The Weekend in Music

Miss Tess Transforms Pearl Street into a Honky Tonk

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Photo: Gabrielle Savoy

Looking for some interesting music leading up to Christmas day? Check out American multi-instrumentalist Owen Ross at Comet Ping Pong on Dec. 22.

Berlin-based Ross plays and writes in many styles of music blending soul and experimental electronic music creating a multilayered sound. Ross has recently released his debut EP Florescent I. Ross will be supported by DC locals Teething Veils. $12 – Doors at 10PM.

The next day, Dec. 23, Miss Tess and The Talkbacks take the stage at Pearl Street Warehouse. A local from Maryland, Expect Tess transform the club into a honky-tonk. Her Nashville groove will have the audience up out of their seats.

Need an escape from the loved ones after being home all day opening gifts and celebrating Christmas cheer?

Join the 19th annual All-Star Christmas Day Jazz Jam, at The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage on Dec. 25 with host/vibraphonist Chuck Redd, drummer Lenny Robinson, trumpeters Robert Redd and Tom Williams, bassist James King, and vocalist Delores King Williams. Free admission at 6 p.m.