Fiddler on the Roof: Life in the Shtetl I had such a wonderful time as part of the cast for Arena Stage's 2014/15 production of this iconic musical. Led by the inimitable Jonathan Hadary and Ann Arvia as Tevye and Golde, this show was popular with critics and audiences alike. Directed by Arena Artistic Director Molly Smith with Music Direction by Paul Sportelli and Choreography by Parker Esse, how could it have been anything other than awesome?
By the way, that's me in the big white beard!!
Jazzin' Up Things at The Black Fox Lounge Awesome night of good music at the Black Fox Lounge. Thanks to all who came out and especially Barbara Papendorp & Oren Levine for the invitation to join in the fun.
Joe Peck & Friends at The Athenaeum Celebrating Alexandria's Dog Days of Summer at the Athenaeum on August 8 Joe Peck, Jim Gormley & Matthew Leonard will share a mix of popular tunes and original songs (several of which have received international airplay). Joining them will be popular indie artist Mercedes Mill.
Debi Champion's Writer's Night at Commodore Grille Accomplished musician and songwriter Rick Stewart stood in as host for Debi Champion on July 28. Joe felt right at home at the Commodore, playing his tunes to a full house of music enthusiasts. He joined Larry King, the popular Tom Flanery, and Grand Ole Opry veteran Jerry K. Green on stage in a round robin of very well received original songs.
Joe Peck & Friends at St. Elmo's
On May 31, Joe will return to St. Elmo's Coffee Pub with percussionist Jim Gormley and bass player Matthew Leonard. If you haven't heard this trio before, you really don't want to miss this one! If you have, then we know you'll be there!!
Joe Peck: In The City Lights
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