Members of Field Day (Photo courtesy Earshot Media)
Peter Cortner and Doug Carrion, former members of Dag Nasty, joined forces with Mark Phillips (Down by Law) as Field Day, and the band is making its live debut across the country this summer with new music to follow in 2020. Field Day performs at Black Cat on Friday, July 12, and you can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.
Rob Thomas (Photo by Randall Slavin)
Rob Thomas released Chip Tooth Smile, his fourth studio album, in April through Atlantic Records. The Matchbox Twenty frontman brings his solo show to The Anthem on Friday, July 12!
Nick Murphy (Photo courtesy Downtown Records)
Nick Murphy, formerly known as Chet Faker, released Run Fast Sleep Naked, his sophomore album, via Downtown Records and Future Classic in April. The Aussie singer performs at 9:30 Club on Wednesday, July 10.
Josh Groban (Photo by Brian Bowen Smith)
In April Josh Groban released a CD/DVD package, Josh Groban Bridges Live: Madison Square Garden, via Reprise Records. With the release of the package, Josh began the second leg of his Bridges Tour, and it arrives at Wolf Trap on Sunday, July 7.
Bat Fangs perform at Rock and Roll Hotel on Aug. 26, 2017. (Photo by Paivi Salonen)
No Kings Collective presents The Apple StoryMakers Festival Block Party — it’s a party full full of free musical performances at the Carnegie Library (801 K St NW, DC) on Saturday, June 29, featuring Bat Fangs, Aztec Sun, Back Yard Band, and more!
The Mowgli’s (Photo by Cortney Armitage)
Alternative rockers The Mowgli’s released American Feelings, a four-track EP, via CandyShop Recordings in March. The band performs at Union Stage on Sunday, July 14, and you can win tickets to go with Parklife DC!
Amy Helm (Photo by Jana Leon)
Singer-songwriter Amy Helm, daughter of Levon Helm of The Band, released This Too Shall Light, a new 10-song album, via Yep Roc Records in September. She performs at AMP by Strathmore on Thursday, June 27.