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JTM Presents: A St. Patrick's Day DancePartyThrowDown PART DUEX

Jet Trails Media Presents! St. Patricks Day at The Camel!

The Camel || Friday, March 17, 2017 || Doors @ 8:00PM || Music @ 9:00 || 21+ || $5 in adv. / $7 at the door

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Come celebrate St. Patrick's Day with us for the second year in a row! Last year was a such a banger that we're throwing another funky St. Party's rager with two big band party explosions from DC, Black Masala and Of Tomorrow, RVA's own Andrew Rohlk Trio and Baltimore's live exploration dance duo Schwa (featuring Ben Carrey of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong)! 


Brassy Washington DC-based multicultural outfit, Black Masala, is part of the new generation of go-anywhere brass bands. You can hear this sound all over the world now – from New Orleans (Hot 8) to Belgrade (Boban & Marko Markovic), Paris (Fanfarai) to Cotonou (Gangbe Brass Band), and right here on the east coast area as well (Red Baraat & No BS! Brass). A major party alert for this band – Black Masala puts on an amazing, high-energy live show that features brass, tuba, accordion, electric guitar, drums and vocals. 


Genre-melding and blending, breaking and remaking, the band Of Tomorrow derives its sound straight from the future. Pulling from all corners of the music spectrum, Geoff Browning (guitar, vocals), Jonathan Modell (drums), Nicholas Söderström (bass), and a rotating cast of hand-picked collaborators never cease to bring the beat to the street.


Andrew Rohlk, born and raised in Richmond, VA, has sung, danced, and played music from a young age with various levels of clothing on. Things really got moving and grooving when he picked up the guitar at 13 and began writing songs soon after. Andrew Rohlk’s style of Jazzy, R&B Pop songs are vignettes from his life detailing love, loss, worries, wishes, and wisdom. These songs work best in a live setting with a healthy dose of audience interaction, and it is his hope that this exchange will help bridge the gap between the audience and the stage.


When I close my eyes, I see this thing, a sign, I see this name in bright blue neon lights with a purple outline. And this name is so bright and so sharp that the sign - it just blows up because the name is so powerful... It says, "Schwa."