2477 18th St. NW
Washington, DC, 20009
Doors 7:00 PM
This event is all ages
Oliver Hazard is a ramshackle of uprooted folk-stomp and a chain gang choir of three.
At the center of the most potent folk music is a shamanistic vessel that’s traveled miles in the outside world and miles within his or her emotional interior to emerge with music that instantly breaks down walls and opens hearts.
Folk singer-songwriter Eli Lev beholds the gifts of such journeys. He’s a searcher, a sage, and a storyteller with a message of unity in song. He pens hymns for everyday enlightenment—songs that resonate because they’re heartfelt, earthy, and they offer wisdom culled from self-discovery.
His upcoming album release, All Roads East, imaginatively and intrepidly connect spheres and generations with a body of work that’s irresistibly uplifting, emotionally resonant, and quietly groundbreaking.
“When I’ve been on the road, and I can’t speak the language, I’ve always been able to play a song and suddenly everyone’s singing and dancing. There’s a connection there, and, in that instant, there is a community,” marvels the Washington, D.C.-based artist.
Joining Eli for his album release show is DC songstress Emma G, electro-pop sensation Loi Loi, and special guests, Seneca from Baltimore.