Fellowcraft is a high energy original rock band from Washington DC. What started as a weekly jam quickly turned into a rooftop show. Today, momentum continues as the trio takes the show on the road to stages and venues all over DC and the surrounding region. In January of 2016 the trio released their first full length album titled "Get Up Young Phoenix". They have been featured on national, and international radio, blogs, media, national and international podcasts and even a 30 minute television special on DC's The Sound. You can read more about the band on their website FellowcraftBand.com, or like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter, Instagram, Email, and/or YouTube.
Fellowcraft is a high energy original rock and roll band from Washington DC. The band formed in the summer of 2014 when JR was itching to perform again. What started in a tiny studio apartment in the Shaw neighborhood of DC has exploded onto venues and stages all over Washington DC and the surrounding region. The trio plays at bars, local festivals like Taste of DC, and have started enjoying larger audiences at storied music venues like the Black Cat and Rock and Roll Hotel.
Part of the band's success is directly linked to the distinctive way that they write music, and perform as a team. All three members of the band each come with unique live music origins. JR found his start in rock bands as a lead singer, and rhythm guitarist; Brian was an active percussionist through college in symphonic, jazz, and marching band; Brandon cut his teeth on musical theater, choir, and competitive karaoke.
In January of 2016 the trio released a full length album titled "Get Up Young Phoenix”. The album was recorded and mixed at Inner Ear Studios, under the guide of legendary sound engineer, Don Zientara. Since the album's release they have been featured on both national and international media and radio, websites, blogs, podcasts, and even a 30 minute television special exclusively about the band on DC's The Sound. Today you can follow Fellowcraft's shenanigans, purchase or subscribe to their music, and read more about the band on their website: FellowcraftBand.com.
You can also keep in touch with their upcoming performances and new music releases by liking them on Facebook or following them via Email, Twitter, Instagram, and/or YouTube.