Brewer's Alley is not just great food, beer and a friends meeting place it's also great LIVE music.
Here's some info on those that performed and made the event possible: Rod Deacey is the brainchild behind the Monday Night Songwriter Showcase at Brewer's Alley. Originating in the now defunct Westside Cafe, the Monday Night songwriter series is in its seventh year. Rod is a music promoter and performing songwriter who resides in Frederick.
Greg Ross - Greg is an education professional by day and performer by night. He is the leader of the acoustic band Gregor and the MacGregors. He has been performing music in the Frederick area for over ten years, starting his music career as a regular performer at the SNAFU music series founded by David Morreale.
Doug Alan Wilcox - Former Frederick resident (currently Hagerstown based) Doug Alan Wilcox has been performing his smooth folk/jazz original music up & down the East Coast for over fifteen years. He is also a highly sought after percussionist. http://www.dougalanwilcox.com
Juliet Lloyd - Berklee College of Music graduate Juliet Lloyd has recently moved to the Columbia area (from Boston) and is quickly gaining new fans. Her piano work is flawless and her songs are heartfelt and catchy. She blends elements of pop, rock and soul into her music. She's "soulful, emotive, and loaded with groove" (Metronome Magazine). http://www.julietlloyd.com
Heather Lloyd (featured artist) - Heather is one-half of the acoustic power group ilyAimy (I Love You and I Miss You). She's also a rising solo performer. A smooth guitar player, she's also a dynamite percussionist and a vocalist who'll bring you to your knees. A true lyricist, Heather's songs reach inside you. You'll think each song was written with you in mind. http://www.ilyaimy.com
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