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    Default Join us by the Fire

    Come in out of the cold, warm up by the fire and join us for delicious Cellos and great live music! On Friday, December 14, house musician Deane Kern brings his classic rock, soul and blues back home to the Distillery. If you love the music of baby boomers, he's sure to please. On Saturday, December 15, Acoustic Blues Revue performs, featuring Dan Cronin on guitar/vocals and Mark Dorosh on standup bass. This well-loved local duo play acoustic prewar blues and more. Music starts at six both nights and is free, as are the tastings. Picnics, friendly pets and parties are always welcome.

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    Default Only Three Bloomery Shopping Days Left: Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Great Music

    What better way to wind down the hectic holiday season than with Cello, a yuletide fire, great friends and terrific music? On Friday, December 21, independent singer/songwriter Todd Coyle returns to the distillery. He plays thoughtful originals and unexpected covers. On Saturday, December 22, Chelsea McBee & the Random Assortment play for the first time. The Frederick News Post wrote that her "style of voice plays wonderfully into her roots-sounding mantra, all while maintaining her loyalty to a clear country music-bred background. Or, in other words, think about what it would be like if Norah Jones and Dolly Parton could have a daughter and that daughter just happened to grow up in West Virginia." The group consists of McBee on banjo, Ben Witman on mandolin, and Jeremy Rodgers on upright bass. Music starts at six both nights, and like the tastings, are free.

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    11 am-8 pm • Free Tours and Tastings
    Live music on Friday and Saturdays, 6-8 pm

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    Default Enjoy the New Year with Live Music and Good Times!

    Happy New Year!
    Join us on Friday, January 4, as Jefferson County's own Jennifer Maghan returns to the Distillery. She is a talented multi-instrumentalist and indie/folk songwriter. You won't want to miss her witty songs and heartfelt singing! On Saturday, January 5, house musician Deane Kern plays soulful folk and classic rock, with a smattering of jazz, blues and reggae thrown in. Music starts at six both nights. Like the tastings, the music is free.

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    Default Justin Starnes and John DuRant Live this Weekend!

    Great music, great times this weekend! On Friday, January 11, Justin Starnes returns to the Distillery. A talented songwriter, Justin's music is best described as American Roots music--a blend of Folk ballads, Country, Blues, Swing and Bluegrass. On Saturday, January 12, John DuRant, the old world troubadour, returns to the Distillery. A highly skilled singer, guitarist and lutanist, his repertory of songs stretches from Medieval music to modern American folk music, including Colonial American and Civil War period material - all presented in his own highly entertaining style. Music starts at six both nights. Like the tastings, the music is free.

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    Default Jimmy Cherry and The Carrol Brothers This Weekend!

    Tired of the cold, wet weather? Stop by and warm up by our fire with some great drinks and AWESOME music. On Friday, January 18, alt-country/folk prodigy Jimmy Cherry returns to the Distillery with his inventive originals, unexpected covers, and extraordinary guitar playing. On Saturday, January 19, Winchester natives The Carroll Brothers play exciting original materials, as well as covers of everything from Merle Haggard, to The Beatles to Pink. Gary is a former sideman for Dicky Betts (of the Allman Brothers), Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, and Dan Akyroyd. Jon is the former lead singer of The Bulldogs and other popular groups. Music begins at six both nights. Like the tastings, the music is free.

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    Default Annie Stokes and Viqui Dill

    We're excited about the music this weekend! On Friday, February 1, join us for a performance by the very talented Annie Stokes. An upcoming singer/songwriter, Annie plays indie folk/blues/country. She writes beautiful melodic originals and covers. Check out her facebook page, @Annie Stokes Music, for more info. On Saturday, February 2, Viqui Dill will perform a rare solo show. She plays the best of folk, bluegrass, country, rock, bluegrass and Celtic. Music begins at six both nights. Like the tastings, the music is free.


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    Default Eric and Kate Avey are Back and Josh Morningstar Performs for the First Time!

    It's going to be a great weekend! I can just feel it Join us Friday, February 8, for the long-awaited return of Eric & Kate Avey to the Distillery. This awesome musical couple play bluegrass and more on standup bass, guitar, and a variety of other instruments. Expect tasteful originals, thoughtful covers, and rich vocal harmonies. On Saturday, February 9, Josh Morningstar performs at the Distillery for the first time. A richly varied performer, Josh plays classic Country originals, and has just released a CD entitled Hymns for Heartache. Music starts at six both nights. Like the tastings, the music is free. So come on over and share the bliss!

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    Default Todd Coyle and Acoustic Blues Revue Live at The Distillery!

    Join us for delicious hand-crafted cocktail liqueurs! On Friday, February 15, independent singer/songwriter Todd Coyle returns to the Distillery. He has recorded four CDs, and plays thoughtful originals in addition to well-considered covers. On Saturday, February 16, Acoustic Blues Revue performs, featuring Dan Cronin on guitar/vocals and Mark Dorosh on standup bass. This well-loved local duo play acoustic prewar blues and more. Music starts at six both nights and is free, as are the tastings. So stop on by and enjoy the evening!

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    Default Jimmy Cherry and Open Mic with Deane Kern this Weekend

    Great local music and great likker this weekend On Friday, February 22, alt-country/folk prodigy Jimmy Cherry returns to the Distillery with his inventive originals, unexpected covers, and extraordinary guitar playing. Music starts at 6 PM. On Saturday, February 23, house musician Deane Kern hosts the monthly Open Mic. Bring your guitar, banjo, fiddle, pennywhistle, tuba or anything else to play for us and with us. All skill levels welcome. Open Mic begins at 4 PM. Like the tastings, the music is free.

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    Default Mike Clement and Gary Smallwood, Friday and Saturday, 6-8 pm

    Join us this weekend on Friday, March 1, Mike Clement will sing, play guitar and harmonica. He performs a blend of covers and originals, citing influences such as Neil Young, Pearl Jam, and Radiohead. On Saturday, March 2, Gary Smallwood will play classic and soulful blues-rock. He also incorporates R&B, funk, country and show tunes into his playing. Gary plays more than 300 shows a year and has appeared or recorded with artists such as Jeff Healy and Bret Michaels. Music begins at six both nights. Like the music, the tastings are free. Hope to see you!

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    Default GREAT Music this Weekend: Jason Perry and Billy Thomson

    Bracing for the storm? After digging out, what better way to spend an evening than sitting by the fire with great music and terrific Cellos? On Friday, March 8, the talented Jason Perry plays soulful music from a wide variety of genres, ranging from Neil Young to the Counting Crows. Perhaps members from one of Jason's projects will sit-in. On Saturday, March 9, blues/soul musician Billy Thompson returns to the distillery with his trademark Stratocaster-drenched awesomeness. Expect searing vocals and burning licks in this intimate solo performance. Billy has played with musicians such as Little Milton, Albert King, and Art Neville. He just played the Washington D.C.'s famous Blues Alley club this very week. You won't want to miss music at the Distillery this weekend! Music starts at six, and both shows are free.

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    Default Happy St. Patty's Day!

    Come on out and celebrate St. Patty's Day with us--with a little bit o'music and some artfully crafted liquor! On Friday, March 15, Winchester native Gary Carroll plays exciting original materials, as well as covers of everything from Merle Haggard, to The Beatles to Pink. Gary is a former sideman for Dicky Betts (of the Allman Brothers), Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, and Dan Akyroyd. On Saturday, March 16, Acoustic Blues Revue will perform, featuring Dan Cronin on guitar/vocals and Mark Dorosh on standup bass. This well-loved local duo play acoustic prewar blues, ragtime, jazz and more. Music begins at six both nights. Like the tastings, the music and fun are free.

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    Default Where is spring?

    Boy oh boy, when is spring really going to arrive? We so want to open up our outside tasting area! In the meantime, we still have great drinks and music on the inside....Join us Friday, March 22, for the return of Eric & Kate Avey to the Distillery. This awesome musical couple play bluegrass and more on standup bass, guitar, and a variety of other instruments. Expect tasteful originals, thoughtful covers, and rich vocal harmonies. These guys are back by popular demand! On Saturday, March 23, house musician Deane Kern sings soul, blues and rock standards, folk songs, with a touch of jazz and reggae. Who knows? Barbara Weber or other musical accomplices might turn up. Music begins at 6 PM both nights, and like the tastings, is free.

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    Default Jimmy Cherry Friday and Todd Coyle with OPEN MIC on Saturday

    Spring is popping up all around in spite of this week's snow! Enjoy it with us, along with our terrific farm-fresh cocktail liqueurs and jamming local musicians. On Friday, March 29, alt-country/folk prodigy Jimmy Cherry returns to the Distillery with his inventive originals, unexpected covers, and extraordinary guitar playing. Music starts at 6 PM. On Saturday, March 30, independent singer/songwriter Liberty Street music legend Todd Coyle hosts the Distillery's Open Mic. Bring your guitar, banjo, fiddle, pennywhistle, tuba or anything else to play for us and with us. All skill levels welcome. Open Mic begins at 4 PM. The music, like the tastings, is free.

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    Default Justin Starnes, Vince Farabaugh and Steve Warner & Friends Live at The Distillery

    Swing on by for a sweeeet time! On Friday, April 12, Justin Starnes & Vince Farabaugh perform for the first time as a duo at the Distillery. A talented songwriter, Justin's music is best described as American Roots music--a blend of folk ballads, country, blues, swing and bluegrass. Vince is one of the premier harmonica players in the region. His chops are quickly becoming the stuff of legend. On Saturday, April 13, Steve Warner & Friends return. A versatile performer, Steve's set might include folk, country, swing, jazz and rock songs ranging from the 1850s to the 1950s. His award-winning originals reveal a sharp eye for detail and mood. Music begins at 6 PM both nights. Like the music, the tastings are free : )

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    Default Great music, Great 'shine!

    On Friday, April 19, Gary Smallwood will play classic and soulful, blues-rock. He also incorporates R&B, funk, country and show tunes into his playing. Gary plays more than 300 shows a year and has appeared or recorded with artists such as Jeff Healy and Bret Michaels. On Saturday, March 16, Acoustic Blues Revue will perform, featuring Dan Cronin on guitar/vocals and Mark Dorosh on standup bass. This well-loved local duo play acoustic prewar blues, ragtime, jazz, standards and more. Music begins at six both nights. Like the tastings, the music is free.

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    It is good. Very sweet though.

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