Ready for the Levitt AMP Frederick Music Series? 10 weeks of free, live music at Carroll Creek Park Amphitheater start on June 16, featuring The Nighthawks, Mary Ann Redmond, The Hello Strangers, Elikeh and more! See the full lineup.
Artists pictured above (L to R, from top to bottom): The Nighthawks, Mary Ann Redmond, Walker's Run, Elikeh, Hello Strangers, Danny and the Red Pants Band, Dale and the ZDubs, The Crawdaddies, Todd Marcus, Hard Swimmin' Fish
Legendary band The Nighthawks has been mixing blues, rock, rockabilly, soul and swing since 1972.
Mary Ann Redmond
Known for her soulful voice, Mary Ann Redmond is a favorite in the Washington, D.C. area for her blues, jazz and pop performances.
With their combination of banjo, mandolin, guitar, fiddle and more, Walker's Run creates an eclectic mix of bluegrass, indie rock and mountain music.
Drawing on danceable music from Togolese, Nigerian, American and Latin traditions, Elikeh puts its own fresh, electrified spin on Afropop.
The Hello Strangers
Sister duo Larissa Chace Smith and Brechyn Chace are The Hello Strangers, whose haunting harmonies and original, wittingly noir songwriting style are the backbone of their sound.
Danny and the Red Pants Band
GRAMMY award-winning artist and longtime bassist for They Might Be Giants Danny Weinkauf teams up with the Red Pants Band to bring pop tunes that are loads of fun for the whole family.
Dale and the ZDubs
Energetic live performers Dale and the ZDubs create a fresh rock/reggae sound with influences from Sublime, Bob Marley, The Clash and more.
The Crawdaddies infuse Cajun, zydeco, blues, ska, roots, rock and reggae into an incomparable, groove-laden sound that is unquestionably its own.
One of the few artists worldwide to focus on the bass clarinet as a main instrument in modern jazz, Todd Marcus plays with fiery and introspective intensity.
Hard Swimmin' Fish
An ensemble deeply rooted in the traditions of American music, Hard Swimmin' Fish turns blues, jazz, funk and swing into a spicy brew that is familiar yet unique.