Nora Jane Struthers at The Mansion on O
Mansion on O Street, 2020 O ST, Washington, DC
Susie's Songwriter Series is proud to present Nora Jane Struthers at the magical Mansion on O Street in Washington DC. The Mansion is easily accessible by metro. It is a five minute walk from the Dupont Metro Station. Valet parking can be included at the time you make you reservation.
Nora's latest release "Champion" was listed among the best albums of the year in No Depression Staff Picks, NPR's list of "Most Underheard Albums of The Year" and Rolling Stone’s “12 Great Country, Americana Albums You Probably Didn’t Hear” in 2017.
Nora Jane Struthers at The Mansion on O Street Sunday, September 8, 2019 Doors at 3PM, Show at 4PM Online Reservations Only: www.omuseum.org/events-music
Nora Jane Struthers: www.norajanestruthers.com
“Nora Jane Struthers is guided by fire. Struthers has [come] up with some of the most quietly powerful narratives within the new wave of Americana artists. … The sound of the Party Line has progressed to include propulsive electric guitar and drums, and Struthers’ sweet voice is showing an edge, the better to meet the challenge.” Ann Powers, NPR Music.
“Just as her intensely energetic live performances connect audiences to the intricate tales woven through her lyrics, the ever-widening scope of Nora Jane Struthers’ musicality means that placing a neat, easy label on the genre she best represents is virtually impossible.” Stephen L. Betts, Rolling Stone Country
The Mansion on O:
The Mansion on O Street is an unusual place and one of Washington’s best-kept secrets. It is a non-profit organization and museum, a bed and breakfast, a conference and event venue, and a private club. The Mansion was created more than 30 years ago by H.H. Leonards-Spero as a haven for artists and a place to allow visitors to unwind and be creative. The Victorian-style home resides on a quiet street in the heart of Dupont Circle and is actually five interconnected row houses with more than 100 rooms. The entire property is decorated with donated items and retains many period details from the 19th and 20th centuries. Everything is for sale (except for the guitars that have been signed by famous musicians). The décor is colorful and includes an eclectic collection of antiques and memorabilia. The furnishings change often. Over the years, The Mansion on O has been a haven for heads of state, foreign dignitaries, business leaders, writers, artists, musicians, and scientists.