten (“Freight Train”). He’s led songwriting workshops for many groups, from German school children to the Silcocks, a family with 44 adopted boys. In addition, he’s a heckofa songwriter in styles ranging from folk to pop who’s sold over 20,000 recordings. Dave’s the father of two and writes custom songs for weddings and other special occasions. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival, and the Edmonton Folk Festival. Oh, and he’s got a doctorate in Philosophy. That he earned in his spare time. - See more at: http://www.davenach.com/bio/#sthash.L8ZHEePs.dpufClick on Dave's image to go to his website.

Eventbrite - Fiddle & Bow Presents Seth Glier

Upcoming Concerts and Events

Coming in October, 2016
 
October 2nd - Special Sunday Show - Richie & Rosie - Hailing from Ithaca, NY, banjo player Richie Sterns (The Horse Flies, Donna the Buffalo) and fiddler Rosie Newton (The Duhks) are a really mesmerizing duo, playing mostly old-time/Appalachian styled originals with their distinct, syncopated rhythmic style. They've been playing together across the country and beyond since 2012.  Cover: $15/$13 F&B members
 
 
October 7th - Sarah McQuaid - Great guitar work and warm vocals from this Cornwall-based artist.  Cover: $15/$13 F&B members
 
 
October 14th - Brooks Williams - Outstanding singer/songwriter and one of the best guitarists you'll ever hear.  Please note; this show is scheduled on the second Friday of the month, as opposed to our usual third Friday so we would not miss Brooks.  Cover: $15/$13 F&B members
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

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