The country seems to be opening again which is great news for live music! We'll be playing outdoors at Romano Winery this Saturday from 2:00 to 5:00 (yes, three whole sets). You can find the address and more details on our "shows" page. Romano is a gorgeous place about 45 minutes outside DC where you can drink wine and listen to our songs in the middle of truly expansive vineyards. It really feels like a vacation to Napa.
All the DC venues we used to play are now closed permanently, but the wineries (with outdoor settings) seemed to have survived, and some are having live music again, so come out and support the good people at Romano. They have a lot of tables and chairs, but you might also consider bringing your own lawn chairs and picnic blankets to set up on the grass. There's usually a pretty good food truck too, but I'm not sure what they have planned this time.
Andrew will be there, so there will be at least three of us. There seems to be a good chance that Mike can join on drums for most of the afternoon, although he'll probably be a little late.
Now here's the sad news: We did a terrible job coordinating our summer schedules, and we'll all be out of town a lot, so this will be the only public Brulee performance of the summer. Personally, I'm pretty devastated to skip our summer tradition of the Riversdale Jazz on the Lawn Series. We'll have more gigs in September, but if you want to see us before then, this is your only chance! See you Saturday I hope.