Their sounds are eclectic, but a trio of local musicians playing at Clarendon’s Iota Club and Cafe (2832 Wilson Blvd) tonight bring with them a loyal following and a certain down-home, accessible charm.
Garland of Hours, led by Arlington-based composer Amy Domingues, will headline the show. The group plays cello-driven folk rock, with influences from dark Appalachian/English ballads.
Singer-songwriters Anna Connolly and Dennis Kane will open the show. Kane — best known as the sound engineer at the Black Cat — is expected to take the stage first, around 8:00 p.m. Connolly will follow with her emotionally-charged, down-tempo compositions.
Tickets are $10 at the door.