An Evening With Sherman Ewing & Very Special Guest John Jo Jo Hermann

Pearl Street Warehouse Presents

An Evening With Sherman Ewing & Very Special Guest John Jo Jo Hermann

Jamie McLean Band

Wed · March 14, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

This show is G.A.

Seating is limited and first come first serve.

Tables are meant to be shared.

An Evening With Sherman Ewing & Very Special Guest John Jo Jo Hermann
An Evening With Sherman Ewing & Very Special Guest John Jo Jo Hermann
Brooklyn-based Sherman Ewing has crafted a dual success story that celebrates tenacity, hard work and faith. A Columbia graduate, he’s an Ivy Leaguer who ended up balancing two distinct and unlikely careers: one as an indie rocker, and another as a dog-walking entrepreneur.

As an independent singer/songwriter, he has been
compared to Bob Dylan and Keith Richards and covered in
USA Today multiple times, with writer Elysa Gardner
noting Ewing’s songs “have a wry lyricism that suggests a
hard-won emotional integrity.”

On his upcoming album ‘Come and Meet Me’, produced
by ex Spin Doctor Anthony Krizan, Brooklyn-based
Sherman Ewing evokes Van Morrison, R.E.M., John Prine
and more, as he delivers a rocker’s journey through loss,
community and finding common ground. At times cathartic,
irreverent, mournful and/or combative, the radio-friendly
collection reveals Ewing’s fearless honesty as a
‘Come and Meet Me’ is a confident statement from an
indie rocker who has earned praise from USA Today,
Relix, No Depression, Jambands, NY-1 TV and elsewhere,
generating rave reviews and comparisons to Bob Dylan
and George Harrison, among others.
Parallel to his music career, Ewing has made a name for
himself as a hometown entrepreneur, building his New
York based Club Pet NYC dog walking business from a
rag-tag one-man operation to a respected local firm, with
dozens of employees and a client list that includes some
of the most prominent families in the Big Apple.
Jamie McLean Band
Jamie McLean Band
Jamie McLean is a triple threat. As a guitarist
for New Orleans royalty Aaron Neville and Dirty
Dozen Brass Band he's toured the globe playing
fiery guitar everywhere from Madison Square
Garden to Japan’s Fuji Rock. His blue eyed
southern soul vocals ooze raw emotion and his
top line songwriting chops tie everything
together. With hundreds of original
compositions to his name McLean creates a
musical gumbo that incorporates New Orleans
soul, Delta blues, middle America roots and New
York City swagger
Jamie McLean Band is set to release their long
awaited new album One and Only on February 23rd.
Recorded at the famed Sound Emporium studios in
Nashville One and Only captures the band's
strongest songwriting to date. The album was
produced by Ken Coomer of Wilco and features
special guests Sam Bush and Jeff Coffin of Dave
Matthews Band. Live staples "Virginia" and "One
and Only" finally get a beautiful studio
performance and Jamie McLean Band will tour
behind their new album throughout the US and
Canada this year!
The live show is where Jamie McLean Band excels
and the band has shared the stage with the likes
of Gregg Allman, Aaron Neville, Dr. John, Taj
Mahal, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Trombone Shorty,
Los Lobos, Blues Traveler, Marc Broussard, Gov’t
Mule and many more. Jamie Mclean Band has also
appeared at festivals such as Bonnaroo, Mountain
Jam, Targhee Fest, Okeechobee Fest, Ottawa Blues
Fest, Quebec City Summer Fest, and Warren
Haynes’ Christmas Jam to name a few. McLean has

also enjoyed the sponsorship of Gibson Guitars,
Fuchs Amplifiers, La Bella Strings, Blue
Microphones, John Varvatos and Esquire Magazine.
Don’t miss their amazing live set when they roll
into a town near you!
"McLean and company ooze drops of southern roots rock,
blues, R&B, funk and soul out of every note... the rock &
roll swagger of the Rolling Stones combined with the
songwriting prowess of Ryan Adams."- Jambase
“Jamie McLean Band is completely original and completely
fabulous... The live version of this band is a three-
dimensional experience not to be missed” – Hittin The Note
“A honkin' collection of Southern-style blues rock,
Americana, and soul.... as bawdy as anything the Black
Crowes tried to snag from The Faces or The Stones circa
'Sticky Fingers' and 'Exile on Main Street' and as groovy
and gutsy as Bowie's 'Young Americans.'" - Charleston City
Venue Information:
Pearl Street Warehouse
33 Pearl St SW
Washington, DC, 20024