Saturday, June 15, 2019 • 7:30 pm
Best of the Hub City
A performance showcasing the Hub City’s best home-grown talent!
This performance is part of Imagine Hagerstown, a month of arts and music in downtown Hagerstown
This raucous and high-flying quintet, led by Hagerstown native Trent Renshaw, plays the hot jazz of the 1930s and 40s. Think Django Reinhardt, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, and more – all of which will take you to another time and bring a smile to your face! Renshaw is joined by musicians extraordinaire Dwayne Brooke (The Woodshedders), Ken Bussey (Ginada Pinata), Jacob Smith (The Woodshedders), and Randy Ball (Hard Swimmin’ Fish).
Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and producer Lykoh is taking the alternative pop/contemporary R&B scene by storm. His catchy lyrical hooks have gained him an impressive following on Spotify and YouTube. An up and coming artist, in 2018, he made it through several rounds of ‘American Idol.’
Candice Mowbray and Danny Webber
Classical guitarist Candice Mowbray is regarded for her beautiful town and lyrical style. She makes appearances as a soloist and chamber musician and has been featured in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Toronto, Baltimore, and Washington, DC. Jazz, classical, and rock guitarist Danny Webber is known for his refined yet energetic approach. He plays throughout the tri-state area with some of the most celebrated local musicians.
Tekesha Martinez is a poet, activist, minister, and community mediator. She believes in the power of the spoken word to bring about change. She is the creator of Spit Ur Peace, a movement created to inspire and empower local writers of all ages. She is involved with Hagerstown Cease Pain, which asks residents to take a peace challenge in solidarity, quarterly, for 72 hours.
Danielle Horochowski has choreographed, directed, and staged such classic ballets as Giselle, Cinderella, Swan Lake, and The Nutcracker. She has been on staff with the USA International Ballet Competition and served as Director of Dance for Center Stage Productions in Jackson, MS. She has performed with ClancyWorks (Washington, DC), and is currently the Artistic Director of The Western Maryland City Ballet Company.