Watchhouse made a welcome stop in DC at the 9:30 Club on July 17th, touring for their 6th studio album, a self-titled album via Tiptoe Tiger Music released in 2021.Continue reading “Concert Review: Watchhouse @ 9:30 Club (7/17/22)”
The War on Drugs settled in Baltimore on May 29th over the Memorial Day weekend, and wrapped the captivated crowd in a warm, soothing embrace of music.Continue reading “Concert Review: The War on Drugs @ Pier Six Pavilion (5/29/22)”
Anaïs Mitchell’s show at the 9:30 Club on May 24th was a welcome beacon of hope in the sea of despair surrounding recent events in the U.S.Continue reading “Concert Review: Anaïs Mitchell @ 9:30 Club (5/24/22)”
Michaela Anne returned to DC for the first date on a two week tour, opening for The Milk Carton Kids.Continue reading “Concert Review: Michaela Anne @ Capital Turnaround (4/1/22)”
More excellent virtual live music coming!
Another local band will perform a virtual concert!
Good ideas come in threes.
Singer, songwriter and violinist Amanda Shires comes to Sixth & I Synagogue on February 16th for her Atmosphereless Tour, and by all accounts you should be there!
A new ‘supergroup’ of rich folk and Americana sounds, Bonny Light Horseman, will perform at Songbyrd Music House on February 4th!
Get your Americana fix!
Wolves, fiddles, and wildfires, oh my!
Jade Bird, thank you very much.
Once again, the free Friday Night Concert Series is happening down at Yards Park.
Time for another round of great Americana and country music!
Seeking out uplifting indie pop and Americana music seems like a good decision.
These shows will be hell-on good.
Mandolin Orange returns to the 9:30 Club on February 7th, and if you love folk music, you should definitely be there.
The number of people that expressed their love for Gregory Alan Isakov was astounding, and many didn’t hold back from the public displays of affection.
It’s country music time!