Preview: One Way Out @ Jammin’ Java, 9/4/20

One Way Out
One Way Out (Photo courtesy the band)

Young DC rockers One Way Out released a new single earlier this year, and the gents promise more music to come!

Meanwhile, frontman Josh Gaba and his bandmates perform at Jammin’ Java on Friday, Sept. 4, for a socially distant, outdoor show.

One Way Out has received four finalist nominations at the Wammies (Washington Area Music Awards) for Best Rock Album, Best Hard Rock Album, Best Hard Rock Artist, and Best Hard Rock Song. On January 5th, 2018, One Way Out released their first EP, “Black & White”. They returned to the studio in November-December 2018 to record their first full length album. Their lead single “Who Are You” was released on Feb. 8, 2018, and a second single, “Coming Back” was released on Feb. 22.

One Way Out’s debut album “Cosmic Beat” was released March 8, 2019 to a full house at Rock & Roll Hotel. After nearly a year, they released “Black Walls” on Feb. 28, 2020, which featured The Stooges 1970 cult classic “Down on the Street” on the B-Side, showing that they are not just a group of pretty faces with their newest and heaviest single.

Watch the official music video for “Black Walls” by One Way Out on YouTube:

“A Song & A Slice: A Socially Distanced Outdoor Concert Series,” the title for the Jammin’ Java Summerfest performances, celebrates the opening of Union Pie (Jammin’ Java’s new pizza shop) but also benefits a different cause chosen by the artist with a dollar from each beer sold also going to those causes. One Way Out performs to benefit NAACP LDF.

RSVP online now!

One Way Out
Jammin’ Java
Friday, Sept. 4
Doors @ 6pm
Donations welcome
All ages

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