Singer-songwriter Cal Everett returns to the Barns of Hamilton Station stage Saturday night for an intimate celebration of pop music.

After breaking into the charts as the front man for the DC band 4 Out of 5 Doctors in the 1980s, the Sterling resident more recently has focused on performing solo shows and has become a regular in the Bandhouse Gigs tribute shows at the Strathmore Music Hall and the Barns at Wolftrap. He also has toured nationally with the Beach Boys tribute band, Still Surfin’. Locally, he is well known for his contributions as part of the Jingle Jam Band Christmas concerts and his popular Beatle tributes during the Acoustic on the Green series.

It is the fourth performance in this year’s Songs, Stories and Gas Money songwriters’ series, which is organized by Stilson Greene and Don Chapman. Each performance has been a sell-out. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. For more information, go to

Pop—With Heart—From Cal Everett