All posts tagged: live music

Where To…Washington, D.C.

12.22.18 Last stop of the year, Washington D.C., our nation’s capital. Art galleries, museums, theatre…you just have to find what you can do in D.C. Credit source: washington.org ART GALLERIES/MUSEUMS   Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery  8th & F St. NW Washington, DC 20001 Penn Quarter/Chinatown CONTACT (202) 633-8300 / (202) 633-8290 fax WEBSITE   Artechouse  1238 Maryland Ave. SW Washington, DC 20024 Southwest Waterfront CONTACT info@artechouse.com WEBSITE       THEATRE    Ford’s Theatre 511 10th St. NW Washington, DC 20004 Penn Quarter/Chinatown CONTACT (202) 347-4833 / (202) 638-1001 fax or onstage@fords.org WEBSITE   Experience Unlimited 8775 Centre Park Dr. Suite 774 Columbia, MD 21045 DC Metro Area CONTACT (410) 880-6111 or becky@liaisonrecords.com WEBSITE   LIVE MUSIC   9:30 Club   815 V St. NW Washington, DC 20001 U Street CONTACT (202) 265-0930 / (202) 265-1392 fax or human@930.com WEBSITE   Union Stage 740 Water St. SW Washington, DC 20024 Southwest Waterfront CONTACT (703) 224-8039 or events@unionstage.com WEBSITE To learn more go to washington.org. Winter Reads and Best of 2018 will continue next week! Enjoy the rest of your weekend, be blessed.    Featured image source: Washington DC Advertisements

Music: Live Music Venue Events for July in San Diego

6. 18. 18 Hello! Trying to change things a bit, it’s been a while since I posted anything in Music and I want to change that. Comic-Con in San Diego has been on the brain for the past few weeks, so I wanted to see what the city has to offer when bands, big, small, and other events had to offer and here are just a few venues have that you may be interested in going… Credit source: San Diego Reader THE AIR CONDITIONED LOUNGE 4673 30th Street, San Diego, CA 92116 | Directions 619-501-9831 | Website Proper midcentury modern nightclub, complete with dance floor and DJ booth, sunken lounge and VIP room (reservation only), and MOMA-worthy light fixtures. A sense of orange pervades, except perhaps in the blueberry-rich Berryjito. In August 2017, the venue began hosting an on-going series of hip-hop music events called Hip-Hop Wednesday. UPCOMING EVENTS Hip-Hop House Anniversary Celebration Wednesday, July 18, 8:00 p.m. Summer Twins and Twin Ritual Friday, July 27, 8:00 p.m. House Music Fridays Every Friday Juicy Saturdays Every Saturday …

Where To…Nashville, Tennessee

April 20 / 18 Friday, Friday, Friday! We all live for the weekends. No more @ The Event…from this day forth it’s Where To. Different title, but same formula. We go from city to city, country to country to get find great events and things to do. From Texas to Tennessee. Nashville that is. Over the past weekend, I visited the capital of this beautiful state. You can find all kinds of great things to do in Music City! Credit source: Visit Music City What can you do for art, music, and other events in Nashville? Plenty. I wanted to really explore the city a lot more, but I wasn’t able to because we didn’t have more time, but I’ll return again sometime next year. One place that one on my agenda was The Parthenon.   THE PARTHENON Located at Centennial the Parthenon is a full-scale replica of the Parthenon. Here is a small description from their brochure: The city of Nashville first undertook the construction of a full-scale replica of the Parthenon for the 1897 Tennessee Centennial …

Music News…Exitmusic Returns & Sons of An Illustrious Father Live

February 24 / 18 Hey again…been a minute since I’ve dived into the music scene, well not really. One band makes a return from a five-year hiatus, while another band is performing live in NYC and Hollywood.   Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church, the duo that is Exitmusic are back. We haven’t heard from them since their last 2012 album, Passage. Now after a five-year hiatus, the former couple has returned with a new single from their upcoming album, The Recognitions. The album is a reflection of their once fairy-tale relationship. Here is a snippet from the website Bandcamp: While many couples can trace the real time rise and fall of their relationship back to social media feeds and harried phone calls, Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church have channeled the highs and lows of their storybook courtship into something else entirely: the explosive, discomforting confessionals of Exitmusic. The mercurial project started the year they got married (2004) and all-but-imploded during their recent divorce, but not before the duo wrapped its most fully realized collection of …