Yes Darling – Tickets – Gypsy Sally’s – Washington, DC – April 5th, 2018

Yes Darling

Gypsy Sally's Presents

Yes Darling

Dan Lipton Trio

Thu, April 5, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Advance $12/ Day of Show $15 + Fees

This event is 21 and over

Yes Darling: Hayley Jane & Ryan Montbleau, A lovable duo with one really great singer

All online sales stop at 5PM. Tickets are available at the door at 7PM unless the event is listed as sold out.

Yes Darling
Yes Darling
Hayley sings. Ryan plays guitar and sings. Which means Ryan does more.

Yeah, but Hayley puts way more time and effort into looking and sounding good on stage and is obviously the face of the project.

Led by the legendary Ryan Montbleau and commanded by the illustrious Hayley Jane, there is rarely a disagreement or power struggle within the project. The two get along like peas and carrots. Except for when they don’t. But they do. Yeah, sometimes. Hayley, you’re ruining this bio right now. Well Ryan, I told you to just let me do it! That never ends well. And you’re supposed to leave two spaces after the end of a sentence, I’ve had to go back and fix all of yours. What? I have never heard of that in my entire life! Don’t fix that one. Ugh, fine. Let’s get back to writing about how great we are.

Ryan Montbleau has been an acclaimed singer, songwriter, and bandleader for more than a decade. Through relentless touring (both on his own and with The Ryan Montbleau Band) and recording seven studio albums, Ryan’s earned a reputation for his gift for melody and a remarkably open armed approach to songwriting.

Hayley Jane is a singer, songwriter and dancer. She commands the stage with style, grace and a dynamic force that brings joy and inspiration to her devoted fanbase. Hayley Jane records and tours as a solo artist and with her national touring act, Hayley Jane and The Primates.
Dan Lipton Trio
Dan Lipton Trio
Dan Lipton has followed his muse across the Eastern Seaboard, soaking in a pastiche of musical juice from the various territories he has visited. Each song on his newest album, Breathing In, is tied to a concrete location, capturing the spirit of American nomadic folk poetry in a modern frame.

Lipton looks back on his travels fondly but sums up his musical journey succinctly, saying “I caught my stride in Atlanta, lost it in Brooklyn while recalibrating my songwriting to fit a less country-oriented audience, and then found my style again in DC.” Lipton began self-recording Breathing In along the way, with the bulk of the material tracked out in rented cabins from Maine to Virginia. This process came about based on cost and convenience but most of all because Dan was looking to reflect certain specific moods and experiences in his delivery.

In the wake of its release this past February, Breathing In was covered by Huffington Post, hailed as “beautifully powerful” by Groundsounds and called a “sun-dappled, grass between the toes, slice of comfort” by Bearded Magazine. Many outlets also took note of Dan’s journeyman approach to his songwriting and he was lauded as “A master in his own field” by Famous Last Words. More than anything, the album seemed to provide a healing balm for those experiencing the transitory nature of modern living.
Venue Information:
Gypsy Sally's
3401 K Street NW
Washington, DC, 20007
http://www.gypsysallys.com/