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For Washingtonians who didn't leave town for Thanksgiving, live music could be the perfect way to make the most of the long holiday weekend.
Husky, an Australian folk pop quartet, has a knack for crafting memorable songs. The band performs at D.C.'s Red Palace Friday night.
On Sunday, Garland of Hours will bring their experimental cello-driven folk rock to a performance at Comet Ping Pong in D.C. on Connecticut Avenue.
Looking to blow off some Sandy-induced steam? There are plenty of notable music events to help you unwind over the weekend. This weekend's top music picks include folk, funk, a dance party and metal.
Soul singer Bettye LaVette is celebrating her 50th year in the music business and will perform Saturday night at the Howard Theatre.
Peter Gabriel is celebrating the 25th anniversary of "So" with a re-release of the album, and the "Back to Front" concert tour. The entirety of "So" is performed at each concert, along with other hits from Gabriel's catalog.
Over the past 12 years, the Sonic Circuits Festival has shown that experimental music is alive and well in the D.C. area.
Drop Electric draws influence from electronica and modern rock, but also incorporates a love of movies into its music.
Gary Jacob isn't shy about declaring that The Beatles single handedly changed pop music as we know it.
D.C. music fans are buzzing about Shark Week, and it has nothing to do with TV.