Saturday 18 February following dinner
The Roadducks are a top-notch classic/southern rock/Motown band based out of Northern Virginia.
“The Ducks” play in a variety of styles, but it is the guitar-driven ‘Southern Rock’ for which they are best known. Over the band’s career, they have toured with a virtual ‘who’s who’ of American rock, sharing stages with Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers, Charlie Daniels, Marshall Tucker, .38 Special and others too numerous to mention.
Bands and styles come and go, but the combination of driving guitars, dynamic, multi-layered harmony vocals and an underlying irreverent humor, has enabled The Roadducks to continue to entertain and amaze audiences for 46+ years.
Tony Sands – ‘Sinatra’ The Musical
Monday 20 February following dinner
A musical journey of the life and times of the late Frank Sinatra, ‘Sinatra’ ~ The Musical, written & produced by Sands, begins with the early days of Tommy Dorsey, and ends in the bright lights of NYC.
Sands takes you from the silver screen of Hollywood, to Frank’s Main Event comeback. Sinatra’s best loved songs are performed in this sensational storytelling musical.
Robbin Kapsalis and Vintage #18
Tuesday 21 February following dinner
ignited the Washington D.C. Blues and Soul music scene in 2013, but they’ve already racked up a slew of well-deserved accolades. Their 2017 debut “Grit” was nominated for a Blues Blast Music Award (New Artist Debut Album) and they’ve been featured artists everywhere from Memphis, TN all the way to the Kennedy Center’s New Year’s Eve Celebration.
The group honed their sounds as D.C. area mainstays and are sought-after performers on the U.S. national festival circuit. Their international star is shooting high as their new record reaches around the globe, beckoning easing pandemic conditions to bring them overseas.