227 Maple Ave E
Vienna, VA, 22180
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:30 PM
This event is all ages
Adi Wineland is a singer-songwriter and musical theatre performer born and raised in Northern Virginia. A storyteller at heart, Adi believes in the universal power of music to inspire and uplift others. Adi’s one-man show at Jammin Java will be a power-packed night of original music, classics, and a show tune or two sprinkled in.
Adi began his career as a performer and writer at a young age after having been exposed to many genres of music growing up. Versatile at singing, piano, and guitar, Adi has performed in venues big and small, from intimate coffee houses to the steps of the U. S. Capitol Building at the Department of Education’s 2016 Kickoff Campaign and has numerous musical theatre and a cappella credits, both as a performer and a director. Adi’s journey took him to James Madison University, where he is a rising sophomore studying Communications and Musical Theatre.
Last year, after a series of set-backs, heartbreaks, and failures, Adi found himself spiraling into a near-fatal bout with depression. Now, Adi is putting his stories and the lessons he learned from that experience into his debut professional original album, Repentance , available for purchase and streaming on October 4th. He hopes that in some way, his music can help others going through the same things he has gone through.
Born and raised in Northern Virginia, Nica Albertson has been surrounded by music rooted in jazz, classical, and folk her entire life. Her father, John Albertson, taught Nica jazz guitar and classical piano from the young age of 7. Since 2010, Nica has been opening and performing at events in her Baha'i community and high school shows. In 2011, Nica performed a monologue advocating women's rights in Iran as a part of Leila Milani's play-- titled "Azadee"-- in front of the UN Board in NYC and in January 2019 she directed the one-act musical "21 Chump Street." Her bands, "Nica and the Nightlights" (2018) and "The Antz" (2019) have performed at Marshall High School's monthly battle of the bands concerts. Her YouTube channel and Instagram page have grown in popularity over the past two years and she strives to release an album in the coming years as she embarks her college career at The George Washington University this fall.
Advance $10 | Day of $15
• Full dinner and drink menu available
• The Premier Plus section is a raised area with great views and reserved seats and tables. There is a dedicated server for faster service
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