Tea and Honey plays In The Great Room by Gianna Marzilli Ericson at the Baltimore Folk Music Society contra dance, May 29, 2019.

Hannah Jaye and the Hideaways' live performance of the traditional Appalachian folk song Shady Grove at Big Bear Cafe in Washington, DC on April 5, 2019.

Tea and Honey plays Rebecca's tune Honeylocust and Bobby LaRose's tune Out in the Field at a house concert in Maryland, July 13, 2019.

Tea and Honey plays Dancing with the Ground, which Rebecca wrote in honor of and inspired by mentor and friend David Kaynor. The title refers to David's description of trail running. At a house concert in Maryland, July 13, 2019

Tea and Honey plays three jigs: first tune by John Carty, second Colleen Holroyd, third Rebecca Rose Weiss.
Cliffs of Gondal was named after a made-up land from Brontë juvenalia. The third tune was inspired by Rebecca's experience when she drank a little too much iced tea. At a house concert in Maryland, July 13, 2019.

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