Sol Roots band with special guest Ron Holloway Tuesday Nov 27

There is a fantastic Northern Virginia concert coming up on Tuesday November 27! The Sol Roots band with special guest Ron Holloway will be performing at The Legendary JV's in Falls Church VA and creating a blend of energetic rock, greasy funk, heartfelt soul, fiery jazz, and raw blues.

Sol Roots is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who has toured with many roots, funk, and blues legends around the world as a part of Music Maker Revue.

The Sol Roots band has shared the stage with acts such as Jon Cleary, Soulive, Dumpstaphunk, The Wood Brothers, Robert Randolph, Eric Lindell, Booker T Jones, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Shemekia Copeland, Jackie Greene, Sonny Landreth and more.

Paying homage to the greats, and with a love of Universal Music as the guiding light, Sol steps out on a path with a powerful unique group of talented musicians.

Sol is an official Home Grown Music Network artist and a "Next Generation" Music Maker Relief Foundation artist.

"...a soulful blend of rock and blues and a natural stage presence"
"Sol is a fierce guitarist and soulful singer" - Jambase

"World renewed master saxophonist Ron Holloway has worked with groups such as Little Feat, Gov't Mule, Warren Haynes, Dizzy Gillespie and many more"

Ron Holloway is one of the busiest tenor saxophonists on today's music scene in any genre! Recently, Ron toured extensively with The Warren Haynes Band, in support of two critically acclaimed releases on the Stax Records label. Holloway is a frequent guest of Gov't Mule, Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Allman Brothers Band, and many others. Over the years, he has been a member of an eclectic roster of groups, including; the Susan Tedeschi Band, the Dizzy Gillespie Quintet, Gil Scott-Heron and Root Boy Slim.

JV's is a classic roadhouse venue that has been showcasing the best in national, regional, and local rock, soul, blues, and rockabilly performers for decades. JV's is a fixture in the Washington D.C. area music scene and has recently been expanded to hold larger acts and to accommodate more music fans.

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