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Washington DC

Shakey Graves brings thumping kick drums and passionate vocals to D.C.’s 9:30 Club

Shakey Graves has come a long way from a one-man band with a suitcase kick drum and a guitar on the railroad revival tour with the likes of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Mumford and Sons. Continue Reading

Gary Clark Jr. and My Morning Jacket join forces to celebrate Merriweather Post Pavilion’s 50th anniversary

In another impressive show for Merriweather Post Pavilion’s 50th anniversary, My Morning Jacket with special guest Gary Clark Jr., came to play for the dedicated fans that were ready to kick off the weekend despite the hot temperatures. Friday was a hazy summer day at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD but that didn’t stop the fans from piling in early so they didn’t miss the epic performance by Gary Clark Jr. Continue Reading

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Capital City Jazz Fest kicks off it’s 25th year with shows from Charlie Wilson and Faith Evans

The Capital City Jazz Fest is a highly anticipated show every year in Columbia, MD. This year it celebrated it’s 25th anniversary while the venue celebrates it’s 50th. Continue Reading

1 year ago

Aaron Lewis, formerly of Staind, showcases his solo country tunes at West Virginia performance

A short drive from the nation’s capital, Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races in West Virginia has been presenting some of the most prominent acts in music for the past three years. While most will know Aaron Lewis from the rock band Staind, he has a new catalog of music that brings country back to its roots. Continue Reading

1 year ago

The DC101 Kerfuffle brings Weezer, Jimmy Eat World, Kings of Leon and 20,000 fans together

The Washington D.C. area alternative radio station DC101 had its annual summer festival Kerfuffle in Columbia, MD and hosted some of today’s popular acts. The lucky break in weather made for a perfect day of great music on Mother’s Day.

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You Won’t brings revolutionary instruments to Washington DC

The only thing that could have made the You Won’t show on Wednesday night at the Black Cat in DC better was if they came onstage wearing the Revolutionary War era garb from their album cover. On tour for Revolutionaries, the band brought a lively, entertaining and sonically refreshing performance to the Backstage room on 14th Street. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Stevie Nicks brings Fleetwood Mac classics and solo material to Washington DC

Fleetwood Mac’s famed singer/songwriter Stevie Nicks came to D.C.’s Verizon Center on her solo tour supported by The Pretenders on November 14th. The arena was filled with excitement as Stevie played a mix of Fleetwood Mac classics and solo material. Continue Reading

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