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Pearl Street Warehouse
33 Pearl Street SW, Washington, District of Columbia 20024
Eric Scott and Jonathan Sloane at Pearl Street Warehouse
on Saturday, February 3rd.
33 Pearl Street SW — Washington, DC
Doors 7pm — Show 8:30pm
Come join us at the new and beautifully renovated DC Wharf!
Washington, D.C. soul/pop artist Eric Scott has enjoyed a varied and interesting musical journey. As a touring bassist, vocalist, and singer/songwriter, he has performed throughout the world, sharing the stage with artists as diverse as Mavis Staples, REO Speedwagon, Keb’ Mo’, and Little Feat. Recent collaborations include the MusiCorps Band with Roger Waters, Tom Morello, Billy Corgan, G.E. Smith, and Jake Clemons. Also former Whitesnake guitarist Bernie Marsden.
His original songs have appeared on ABC-TV, Showtime, Starz Network, Cinemax, The WB, and in several major motion pictures. He has also lent his singing voice to ad campaigns for HGTV, DC Lottery, and Nat Geo, including the popular shows “The Incredible Dr. Pol” and “The Dog Whisperer” that aired worldwide.
The journey continues in 2018 as Scott will release his fifth and sixth albums, starting with the EP “The Charm City Sessions” and followed by the full length release “Peace Bomb,” which is produced by Jim Ebert (Butch Walker, Meredith Brooks, Cowboy Mouth). Both will be released on his Itzall Goode Music label. His brutally honest and soul-baring songwriting style continues to evolve, and these new albums combine nasty funk and old school soul with singer/songwriter pop instincts…with Scott’s gospel drenched voice front and center. With a backing band comprised of some of DC’s finest and funkiest musicians, Scott’s live show is a celebration of uplifting energy and positivity that get’s booty’s movin’ and minds thinking. “I’m calling it New School Old School Soul Pop,” says Scott. Dutch magazine Strutterzine says...«with a voice like his, he can do no wrong.»
Jonathan Sloane is a multi-talented, lifelong musician, instructor, guitarist and lyricist based in Rockville, Maryland, just outside of Washington, DC. His compositions, tone and lyrical lead guitar playing are deeply rooted in the blues; expanding into R&B, rock 'n' roll, funk and soul.
Sloane has played to sold out crowds at both the local and national level. He is a sought after talent in the Baltimore and Washington, DC music scenes. Recently, he performed with the Bandhouse Gigs collective, a group of local musicians intent on honoring the legacy of legendary acts like Jimi Hendrix and The Band; and has shared the stage with some of the top performers in the region, including The Patty Reese Band, Daryl Davis, The Nighthawks, saxophone extraordinaire Ron Holloway, Mary Ann Redmond and the Cris Jacobs Band.
Jonathan writes and performes with several of his own bands, each offering a unique outlet for his eclectic influences to shine.
Yellow Dubmarine is a tribute band that reimagines the beloved Beatles catalogue through syncopation and soul of early rock-steady, dub and roots-rock reggae. In addition to working out song arrangements, Jonathan contributes vocals and rhythm and lead guitar. Known for their live performances, in 2011, the band released the well-received studio album, Abbey Dub. The band has performed across the country, with gigs at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC; Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado; The Mint in L.A.; and The House of Blues in both Houston and New Orleans. For more information, please visit Yellowdubmarine.com.
Sloane also performs and writes songs for Jamison and Double-O-Soul, Wayward Dog and the Jonathan Sloane Trio. Each group performs a mix of original compositions and classic soul and blues covers. Find them at local music venues such as The Hamilton, the Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club, the 8X10 Club and Penn Social. Jonathan is currently in the process of recording original works as each band continues to impress audiences with the electricity of their live performances.