Next month, DCMD returns to the Smithsonian American Art Museum to co-present another awesome Luce Unplugged show!
After D.C. group The Silver Liners disbanded, frontman Jay Nemeyer took the remaining demos he had in mind for the band’s next album to form rising electronic rock project Color Palette. Since releasing their first single, “Seventeen,” Color Palette has become an emerging force within the city’s music scene, and we’re stoked to see them perform at the museum on Thursday, March 3.
As always, this show is FREE and all-ages. There’ll be a cash bar onsite and some beautiful works of art to explore while you’re there. Plus, get there early at 5:30 p.m. for the art talk, which will center on a piece of art chosen by Color Palette. Hope to see you then! You can RSVP to the show here.