Sunday Music: Drew Adams
join us for a relaxing sunday afternoon.
Acoustic guitarist Drew Adams joins us for a relaxing Sunday afternoon. Join us as we welcome back a BIG favorite artist. Pack a picnic, or pick up something from our Grab-and-Go Food Market to pair with your favorite Big Cork Vineyards wine.
Saturday Music: Ed Barney
the weekend’s here and we’ve got wine and music waiting for you.
It’s Saturday, and time for some wine and great music. Ed Barney blends blues, soul, and classic rock with folk and bluegrass to create a unique sound. Ed interprets songs familiar and not-so-familiar in his own creative style. Sing along to America’s “Ventura Highway,” to Stevie Ray Vaughn’s “Look at Little Sister,” Bob Dylan’s “One More Night” and the Monkees/Neil Diamond’s “I’m a Believer,” (among others!) Pack a picnic or pick up something from our Grab-and-Go-Food Market.
Friday Night Music: The Prophets of the Abstract Truth
jazzy covers, blues and bossa nova fill the air tonight.
Prophets of the Abstract Truth conjure a mystical blend of blues, bossa nova and Latin-tinged modern jazz standards, as well as jazzy covers of the Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers and even the Beatles. Join Carl Disque, Arnie Helmick and Bob Courter as they transport you across musical genres and provide unique interpretations and spirited arrangements from a broad cross-section of the musical spectrum. Food truck this evening is Java Cruiser, serving mouth-watering gourmet grilled cheese. YUM!
Saturday Music: Jazz Connection
Join us for an afternoon of; standard jazz, Latin jazz, and jazz arrangements of popular tunes. The four members of Jazz Connection; Dr. Tim Wolfe – saxophone, Naoto Eguchi – guitar, Robert Cote -bass, and Michael Boyd – drums, are seasoned musicians who have been playing most of their lives in various venues. Pack a picnic or pick up something from our Grab-and-Go Market.
Friday Night Music: Jason Masi
Join us for a BIG Friday night.
Jason Masi is an American/DC based singer-songwriter. He got his start with Richmond, VA based group, Jubeus, opening for acts like Blind Melon, Everclear, and SOJA and releasing two well received albums, “Two Tone Circles” 2004 and “Natural Mood” 2007, respectively. The latter was named as a top DIY (Do-It-Yourself) release by Performing Songwriter Magazine (Issue 107 – January/February 2008).
He stepped out as a solo artist in 2010, trading in the band’s roots-jam driven rock for a more acoustic soul/r&b songwriter approach. He has since released three solo albums, “Balance & Pull”, 2010, “Life Is Wonderful”, 2012 and “Power of a Woman”, 2014. His transition has led him to supporting slots for hit songwriters like Bleu and Darryl Worley, and has kept him busy on the road performing over 250 shows per year. Masi’s freshman solo record was released to noteworthy reviews, as well as significant radio airplay, charting in the top 200 college radio charts and being included on radio host, George Graham’s, Best Albums of the Year list. His follow up solo effort, “Life Is Wonderful”, gained additional support and was licensed for use on a number of TV networks (Discovery, MTV, Oxygen) and placed in online commercials, tutorials, E-books and game apps.
The food truck this evening is Holy Crepes.
Sunday Music: Karen Jonas
Country Perspective’s 2014 (Co) Female Artist of the Year winner Karen Jonas returns to the vineyard. Pack a picnic or pick up something from our Grab-and-Go-Food Market. Come hear this talented singer songwriter from Fredericksburg, Virginia, it’s sure to be a great show and one you won’t want to miss.
Saturday Music: Robert Sykes
join us for an afternoon of jazz.
Robert Sykes has been performing in the Washington area for the past 30 years. With an emphasis on the classic American songbook along with jazz standards the group manages to be accessible while at the same time pushing the boundaries in just the right places. Featured in venues such as Blues Alley, Bohemian Caverns and the Kennedy Center the ensemble never fails to please. In the past few years Robert has performed at events hosted by many Washington notables including Hillary and Bill Clinton, Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Dick Cheney.
Join us for an afternoon of music, award-winning wine and relaxation. Pack a picnic or pick up something from our Grab-and-Go Food Market.
Friday Night Music: Jeff Cosgrove Trio
Let us help you get your weekend started
Growing up in the Washington, D.C. area, Jeff Cosgrove developed a wide range of musical interests that continue to inform his output. He has worked extensively with blues and rock bands and singer-songwriters, citing B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, The Grateful Dead, Wilco, Andrew Bird, Jimi Hendrix, Tom Waits and Phish as pivotal influences. His role models in jazz are Motian, Elvin Jones, Joe Chambers, Ben Riley and Roy Haynes. He’s also been fortunate to study with Andrew Cyrille, Matt Wilson, Joe Hunt (Bill Evans), Tony Martucci (Mose Allison/James Moody) and Mike Shepherd (Maynard Ferguson/U.S. Navy Commodores/Barney Kessel).
The food truck this evening is Box Car Burgers.
Sunday Music: Andrew O’Day
unwind and spend the afternoon with us.
Join us for an afternoon acoustic guitar sounds of Andrew O’Day. This young and talented singer/songwriter is a local favorite in the Northern Virginia area. We’re delighted to welcome him back to Big Cork Vineyards. Pack a picnic or pick up something from our Grab-and-Go Food Market.
Saturday Music: Jon Zorn
join us for music and wine.
Jon Zorn grew up in the beautiful country side of Monkton in Baltimore County, MD. Some of his earliest musical influences consisted of James Taylor, Dave Matthews Band, Jackson Browne, Tracey Chapman, and Van Morrison.
At the age of 12, his Mom gifted him with his first acoustic guitar that inspired him to start a local band with friends. In high school, he joined the jazz band which had significant influence on him as a musician. Throughout college, he played as a solo acoustic act at wineries, bars, and while studying abroad in Australia.
Today Jon appears throughout the region, bringing his own style to each performance.
Friday Night Music: Freddie Long Band
Friday Night Music is Back!
We’re starting the 2018 Friday Night Music Series with a regional favorite, the Freddie Long Band.
Over the past decade Freddie Long has cultivated local musical roots into an act recognized throughout the eastern US and beyond. The singer/songwriter that calls Frederick County, MD home has garnered numerous music awards, opened for many major national acts, had music licensed and aired internationally, and secured corporate promotional partnerships, all in addition to recording three full albums of original material and playing thousands of shows up and down the eastern half of the US.
The food truck this evening is Renzi Pizza.
Sunday Music: Todd Brooks
todd brooks brings a wide range of music styles to the vineyard!
Todd Brooks is a solo guitarist/singer/DJ from Harpers Ferry, WV. He performs a wide variety of covers from Elvis, Michael Jackson, Luke Bryan, Oasis, Eagles, and John Cougar, all the way to Bon Jovi and Shinedown, as well as the many artists in between. With a knack for getting the crowd involved, Todd Brooks makes every show one you’ll want to see again
Inaugural Independence Day Wine Sale
It’s our Inaugural Independence Day Wine Sale. Join us all day for great deals on wine. We’re liberating some of our wine at savings you’ll be declaring the best deal ever. You won’t see a sale like this except once a year.
Fri-Mon. – 2014 Vidal Blanc $10/bottle
Mon ONLY- 2014 Vidal Ice $15/bottle
2014 Viognier $18/bottle
2013 Traminette $8/bottle
***Extra 5% off a full case of every wine listed above, but no other discounts apply***
The Big Field is open to let your inner-child come to life. Pick up a game of Wiffle Ball, kick the soccer ball around, or enjoy a game of Giant Jenga. Pack your picnic or pick up something from our Grab and Go Market.