One Way Out
Fellowcraft, Maryjo Mattea
1940 9th St. NW
Washington, DC, 20001
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM
This event is all ages
One Way Out
The guys really show their commitment to bringing back rock". This statement from music reviewer CeasarLiveNLoud pretty much sums up One Way Out. One Way Out is a rock band from Washington D.C. who write their own songs and play a variety of covers ranging from the 1960's to today. Their classic rock influences give them "a strong 70's vibe mixed with a modern songwriting style."
On January 5th, 2018, One Way Out released their first EP, “Black & White”, which consists of four songs which were recorded at Mystery Ton Studios in September 2017. One Way Out has played at MilkBoy Arthouse, DC9,
"...feels both exhilarating and a bit dangerous, like throwing back that first shot of tequila (that’s perhaps lit on fire)." - Eliza Berkon, the DCist
Fellowcraft is an original Grunge-Blues Trio from Washington DC, described as Alice in Chains meets the Black Keys. All three members favor a minimalist approach to songwriting that allows each instrument to be featured prominently. They're also really, really nice guys.
In March 2015, Fellowcraft released their debut EP, "...the Singles". The trio released their sophomore record, a full length album, "Get Up Young Phoenix", worldwide on New Years Day, 2016. The trio's third release, THREE, was released in September.
Washington, DC-based songstress Maryjo Mattea captivates audiences with her uniquely melodic songwriting and hauntingly beautiful voice. Mattea’s music, which has garnered comparisons to Neko Case, Alanis Morissette, and Liz Phair, is the perfect hybrid of polished pop and raw rock. In addition to performing original music and more as a solo artist and with a band, she is also a member of the grunge-garage rock duo, Two Dragons and a Cheetah, electro-rock group, Color Palette, post-rock ensemble, Endless Winter, and occasional bassist for synth-pop band, Loi Loi. Bringing the songs to life on the records and the stage are Scott Manley, Joshua Hunter, and Eamonn Donnelly.