Judas Priest (Photo courtesy Chipster PR)
Judas Priest’s latest studio album, Firepower, landed in the Top 5 of 17 countries (including their highest chart placement ever in the US at #5). The legendary metal band performed at The Anthem last year, and that show was so successful that they have returned to do it again on Sunday, May 12.
The Devil Makes Three (Photo by Jay Westcott)
Bluegrass trio The Devil Makes Three released Chains Are Broken, their sixth studio album, via New West Records last year, and the California band are on tour with a stop at 9:30 Club on Saturday, May 11.
TR/ST (Photo courtesy Ticketfly)
Dark waver TR/ST, aka Robert Alfons, released The Destroyer – Part 1, his third studio album, last month via House Arrest Records, Royal Mountain Records, and Grouch. TR/ST arrives at U Street Music Hall for a memorable night of dark wave on Sunday, May 5.
Imogen Heap (Photo by Jeremy Cowarts)
Imogen Heap released her last full-length record in 2014 and in recent years, she has released several singles. The lack of a new record has not dulled the enthusiasm of her fans however: Imogen quickly sold out a night at the Lincoln Theatre in DC, and added a second night on Saturday, May 4.
Superorganism (Photo by Jordan Hughes)
English indie poppers Superorganism released their self-titled debut album last year via Domino Records. Now, the band tour the United States with a show at 9:30 Club on Tuesday, May 21. You can win tickets to see them with Parklife DC.
Whitesnake (Photo courtesy Freeman Promotions)
The 11th edition of M3 Rock Festival, the internationally renowned ‘80s rock festival, expands to three days this year at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Friday, May 3, to Sunday, May 5, with headliners Kix, Whitesnake, Warrant, Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe, Extreme, and more.
Psycho Killers (Photo courtesy DMK Publicity)
Here’s a picture: You on a warm spring day at an open-air stage, beer in hand, watching three local cover bands covering the Talking Heads, The Police, and Paul Simon. What a great way to spend Saturday evening, right? Head to The Bullpen, conveniently located outside the Navy Yard Metro Station, on May 4 to do just that.