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Photo by Gina Nilce

Saturday, September 7 – Magnolia Vineyards & Winery in Amissville, VA

Three-set solo performance
2:00 – 5:00 PM
FREE (no cover)
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Magnolia Vineyards & Winery
200 View Town Road
Amissville, VA 20106
(703) 785-8190

Sunday, September 8 – Songbyrd Music House (Vinyl Lounge) in Washington, DC69489785_10162337629190261_3572785218240643072_o

Opening for Michael Sackler-Berner (MSB)
Read more about MSB: Click HERE
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:00 PM
FREE ($5 suggested donation)
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Songbyrd Music House, Vinyl Lounge
2475 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 450-2917

Saturday, September 14 – Johnny Monarch’s on the Green in Marshall, VA

Three-set solo performance
5:00 – 8:00 PM
FREE (no cover)
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Johnny Monarch’s
8374 W. Main St.
Marshall, VA 20155
(540) 878-3555

Sunday, September 15 – The Pub & The People in Washington, DC

Two-set solo performance of all original music
Sponsored by 7DrumCity
7:00 – 9:00 PM
FREE (no cover)
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The Pub & The People
1648 North Capitol Street NW
Washinton, DC 2002
(202) 234-1800

About Maddi Mae

Maddi Mae - LandscapeIndie-folkish songwriter Maddi Mae hides in the quiet corners of Virginia. “She’s a local artist who plays the guitar with an intuitive spirit, writes lyrics that spill directly from her soul, and sings like a tortured angel,” wrote Krysta Norma of Warrenton Lifestyle Magazine. Her sound is one part dark, dissonant, and heavy and another part romantic, airy, and delicate. Combining classic country, folk, and indie rock influences, Maddi Mae’s sound is reverb-heavy guitar (fingerstyle and big, sometimes jazzy, open-ended chords) and a distinct voice that is powerful, dynamic, haunting, and yet sweet at the same time. She released her debut 2-song EP Too Good to Be True / Sunshine on April 6th, 2019.

Listen to “Sunshine” (released April 2019)