The Woodshedders — Levitt AMP Shenandoah Junction


Shenandoah Junction, WV — Levitt AMP Shenandoah Junction is thrilled to present The Woodshedders virtual concert on July 30, 2020. This concert is part of the 2020 Levitt AMP Virtual Music Series co-presented by Levitt AMP communities and the Levitt Foundation.

Levitt AMP Shenandoah Junction joined the Levitt AMP family in 2020. Shenandoah Junction is a small community located in the Shenandoah Valley in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, just 60 miles west of Washington DC and at the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers.

Jefferson County Parks and Recreation operates and hosts The AMP at Sam Michaels Park, a brand new venue opened in 2019 and a dream project for Jefferson County and the State of West Virginia for over 40 years. The 2021 Levitt AMP Shenandoah Junction concert series will be presented at the AMP at Sam Michaels Park. It will be a place to celebrate Arts, Music, and People. For more information, please visit

The Woodshedders are an Indie Roots band boasting four all-original studio albums and performances at hundreds of festivals and shows. The band consists of Dwayne Brooke on guitar and vocals, Fiddlin’ Dave Van Deventer on Fiddle, Jesse Shultazaberger on drums, Jacob Smith on Saxophone and Keys, and Randy Ball on bass. The Woodshedders bring lyricism and musicality to fun, danceable shows that swerve through Honky-Tonk, Gypsy, Appalachian, and Vintage Rock n’ Roll, often in the same song. 
They have shared this unique musical alchemy at venues near and far, including Red Wing Roots Music Festival, Deep Roots Mountain Revival, Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival, Mountain Stage New Song Fest, Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival, PBS Song of the Mountains, The U.S. State Department’s Fourth of July Picnic, Opera House LIVE!, The Hamilton, Confluence Festival, The State Theatre, The Hippodrome, WAMU’s Capital Americana, The Jefferson Theatre, and at their rowdy monthly residency at Hill Country BBQ in D.C. They are the also the host band of Virginia’s celebrated
 Watermelon Park Fest. This virtual concert was recorded live at Chord B. For more information, please visit

We hope you enjoy the show!

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