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Performing outdoors for an in-person gathering and simulcast online.


Eric Scott is a Maryland-based singer-songwriter and bassist who blends clarity, kindness and soul. He performs funky, upbeat, socially aware music with a folk sensibility. He has won 17 DC Wammie Awards, and his latest hit, “Peace Bomb,” won gold in the hip-hop/R&B/urban category of the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest. For this show, he will joined by guitarist Dan Leonard.

Performing indoors for an in-person gathering and simulcast online.


Andrew Delaney is a Moore Music alum from Texas.

He is an unorthodox singer-songwriter and storyteller (DJ Rich Warren calls him the “Alfred Hitchcock of folk”) who songs are notable by their wit, candor and often dark humor. Subjects include drunks, giants and dead clowns. He also dabbles in stand-up comedy and filmmaking. His horror short film “Howard” was featured at the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival.


Kate Klim is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter and pianist who sings about “accepting, hope and growth” (Americana UK). Her glistening vocals and upbeat spirit give even give sad songs about divorce a chance for redemption. Her latest album, country-folk-Americana-tinged “Something Green,” was produced by Andrew Delaney.

Performing outdoors for an in-person gathering and simulcast online.


Dave Rowe is formerly Maine-based performer (and now near-constant ship captain) with 15 recordings with Rowe by Rowe, Turkey Hollow Consort, the Squid Jiggers and the Dave Rowe Trio. Sounds like lobster tastes!