Line Up 2017

May 20

Hall Williams Band

Hall started composing music at age 13. For over 30 years he has written countless songs and performed hundreds of shows. 
His songs are thoughtful profound and inspirational. He combines his love of Jam Band music with Soul, Funk, Folk, Jazz and Gospel. 
The Hall Williams Band consists of good friend and top end musicians combining years of road and studio experience. 
Hall has shared the stage and performed with artist such as Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Aquarium Rescue Unit, Cabinet, Moe, Jason Crosby, And every local band in every little town.​

May 27

Panama Rex

The Panama Rex Band leaves audiences inspired by their rhythmic grooves that often cross genre boundaries. Its all about the “jam band”. A combination of the drums, phenomenal slide guitar, the crafted bass lines, and the passion of an inspired vocalist/guitar player, create a sound that doesn’t have people describing it as “Jimmy Buffett” but as the “Ultimate Jam Buffet Band”! As quoted from the Rolling Stone, "Promoting a lifestyle that eschews square life! "

June 3

Herd of Main Street

The Herd of Main Street blends a soulful mix of Americana, classic country and classic rock n’ roll. Their music will “take the listener on a journey far outside the grip of the cold, grey city. This is the music of wind-swept country plains and stretches of open road disappearing into a distant vanishing point.” – Ray’s Realm

June 10

Dirty Secret

High energy blues with a shot of old school rock that will make you thirsty for more. This group of seasoned players brings the party to the stage. Individually, they have played with such groups as The Cottonmouth Band, No Saints & Kelly's Secret

June 17

The Wafflers

Rock, soul, blues and bluegrass served up with a side of country.  The Wafflers came about because we love singing three part harmony, with acoustic guitar and bass backing us up. The Wafflers name came about because we went back and forth for months on what the band name should be. Then it became clear who we are.

June 24

Mad Planet

Mad Planet is a rock, reggae and funk band on a musical mission. Our fundamental goal is to play great music that people love to hear. The key to our sound is a fusion of acoustic and electric instruments with hints of DC Go-Go and Hip-Hop/Reggae funk. Our live performances are high energy party events and we bring the crowd into our world. Good times and good people are what we are about and we want everyone to experience our music.

July 1

Jeremy Gilless Band​​

"Formed in 2009, the Jeremy Gilless Band has been a regular fixture in Baltimore/Howard County venues and on the private event circuit for several years. Their punchy mix of modern rock, classic rock, reggae, and funk has had the band in high demand almost since it's inception. The band is fronted by guitarist/vocalist Jeremy Gilless, and co-fronted by bassist/vocalist extraordinaire Chris Owens. Jeremy's resume' includes John Nichols Band, Dave Tieff Band, Radio City, Michael Kocher, regular solo/acoustic dates, as well as Chris's full time band, Foreplay. Along with stellar bass chops, Chris's spot-on Sting and Bono vocal renditions are frequent show stoppers. Ludwig endorsed, regional freelance drummer Larry Rodbell holds the band together behind the kit, flowing from one genre to the next with ease. From Steely Dan to 311 and Marley to Isley Brothers to U2 and The Police, the band delivers great fun and never disappoints. See for yourself!"

July 8

The Reilly Goulait Band
Bob Reilly and Joe Goulait play the acoustic folk and rock of the '60s through today. They both have extensive musical histories in the Baltimore & Washington region. As a duo, they offer a lush harmonic blend of original and popular cover material. Their mission is to provide entertaining and inspiring music to a wide range of listening audiences.

July 15

Better Weather

July 22

Kelly Bell Acoustic Trio

Local favorites Kelly Bell Band rewrote lyrics to their classic track “Homegrown”.  The reworked song now features lyrics inspired by the flood in Ellicott City and was recently recorded at Wrightway Studios in Baltimore.  Formed as a backup band for Bo Diddley, the Kelly Bell Band is now closing in on its 21 year of playing, recording, and entertaining fans. They were voted the Best Blues Band in the Mid Atlantic Region 12 years in a row.

July 29

Dirty Secret w/ Special 

"Main St" Guests

August 5

Nights Watch Paradox

August 12

Radio Monkey

August 19

Reality Jones

August 26

A Work In Progress

Sept 2

Soul Island Rebels

Sept  9

We Are...

Sept 16

Mark Whiskey & The Sours

Sept 23 

Main Street Music Fest

Sept 30