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A riveting songwriter, singer, pianist, arranger, producer, session player, and performer of “swampy rock & roll,” Leon Russell’s vast impact on American music lasted for over five decades before he passed away in November 2016. Russell went on to write, sing, and top the charts with iconic hits such as “A Song For You,” “Tightrope,” “Delta Lady,” “Out in the Woods,” and “This Masquerade.”

BandHouse Gigs is the D.C. area’s premier producer of one of a kind tribute concerts to legendary musicians and eras. This show will feature songs from Russell’s entire catalog performed by 35 of the areas' finest performers including Jon Carroll, Patty Reese, Tommy Lepson, Black Betty, Bobby Thompson, Bob Berberich, Bill Starks, and more to be announced.