Critically acclaimed Southern rock band the Dixie Dregs will perform at the Lincoln Theatre in DC on Wednesday, March 7, in a stop on their Dawn of the Dregs Tour. The national headlining tour marks the first time in 40 years the original band performs together on one stage.
DC synthpop trio Loi Loi will open Jenny and the Mexicats at DC9 on Wednesday, Feb. 28. Make sure to catch this terrific line-up for a night of great pop music with songs in English and Spanish!
Minneapolis-based dreampoppers Now, Now opened X Ambassadors at 9:30 Club on Monday, and Paivi got some pix of the band in action.
Legendary metal guitarist Michael Schenker got his start in the Scorpions in 1971. He left them to perform lead guitar for UFO in the 1970s. And then he formed Michael Schenker Group, which underwent various incarnations through the 2000s.
Now, Michael Schenker is back with Michael Schenker Fest, a group releasing its first studio album, titled Resurrection, on March 2 via Nuclear Blast! To celebrate, Michael launches a North American Tour at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Tuesday, March 6.
Umphrey’s McGee arrived at The Anthem recently on the heels of their latest album, It’s Not Us, published on Jan. 12 via Nothing Too Fancy Music. Paivi was there to photograph the show!
Three members of Starcrawler began rocking out to “Castaway” to open their show at DC9 on Saturday.
Moments later, frontwoman Arrow de Wilde, disheveled and wild-eyed, bound to the stage and immediately appeared to go through some sort of painful withdrawal. She contorted her face, and she scratched all over her body.
She honestly rather seemed to be in a great deal of distress, too distracted by the grip of invisible demons to perform properly, much less stand.