19th Street Band

06-20-2018 8:00 PM - 06-20-2018 11:00 PM

Live at Lahinch presents, the one… the only… 19th Street Band!

Caolaidhe came to America from Holywood, Northern Ireland in 2005 to pursue a career in music. While establishing an earlier band, he found himself in need of a fiddle player. As fate would have it, Meghan (a classical violinist) was working at an Irish pub in DC as a server while teaching music at a nearby public school. Through Caolaidhe’s acquaintances, he was lucky enough to meet Meghan and quickly auditioned her for the band. What Caolaidhe didn’t know was that he was auditioning his future wife. Fast-forward a few months down the road, and Meghan and Caolaidhe found themselves living on ’19th Street’ in Arlington, VA, writing songs and creating the sound that would become the backbone of The 19th Street Band.

With a chemistry and stage presence similar to Johnny & June, they tend to captivate audiences just by being themselves. Having fun and keeping it real. Making sweet, simple rock and roll. The two combine their instrumental talents with strong harmonies and high energy, bringing genuine joy to the show and instantly connecting to every audience.

The 19th Street Band has had the honor of sharing the stage with country music stars such as Rodney Atkins, Craig Morgan, and Chuck Mead. They have opened for The Wheeler Brothers and Spirit Family Reunion at The Hamilton as well as Grammy Award-winning Western Swing icons, Asleep at the Wheel, at The Birchmere. They have also packed the house at such venues as the 9:30 Club, Black Cat, Strathmore, Jammin’ Java, Rock & Roll Hotel, Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival, The Washington Folk Festival, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge in Nashville, The Black Box in Belfast, and Hill Country BBQ and Pianos in NYC. The 19th Street Band has steadily been performing 230 shows a year for the past 5 years, and they are recently back from a tour in Northern Ireland, where they performed live on BBC Radio Ulster and were a part of the Open House Festival in Bangor. Their new album, The Things That Matter, is currently getting air play on BBC Radio and multiple radio stations throughout the UK.

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    Cravin' Dogs began as a "gonzo-folk" trio in 1986. Founding members Caldwell Gray (guitar/vocals), Lisa Venable Gray (vocals) and Tom Helf (drums) crafted a sparse brand of rock and roll that used acoustic guitar, drums and harmony-driven vocals to create a unique blend of folk, rock, '80s new wave and bluegrass. Since then Cravin' Dogs has evolved into an all-original, eclectic, rootsy, rock/pop-outfit that has played over 1000 shows and released eight full-length albums, one EP and two compilation retrospectives.

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    Discdography
    The latest release, "Live At The Black Cat," (2008) was produced by Doug Derryberry and John Alagia. The remastered CD features 2 new tracks not included on the original cassette release in 1995. The album features 10 songs performed at the "El Camino" CD release party that had not been included on any prior release. It was nominated for a WAMMIE that year.

    “Will the Circle Be Housebroken: Rarities, B-Sides & Orts,” (2006) was produced by Caldwell Gray & John Penovich and features unreleased recordings that span the 20 year history of the band. Roadtrip, was produced by Caldwell Gray and lead guitarist John Penovich, and features stellar performances by bassist Barry Warsaw, drummer Sven Bridstrup and electric violinist Todd Baker.

    "Roadtrip" (2003) included ten new tunes from the songwriting team of frontman Caldwell Gray and his North Carolina-based lyricist and brother, Stewart Gray. The album also includes a song by Oberlin, Ohio singer-songwriter Kevin Jones. The album was mixed by Doug Derryberry. His studio production and performance credits include projects with Dave Matthews Band, Bruce Hornsby, Ben Folds, John Mayer and dozens of other national and regional acts. Roadtrip features guest performances by several veteran musicians including JT Thomas on organ (Bruce Hornsby Band, Captain Beefheart, Tracy Chapman), Bobby Read on saxophone (Bruce Hornsby Band, Modereko), and Greg Readling on pedal steel and dobro guitars (Tift Merritt and the Carbines). The album also includes guest performances by outstanding DC-based musicians Michael Clem, Eddie Hartness and Robbie Schaefer (Eddie From Ohio), Chris Watling (The Grandsons), Helen Hausmann (American Song), George Hazelrigg and Mary Ann Redmond. Dave Iceman Bangs Bartlett (Some Kid Screaming) makes his dogs' debut. And, as usual, the record benefits tremendously from the contributions of old-school doghouse-dwellers Lisa Gray, Tom Helf and Doug Derryberry.

    "Roots Rock Paper Scissors" (2000) was nominated for the Washington Area Music Association's "Best Roots Rock Album of the Year" and was named "Best Local Release of 2000" by Lou King of The Journal Newspapers. Upon its release Rolling Stone's David Wild noted, "Here's a veteran indie band with some major league charm. This is melodic roots rock -smart yet unpretentious with serious chops. Fans everywhere of well-plated, world-class rock - should definitely make it a point to hunt down these local Dogs. Proof positive good things do happen on our nation's capital. ***1/2."

    "Dingus" (1997) marked the band's fourth collaboration with producers John Alagia and Doug Derryberry (Dave Matthews Band - Remember Two Things and Live at Red Rocks) and was released in 1996.

    "El Camino," (1994) was described by Mike Joyce of The Washington Post as "a wide load of rootsy, impressionistic, surreal and delirious imaginings...In short, it makes for quite a ride."

    "Sputnik" (1993) marked the Dogs' first studio encounter with the production team of John Alagia and Doug Derryberry.

    "Cravin' Dogs" (1989) was produced by Mark Greenhouse.

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