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Saturday
26
MAY

Stone Driver at Union Stage w/ Black Dog Prowl & Fellowcraft

18:30
Union Stage
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DC rock band Stone Driver is thrilled to be performing their album release concert at Union Stage along with Black Dog Prowl and Fellowcraft on May 26th! Each band brings an enormous amount of talent to the stage, and are excited to deliver an incredibly fun and epic all-ages rock concert to DC!

This show is anticipated to sell out quickly so please get your tickets in advance via the Ticketfly link on this page, cheers and see you at the show!

Band Bios:

Stone Driver:
Stone Driver is a critically acclaimed rock band from Washington, DC that harnesses grunge, blues rock, progressive, and psychedelic influences to create powerful and soulful music that resonates with music fans both on the stage and from the studio.

The band is poised to release their latest full length album "Chasing Demons" on May 5, 2018. Mixed by Grammy award winning engineer John Seymour, whose prior clients include Santana, U2, Alice In Chains, Jimi Hendrix, and the Dave Matthews Band, it is an impressive follow up to their prior two LPs, Rocks (2016) and Descent (2015).

2017 was a breakout year for Stone Driver that included winning the local New Belgium Brewing Co. battle of the bands to open for Vintage Trouble at the Tour De Fat outside Nationals Park, organizing and headlining the Joe Strummer Foundation charity benefit concert at the Black Cat, being selected as one of the bands to represent DC at the 9:30 Club at the first DC Music Rocks Festival, and sharing the bill with Everclear and Bush at the Celebrate Fairfax! Festival 2017. Notable past shows include playing at the National Archives (with the US Constitution as their backline!), and the SXSW Showcase with the Young Pandas.

Black Dog Prowl:
Black Dog Prowl is considered one of Washington, D.C.'s hardest hitting rock bands. The four-piece showcases original material ranging from the slow, down-tuned to a fast-paced kick in the teeth. If one insists on drawing a line to the familiar, BDP has drawn sonic comparisons to the likes of Soundgarden, Torche, and Nirvana.

The band has built their reputation on a powerful live show, playing and headlining notable DC area venues like Black Cat, Rock & Roll Hotel, Velvet Lounge, and The Fillmore Silver Spring; and sharing the stage with renowned acts like Steel Panther, The Parlor Mob, The Answer, and A Thousand Horses. DC Music Download hails that "without a doubt […] these guys have owned every performance they’ve done. The band never misses a step throughout a set — the bellowing bass, explosive drums, intense energy and robust vocals of frontman Josh Finver all make for a powerful show."

On March 2017, as the band embarked on a tour through Mexico, Black Dog Prowl also digitally released The Voice Memo Bootlegs. The live EP is a compilation of live tracks from the band's live and acoustic sets, including the debut of the previously unreleased track "Salt the Earth," a song which will be among the new material set to be recorded in fall of 2017.

Fellowcraft:
Fellowcraft is an original Grunge-Blues Trio from Washington DC. Their sound has been described as a disparate connection between bands like Alice in Chains and the Black Keys. All three members favor a minimalistic approach to Rock and Roll that allows each instrument to be featured prominently.

In March 2015, Fellowcraft released their debut EP, "...the Singles", to rave reviews. The trio released their sophomore record, a full length album, "Get Up Young Phoenix", in January of 2016 to iTunes/Spotify/Amazon/Google Play and more. The trio's third release is due out in Summer 2018.

Fellowcraft have been featured on television, and national web broadcasts, as well as in newspapers, numerous independent blogs, websites, and national podcasts.

They're also really, really nice guys.

Venue

Union Stage