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Marcia Ball
Join this Grammy-nominated pianist and singer/songwriter as she blends Louisiana swamp rock and classic Texas blues into an “irresistible” musical cocktail (The Boston Globe).
  • Sunday, Feb 14 | 7:30 PM
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HAPA
Often described as the “Soundtrack of Hawaii,” the ancient chants and warm, contemporary tunes of this group’s liquid guitar runs are woven around clear harmonies and poetic lyrics—it’s no wonder the L.A. Times calls HAPA’s music “beautiful, fragile, spiritual, and powerful.”
  • Saturday, Feb 20 | 7:30 PM
  • Sunday, Feb 21 | 7:30 PM
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Marty Stuart
With a career that stretches more than 4 decades, 5-time Grammy winner Marty Stuart’s music reflects the rich legacy of his Mississippi roots and the intersection of gospel, drinking and cheating ballads, and rock. Experience what Billboard calls “honky-tonk in technicolor” when he delivers fan favorites like “The Whiskey Ain’t Working,” “This One’s Gonna Hurt You,” and songs from his latest album, Saturday Night/Sunday Morning.
  • Thursday, Feb 25 | 8 PM
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Graham Nash

Legendary singer/songwriter and founding member of iconic bands Crosby, Stills & Nash and The Hollies, Graham Nash is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee, a Grammy Award winner, a New York Times bestselling author, and an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.). With many Billboard-charting songs like “Teach Your Children” and “Wasted On The Way,” catch your favorite Nash tunes from his illustrious career, plus works from his soon-to-be-released album, This Path Tonight.
  • Monday, Feb 15 | 8 PM
  • Tuesday, Feb 16 | 8 PM
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The Jones Family Singers

A favorite musical discovery by NPR, don’t miss this family’s “old-school gospel-soul funk…[that] tears the roof off live (Rolling Stone).
  • Thursday, Feb 18 | 8 PM
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Kevin Griffin

Known as the frontman of the alt-rock band Better Than Ezra, this prolific singer/songwriter has penned numerous hits for Train, Sugarland, James Blunt, Howie Day, Missy Higgins, Blondie, and more.
  • Friday, Feb 19 | 8 PM
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1964 The Tribute

Thrilling audiences around the globe, the “Best Beatles Tribute on Earth” (Rolling Stone) recreates the Fab Four’s early ’60s concerts—see their astonishing show live, complete with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles, and onstage banter.
  • Wednesday, Feb 24 | 8 PM
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John Eaton

Join renowned pianist and vocalist John Eaton as he interprets the Great American Songbook.
  • Saturday, Feb 27 | 8 PM
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Herb Alpert & Lani Hall

A “trademark blend of Latin rhythms and catchy smooth-jazz horn lines” (The New York Times) catapulted this iconic Grammy-winning trumpeter and Tijuana Brass frontman into the spotlight—join him and his Grammy-winning wife—the original voice of Sérgio Mendes’ Brasil ’66—as they take the stage with their dynamic band.
  • Monday, Feb 29 | 8 PM
  • Tuesday, Mar 01 | 8 PM
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International Guitar Night

A night of international guitar virtuosos featuring poetic lyricist (Gore), gypsy jazz legend (Reinhardt), contemporary fingerstyle innovator (Dawes), and multi-genre showman (Krengel).
  • Wednesday, Mar 02 | 8 PM
  • Thursday, Mar 03 | 8 PM
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The Alternate Routes

The Alternate Routes are passionate guitar rockers who write anthemic rock ’n’ roll songs and folk-tinged Americana storytelling tunes. Capturing attention around the nation, enjoy fan favorites like “Nothing More”—which was featured on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and the 2015 TOMS Shoes’ commercial—when they return to Wolf Trap.
  • Friday, Mar 04 | 8 PM
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