No Second Troy

Pearl Street Warehouse Presents

No Second Troy

Tommy Gann

Sat · March 3, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm


This event is 21 and over

This show is  GA.

Seating is limited and first come first serve.

Tables are meant to be shared.

No Second Troy
No Second Troy
Since forming in 2005, No Second Troy has carved a determined and inspiring path from obscurity to national recognition. Feature spots in movie trailers such as "Charlie St. Cloud" with Zac Efron, highlights on ESPN, XM Radio and appearances on MTV have all garnered mass appeal, while critical acclaim from SPIN Magazine and the CMJ Top 200 music chart boosted its indie support. It's perhaps because of this wide spread acknowledgement that the group has had the privilege of playing alongside bands like Coldplay, Everclear, Pete Yorn, the Robert Randolph Family Band and countless others at the SXSW and NXNE festivals.

No Second Troy enlists an undeniable self-awareness of their musical space between indie and pop. Employing a realistic perspective on the band, the music and the industry, the band teeters on the edge of indie rock with introspective anthems rich in explosive vocal melodies, driven by railing guitars, and balanced by subtle layers of piano and organ.
Tommy Gann
Tommy Gann
Based in Northern Virginia, Tommy is regularly hailed as a rising star in the Washington DC metro area music scene.

Drawing on influences ranging from soulful rock to contemporary pop, his songwriting has been noted for its depth, wit, and stimulating melodies, and his live performances are popular across multiple audiences.

Having performed for over ten years as a solo artist, Tommy also collaborates with several rock and pop groups across the mid-Atlantic region and is regularly sought after as a contributing studio musician. Most recently, Tommy has been working with internationally known songwriter Todd Wright to produce what will become his third catalog of material, slated for streaming release in the second half of 2017.

​The son of an Air Force officer, Tommy’s childhood was spent regularly relocating all over the world. This constant exposure to different cultures helped developed a global outlook on art and music, and shaped
Venue Information:
Pearl Street Warehouse
33 Pearl St SW
Washington, DC, 20024