Musicians try melodies on M Street

Photo by The Georgetown Dish
Jeremy Bass on mandolin and David Giusti on fiddle try out their tunes on M Street
Jeremy Bass on mandolin and David Giusti on fiddle try out their tunes on M Street

Musicians David Giusti on the fiddle and Jeremy Bass on the mandolin tried out new acoustic sounds near Dean & Deluca during the recent (sigh!) spring weather. Turns out, Giusti is also known as the "Tomato Man at the Del Ray Farmer’s Market."

An Alexandria native, Oberlin College graduate and now, farmer, David has earned a reputation for growing “crop varieties [that] are selected for flavor and farmed with sustainable, responsible practices only," including heirloom tomatoes, according to enthusiastic blogs.

Bass has performed with Classical Revolution DC.

"This is our first time in Georgetown," said Bass. Encore, encore!

 

Jeremy Bass plays the mandolin (Photo by: The Georgetown Dish) Jeremy Bass plays the mandolin

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Dave Roffman

This is great! There should be street musicians at every corner of M and Wisconsin. It would be a great addition and a drawing card. Personally I would like to see this guy sitting in the entranceway of PNC Bank of Friday and Saturday evenings:

http://makemoneypanhandling.blogspot.com/2011/01/homeless-mustard-sings-...

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