Fellowcraft, at Union Stage, Washington DC


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Live Video Playlist: of Fellowcraft at Union Stage in Washington DC on 8/30/2019. Video’s may have sound and or focus issue’s do to the nature of the shows.


About Fellowcraft:

Fellowcraft, Performs with a great stage presence and has some great music. I will be looking forward to seeing Fellowcraft again and recommend them to all.

How Fellowcraft Came About:

Jon Ryan think the only thing that drives us in the music scene is passion, our love for performing, and songwriting. The Fellow Craft, being a speculative term for a Stonemason learning their craft, kind of plays into that, I think. We enjoy what we do, and we enjoy doing it with the rest of the scene.

It’s a growing process, and the more we play, the better we get at it. As far as what we sound like, well… We’re in a complicated relationship with our sound, because we don’t want to be boxed in to any one type of music or genre to the detriment of the song. That said, we tend to fall back on indie, blues, and grunge rock genres in the majority of our songs.

We take a lot of care and pride in crafting the message of each song, so we hope people take something away from the lyrics as well as enjoying the music. That’s why we tend to write about poignant issues of our time like gun violence, untimely death, or homelessness while also trying to lift our audiences up with undertones of hope, solidarity, and love.

Fellowcraft’s Progression:

We do our best to stay progressive and relevant by touching on subjects that are personal to us. At any given Fellowcraft show you’re going to hear songs that we hope will lift our community up, encourage personal well being, and inspire our friends and coworkers.

Songs like Hold the Line fit into this vein. We also tend to dive head first into themes that are inspired by pop culture, film, and literature. For example, JR has been influenced heavily by writers like TS Eliot, Dylan Thomas, and Alan Ginsburg. Our first song tomorrow is Proliferation Nation, a song about the endless struggle against gun violence. We might even throw in a Chili Peppers cover, it is my birthday after all.

Fellowcraft also played with Cat Janice and Elizabeth II band this night. Please take the time to visit their pages also.

Fellowcraft Musicians are:

  • Jon Ryan on Vocals and Guitar
  • Pablo Anton on Guitar and Vocals
  • Brandon Williams on Bass and Vocals
  • Zach Marin on Drums

Set List for Fellowcraft, Union Stage Show on 8/30/2019

  • Proliferation Nation
  • Get Up Young Phoenix
  • Glass Houses
  • Glimmer of Faith
  • Hold the Line
  • Last Great Scotsman
  • Stonehearted
  • Diamond Girl
  • Around the World

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About Union Stage Washington DC:

Union Stage (US) is located along the Washington DC waterfront, at 740 Water Street, SW, Washington DC 20024. Union Stage is a new 7500 square foot, 450-capacity music venue and events space set against the backdrop of the Southwest waterfront. World-class sound and lights, three bars, full kitchen, and a welcoming all ages atmosphere, all the time. The menu features, a house salad, jersey style pizza, sorbet and coffee.

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I had the chance to photograph and video a few songs in it’s entirety from the front of the stage and on the stage. For the photos we used Nikon D850 Body, with a Tamron 70-200 F 2.8 and a Tamron 28-75 F2.8, Sigma 120-300 F2.8 and Nikon 200-400 F4. For video’s we used the Nikon D850 with the Nikon 70-200 F2.8 and the Sony HDR TD10, which is a 3d 1080p camcorder, we use it in 2d mode for concerts.

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