at the Sevareid House
Saturday, March 10 - The End of America
Sunday, April 8 - Patty Reese and Tony Denikos
Sunday, April 29 - Crys Matthews and Heather Mae
Saturday May 19 - Pete Mancini and Tom Mackell
Saturday June 2 - Caroline Spence and Robby Hecht
Saturday June 23 - Olivia Hally and Angie MIller
Saturday July 21 - Matt Bednarsky
Sunday August 5 - Letitia VanSant and Kipyn Martin
Saturday September 8th - Tony Denikos and Andrew McKnight
Sunday September 23 - Hoot and Holler
Sunday October 14 - The Black Feathers
Saturday November 17 - The Honey Dewdrops
Saturday December 1 - Missy Raines and The New Hip
::: Support your local musicians :::
The Missy Raines Trio
Saturday, December 1, 2018
Doors Open 7:00pm; Show 7:30pm; Suggested Donation $20
From her tenure playing with The Claire Lynch Band, to her 7 International Bluegrass Music Association Bass Player of the Year awards, Missy Raines has proven herself without doubt as an iconic bluegrass instrumentalist. But with her newest release, Royal Traveller, Raines has stepped into the spotlight as a songwriter for the first time. The album digs deep into Raines’ family life and her upbringing in West Virginia. Featuring an array of incredible musicians including some previous and current members of her live band, and cameos from other bluegrass greats such as Stuart Duncan and Tim O’Brien, the album is a gorgeous look into the perspective, history, and musical influences of one of Nashville’s most beloved musicians, Missy Raines.
Raines now leads her own innovative and genre-bending trio, which is
a rich, jazz-tinged combination of her bluegrass roots and thick Americana featuring George Jackson on the fiddle and Ben Garnett on acoustic guitar. With a smoky and seductive alto, Missy Raines heads up this trio featuring mandolin/fiddle, upright bass, and acoustic guitar. The territory the trio covers is broad and the compass is set by Raines, planted center stage, directing with her bass every bit as much as she's playing it.
Recently, Raines won an IBMA award, along with the other "first ladies of bluegrass" - Alison Brown, Becky Buller, Sierra Hull, and Molly Tuttle, for their video of "Swept Away. The latest news is that the video has also been nominated for a Grammy Award. Way to go Missy!
::: Ticket sales are HERE
This concert is a private event. It is for friends and friends of friends. We sell tickets in advance to reserve seating as it is limited -- we usually sell out. All of the proceeds from the sales of the reserved seating go directly to the artist.
Please reserve your seat WELL IN ADVANCE.
House concerts are a wonderful grassroots phenomenon
World-class musicians and developing local talent alike perform in the intimacy of private homes and similar nontraditional spaces
The Sevareid House designed in 1941 by Charles Goodman, a noted DC architect, was home to Eric Sevareid, an icon of broadcast journalism
Come enjoy our mix of architecture, history and music!
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