Trivia Every Tuesday Night at 7PM // Bluegrass Open JAM first & third Wednesday of Every Month at 7PM
Bassist Dave Brumberg (The Brummy Brothers), Guitarist Lowell Nickey, and Mandolinist Trevor DuBose bring their unique, funky spin on Bluegrass to The Moonshadow Café! Join us for our debut live performance!!
Opening the show is Thomas, WV local REBECCA WUDARSKI
You might recognize her for being a fantastic painter and overall amazing person, but have you heard her play guitar and sing?? Do not miss out!
Loosen your belt and tighten your laces, The Allegheny Ramblers will be firing off some of your pappy's favorite tunes just in time for supper. Grab a date (gently), load the family in the woody, or come by yourself, because this is certain to be a night full of friendship and laughter with a folkin' double-header that you don't want to miss!!! Call to make reservations so you don't miss out on Moonshadow's delicious dining and craft brews, because The Allegheny Ramblers really know how to pack the place. Opening up for The Allegheny Ramblers will be Sweet Maple Singers, a harp and fiddle duet from Lemoyne, PA.
EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOW!!!
The Terah Crawford Band is based in Deep Creek Lake Maryland. Combining their love for mountain music with classic rock, outlaw country and just a touch a folk, they’ve created their own style of playing. Check them out all over Garrett County, MD and surrounding areas to enjoy their homegrown Appalachian Folk Rock ways.
Opening the show is Oakland local, TREVOR GETSON!
Still Brewing Band formed its musical roots deep in the heart of western Appalachia. Their music is a potent new mash of modern rock-a-billyblues influenced by the symbolic ballads of sweet dixieland. One sip of this band's high test concoction and you will find yourself stomping on the planks and howlin at moon.
Soup Camel has been playing guitar and singing since he was 13. He grew up in a small town in NJ in the 50' and 60's and was influenced by ALL the music of that era including his Dad's Pete Foutain records, his Mom's Broadway Musical records and even Lawrence Welk. His life has been a long muscial journey which has settled into the sounds of early American Blues and Jazz (ca. 1900-1940). He loves to sing, he loves to play guitar, and he aint afraid to yodel.
Kimberlee Thorne has been involved in music since the day she was born. Her father, Henry Thorne, was the band director at Rivesville High School in Rivesville, WV. She has played music and sung all over the country and has many credits to her name including a stint in Nashville at Opryland.
Motown Minnie has been around music since High School and was married to well-known luthier, Gilbert Stiles. Gilbert was the one who got her interested in the bass and bought her Ruby Red, a 1930's Kay bass.
Alan Martin, aka the Beat Doctor, retired from Soup Camel Music on October 24, 2015.
David Insley, otherwise known as Delta Dave has been playing harmonica for years but is also a virtuoso on the clarinet. His early clarinet days included a stint in the Baltimore Colts Marching Band.
Chris Matthews, the youngest member of the group, has been involved in music most of his life and can play many different instruments but his fiddle-playing is what we like most. He rounds out the group and gives Soup Camel Music that "Americana" flavor.
Craig Miller Trio is part hard-driving bluegrass and part Appalachia-cyborg. Consisting of Craig Miller (guitar), Sam Guthridge (banjo/mandolin) and Todd Hocherl (drums) from regional act Grand Ole' Ditch, the music is steeped in the tradition of grinnin' whilst pickin'. Interesting rhythms rumble from a drum kit and the 11 strings on stage are ebbin and flowin their way through tunes ranging from John Prine covers to weird improvisational iterations meandering around and inspired by the oxygen shared by all in attendance. If you require a side of cool exploration with your main course of Americana then you need to come quench your thirst on some of these fine folks.
Cutting his teeth on the thriving mid Atlantic and Appalachian festival circuit, Maryland rural roads, a thriving and robust local music scene, and some of the MVDC region's premier music venues, multi instrumentalist , Singer and songwriter Andrew Roulette is always ready for musical gun slinging. As a solo act or in concert with other musicians, his smooth style and technical expertise mark him as a rising force. be it waterfall mandolin riffs, bluesy guitar licks or haunting lap steel accompaniment , his warm and welcoming vibe insures that there is something up his sleeve everyone.
Risen from the ashes of keg-fueled house parties and sweaty bars of College Park, MD, Box Era has planted itself as a staple in the up-and-coming DMV music scene. Creating a jam-inspired electro-pop and funk blend, Box Era’s music arms you with every tool necessary to go talk to that special someone you’ve been eyeing up. You’ll find yourself dancing the night away, shaking hands with CEOs, and experiencing the juiciest sweet-and-sour jamwich of your life.
With a debut EP right round the corner, Box Era is gearing up for an explosive 2017. From word of mouth alone, the band has already supported national headliners and conquered renowned venues across the region. The party is only going to grow. There’s a saxophone, a talkbox, and two pairs of glasses. There’s magic, youth, and the most unique sound you’ve heard since The Bangles. Box Era is the story of four boys wandering the halls of Xanadu, forever in search of sweet cream.