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Sunday Sounds at the Spectrum Feat. Steve Washinginton

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Spectrum School for the Arts

465 Herndon Pkwy

Recital Hall

Herndon, VA 20170

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Be a part of a live podcast recording with live music and conversation with some of the brightest musicians on the scene today


  • Each event will feature the trio playing a short set of music, plus a special musical guest.

  • Dan will interview and engage the guest artist to talk about their process as a writer and performer.

  • The guest artist will also perform some of their music with the trio, and possibly solo.

  • This entire series will be recorded and presented in downloadable PODCAST format at a later date in 2018.

  • Due to the limited size of this intimate venue, the seating will be limited to 65 audience members.

  • There will be an artist Q/A with the audience

  • Artists will have merchandise available for purchase and giveaway


Guest Musician - Steve Washington

“... personally and beautifully interpreted ... brimming with honest feeling and passion, a truly mesmerizing experience.”
— Jim Olin (All About Jazz)

Steve Washington has been performing for nearly 30 years with humble beginnings in Princeton University’s college singing groups and theatrical productions. After Princeton, Steve appeared in numerous professional theatrical productions, and forays into dramatic theater landed him the role of Demetrius in a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Shakespeare Theater at the Folger.

In the 90s, Steve shifted his focus to music fronting some of DC’s top bands and orchestras and sharing stages with the Marvelettes, the Drifters, the Supremes, the Village People, Peter Noon, Gary Pucket, Orleans, comedian Steven Wright, and others. As a freelance vocalist, Steve performed in DC area jazz & blues clubs and performance spaces, including numerous sold-out appearances at the world-famous Blues Alley Jazz Supper Club.

Currently, Steve is the co-lead vocalist for Raggs & the AllStars (aka the SRO Orchestra) and continues to freelance playing notable clubs and performance spaces like Blues Alley, the Carlyle Club, the Atlas Theater, and the Katzen Arts Center.

In conjunction with the release of his new CD Right to Love, Steve recently enjoyed a triumphant debut at New York City’s renowned jazz cabaret, the Metropolitan Room resulting in multiple encore appearances throughout 2016. Steve's appearances at the Metropolitan Room led to other dates in other parts of New York state in 2016. Right to Love is receiving radio play across the USA, into Canada, and as far away as Australia.


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