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Monday, June 25, 2018

Botticelli in the Fire Is a 15th Century Extravaganza

As the house lights dim, and a typical recording begins, reminding the audience to turn off their cellphone, a man walks to the stage...

Chuck Hawthorne Shows His American Roots

What if the soul of Townes Van Zandt found expression in the songwriting genius of Guy Clark? What if that expression was delivered, replete...

Suuns Sharpen Their Sound

An audience of faithful followers waited patiently for art house rockers Suuns (pronounced “Soons”) to take the stage on May 24th.  The Montreal quartet’s...

There is Only Joan

At the end of her trial, there is only Joan. The house lights, unlike during most of the show, are down, and a spotlight gently...

Jonathan Bardzik is Still Here!

If you haven’t seen cookbook author/chef/storyteller Jonathan Bardzik cooking at Eastern Market recently, don’t worry. The personable Jonathan has been busy. He’s been promoting...

Gaslight Anthem Satisfies Fans’ Great Expectations

“Ain’t supposed to die on a Saturday night! Ain’t supposed to die on a Saturday!” bellowed the large men to my right and left....

A NUEX Homecoming

You can come home again……as proven by DC natives and fan favorite, NUEX. This talented duo keeps the party rolling this Memorial Day with...

The ’59 Sound Returns to DC

Sitting behind the piano at stage-front of the 9:30 Club, Brian Fallon teases the crowd with a few strains of “The ‘59 Sound,” The...

See Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons Live at the Hill Center

All ages are welcomed to join Seattle songsters Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons for an interactive evening of American roots music at Hill Center...

POW! WOW! DC Does Art on a Large Scale

Warm weather is finally upon us, and the District is blooming in more ways than one. Yes, there are flowers, but also breath-taking art...