Dinner and a Show in Bethesda

There was a time when jazz ruled the music circuit in America. Every night was all about finding a local joint with local tunes to get out and dance to or to simply accompany a meal. Well we’re here to tell you, that’s still the case in Bethesda, Maryland! That’s right, no matter the day of the week you can get out and enjoy live jazz and blues at the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club! Here are three upcoming shows you can’t miss:

Sunday, October 18 @ 8 PM
Born in the mid ‘70s in Lexington, Kentucky Donnie was raised in Atlanta, Georgia and is known for his smooth style as a modern-day soul singer. His sound is comparable to D’Angelo, Jill Scott and Maxwell and was inspired at a young age by soul/R n’ B masters Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Aretha Franklin. If soulful music is what you’re looking for, and even if it’s not, Donnie will leave you wanting more with his ambitious sounds. Tickets start at $30.

Art Sherrod Jr.
Thursday, October 22 @ 8 PM
Art’s roots take him back to Palestine, Texas, where he found his passion for saxophone in high school as an All-Region, All-Area, and All-State Alto, Tenor and Baritone Saxophonist. Art relocated to D.C. to continue to develop his dream of living as an artist, sharing his passion for music. Art’s performances are unlike any other as he often interacts with the audience as much as possible. His resume is quite impressive, as he was one of only five Americans to perform in the Brazilian-American Jazz Festival in Rio de Janeiro. You won’t want to miss him.  Tickets start at $30.

Maria Muldaur – Way Past Midnight
Sunday, October 25 @ 7:30
Grammy nominated Artist Maria Muldaur has been in the music business for over 40 years and burst onto the scene with her 1974 mega-hit “Midnight at the Oasis.” Maria has toured the world and has recorded 40 solo albums during her illustrious career. After much pop success, Maria has settled in to her favorite idiom, the Blues. To no surprise, Maria has experienced much success on the Blues circuit, with her 2011 release Steady Love reaching #1 on the Living Blues Chart.

D.C. has a rich jazz and blues scene, and nowhere is that more apparent than at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club!

There’s no shortage of things to see and do near our Bethesda, Maryland hotel and in America’s capital city. From shopping and dining to sightseeing and tours, Washington D.C. is a world-class city that is home to some of the world’s greatest attractions, many of them free. The American Inn is the perfect place to experience the very best Washington D.C. attractions, within 5 miles of the White House, the National Portrait Gallery, the SPY Museum, Arlington National Cemetery, the Lincoln Memorial and so much more!