Plenty of shows to consider, no foolin'...
Saturday April 2nd is a busy night. Why not get Naked and Famous at the Rock'n'Roll Hotel, or circle over to Andy Clockwise at the Black Cat (where I will be) or maybe even catch Rufus du Sol at the U Street Music Hall. There is no wrong choice.
Eskimeaux sleds on into the DC9 on Sunday, April 3rd.
The High Highs head to the Black Cat on Thursday April 7th or watch Broadcast (opening for Mavis Staples) at the Hamilton that same evening.
Phil Cook has front burners blazing at the Rock'n'Roll Hotel on Friday, April 8th.
Martin Barre and his band put on their brilliant fiery show at Ram's Head in Annapolis on Monday, April 11th. And check back here on Friday, when I post my interview with the great Martin Barre.
Algiers plays live with a screening of Burn2Shine 6 featuring the really excellent Atlanta musical scene. This is all at the Black Cat on Tuesday the 12th.
BTS 6 TRAILER 4 from christoph green on Vimeo.
What to do on Wednesday the 13th... Get Bleached at the DC9? Find out how repetitive Everything Everything is at the 9:30 Club? Or look for the Looking at the Tree House Lounge. Hmmm...
Jessica Fichot graces the stage at the Tree House Lounge on Friday, April 15th. There are lots of choices on Friday night, be she's worth going out of your way for.