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Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival returns for its seventh year this Saturday. It’s a day-long event featuring music from over two dozen folk and bluegrass acts from D.C. and beyond, all in support of non-profit Living Classrooms,...

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The rain and cold weather didn’t stop thousands of people from heading out to Kingman Island Festival on Saturday. Each stage had a packed audience taking in the sights and sounds of the festival, and...

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Photo by Matthew Brazier Are you headed to this year’s Kingman Island Festival? Excited about checking out the five different stages of awesome local music?  We are too – and even better, we’ve broken out some of our...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

April 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Monday, April 20-Monophonics, People’s Blues of Richmond, Congo Sanchez, Time Is Fire, Litz, Ayes Cold, Dubpixel @ Howard Theatre. Show 4:20pm/Tickets $15 advance or $18 DOS Looking for a good show to hit up on 4/20?...

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Pictured Above: Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival 2014. Photo by Matthew Brazier. Who says you have to travel outside the D.C. area to experience a good music festival? Here are six great events happening this spring in your own...

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Tomás Pagán Motta first caught our attention with his band The Petticoat Tearoom a few years ago, and now the D.C. singer-songwriter is back with a beautiful neo-folk solo album. The eight-song record further spotlights Motta’s fervent...

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The Sea Life at one of D.C.'s top DIY venues, Babe City. Photo Credit: Sam Segal

The DC Music Bucket List

February 25, 2015 | 2 Comments

Pictured above: DC rock band The Sea Life performs as one of DC’s rising DIY venues, Babe City. Photo Credit: Sam Segal. Recently Condé Nast Traveler listed DC as one of the best city’s in America for music...

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Kingman Island Festival-one of the best local music events in D.C.- will return for its 5th installment on Saturday, April 26. A ton of D.C. alt-country bands will perform across two stages over the course...

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