Gypsy Sally's presents a free show in our Vinyl Lounge
Hannah Jaye and the Hideaways, Lucy Isabel
3401 K Street NW
Washington, DC, 20007
Doors 5:30 PM / Show 7:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
Hannah Jaye and the Hideaways
Hannah Jaye and the Hideaways is an original folk band based in Washington, DC. The band features Hannah Jaye on lead vocals and guitar, Rebecca Weiss on fiddle, Greg Mulley on upright bass, and Giacomo Fornasini on mandolin, banjo, and harmonica. Their story-driven music combines soulful vocals, meaningful lyrics, and captivating instrumentals. With roots in bluegrass, country, blues, rock, and pop, Hannah Jaye and the Hideaways inspire a variety of audiences to dance and appreciate the little things in life. Since forming 7 months ago, the band has performed over 16 shows at The New Deal Cafe, Big Bear Cafe, the Takoma Park Folk Festival, Smith Public Trust, and other venues across the DMV. They are excited to release their first EP of 7 songs this winter.
With a voice described as “pure folk,” Lucy Isabel has been charming audiences across the country since making her debut in Nashville in January 2015.
Originally from New Jersey, Isabel spent her childhood and adolescence performing as an actress, primarily in musical theater productions . This led her to earn a bachelor’s degree in Theater Studies from Yale University in May of 2014. During her senior year of college she performed with one of Yale’s professional a cappella groups, Whim ‘n Rhythm. As a result, Isabel decided to shift her focus from a career in acting to a career in music.
Since her move to Nashville, Isabel has played countless shows in venues across the city. She released her debut EP, Along The Way, in February 2016. The EP was a turning point in her career, as it enabled her to get out on the road and share her music with audiences outside of Nashville. In February 2017, Isabel released a follow up EP entitled KANE. This album marked a notable growth in her storytelling, focusing on her maternal grandmother’s family. “I never knew any of the people that I wrote about for KANE. Each one of them is a part of me, but the stories I tell about them are mostly stories that were passed down to me. I was interested in the successes and failures of oral history and KANE was a way for me to express that interest,” the artist says.
Isabel’s current project, her debut LP, continues her commitment to story-telling and emotionally moving melodies. All of her releases are available on all major online distribution platforms. Lucy Isabel tours nationally full-time. If you’re interested in seeing her play live, visit lucyisabelmusic.com/live.
Happy Hour: 5:30-7:00pm