October 6, 2015


Julie Says No band members

Julie Says No is a 4-piece group of experienced local musicians: (L-R) Nigel Houghton on guitar, Tom Brennan on drums, Julie Fanning on lead vocals, and Tim Knox on bass.

We have been performing in the DC area for years, playing venues such as Farm Brew LIVE, Delirium Cafe, World of Beer, Spanky’s Shenanigans, the Winery at Bull Run, Sinistral Brewing Co., Lost Rhino Brewing Co., and Lion & Bull, to name a few. Each of us brings our own spin to covers of songs by the likes of Susan Tedeschi, Alabama Shakes, Jimi Hendrix, North Mississippi Allstars, CCR and Gary Clark, Jr…among so many others. But we like to bring a bit of a gritty edge to a lot of the tunes we cover.


Some of the tunes on our ever-expanding list:

Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing
Bad Love
Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers
Born Under a Bad Sign
Bright Lights
Can’t You See
Come Together
Dust Bowl
Folsom Prison Blues
Going Down
Gold Dust Woman
Green River
Hey Bartender
Hold On
I Put a Spell on You
I’m Tore Down
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Killing Floor
Little by Little
Love Me Like a Man
Midnight Rider
Midnight Train
Mustang Sally
Play that Funky Music
Pride and Joy
Red House
Roadhouse Blues 
Rocky Mountain Way
Rollin’ and Tumblin’
Shake Your Hips
Shake Your Moneymaker
Some Kind of Wonderful
Stormy Monday
The Sky Is Crying
Too Rolling Stoned
Train Train
Turtle Blues
VooDoo Chile
VooDoo Woman 


Event Information

  • Sat

    One Love: Celebration of Life with the Arts

    4:55 - 5:25 pm

    Manassas Museum lawn
    9101 Prince William Street
    Manassas, VA 20110

    One Love Manassas is a 2-day multi-media art event that is a celebration of life and our diverse artistic community (April 24-25). JSN is excited to have been chosen again as one of the performers for this event—which has a variety of artists and genres of music for you to experience. We are playing a 30-minute set on Saturday afternoon (April 25) on the lawn of the Manassas Museum in historic old town Manassas from 4:44-5:25 pm. Free event! Free parking in the garage across the street from the museum.

    In addition to music the festival will include visual arts, film & photography, performing arts, etc. via workshops, a marketplace and speaker panels.
    FESTIVAL info: