Uptown Concerts starts a new season in a new venue, Cellar Stage at Sykesville. Nationally acclaimed singer, songwriter and guitarist Andrew McKnight joins forces with friend and fellow award-winning performing songwriter Tony Denikos for a special concert. They accompany each other with taste and tone, and occasional flurries of instrumental virtuosity when appropriate, while blending their distinctive rich voices in harmony. Performing short solo segments as well as in the round swapping songs, with all the between-song mischief and musical textures one might expect from accomplished musicians. Their show is truly more than a "two for one," and a concert experience you won't want to miss!
Andrew's annual return with the turning of the leaves - make your reservations for delicious dinner and a show well in advance, call 860/928-1562.
Andrew's first concert in Bangor in five years!
Andrew is honored to join a multitude of musicians from various different area congregations to make a joyful noise with his neighbors at the historic Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Each group will do a 15-minute, 3-song set.
Doors open at 7pm - don't be late for a great seat in this intimate and historic venue.
A full show outdoors at Jackson Square in downtown Clarksburg as part of one of the most exciting and fast-growing First Friday events anywhere in the region! It's a free show and parking is free in the lot at 328 Washington Avenue. If it's cold or inclement weather, the concert will be in the intimate listening space at the Gore Luxe Building, 207 W. Pike St.
Andrew returns this autumn season for a solo show at the beautiful Grace Church, next to Winchester's downtown walking mall - a choice of great restaurants for dinner after the show! Sponsored in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
A meditative musical reflection on gratitude in troubled times. All are welcome.