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Folk For The Future: Earth Day Benefit Concert

Jammin Java celebrates their 20th Anniversary with an outdoor concert series presented by WS Wealth Management. This Sunday’s event is called Folk For The Future and is an Earth Day benefit concert featuring Emily Hall, Jillian Matundan, Jonathan Hawkins, and Deccan Traps

Sunday, April 25, 2021
Doors @ 5:00 PM EDT

Jammin’ Java
227 Maple Ave E
Vienna, VA 22180

This is a free outdoor event. Advanced registration and additional details available at jamminjava.com

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Jamie Darken Breathes New Life Into Solo EP, Burial.

When Jamie Darken first began writing the songs that would appear on his debut solo EP, Burial, he imagined he was crafting demos for Cherry Ames, a local Washington DC area indie-rock band that Darken performs as vocalist, guitarist, and bassist. With Cherry Ames on hiatus amidst the global shutdown and performing in venues unavailable as an option, Darken’s drive to make progress with the ideas on his own eventually brought the tracks to the place where it simply felt right to release as his own project. The result is five songs written, produced, and performed by Darken, with the exception of leading single “This Could Be Your Home” co-written with fellow DC area musician Christopher Mathews-Larsen.

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