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Post-punk pioneer Bob Mould's just released album is sure to be a joy for die-hard fans. It's the fastest, loudest and perhaps the most consistent album the D.C. musician has produced in years.
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Gary Jacob isn't shy about declaring that The Beatles single handedly changed pop music as we know it.
Songwriter Massama Dogo and his band Elikeh are celebrating the release of their new album with a performance at the Black Cat nightclub Friday.
D.C. music fans are buzzing about Shark Week, and it has nothing to do with TV.
This Friday at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, the local band Sligo Creek Stompers will perform songs from America's rich history of traditional folk, bluegrass, Irish folk, and gypsy jazz.
Girls are learning to play instruments and write songs in just five days at a camp organized by the nonprofit Girls Rock! DC.
First-time music festivals often receive low marks on things such as stage layout, food services, and staff shortages, but festival-goers responded positively to the Firefly Music Festival in Dover.
Songwriter Derek Evry put together an eclectic CD compilation featuring 20 D.C. area bands. Sixteen of them will perform this Sunday to celebrate the CD's release.
Out of the many music venues in the District, there are a few hidden gems that offer consistently good events, along with a unique atmosphere.
In 1969, a little festival called Woodstock changed the way we think of outdoor concerts. Forty three years later, music festivals continue to draw thousands of attendees.