Friday, May 27
8pm
Jammin’ Java
Vienna, VA

Luke Brindley returns center stage with a little help from his friends Todd Wright, Chip Johnson, Bryan Dawley, Daniel Brindley, Taylor Carson and more! In a rare headlining performance, this prolific singer/songwriter shares the evening with an amazing line-up of local talent. Drawing on songs from his 7 album releases, Luke Brindley & Friends showcase the reflective lyrics and heartbreakingly honest perspective that garnered him multiple Washington Area Music Association nominations for Songwriter of the Year. Equally at home on the stage, The Washington Times says of his live performance “no song goes untouched by the energy and pure infectious joy of Luke’s performance…a mastery of pop songcraft and stagecraft.” Best known as a member of Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers, Special Guest Boots Factor steps out from behind the drum set to support his new solo record Part or Execution.

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