Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 13, 2012
D.C. band Naylor Court is bringing its playful alt-rock sound to the Rock and Roll Hotel in April, headlining a highly anticipated show on the 6th. This is the group's first appearance at the venerable H Street venue.
Wilco fans will love guitarist John Ray’s heartfelt vocals and violinist Alex Hervish’s lyrical passages and melodic hooks. Rock enthusiasts and fellow musicians will appreciate the stellar rhythmic talents of bassist Aaron Miller and drummer Sebastian “Sebas” Restifo, as well as the keyboard stylings of the talented Ben Richman. Just about everyone will enjoy the group’s eclectic canon of covers, ranging from “Another Night” to “Little Lion Man.”
Naylor Court has been playing around the D.C. metro area for almost three years, gracing the stages of such venues as Wonderland Ballroom, Jammin’ Java and the Red Palace. They notably played a sold-out show at the Velvet Lounge in January, drawing upwards of 200 people to the gig. The group has taken its act on the road as well, making appearances in Philadelphia and at New York City’s Bowery Electric.
The members are finalizing an EP they recorded last September, and will offer fans merchandise and brand-new covers at the show. In the meantime fans can listen to their music and watch clips of their live shows on Facebook.
René Moffatt and The District Lights will be opening for Naylor Court. Doors open at 8 p.m., and the show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 and are on sale now. The Rock and Roll Hotel is located at 1353 H St, NE. Be sure to stop by!