Oops! It appears that you have disabled your Javascript. In order for you to see this page as it is meant to appear, we ask that you please re-enable your Javascript!


Award-winning vocalist Josh Groban draws a large, enthusiastic crowd at Wolf Trap in Vienna, VAw

Arriving from a cross-Atlantic flight after performing at the British Summertime Festival, multiplatinum and Grammy nominated vocalist, Josh Groban, made a stop just outside of the Nation’s Capital in Vienna, Va. Continue Reading

Nothing More bring the “Truth Tour” to Silver Spring, MD (with Of Mice & Men, Badflower and Palisades)

Nothing More is a band that puts on a live show like no other. The energetic rock band based out of San Antonio, TX made a stop outside of the nation’s capital in Silver Spring, MD and packed the house with passionate fans who were excited to see the night’s incredible performances. Continue Reading

Behemoth’s “Ecclesia Diabolica America 2018 e.v.” Tour Rocks The Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland

Behemoth’s “Ecclesia Diabolica America 2018 e.v.” tour came to the Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland. The longtime metal band has been bringing audiences their provocative and intense metal for close to 30 years. The night started with a small group of fans arriving early and were treated to a private sound check which has been appearing on the band’s social media. Continue Reading

Garbage sells out the Lincoln Theatre in D.C. as they tour in celebration of the 20th anniversary of “Version 2.0”

The Scottish-American band Garbage has been touring on their 20th anniversary tour for the Grammy nominated album Version 2.0. The band played the first of its two-nights at the historic Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C., to a sold out crowd. Continue Reading

Hop Along and Bat Fangs blend folk and rock at the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C.

The history of the 9:30 Club loomed large in the minds of the members of Hop Along as they thought out loud, “Headlining at this place is one of those dreams that you never think will come true,”. I first saw Hop Along when they opened for Built to Spill a year ago and after that performance I figured it was only a matter of time before they headlined their own tour. Continue Reading

Ghost B.C., fronted by new leader Cardinal Copia, perform for diehard fans at Washington D.C.’s Warner Theatre

Ghost B.C. came to Washington, D.C.’s Warner Theatre on May 20 and performed for a sold out crowd, who were excited to see the band’s new front man Cardinal Copia, performed by Tobias Forge. Continue Reading

Singer-songwriter powerhouse Phoebe Bridgers plays DC’s Rock & Roll Hotel on her first national headlining tour

Singer-songwriter powerhouse Phoebe Bridgers is in the midst of her first national headlining tour, and I had the privilege for the second time in three months and once again the performance didn’t fall short. Even amidst an allergy attack Bridgers’ charm and voice were able to shine through and make for a wonderful night for all at the very intimate Rock and Roll Hotel in DC. Continue Reading

The Barr Brothers charm and enchant Sixth and I Synagogue in D.C. (with Nathan Moore)

The Sixth and I Historic Synagogue might have just been the perfect DC venue for what turned out to be a simplistically beautiful concert. Nathan Moore and the Barr Brothers both heavily folk based groups were able to shine and make a building with high ceilings and greater implications feel intimate and warm. Continue Reading

Cypress Hill’s annual Haunted Hill Tour concludes at the Fillmore Silver Spring, after shows in Brooklyn and Boston

Cypress Hill came to Silver Spring, Maryland’s Fillmore and played their most well-known hits. Cypress Hill, fronted by rappers Sen Dog and B Real, are one of the more influential rap groups in the 90’s. While do not regularly tour, when they do come to town it brings out a wide spectrum of fans – some traveled hours to see the group. Continue Reading

Thomas Wynn & The Believers mix remarkable harmonies and southern rock in D.C.

Southern rock band Thomas Wynn & The Believers made their stop in the nation’s capital at the intimate Gypsy Sally’s on Tuesday to play before their excited fans who have been anxiously waiting for their return. The sibling-fronted band from Orlando, Fla., put on a spectacular show that highlighted the talents and chemistry of the band’s members. Continue Reading

Scroll to top