Kendall Street Company

Creating music seems innate for Kendall Street Company, a burgeoning jam-alt act composed of five immensely creative artists. Be it a collective commitment to improvement, an inescapable penchant for humor, or a flair for the dramatic, forthcoming studio EP Untitled California Project encapsulates the ineffable charm exuded by the hard-touring musicians.

The grind never stops for Kendall Street Company. Since March 11th, this squad has been driving up and down the east coast on the first leg of their Spring 2022 tour, with stops in Washington DC, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and North Carolina. Throughout the entire month of February, the band had their “Kendall Street is For Lovers” tour where they had a weekly residency at five different bars, five days of the week, and in five different cities, all within their home state of Virginia.

Virginia rock band Kendall Street Company announce the release of a cover of The Beatles’ 1968 tune “Rocky Raccoon.” The new single is a modern take on a classic, and the band’s first ever release of a cover song. A longtime live staple in KSC’s catalog, the reimagined take features subtle lyric changes and revamped instrumentation including a raucous saxophone solo.

All Good Presents is thrilled to announce the third edition of the 4848 Festival, happening July 7 – 9, 2022.  With both festival stages standing tall atop Snowshoe Mountain Resort in Snowshoe, WV, the event lineup features Greensky Bluegrass (two nights), Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, The Wood Brothers, Leftover Salmon and over a dozen more.

Today, emergent Charlottesville rock act Kendall Street Company announced plans for a February residency in its home state, Virginia. Starting on February 1st, the band will play a series of weekly shows at the following venues: The Milk Bar (Blacksburg), The Golden Pony (Harrisonburg), Martin’s Downtown (Roanoke), Rapture (Charlottesville), The Camel (Richmond).

"The Dirty Street Grass Company" tour, consisting of Kendall Street Company and The Dirty Street Grass Players is about to come to a close this weekend - on Sunday Dec 12th (at Stella Blues in New Haven). For the seven date mini co-headlining tour, the two bands have each performed individual sets, and then come together for a superjam collaboration set at the end of each show.

On a slow morning in the early days of quarantine in summer 2020, I received a text from a friend with a link to a performance of “Laura, I’m Sorry About the Cobbler,” by Kendall Street Company. My interest was piqued by the warm energy and the goofy nature of the band I was watching. I loved everything about their performance. It was funky and jazzy and folksy all at the same time! I was hooked and couldn’t wait to hear all the new music they were producing.

Virginia’s jam and alt-rock outfit Kendall Street Company have teamed up with toe-tappin’ bluegrass quartet The Dirty Grass Players to announce a slew of co-headlining winter tour dates this December. The two bands will each perform a set of original songs before collaborating under the name “The Dirty Street Grass Company” for a super jam at the end of each show.

After the performances from supporting acts Vintage Pistol and DeeOhGee, Kendall Street Company took the stage at the Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, NY just after 10:15pm on a cool night.

Virginia’s breakout garage-rock improvisers Kendall Street Company return today with a new song and visualizer, “Say Hey!” ahead of their September 24 album release, Inertia from the double LP The Year the Earth Stood Still. A single-cut of the album track, “Say Hey!” speaks to the stagnant nature of life under lockdown and the psychological effects of social isolation.

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