Justin Trawick and The Common Good

Pearl Street Warehouse Presents

Justin Trawick and The Common Good

Kentucky Avenue

Sat · September 22, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:15 pm

$12.00

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.

Justin Trawick and The Common Good
Justin Trawick and The Common Good
Justin Trawick and The Common Good are a touring Americana group consisting of four friends who have been performing on stage together since 2006. Fronted by award winning songwriter Justin Trawick, the band has opened for such artists as Bob Schneider, Cowboy Mouth, Brett Dennen, Sara Bareilles, Hot Buttered Rum, Blues Traveler, Edwin McCain, Shawn Mullins, Hackensaw Boys, Pat McGee, Suzanne Vega, KC and the Sunshine Band, and even the Ying Yang Twins.

The perfect entertainment for a rustic country wedding, fun backyard party, summer music festival, upbeat or themed corporate event, and more. Their upbeat blend of uniquely interpreted cover songs (Top 40, classic rock, hip hop, country, and more) and catchy memorable originals, along with the band's professionalism and easy going attitude makes Justin Trawick and The Common Good the total package.

Consisting of acoustic guitar, upright bass, mandolin, and fiddle, Justin Trawick and The Common Good are often compared to David Gray, Tallest Man On Earth, G. Love and Special Sauce, and Old Crow Medicine Show. With five albums on iTunes, Pandora, Spotify, and YouTube, Trawick and the band are seasoned professionals when it comes to putting on amazing foot stomping performances and creating romantic moments ranging from clubs to festivals to weddings to private events.

"Our very own John Mayer" - Washington Post
Winner of 2013 Wammies for "Song of the Year" and "Folk- Contemporary Vocalist."
Kentucky Avenue
Kentucky Avenue
The self-released Nothing Here is Mine features 12 original songs that combine the roots of classic country with a backline of get-up-out-of-your-seat, crank-up-the-volume rock rhythms. Carving a place in the modern Americana scene, Washington DC-based Kentucky Avenue features at its core the rich and rootsy blend of Stella Schindler’s powerfully poetic vocals and the melodic guitar musings of Dave Ries. When their voices come together, the timeless harmonies provide a poignant, sometimes playful backdrop to their lyrics that evoke the idea behind Leonard Cohen’s famous line “there’s a crack in everything/ that’s how the light gets in.” Kentucky Avenue’s stories of broken characters are imbued with hope, illuminated by the moonlight present in many of the layered lines of their lyrics.
Venue Information:
Pearl Street Warehouse
33 Pearl St SW
Washington, DC, 20024
http://www.pearlstreetwarehouse.com/