Folk super-group Bonny Light Horseman dropped by The Howard Theatre to regale DC with an evening of beautiful melodies, a remarkable display of guitar and banjo jams, and of course, the mighty lilt of the harmonica.Continue reading “Concert Review: Bonny Light Horseman @ The Howard Theatre (12/10/22)”
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)”
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Concerts to start 2022. Yes, please.
British singer-songwriter Jade Bird glided into DC on October 16th and gave an enthusiastic crowd at Sixth & I a night full of incredible folk rock.Continue reading “Concert Review: Jade Bird @ Sixth & I Synagogue (10/16/21)”
Come out to DC9 on September 1st to witness Andrea von Kampen, a singer-songwriter from Nebraska, as she performs both folk-laced covers and songs from her new 2021 album, That Spell via Fantasy Records.Continue reading “Concert Pick: Andrea von Kampen @ DC9 (9/1/21)”
Songs to get you through the pandemic.
Another local band will perform a virtual concert!
With a giant domesticated bear logo as the backdrop, soon-to-be folk legends Caamp set about giving the sold out 9:30 Club adventurers a truly pleasing evening of folk offerings.
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!
Itasca is the pseudonym for Kayla Cohen, and along with her band of four, they performed at the intimate Rhizome DC on November 16th, for an early show.
Wolves, fiddles, and wildfires, oh my!
If you haven’t yet been to Rhizome in Takoma, the perfect opportunity has arrived!
Head over to Warner Theatre on Monday, October 14th, and rejoice in the dulcet sounds of folk singer/songwriter Frank Turner.
Local indie folk legends don’t like “Free Bird”!
Love is not gone!
Yo-yo tricks, pigeon stories, and folk music, all in one show!