113 Centerway, Greenbelt, MD
(301) 474-5642

New Deal Cafe Events: January 20th to February 9th, 2019

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Deaf Brunch (11am to 12pm)
Fez Tones Hafla - Middle Eastern music & dance (6 to 8pm)
Reel and Meal at the New Deal: Changing the World, One Wall at a Time raises awareness of education discrimination by Iran's government against tens of thousands of Baha'is. More information and dinner plans! (7 to 9pm)
Led Zepplin Played Here - 1969. Man lands on the moon. Half a million strong at Woodstock. Sesame Street makes its debut…. and Led Zeppelin perform in the gym of the Wheaton Youth Center on Georgia Avenue in front of 50 confused teenagers. Or did they? Filmmaker Jeff Krulik offers a screening of his take on an enduring local legend on the 50th anniversary this concert was alleged to have taken place.‚Äč (7:30 to 9:30pm)
The Campfire Sessions - monthly "listening room" showcasing local songwriters with something to say. Brief Q&A follows each performance. Get to know the songwriters, get to know the songs!!!

(7 to 9:30pm)
Red Sammy - lyric driven Americana folk rock n' roll! A "graveyard country" band with gritty, stark storytelling that's part southwest rock, part Cash and Escovedo. Sparse, but accessible, there’s a thread that runs through the music, from Hawthorne and Poe (fitting, since the band is from Baltimore), to Faulkner and Flannery O’Conner. (7:30 to 9:30pm)
Ursula Ricks Project - sultry vocals with funky & gritty R&B (8:30 to 11:30pm)
Community Jazz Jam w/ Greg Meyer (2 to 5pm)
The Oxymorons - with top notch musicianship and soaring male & female vocals, this seriously-fun eight-piece band plays a mix of their award-winning originals! (8:30 to 11:30pm)
Deaf Brunch (11am to 12pm)
Kiva - Acoustic World Music for the Spirit! Using mythological stories and images, KIVA weaves a rainbow tapestry of ancient cultures and natural imagery into energizing mystical folk music for all ages.
(6 to 9pm)
New Deal Cafe regular board meeting. Members and visitors welcome. (6:30 to 9pm)
The Gayle Harrod Band - blues, soul, R&B, Motown, and original music that inspires, connects and moves both body and soul. Momentous sound, solid, engaging performances, professional musicianship, and a fun, eclectic and danceable play list. (7:30 to 9:30pm)
Misbehavin' Maidens - lewd lyrical lasses with tight chorals and loose morals! 
Parental Discretion Is Advised
(7:30 to 9:30pm)
The Colliders - the past and future of rock-n-roll with classic rockabilly, blues and honky-tonk. (7:30 to 9:30pm)
Caz Gardiner - growing up listening to jazz, Caribbean, soul, blues, rock, mod and punk, Caz Gardiner and her band are high energy performers with songs of overcoming struggles and celebrating life with a diverse, driving and soulful rock & reggae sound.

(8:30 to 11:30pm)
49 Cent Dress - a tasty mix of rock and roll with a dash of blues and soul. (8:30 to 11:30pm)
Deaf Brunch (11am to 12pm)
The Big Game Party!! Come watch your favorite team battle it out on our giant screen in your very own Community Living Room! (5 to 10pm)
S.A.W. (Songwriters Association Of Washington) Open Mic hosted by Lynn Hollyfield. Sign-ups begin at 6:30pm. Featured act plays from 8 to 8:30pm. (7 to 10pm)
Christine Havrilla - bringing her well-built, catchy, smart tunes to audiences everywhere, Christine utlilizes the soft, gritty tecture of her vocals to express warmth and honesty listeners quickly embrace as well as her agressive, raw, trash-style guitar playing and looping. (7:30 to 9:30pm)
LuLu's Fate - Appalachian, southern string band and country blues traditions, as well as original tunes and covers ranging from Hank Williams to Tom Waits. (7:30 to 9:30pm)
The Rockits - the ultimate party rock band! Classics from pop, funk, rock, country, disco, R&B and soul! (8:30 to 11:30pm)
The Skyla Burrell Band - with a perfect whiskey-soaked-with-honey voice and a blazing electric guitar, Skyla Burrell leads her full time, hard workin' band through high energy offerings of Blues that range from jumping, jazzy and swinging to rockin' Memphis soul and smoldering straight-up Chicago that's sure to raise the roof and incite some full-tilt boogie! (8:30 to 11:30pm)
Deaf Brunch (11am to 12pm)
Artist Reception: Paul Downs and John Guernsey (3 to 5pm)
Jelly Roll Mortals - rock and country, originals and covers (7 to 9pm)
Open Mic with James (7 to 10pm)
Global Warming - poetic songwriting and a grab bag of gems from artists such as Dylan, Steely Dan, Traffic, etc. The accordion and hand percussion add a distinct element: you'll recognize the song, but it'll be wearing a zoot suit. (7:30 to 9:30pm)
The Seth Kibel Quartet - high energy jazz and klezmer. Winner of 25 WAMMIES, including "Best World Music Instrumentalist" and "Best Jazz Instrumentalist". A must see!! (7:30 to 9:30pm)
The Highballers - In the tradition of outlaws like Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard, not to mention mystics like Gram Parsons and the Knitters, the Highballers spin a web of hard-edged, rockin’ country rooted in the diverse backgrounds of their members and the free-spirited abandon of the fiercest gunslinger in the Wild West. (8:30 to 11:30pm)
Poetry Open Mic (1 to 3pm)
The U-Liners - socially conscious Americana band playing a wide variety of roots-rock including bluegrass, rock'n roll, country, folk, swing, folk-rock, country-rock, blues, rhythm & blues, soul, and more! (8:30 to 11:30pm)
Deaf Brunch (11am to 12pm)
Fez Tones Hafla - Middle Eastern music & dance (6 to 8pm)
Reel and Meal at the New Deal: A monthly film series exploring social, environmental and animal rights concerns. More information and dinner plans! (7 to 9pm)
Open Mic with Joey Campfire (7 to 10pm)
Pub Quiz - bring your own team, or form one on the spot. Come out and test your knowledge on topics from Aardvarks to Zymurgy. (7 to 9pm)
Kings of Crownsville - polished yet rootsy tunes with harmony vocals and New Orleans-style horns (7:30 to 9:30pm)
Rock Creek Revival - drawing on musical influences from bluegrass and country, Rock Creek Revival is a strictly acoustic bluegrass band based near Washington, DC. They consider the New Deal Café their home and their style of playing “bluegrass for your ears.”
Haint Blue - "The seven-strong group artfully amalgamates poppy beats with Americana roots and instruments, producing a sound akin to Shovels & Rope or Avett Brothers, but still apart in its context and tonal shifts. Haint Blue has layers of pain and living in its lyrics, wrapped carefully in cheery beats and twangy harmonics." -Jonathan Goodwin, Deli Magazine
(8:30 to 11:30pm)
Community Jazz Jam w/ Greg Meyer (2 to 5pm)
Wild Anacostias - New Orleans/Blues style, funky, raucous, merry-making, multi-morphous Zydeco party band (8:30 to 11:30pm)

Schedule subject to change. Please visit our website at www.newdealcafe.com for the most current event schedule.