If you missed Dan Wolff & The Muddy Crows this weekend at Courthaus Social, then you missed one of the band’s most interesting visual performances of their career. Donning all black and embracing the macabre nature of the Halloween weekend the boys were in rare form as the emceed the Virginia Area bar’s coveted costume contest.
It’s not often that Dan Wolff & The Muddy Crows get to play a gig on their home turf of Silver Spring, Maryland. Therefore, Saturday was a rare treat as the locals “flocked” to see their hometown favorites. The evening featured the talented Tiffany Shanta on the violin as the group performed four hours of everyone’s favorite hits and Dan Wolff originals. From Vance Joy to Van Morrison, The Beatles to The Bodeans, and everything in between- TMC rocked the night away as the sun cast it’s golden glow over the the Denizens Brewing Company’s patio and sank westward over the nation’s Capital.
Dan Wolff & The Muddy Crows were in Gettysburg, PA, this past weekend, performing on the first of the two day, 12th annual , Gettysburg Wine & Music Festival . Growing in popularity every year, this event is becoming the premier event for Central Pennsylvania’s music scene. Gathered in the shade to take shelter from the oppressive heat, the crowds were extremely receptive to The Muddy Crows return. Having played in 2014, TMC knew how to work the crowd into dancing and singing along with their collection of original material. This year , DC’s best original band shared the stage with a number of well known acts including the Reagan Years, Lovebettie, ilyAIMY, and Fink’s Constant!
Last night, the rains fell upon Northern Maryland. Despite the high winds and flash flood warnings, The Muddy Crows still drew the masses to The Fillmore, in Silver Spring. Sharing the stage with famed Dave Matthew’s Tribute Band, Crowded Streets, they opened the show with their crowd favorite originals and clearly demonstrated why they are known as “DC’s Best Original Band.” If you missed this show, be on the lookout for more LiveNation bookings for these two bands. A show like this doesn’t come around often and you surely do not want to miss it twice!