Jammin’ Java recently launched its outdoor summer series of concerts, presenting A Song & A Slice: A Socially Distanced Outdoor Concert Series. Each donations-based concerts contributes funds to a cause of the artist’s choice.
The outdoor series continues with DC folk singer Rachel Levitin at Jammin’ Java on Thursday, June 25, in a show benefiting the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Rachel Levitin is a positively charged pop-rocker whose been writing and performing original music for two decades. Originally from Chicago, Rachel moved to DC in 2005. Her music has led her to performance opportunities opening for the likes of Dan Bern, Emerson Hart (of Tonic), the duo of Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band) + Nick Cassarino (The Nth Power), and Irish Rock Band The Coronas. Rachel’s debut EP, Nearly Broken, debuted at No. 1 on Amazon Music’s Adult Contemporary chart in 2015. She is known for her uplifting lyrics and strong, soaring vocals. Her live performances are raw, real, and passionate.
Rachel is a Jammin’ Java/ Union Stage stalwart, and you may know her from her duties hosting a monthly open mic at Union Stage in normal times.
Watch the official music video for “Nearly Broken” by Rachel Levitin on YouTube:
Please join Jammin’ Java for its first outdoor concerts this summer, and help support some great causes! These are suggested donation shows, each benefitting a different cause chosen by the artist. The donations as well as $1 from every beer sold will go to those causes.
This series is here to celebrate the opening of Union Pie at Jammin’ Java, the venue’s newest pizza shop! Enjoy thin-crust pizza, loaded fries, salads, drinks, and cocktails in outdoor seating and limited-capacity indoor seating. Jammin’ Java serves food and drinks through the show.
Please wear a mask at all times to respect the distance to the people around you!
Thursday, June 25
Doors @ 6pm