Todd Wright returns as the series opener for the Songs, Stories & Gas Money concert series on Saturday night.
[Renss Greene/Loudoun Now]
On Saturday night, the tasting room at The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards will be converted into an intimate listening room where singer/songwriter/producer Todd Wright will share tales about some of his varied musical creations.

It’s the fourth year for the Songs Stories & Gas Money concert series, presented by Don Chapman and Stilson Greene to spotlight some of the area’s best talent in an atmosphere that allows music fans to better know the artists, even ones they’ve seen perform many times on other stages.

Wright again opens the series with a Nov. 10 show from 8 to 10 p.m. Over his 25-year career, Wright has fronted his own pop-rock bands—The Excentrics and Getaway Car—toured with national acts including Pat McGee and Lucy Woodward, and wrote hit songs for national and international recording artists, including Celine Dion. At his Half King studio in Leesburg, Wright works to develop the next generation of musical artists, providing mentorship to upcoming, talented songwriters. This summer, Wright released a new 10-track CD of original recordings.

The series continues through March and will feature performances by Taylor Carson, Tommy Gann and Kim Pittinger, Andrew McKnight, Cal Everett, and Mike Meadows.

Doors open at 7 p.m. for first-come seating. There will be wine and light fare for purchase.

Tickets are available for $15 online or $20 at the door. Series passes are available for $75.

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