The sound of guitar, mandolin and the cello will fill ArtSpace Herndon (750 Center St.) on Saturday as traditional music trio Lulu’s Fate performs.
According to a bio provided by ArtSpace:
Lulu’s Fate is a trio based in the Washington, DC area, performing a variety of traditional American music as well as original and “new traditional” songs and tunes. The group is comprised of Tom Espinola (guitar, mandolin & vocals), Kristen Jones (cello & vocals) and Kara Bolling (vocals). Lulu’s Fate combines virtuosic instrumentals with tight three-part harmonies to create new interpretations of traditional Appalachian music. They also mix in a variety of country blues, Dixieland, sea chanteys, southern string band tunes, and covers ranging from Hank Williams to Tom Waits. In addition to several original songs and instrumental tunes by Tom Espinola, Lulu’s Fate also features songs by other contemporary “new traditional” performers.
The band regularly throughout the DC Metro area, including at tthe Washington Folk Festival, Takoma Park Folk Festival, Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival, and the Institute of Musical Traditions.
Tickets for the show, slated for 4-6 p.m. Saturday, are $15 and can be purchased online.
For more information about this and other shows at ArtSpace Herndon, call 703-956-6590 or email [email protected].
Image courtesy Lulu’s Fate
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