This is a FREE concert series; there is no admission fee. Lawn chairs and blankets are advised. No smoking or alcoholic beverages will be allowed and no pets, please. Picnics, children and dancing are encouraged.
In the case of inclement weather, the show will be moved inside to the lower level of Town Hall.
For more information, visit www.acousticonthegreen.com
3 hours of Emma performing cover songs as well as original material. Totally free and all ages welcome!
Courage to Run is the nation's premier, nonpartisan 5K run/walk and party celebrating women getting civically active and running for office. We are also elevating being healthy to lead effectively in civic life today. The Courage to Run is on Saturday, April 13 in Washington, DC and communities across the country. The Washington, DC race is a USATF-certified, time-chipped race at the Historic Congressional Cemetery and along the Anacostia River in Capitol Hill. The day's festivities kick off at 9 AM with a Kids Dash for Democracy (8 and under), followed by the 5K. Runners return to a big finish-line party, civic fair, live music, speakers, prizes, medals and delicious eats and treats.
Emma is honored to be a judge for this years final battle!
Loudoun's annual Battle of the Bands is designed to provide middle school and high school students a safe place to spend a Friday night, while giving local youth bands and soloists a free opportunity to perform in front of their peers competing for a chance to win the opportunity to play at Leesburg's own Tally Ho. This year's prizes include $900 in cash prizes, half and full day studio time, private lessons with professional songwriters, and more!
Doors open at 6pm!
LINEUP: Hailey Knox & Sahara with Emma Rowley kicking off the show
Hailey Knox doesn’t just sit on the sidelines: she’s become the mastermind behind building and producing her own soulful pop songs. To push her own boundaries, the 20-year-old singer-songwriter has been cutting her teeth on the road the past two years since her debut EP release A Little Awkward, touring with Charlie Puth, Ruth B., and AJR, and making her festival debut at Austin City Limits’ 2018 festival. Because of her live shows, Knox has grown into a powerhouse, building her songs onstage with a loop pedal. Now, she’s ready to show the world the dynamic range of music she’s capable of producing, with her latest release -- the ‘Hardwired Mixtape’. And she does: her latest project feels like a pile of vibrant confetti, sprinkled with never-before-recorded full-length songs and snippets of Frank Ocean-like audio notes she recorded to show that there’s more depth to her artistry. “We called it a mixtape because it’s slightly all over the place, but in a good way,” Knox said of the project. For people who haven’t experienced her live shows, this mixtape is a window into how far she’s come since 2016.
Throughout 11 tracks, Knox’s mixtape combines songs Hailey has been developing and evolving for years and some fresh cuts from GarageBand, working with the producers who discovered her Mike Mangini and Peter Zizzo, along with songwriter Imani Coppola, and showing off her own production skills. But mostly, it’s an inner look at how she spurs creative concepts.
Sahara. It’s the world’s hottest desert --
awe-inspiring, unstoppable, with vast resources still waiting to be discovered -- and the name of a truly exciting 18-year old singer from Potomac, Maryland who is burning up YouTube with her scorching performances of today’s chart-topping hits. With her powerhouse voice and evocative interpretation, Sahara has delighted audiences since she was a 3-year old singing karaoke at gatherings of her large and very close family.
Announcing a new concert series building on the success of live music at Sauf Haus! GoldPants Rentals teams up with Ginny Hill Project to present a GoldPants Party!!
The kickoff show will feature the beautiful voice of Emma Rowley, followed by the rockin' sounds of The Perfectionists.
Doors at 7:30pm, $12
Emma Rowley: 8-9pm
The Perfectionists: 9:15-10:15pm
Don't miss this Wednesday night par-tay!!
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Third edition by popular demand! Ever wonder what happened to your favorite millennial Broadway child star? They’re now old enough to play their “parents”! Come hear these former child actors, many of whom are still working on Broadway, film, and television today, sing songs from the shows they were in and hear untold stories about what it’s like balancing school, homework, and just being a regular kid with regular kid problems.
Written and hosted by Laura Heywood (@BroadwayGirlNYC), and featuring an all-star cast including kids from classic shows of the 90’s and early 2000’s, this is a show not to be missed!
Dara Paige Bloomfield (Ragtime)
Bret Fox (The Full Monty)
Joanna Howard (Les Misérables, A Christmas Carol)
Tavia Jefferson (A Christmas Carol)
Annabelle Kempf (Billy Elliot)
Emily Klein (Parade, The Sound of Music)
Cassidy Ladden (Annie, Annie Get Your Gun)
Delaney Moro (Mary Poppins, 13)
Kara Oates (Billy Elliot, Mary Poppins)
Joanna Pacitti (Annie)
Rachel Resheff (Mary Poppins, Billy Elliot, Shrek the Musical, The People in the Picture, Fish in the Dark)
Emma Rowley (Gypsy, Bye Bye Birdie)
Analise Scarpaci (A Christmas Story, Matilda)
Jordan Siwek (Les Misérables)
Doors at 8:45/Show at 9:30 … Great menu available!
A solo acoustic show at a gorgeous winery.
Come enjoy a beautiful fall evening under the stars, with live music from Abigail York Flowers and Emma Rowley.
Coffee and desserts will be served for donations benefiting Gateway's youth mission to trip Guatemala. We can't wait to see you all there!
About the Artists:
Emma Rowley is a singer, songwriter and recording artist. She strives to encapsulate moments and feelings with illuminating lyrics and carefully crafted pop melodies to further transport her listeners into her world or simply create a soundtrack for their day-to-daydreamy life. Visit her website at: http://www.emmarowley.com
Abigail Flowers is a jazz vocalist from Nashville, TN. She combines the sweet sound of the baritone ukulele with her warm, precise vocal tone to create a musical experience that is both original and familiar at the same time. Visit her website at: http://www.abigailflowersmusic.com/
Over thirty Loudoun County Musicians are coming together for a day of music at 868 Estate Vineyards! Your favorite musicians will be sharing the stage as they perform solo and in combination with each other. Spend the day hanging out with the musicians you know and love from around the county.
To keep you going, we'll have wine, beer, wine slushies, food from The Grill at 868 and Food Trucks. Spend the entire day with us at 868!
This concert is free, but a $10 donation is suggested to go to our fund for helping developing musicians in our area.
Todd Brooks has put together an incredible line up of musicians including:
Emma Rowley * Jimmy Lee * Deane Kern * Todd Brooks and Mark Cooper * Chris Timbers * Mike Fowell of Quasi Flannel and Those Guys * Stealing Dawn * Joey and The Waitress * Steve George, Steve Boyd and Gordy Smith of Steve George and Friends * Quasi Flannel * Those Guys * Will Shepherd * Jim Steele * Bill Kitt of The Wandering Peacocks * Hillary Veltri * Jeff and Jan * The Spruce Brothers * Voodoo Blues * Chris Mangione of Mangione and Benton * Caleb Madley * Mike Clement * Joey Hafner of Ghost Pepper and Those Guys * Mike Ault and Cynthia Tremeau of The Tremault Band * Mark Cullinane * Gary Smallwood * Nathaniel Davis * Andrew O’Day * Pete Lapp * Anthony Semaio * Ken Wenzel * Jason Masi * Lenny Burridge * Laurie Mangold * Julie Kasdorf * Phil Rossi