Stone Driver

Stone Driver

Black Dog Prowl, Fellowcraft

Sat May 26

Doors: 5:30 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

$12.00 - $20.00

• Full dinner and drink menu available
• The Premier Plus section is a raised area with great views and reserved seats and tables. There is a dedicated server for faster service

Stone Driver
Stone Driver
Stone Driver is a critically acclaimed rock band based out of Washington, DC that harnesses grunge, blues rock, progressive, and psychedelic influences to create powerful, evocative, and soulful music that connects and resonates with their audience.

Stone Driver recently released their second full length album "Rocks" with the help of famed London based producer Sefi Carmel, who has also crafted music for David Bowie, Phil Collins, Bruno Mars, and BB King.

Stone Driver and its members have shared venue billings with Living Colour, the B-52s, Bush, Everclear, Radiohead, The Whirlees, Hole, and Soundgarden. Stone Driver has a rapidly expanding fan base of modern, roots, and classic rock aficionados, and has created a growing buzz in both national & international media outlets for their raw and original rock creations.
Black Dog Prowl
Black Dog Prowl
Black Dog Prowl is considered one of Washington, DC's hardest hitting rock bands. The four-piece showcases original material ranging from the slow, down-tuned to a fast-paced kick in the teeth. If one insists on drawing a line to the familiar, BDP has drawn sonic comparisons to the likes of Soundgarden, Torche, and Nirvana.

The band has built their reputation on a powerful live show, playing and headlining notable DC area venues like Black Cat, Rock & Roll Hotel, Velvet Lounge, and The Fillmore Silver Spring, sharing the stage with renowned acts Steel Panther, The Parlor Mob, The Answer, and A Thousand Horses. D.C. Music Download hails that "without a doubt […] these guys have owned every performance they’ve done. The band never misses a step throughout a set — the bellowing bass, explosive drums, intense energy and robust vocals of frontman Josh Finver all make for a powerful show."

On December 4, 2015, the band was the supporting act for Candlebox’s sold-out show at the historic Teatro Cariola in Santiago, Chile. Local press,, praised the band for "delivering 40 minutes from all the power and intensity of its characteristic indie rock sound with shades of grunge, in a show marked by melodies rife with energy and dynamism […]."

In 2016, the band hit the studio to record the EP Have A Little, featuring the single “Shame.” Independently released in June, Have A Little marked the band’s first new release since the 2013 single, "No Robots," and their fourth studio effort. The guys have been playing shows in support of the EP throughout the DC area and select cities along the East Coast, including Brooklyn, NY, and Richmond, VA.
Fellowcraft is an original rock and roll band from Washington DC. Brian and JR met in Federal Lodge #1, the oldest Masonic Lodge in the District of Columbia. They both had experience in live music, and became fast friends. In 2014, after a string of significant life events, JR was itching to start a band. A simple jam in JR's new home in Shaw led to a rooftop show. That led to more shows at numerous venues around DC, and the momentum continues. Today you can follow Fellowcraft's exploits and shenanigans on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and here on the home site.

In March 2015, Fellowcraft released their debut EP, "...the Singles", to rave reviews. The trio released their sophomore record, a full length album, "Get Up Young Phoenix", in January of 2016 to iTunes/Spotify/Amazon/Google Play and more. They have been featured in national broadcasts, radio, television, newspaper, numerous independent blogs, websites, and national podcasts. (Links available at

Fellowcraft is about revelry, energy, and independence. Brian, Brandon and JR are more than band mates, they're friends. The sound they seek is sonic authenticity; they want to tell their story, whatever it may be at the time, in a no nonsense way.

"We love making music, whenever, and wherever we can."
Venue Information:
Union Stage
740 Water Street SW
Washington, DC, 20024