Tom Principato Plays Falls Church July 22

Tom Principato and his band are playing a free concert at Cherry Hill Park at 7PM on July 22, sponsored by the City of Falls Church Village Preservation and Improvement Society. Tom Principato is an internationally recognized guitar legend who just happens to be a Falls Church neighbor. His band has played an August event the last two years in Rocky Gap Maryland that Mad Fox sponsors and we will say that this is a show not to miss, free or not. This Wammie award (more than a dozen) winning artist grooves amazing blues, funk, soul, reggae in a mix that has been called a “gorgeous gumbo.” Hearing the opening notes to Jimi Hendrix’s “Red House” is a familiar thrill, but Tom’s original songs are even better. Fair warning, there will be dancing in the park. Bring some cash to buy Tom’s latest CD, “Raising The Roof!”

We’ll be parking at Mad Fox and enjoying some beers before the show, before grabbing our lawn chairs and walking with our families one block to the park at 7PM. If you want to grab dinner before hand, make certain you get seated before 5:30 – don’t want to miss the show you know!! The show will be over before 9, so dinner after works nicely. I hope you can join us.

Tom Principato Plays MASHOUT 2007

Tom Principato Plays MASHOUT 2007 - Photo John Esparolini

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~ by madfoxbrewing on July 19, 2010.

One Response to “Tom Principato Plays Falls Church July 22”

  1. Bill. Rick, thanx 4 “heads up.”
    Enjoyed my “sampler” and Mussels in saison, 7/16.
    Will be back 7/22, if I’m still standing.

    Rod

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