Free Happy Hour Show with, The Iceman Special

Pearl Street Warehouse Presents

Free Happy Hour Show with, The Iceman Special

Tue · June 4, 2019

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm



This event is 21 and over

This is a FREE show.

NO Tickets are required for this show.

Seating is limited & first come first serve

RSVP appreciated but not required

RSVP does NOT guarantee a seat at a table

Happy Hour Show! Southpaw Country
Happy Hour Show! Southpaw Country
Southpaw Country was formed in 2016 by John Ireland and David Cotton as an outlet for their love of the Bakersfield Sound and vintage country rock. Inspired by the music of great country and rock songwriters, John and David also began writing original material for the band. Later that year they enlisted friends to round out the group: fellow singer/songwriters, Lou King (bass, vocals), Chuck Andrada (guitar, vocals) & Derrick Decker (drums).

During 2017 & 2018, Southpaw expanded its repertoire while also writing/recording new songs and playing shows in and around Washington, DC. After Derrick moved out of the area, Ed Anzueto (drums) joined the band in December 2018.

Fans of artists such as Townes Van Zandt, Buck Owens, John Prine, Dwight Yoakum, & Tom Petty will find something to like about our song selection and original tunes as well. Even if you just want to get up and dance, we can help with that too!

Check out the song list, find out when we're playing and come on down to Southpaw Country for some vintage country music.
The Iceman Special
The Iceman Special
The Iceman Special is a 4 piece outfit transplanted from the swamps of Louisiana to New Orleans. They create a sound that resonates with the psych rock community as well as writing songs that explore reggae, funk, melodic pop, prog, and other influences. The bands live shows are notorious for their intensity and their use of innovative and creative visual stimuli while also taking pride in song writing and the delivery of their message. Screeching yet smooth guitars, wandering yet punchy bass lines, synthesizers, driving drum beats, and powerful vocals form a one of kind soundscape.

“They don’t wear their influences on their sleeves, their original songs are too good for that, but the indicators are there. The production is strong and unlike so many bands that are unable to translate their live energy to a record, the Iceman Special gets the job done.” – The Vinyl District

“The band rocks and lays down such fat, solid slabs of rock ‘n’ roll that if they are not careful, the audience can trip on them and fall a long joyous time.” – David Kunian – Curator – New Orleans Jazz Museum and Louisiana State Museum
Venue Information:
Pearl Street Warehouse
33 Pearl St SW
Washington, DC, 20024