The Dustbowl Revival (Photo by Talley Media)
The Dustbowl Revival and Hot Club of Cowtown have joined forces for their Across the Great Divide Tour, underway now, where they will perform songs from the first two albums by The Band, as well as some of their own material. The Across the Great Divide Tour lands locally at The Barns at Wolf Trap for a matinee show and for an evening show on Saturday, Feb. 2.
Neko Case (Photo courtesy Anti- Records)
Neko Case released Hell-On, her eighth studio album, last summer to great acclaim, with Paste magazine naming it one of the Top 50 Albums of the Year. Neko’s visiting DC again with two shows, the first of which is sold out. See her at the Lincoln Theatre on Sunday, Jan. 27.
An empty stage, waiting for the band (Photo by Aron)
The Washington Area Music (Wammie) Awards live! Nonprofit The MusicianShip assumed stewardship of the 2019 Wammie Awards and opened nominations to the public through Jan. 31. Submit your nomination for the Wammie Awards.
The Soft Moon (Photo courtesy Ticketfly)
Luis Vasquez, better known as The Soft Moon, has spent the past year ruminating to the music of his latest album, Criminal, released nearly a year ago via Sacred Bones Records. He brings further dark contemplations to the Rock and Roll Hotel on Saturday, Jan. 19.
Japanese Breakfast (Photo by Joyce Jude)
Michelle Zauner, better known as Japanese Breakfast, has been touring constantly since the release of her last album, 2017’s Soft Sounds from Another Planet — and she’s not done yet! Catch Japanese Breakfast at Baltimore Soundstage on Saturday, Jan. 19!
Alejandro Escovedo (left) performs at the Set Theatre, Kilkenny, Ireland, on April 13, 2017. (Photo by Sean Rowe)
Alt-country rock legend Alejandro Escovedo, named Performer of the Decade at the end of the 1990s by roots music bible No Depression, made his second appearance at City Winery DC on Tuesday, sharing a personal tale of perseverance and the search for a better life.
As the federal government shutdown continues, we at Parklife DC have become increasingly outraged by the treatment of federal workers living in our city. So we urge you to donate or volunteer for Jose Andres’ World Central Kitchen to help.