Join us Saturday, September 15th at the Bush Tabernacle in Purcellville from 7pm – 10pm (doors open at 6:30pm) for a night of music, food and Friends!
Musical guests include Frayed Knots and Juliana MacDowell. Our emcee for the night is the one and only Ted Garber. Ticket price includes concert, Monks barbeque, silent and live auctions and a cash bar. All proceed benefit Friends of Loudoun Mental Health.
This will be a great night that you will not want to miss. There will be terrific live music all night. Come have fun while supporting a great cause. General admission tickets are open seating or come with a group and reserve a table for up to ten people. You can even sign up to be a sponsor!
Frayed Knots bring original rock performances to festivals and special events in the Washington DC area. Their progressive sound incorporates a blend of three part harmonies, dual guitar leads, and extended jams that showcase the musicianship of the members. The band performs a versatile mix of original songs and epic cover tunes in the classic and modern rock styles. Original music is available on the band’s website: www.FrayedKnots.co. Band members include: Ara Bagdasarian – Guitar, Mandolin; Michael Croll – Drums; Geff Garnhart – Vocals, Keyboard/Piano; Michael Haddad – Bass, Vocals; Worth Hawes – Vocals, Guitar.
Juliana MacDowell is a singer-songwriter whose earthy vocals, moving originals and stirring interpretations of popular melodies unite her with listeners in unforced and memorable ways. “More than just a woman singing into a microphone…she is an entertainer who connects with fans, reaches out to them and draws them in to the power of the music.” (Kim Simpson – MUSEic Daily)