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Sunday, February 13
7pm
Jammin’ Java
Vienna, VA

Are you in love, looking for love, or scorning love? Either way, this is the how love songs are meant to be heard- intimate and stripped down. Back by popular demand just in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day, Anthony Fiacco (of The Blackjacks), Shane Hines(of Shane Hines and the Trance), Todd Wright and Luke Brindley step away from their backing bands to pay homage to the group that influenced every musician out there with covers of your favorite Beatles love songs as well as originals of their own. Four singer/songwriters sharing the stage, telling stories, and playing songs- it’s like seeing the best local musicians singing your favorite songs in your living room. Celebrate the holiday with original love songs or ignore it and simply enjoy classic Beatles’ tunes.

Jammin’ Java Songwriter’s Circle features Luke Brindley, Todd Wright, Anthony Fiacco & Shane Hines.

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