Andrea von Kampen (Photo from FB @avonkampen)
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.
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(Photo from FB @karenjonasmusic)
Songs to get you through the pandemic.
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Caamp on CBS This Morning (Photo from FB @CaampBoys)
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.
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Sweethearts of Americana Tour @ Pearl Street Warehouse on Jan. 23rd. (Photo Credit: Mike Stone)
Good ideas come in threes.
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Amanda Shires (Photo Credit: Elizaveta Porodina)
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!
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Bonny Light Horseman (Photo Credit: Nolan Knight)
A new ‘supergroup’ of rich folk and Americana sounds, Bonny Light Horseman, will perform at Songbyrd Music House on February 4th!
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Itasca aka Kayla Cohen (Photo from FB @Itasca)
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.
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Mandolin Orange (Photo Credit: Kendall Bailey)
Wolves, fiddles, and wildfires, oh my!
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Itasca (Photo from FB @Itasca)
If you haven’t yet been to Rhizome in Takoma, the perfect opportunity has arrived!
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Frank Turner (Photo Credit: Karen Dagg)
Head over to Warner Theatre on Monday, October 14th, and rejoice in the dulcet sounds of folk singer/songwriter Frank Turner.
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Jade Bird (Photo Courtesy of Paradigm Talent Agency)
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Wylder at The Hamilton on July 12, 2019 (Photo from FB @Wyldermusic)
Local indie folk legends don’t like “Free Bird”!
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Artwork of Faye Webster’s Atlanta Millionaires Club (Photo courtesy of Pitch Perfect PR)
Yo-yo tricks, pigeon stories, and folk music, all in one show!
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Faye Webster (Photo courtesy of Pitch Perfect PR)
All Thursdays should hold this much promise for live music.
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Shane Butler and Caity Shaffer of Olden Yolk (Photo from FB @oldenyolk)
“I guess Game of Thrones is a big deal.” – Shane Butler
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At Now album cover art (Photo from FB @annanalick)
It’s 2 AM, now breathe.
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The Wild Reeds (Photo Credit: Pooneh Ghana)
The Wild Reeds gave the ‘craziest city to perform in’ a night of soothing folk harmonies and a spirited show worthy of DC. For an unassuming Tuesday night, this performance now ranks up there among the best concerts thus far in 2019.
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